It's Ice contained Call to the Post teases from Page. Chalk Dust Torture Reprise was teased prior to Tweezer. YEM included a tease of Follow the Yellow Brick Road and several For the Love of Money teases from Mike. The YEM vocal jam was briefly based on a "white boys attack" theme. Setting Sail subsequently arose from the vocal jam.
Solid It's Ice and a solid Split Open. Everything else was right around average in the first set. Second set on the other hand was very goofy especially Trey. Lots quirky shouting through most songs which was kind of annoying. The Chalkdust Reprise tease before Tweezer was sweet. Tweezer was probably the best thing in set 2. The vocal jam was a hot mess. Average Horn through Chalkdust. Cracklin was goofy. I guess it's always goofy. Just more goofy than average. Trey seemed very excited in this Golgi and it was slightly different than most Golgi's. Encore was pretty standard.
Overall: it was a solid set 1 and a decent set 2. Not really a show I would listen to again.
Pretty good show, the new material still needs work. Mound and Horn were a little shakey. ATR was not murdered, check out the Trey explanation. YEM vocal jam is great as usual in this time period. Rocking back end again with My Sweet One, Chalkdust, Rosi, Golgi and Tweeprise.
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