, attached to 2016-07-02

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads This is an average-great show to my ears. The next night would feature deeper jamming, in an unexpected place. But first! BOTT features some Sleeping Monkey teasing, which is very phun. Divided Sky, there's one point towards the end of the jam that Fishman does this intriguing little figure (wish I could timestamp it) that makes this version stand out upon a close listen. This Rift is a little bit laid-back, I might say, but nonetheless very enjoyable. Perhaps not coincidence that it leads into the slow-country version of Water in the Sky? 46 Days certainly has a little "extra mustard," especially judging by the audience response. WOTC closer standard. Light has a great jam, and it's pretty long, since the Light composition is pretty short. The segue into Golden Age is a bit clunky in my opinion. That's about it for jamming in this show, though, although a Bouncing, Antelope encore is always appreciated.


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