, attached to 2013-10-20

Review by Jevers

Jevers What makes the second set so special is that they maximized every song. They explored the space, I mean really explored the space. They never settled after the explosion of energy initiated by Tweezer. Took Golden Age to new heights. Piper jam transformed in to a classic tune no one expected. Just as everyone was starting to realize what song they have been teasing they bust into Taking Care of Business and the Mothership explodes. The raging energy from Takin Care of Business was seamlessly transitioned into a funky fest 2001>Sand. And Slave was beautiful to end a truly amazing set. Knowing a Tweezprise was coming, the way A Day In a Life builds was perfect to lead up to the earth shaking finale.



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