, attached to 2019-02-22

Review by JezmundTheFamilyBeserker96

JezmundTheFamilyBeserker96 Set 1 Highlights: You Enjoy Myself, No Men in No Man's Land, Tube (Standout Version)

Set 2 Highlights: Set Your Soul Free* > Mercury* > Slave to the Traffic Light > Possum (Standout Segment, * Standout Jam)

Last night's Dinner and a Movie started out with YEM, the first YEM opener of 3.0. Aside from a few hiccups in the song portion, this version is pretty strong by 3.0 standards and features a solid Trey solo. Turtle in the Clouds and 46 Days follow before giving rise to No Men in No Man's Land. This version has a nice in the box jam before returning to the chorus. Following the "ending" of the song, Mike and Trey lead the band into a dark effects heavy space before hilariously transitioning into Emotional Rescue. The Tube that follows is a very strong rendition and is must hear material, another strong example of Tube's renaissance. Shade and Saw It Again close out the first set *shrugs*. Now this second set...this second set is the absolute balls. Listen to all of it, then listen to it again, and just to be safe, listen to it one more time. The first 50 (!!!) minutes of the set are divided across what I consider to be the two canonical versions of Set Your Soul Free and Mercury. My words won't do these jams justice so I'll just leave it at, please, do yourself a favor and check them out. A mid-set Slave drops next, my favorite spot for the song, and is a pretty, sparkling version that ultimately drops into Possum. The set finishes out in perfect fashion with Sanity, complete with Trey hilariously looking to Page for guidance on how to play it following him calling the song and realizing he doesn't know it, and Walk Away. After all of that preceding insanity, More is a nice way to send everyone home.


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