, attached to 2015-07-22

Review by Feetoid

Feetoid 4 Noteworthy jams and this show still sits at 3.9? Probably has something to do with the fact that only 8,000 people were there (some heavy shut out/ couch tour votes) the limited CK5 factor, all the debuts or only one prior show of tour to compare it to.

Either way I think this show is underrated. Everything is beautifully played, including the debut's, and how cool it is that they snuck them in every other song. Stash was very good for this era and Scabbard was a standout to me on the re listen so I hope they opt for it in the future instead of some other overplayed tunes. Glad my first Winterqueen came in Bend with snow capped Mt Bachelor in the distance and what a great Maze we got!

I'll take Wingsuit over Joy or The Line any day and this was the best live version I've heard. It's a fitting pick for a town thats an outdoor sports mecca. In fact, tubers and my homies and I alike (drinking beer by the river nonetheless) were treated to a great soundcheck jam earlier in the day! The incredible ASIHTOS>Waves 2nd set kickoff got me dancing my ass off early, so the slow song "meat" didn't bother me as it was great bathroom/beer intermission music prior to that nasty Simple I rave battle danced with some cute chick to (you could hear everything perfectly from the beer gardens/port o potties as it was such a small venue). First Tube closer, Bathtub Gin encore? I'll take it. I think I even got some nice ass slaps in during Gin, GIN SLAPPERS! It's also so nice to get close when you want to as this venue was entirely general admission. Great show!


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