, attached to 2013-11-02

Review by CentralScrutinizer

CentralScrutinizer Best show of fall tour. A little thin in the end with #Line and Julius and a little slow to get going in the beginning of the first set. But the Theme was as good as anything played in any first set this tour and the DWD piper Roggae waves tweezer is the best hour of music they played all year. The tweezer was perfect. Absolutely album worthy. Tight as can be and loose as a funk dance party. Better than all the 20+ minute tweezers of this tour. The Waves was equally perfect. Way better than the Worcester waves. If aliens came down from space and I had to play them one version of waves to show them what it was it would be this version. If you listen close enough you can hear the ocean on Fishmans cymbals and hear the waves crashing to the shore with te whole bands perfectly synced music that breathed and flowed like only something nature could provide so perfectly. Fishman was really really on this show. Wonderful improvising from Jon all show. I rate this show a 96/100
On a side note a fight broke out during # line when these two skinny drunk teen age space poachers tried to use their size 0 bodies to weasel their way in front floor with all of us who had been waiting all day for that spot, and this coke head tried to get them to leave by pushing them away in parts of their body they probably didn't want touches so she poured a beer on his head so he responded by firmly shoving one I them in the shoulder. The girls freaks and started throwing punches and the band was getting distracted before a wily tour vet made them leave. But there's no way the band wasn't distracted by them during # line as punches were being thrown four rows from the stage. Fortunately they made. Full recovery of concentration in time r that wonderful character zero. I got down hard! And side side note it was nice to meet Amanda from Philly wherever you are.


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