, attached to 2015-07-25

Review by BrandoMcfluffsocks

BrandoMcfluffsocks Another killer show in a row, this tour is getting better and better at every stop. I don't want to type because my wrist hurting, so I am going to talk more about the whole show and not go song by song.

This show is similar to both nights and bend, in that there was not many big jams, but a lot more quality small ones. The only difference is, these jams are more polished. The first set features a 12 minute DwD and and a CRAZY funky Martian Monster. Waiting All Night was a good one, but the highlight of the set for me was Walls of the Cave. Trey absolutely nails this solo, which is an absolute balls to the wall shred fest. I didn;t listen to first 2 songs of the second set, so I can't say much about them. Although this setlist flows very well I think the highlight was every from Roggae on. Trey just rips on every one of these solo's, these are all just really moving solo's.

Encore: YEM can never go wrong. This is a polished version with an impressive and funky jam segment as well as an inspired vocal jam. I will note that the crowd absolutely EXPLODED and made much of the jam extremely muddy sounding even on the SBD version. It's still listenable, just a little irritating.

The past two shows I've noticed that Trey has really stepped up his game with Type 1 solo's. Trey's solo's on songs like Slave, Maze and Reba have been MUCH better. I think that Trey is staring to lean on these as apposed to longer jams, and I really like it. Even listening back to the 7/13/14 Slave, trey doesn't have nearly as much confidence as he did on this one.


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