, attached to 2013-10-20

Review by Phunky_Mango

Phunky_Mango One of the best shows of Fall 2013, if not the best. Off the bat fun, rocking first set an excellent version of BOTT. Roses is always treated with delight and I swear they were going to give this song a ride. Divided Sky was an absolute gem. During the pause, the Mothership lite up with lighters and felt like the place was going to take off. Beautiful moment.

The second set is where the fun happened. A quick and bouncy Paul and Silas led into a dark and powerful Tweezer. Everyone knew there was no stopping this train. The next stop was Golden Age that had a funky-jazz Pink Floyd type of a jam that ended with the opening notes of Piper. Piper quickly got going into a fun, dancing jam and once Page started banging on the grand piano, the whole band jumped on for Takin Care of Business. Absolute mayhem in the Mothership. I truly thought Tweezer was going to lead into 2001, but was thrilled when they finally dropped it. This is a very fun 2001. Lets keep the funk going with Sand! Great jam on Sand which lead into a very appropriate Slave to end the set. A Day in the Life was perfect to end the evening, but Tweeprise sent the phans out of the Coliseum with all smiles and knowing that this show would start a great Fall 2013 run.


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