The second set starts out with a solid Mike's Groove...hey, this Cactus guy can play some bass, can't he? The Foam is slow and starts out kind of labored, but they make something of it. There's a standard rendition of Donna Lee, but then, we get treats. The Tweezer is an impressive and interesting version. Then, following MSO, a young Reba makes an appearance. Despite a rough composed section, Trey just mesmerizes in this jam, playing with dreamy effects and jazzy licks and coming to a wonderful, swirling conclusion! Reba grade: C+/B- marked down from B- for the composed slop for those who are interested, and I must say the Reba was a pleasant surprise! From there we get a BIG time Bitch, a breather for Sweet Adeline, and a good, strong Possum closer with lots of Norwegian Wood teases. For the cherry on top, that old Dave "The Truth" Grippo classic, La Grange. This is definitely an enjoyable show that I would place in the 3 3/4 stars range, so I'm going to go ahead and say 4 Stars and let others level it out.
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