, attached to 2004-04-17

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw A decent show, something that would for sure fit in the average category. But it still has stuff to offer.

Soul Shakedown and Halleys are pretty straight forward. Tweezer kicks off and gets funky pretty quick and drifts off into a peaky jam. Piper goes type 2 very fast and into familiar but fun territory. The segue into Frankenstein is pretty awesome. Bowie is fairly average with some good peaks, but has an unfortunately sloppy ending.

Pebbles and Marbles is in slot 2 for the second set and really kicks things off with an intense jam with some great Trey Shreddery, it slows down and then enters Caspian. The segue is great into Simple. Friday kind of kills the vibe as many would find out in the coming shows. Ghost has a little stretch to it, but it's a pretty stereotypical jam. YEM is straightforward but has some fun audience interaction with the meatstick chorus chant. Which is pretty cool as it does not have a vocal jam. And goes into a tweeprise with some fun lyric changes.

Wolfman and Coil are a cool encore and Wolfman has a cool little funk jam in its center.


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