, attached to 2010-08-18

Review by jezmond

jezmond Did not attend, but had a listen to the recordings, and I have to say that this show was tight, and the guys were disciplined in keeping their musical composure. It was like listening to an improvisation of a studio album. There was a lot of thought put into each note, and I really appreciate that about this show. The intro into Guelah was very interesting, and new, and Trey sounded like he just wanted to play with it a bit, but not go overboard with it. Same goes for Tube, and the earlier stuff in the 1st set. Destiny Unbound was hands down the favorite of the set.

Light through YEM: all I have to say is very well done! I enjoyed the mellowed Tweezer, and YEM just rocked it, sounding just like pre-1997 type of a jam, with the nice harmonic part as well. Great tour ender!


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