, attached to 2019-12-07

Review by art_vandelay

art_vandelay It was definitely a fun show to be at, and on paper it's an eye-opener. While overall it's an enjoyable re-listen, there are a few bum moments that even the staunchest phan might not be able to ignore...the biggest whiff is the 4:26 mark of "Guyute", where Trey and Fish fall out of sync, and the two of them stumble for nearly 15 full seconds. Ouch.

That aside, I appreciated the chances taken in the 2nd set, and the lengthy Drummer Boy tease gave my daughter a big smile. That alone gave me my money's worth, and sometimes maybe the young 'uns know best after all, lol...

Out of the two Charleston shows I attended (had to skip night 3), IMO the first night has better replay value from start to finish...however, I've heard others say the opposite, so I guess it won't hurt you to check 'em both out!


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