, attached to 2011-06-10

Review by forbin1

forbin1 this was my last show of the summer and I felt it had that good old school style feel...Also, this was the show that didn't seem to end...I mean that in a good way of course...I've been fortunate to see them in Camden a few times and everytime they never dissapoint...this show would be no different..

First set was really solid I thought..Once Mike's was played I said to my brother in law @whatsupguyute "It's gonna be a good show"...Mikes's Groove was nothing out of the ordinary...but always a pleasure to hear at a show...Stash got a little dark at times..but a good version none the less...SOAM was a real treat...Curtain with was the highlight of the first set, if not the whole show...played tightly and beautifully...my first curtain...couldn't have been happier..especially when Trey started playing the notes to the "With" part...great set closer...

Set II...as mentioned above was the set that just didn't seem to end...everytime a song was played that you thought was going to end the set..another song would come along...DWD..standard opener and worked nicely into Free..Possum...pretty standard for this tour..but I'll never hate on a possum...BBFCFM was played with Gordo sitting down and Trey reaching up for his mic...Swept Away>Steep was a surprising selection...David Bowie we thought was going to close..then came Julius...which we really thought was going to close..Then Fluffhead...ok this has to be the last song...nope...Joy...overall second set was very enjoyable and I thought worked really well with the first set...old school style...Bold as Love...thank you Page...
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