, attached to 2015-07-28

Review by paulq

paulq This show was basically two sets of awesomeness sandwiched between mediocre jams. I'll explain.

Set one started out really well (from "Party Time" through to "Lawn Boy"). High energy from the crowd and very good performances. It also ended very well with "Run Like an Antelope." Although I was very pleased to hear "Dirt" (one of my favorite tunes), everything kind of fizzled in the middle. The ending of "Bouncing Around the Room" was hard to take. Very messy. "Devotion to a Dream" and "Sugar Shack" were not loved by the crowd. Some bopping heads but not much.

Set two was a step up for sure. Again, sandwiched with killer jams ("46 Days" through to "Ghost" and then "David Bowie" to "Loving Cup"). "Shade" and "Gotta Jibboo" were the weakest section of the set. "Waiting All Night" got a great applause! That ending! In all seriousness... THE BEST "SUZY GREENBERG" EVER! Page was on FIRE! "Tweezer Reprise" and "Loving Cup" blew peoples' heads off!


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