, attached to 2004-08-10

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw Bag opens and gets down to business fast, with a nice cohesive groove. It picks up steam as Trey noodles around, it doesn't really go anywhere. An above average Heavy Things. PYITE sounds very off. Some nice jungle funk in Wolfman, with a strong ending. Theme is very rough. BOAF goes into a very mellow jam, it kind of meanders a little as Trey noodles around. He then finds a riff to stick with and it comes to a quick end.

Mikes starts S2 with a standard version, as is Hydrogen. Weekapaug is fire as usual, and has a cool little vocal/guitar section. A decent quick Piper jam. A fantastic segue into Makisupa. And another very short Hood, but the strongest of this year so far.

Possum is pretty sloppy.

This show is very off. The jams don't really go anywhere and there is a lot of flubbery. However Wolfman, Weekapaug, and Heavy Things offer some notable versions.


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