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Review by jsauce

jsauce This show sold out in a heartbeat and I'd long ago given up hope of finding a ticket when, a few days before the show, a friend called and offered me a pair.
I'm so glad he did. What a wonderful night of music. The songs were divided into I'd say three categories:
1. Straight-ahead readings of familiar songs (Mexican cousin, buffalo bill, etc)
2. Songs that required almost wholesale reworking to fit the solo acoustic format (lifeboy, limb by limb)
3. Songs that incorporated layers of repeated riffs and other effects (twist, stealing time).
I really enjoyed the improv and wished maybe there was a little bit more of that. The crowd was respectfully quiet and Trey went out of his way to never really out the music in full throttle.
Find this show if for no other reason than to listen to Trey's story about cincy 2003. It confirms what we all suspected (i.e. That they were doing tons of blow and keeping bad hours.)
Very lucky to have attended. All anyone could talk about after was how great it was.
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