, attached to 2014-07-11

Review by chuckg

chuckg My two cents: I thought last night was a great show through and through, at least as good as 7/4 - Gin and Disease obviously being the highlights. I didn't hear in the second set quite the same "killing field of ripcords" that @solargarlic78 did. To be sure, after Disease, the jams were shorter and more restrained - and I would have loved a more stretched-out Bowie - but I thought that the flow was great and (though this is somewhat impressionistic) that the band played from beginning to end with an intensity that never faltered, as it sometimes does these days. And it's simply hard to complain about any show with two legitimately *big* jams.


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