, attached to 2015-07-21

Review by raidcehlalred

raidcehlalred Going Ghost>Birds (even if the latter was an audible), knowing you want to have an experimental Mike's, is a curious decision and seems to have handcuffed some of the earlier playing. A No Man's opener would have been raucous and lent itself better to the flow -

Last year The Wedge was fantastic in this spot.... once. It's a cool enough tune; be nice to see it relegated back to first set status.

Fuego is what it is.

Shade here sort of reminds me of Architect at Spac a couple years back; Trey is playing to to bust it out (better here, after a completed Fuego, then out of a really cool Carini).

None of this is to deride. A lot, as usual, to admire.


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