, attached to 2021-09-01

Review by CarrotEyes

CarrotEyes After saying in my comment on the previous night's Soul Planet that some of the more recent performances of Tweezer might not have been on the same level, here we have an altogether fantastic Tweezer. Some channel surfing follows Uncle Ebenezer’s appearance, including a brief American Woman tease, but the band locks on a groove around 11:45 that gets the party going in earnest. From there it’s smooth sailing to the start-stop jam around 18:00, out of which develops a spacey section that dances around Fire on the Mountain for a few minutes, building up to a nice peak in the process. Next comes a good six minutes of classic BBJ-style Tweezer madness which hints at SOAM before dissolving. For a moment, then, it sounds like Taste might be on deck, but the moment passes, and Miss You emerges instead. Overall, a superior effort, creating some great energy that carries over to a fierce Piper and the rest of Set II after.


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