, attached to 2010-08-17

Review by ajcmixer

ajcmixer So much of this show wasn't exactly my kind of cup of tea but the brilliance of this show just cannot be denied. Best version of Rock and Roll I've ever easily witnessed in my short touring lifetime (14 months) and the best I've ever heard. I'm guessing since it's a NY-themed song that they were pumped to do it here. Heck, there was nothing wrong with the execution of the show itself, especially the second set. Every song was a virtual highlight. Some of the jams are just unreal (pick just about any song in the 2nd set and would be all good...), they've got the uncanny ability to take it up and then take it up just when you think they taken it up as much as they can. What I'm personally lacking is the or an emotional attachment most of the material. Regardless, this band is playing at such an elevated level that it's been a privilege to witness it and I can't wait for the ending night of this kick-ass summer '10 tour...


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