Fish on fretless guitar.
 Carl Gerhard on trumpet.
Possum included a Rhapsody in Blue tease from Trey. Before YEM, Trey announced that the second set would feature a special guest on guitar who has influenced Trey for years. The “special guest” turned out to be Fish, who added some atrocious fretless guitar stylings to Bike. Cavern, Magilla and Brother featured Carl Gerhard on trumpet, who teased the Flintstones theme during Magilla.
Just kind of a meh show for the most part. Buried Alive > Possum kind of starts the set out decently, but from there it's just kind of an average show, until the end. I thought the YEM was particularly meh. Most of the songs are played pretty well, but some of them aren't very tight (Coil, Golgi), though there is a pretty good Antelope. The end of the show carries the highlights, with Gears joining for Cavern, Magilla and Brother. A good end, but definitely not enough to push the show into 4 star territory, IMHO, so 3 stars from me.
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