, attached to 2011-06-12

Review by pmc2kd

pmc2kd Closing out my run of shows until Watkins Glenn, MPP2 represented my final stop.

Set I opened with Buried Alive - super opener.

Lonesome Cowboy Bill was a great bustout. Love me some Loaded.

Ha Ha Ha was similarly awesome and is pretty rare.

Sample was sample.

D-Sky was well played and was pretty nice.

Wolfman's -> Boogie On featured some funktastic playing and a great segue. Boy was that fun!

Gumbo is a great tune.

Halley's is similar a great tune.

Bathtub Gin gave us a bit of jamming. Nothing insane, but Trey peaked these 3.0 Gins pretty hard pretty consistently.

JLC was great to catch. Love it.

Zero closed us out with some rock and roll.

Overall Set I: This was a fun set. Like the night before it had good song selection and some nice jamming in Wolfmans->Boogie and Gin. I was happy with it.

Set II opened with Party Time? Bit of an odd one, but I was fine with it as a table-setter.

Xeyed is always raging, this one raged adequately, but it's not a top version.

Steam was awesome and this is a fine version indeed. Good solo and good outro jam. Grab this if you like the tune.

Light was underwhelming actually. It had a jam, but just wasn't so interesting.

Wedge>Alaska>Halfway to the Moon was ok. Nothing more (although I love the Wedge).

Hood was kind of short with an average jam, but it's always good to hear.

Number Line>Loving Cup closed it out. Some good guitar work, but pretty standard.

Encore was amazing with Sanity>Makisupa>First Tube - that was a ton of fun!

Overall set II: Good not great. Fun, but nothing magical. Encore was worthwhile for sure though!

2/5 A little below par for both nights I think.


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