, attached to 2019-06-21

Review by LizardwithaZ

LizardwithaZ Have Mercy was a nice way to ease us in.
Gotta Jiboo was absolutely on fire. Really great version.
Free was its usual self, and Ginseng Sullivan is a delight.
That brings us to the first big shocker, a Tweezer early in the first set. I’ll have to listen back, but I thought this version did some really good things in a short time.
Then -> Passing Through. This was an incredibly slick segue and I didn’t realize it had even happened until the vocals started on passing through. Really fun song, and I like it more than I realized.
Ya Mar was fantastic, and placed perfectly, followed by another shocker with a first set Mercury. I was really pumped to get this, and it did not disappoint. Awesome work by Trey on this. And the. Suddenly, Tweezer was back! But just for a moment before SANTOS comes in, and this is a song that is one hell of a set closer.
Set 2 started off with Jim, and I think we all knew it wasn’t going to be a normal Jim. This version gets weird, and at nearly 20 minutes covers a lot of ground, and still returns to finish the song. I’m going to be giving this a lot of listens. A good Scents, with a brief foray back into Tweezer before going into a rocking Sand. This combo destroyed! Lifeboy provides the cool down, and is such a nice song, and ASIHTOS cued things back up. Great jamming continues here, before moving into a solid Taste, followed by twenty Years Later. Of course, I knew there had to be something else to end the set, and sure enough, Possum appeared. And this is a version that gets out there. There is some dissonant weirdness, and there is also a section where Have Mercy comes back. In the moment, I thought it would have been Possum->Have Mercy->Possum.
Encore had me worried for a moment, as I was at Night 1 of Alpharetta 2018 when we got More without a Tweeprise, but they delivered the goods here with a solid Tweeprise to send us home.


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