, attached to 2017-07-29

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads I'm glad to hear Llama back to "fast" mode (though I appreciate the Raleigh Llama, too.) Wilson got a little bit of a jam, and I read that it's the longest version of 3.0. I really like the segment to end the first set: Water in the Sky, Vultures, Train Song > Horn, I Am the Walrus. That's just what I call good song selection. Perhaps I could've preferred a big jam to knock 'em down, but if it has to be "songy," that's one good way to do it, in my opinion. Blaze On to open the second set is one of the top-tier jams of 2017, I think. In part, it takes the bliss-jam template, and executes it in a way that provides some freshness to that type of jam. Alumni Blues > Letter to Jimmy Page > Alumni Blues is always good to hear, and Meatstick is phun. Harry Hood gets pretty dark pretty quick, and the show closes with Cinnamon Girl (with Layla teases at the end, to my ears.) I'll definitely reach for this Blaze On again.
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