, attached to 2009-11-22

Review by phanoftheband

phanoftheband This was a hometown show for my brother and sister in-law. It is always nice to walk around a city prior to and after a show. Beats being in a parking lot in a swamp or something like that. It was a real good show. Somewhat unique in my mind. No long drawn out jams all night. Just a bunch of real super hard core rocking moments. Highlights for me included; Bowie opener!!!, Big Black Furry Creatures was unreal (this song should be part of the everyday rotation), this version was the best Boggie I ever heard the bass was so freaking thick, First Tube was real nice, rare mid set Character 0 (I was hoping the set was not over at this point and it wasn't), Theme from the Bottom which is traditionally one of my favorites, Lawn Boy was cool. The venue was very small at 6800 people. The temperature in the place must have been 85 degrees at times. The sound was awesome, deafening at times. Trey made a nice tribute to Fishman saying that he saw his first (5) concerts at this venue. There was a house lighting malfunction for like 5 minutes at the end of Drowned and during the beginning of Twist. They could not shut them off but when they did the crowd cheered. I liked walking through and under the bleachers to get my to my seats, it was confusing but fun.


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