, attached to 2013-07-10

Review by dpwilljr

dpwilljr This was my first outdoor show since Hollywood Bowl. I was really looking forward to a summer outdoor show and was pleased overall.
Seeing Julius and Ya Mar, Crosseyed and Cavern reminded of my first show (11/2/96).
I loved the first set and had a great time. I felt every song was well-played.
The second set was phenomenal with good flow up until the Light interruption.
I couldn't understand what Trey was thinking to abruptly bring such a great Sand jam (and overall set flow) to it's knees by punching it in the gut with the opening chords of Light absent of any discernible transition segment.
I quickly recovered and got into a good groove after that momentary jolt.
I don't think this Slave is as bad as some are stating.
Rocky Top>Cavern was a great way to end the set. Really good versions.
I know they're playing Possum frequently, but this version is worth a listen with some good picking by Trey.


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