, attached to 2006-07-14

Review by harroldHOOD

harroldHOOD G.R.A.B. was the big headliner and they did not disappoint. They opened with a 26+ minute "Who Are You?" which still remains one of the craziest glow-stick wars I've ever seen. The type II jam in the middle is a great example of the type of industrial-funk-rock jamming G.R.A.B. was best at. The exploration doesn't even end there, "Mud City", "Mr. Completely" and "Goodbye Head" all get the treatment. Aside from their super-jam set at Bonnaroo, this might have been the best G.R.A.B. show ever.

I also saw Trey sitting in during Les Claypool's day set - it was real quick and a pretty disjointed solo from Trey but with Les' style it fit right in. The "sit-in" was no more than a minute. Still, cool to see Trey playing with Les even if it was brief.


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