, attached to 2013-07-07

Review by Fluffs_pharms

Fluffs_pharms Night three of SPAC... started off with a bang, of thunder, lightening and pouring down rain. Great, I thought, they're gonna throw down. A predictable and average AC/DC Bag went into what turned out to be a pretty nice long jammin back on the train. After that, the rain was really coming down and on came Divided Sky. Divided Sky was great and the weather gave great effects. Free was fairly average and then during Ice they started falling apart. Mound is always fun and so is Maze, even though they didn't do anything special. Limb By Limb was real funky and then Walls of the cave, bathroom break. Set 2 DWD had great potential, but our boys just couldnt seem to agree on where to take it. Ghost started getting pretty dirty then they went into Piper... once again lackluster. Wading was a slow down song then a strange choice to go into Antelope. Weird placement and "Run like a meatstick"? Come on Trey! Way to cheese it up for the webcast! Meatstick was the same as always then a pretty good YEM came on with a great vocal jam at the end. By now it was back to raining so I figure they have to come out and make up for it with a good encore, nope, wrong again... Loving Cup encore. Predictable and Trey didn't even shred on that like he usually does. I was rather disappointed with sunday night, especially compared with Friday and Saturday. Seems like they aren't sure where to go during the jams and they are disconnected. I know they'll get it back together, just disappointing to stand in the rain and see the whole band show up except Trey. Must not have had his coffee... just seemed like he was just going through the motions and didn't play like we all know he can.


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