, attached to 2018-08-04

Review by GAphishin

GAphishin Absolute gift of an evening!

First set was wonderful and the Lengthwise was a long time coming for me. A cool breeze blew out the heat and rain through Wolfman's jam was grand. From there it was a full on take off.

The great thing about Southeastern summer shows is the sun sets earlier and Kuroda is able to show his craft. His new rig is phenomenal! Such flexibility and capability. By second set Crosseyed on through Slave I found a new dimension of light. 3 dimensions - cones, collapsed upon each other, stage turned to castle and massive Mike bombs and Trey's peaks brought on the walls of light our way...btw - I was relatively clear minded.

By Slave's intro, I was mesmerized by our experience. Truly a set to have been grateful to be present for.

I am in the school of thought that quality of interaction between the guys supercedes the quantity or length of a jam. But these past two nights the men have provided both. Such synergy. Such good music.

A must listen!


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