, attached to 2022-05-28

Review by thewekk

thewekk Night 2 at the Wharf was hot right out of the gate. I was excited for Sigma Oasis, which blossomed out into an adventurous jam. As I recall it, the Reba was on point. I felt that there was a part of Golden Age that dragged a little bit, repeated a melodic theme more than I thought was needed to get it established, but I'll have to give that a listen again later. And anyway, the rest of Golden Age was a peppy romp. Both the Friday and Saturday show openers have been real gems.

Also, not show-specific, but I'm finding that the venue provides highly distinctive sound from the pit to the very top row of the bleachers. And Trey's tone is just indescribably rich. I mean, we all know, but I still want to say it out loud. The lower-on-the-neck chords that Trey plays during Roggae, for instance--jeez, I could listen even to those all night.


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