, attached to 2022-09-01

Review by spreaditround

spreaditround SET 1:

Sand: Really like the crunchy effects put in play at around 10 minutes. Outside of that, this is standard yet solid Sand and a great way to open the 4 day run. Nice tone setter. ->

Down with Disease: Love the placement. Means business. Not opening a second set! Solid version. Quite an abrupt and rough segue into ->

Scent of a Mule: Sloppy. If you are going to bust out a tune, practice it?

Ocelot: Standard

Heavy Things: Standard

Axilla (Part II): 6th time played this year. Back in the rotation. >

Back on the Train: Smoked big time, nicely done! >

Theme From the Bottom: Standard. Well played.

Blaze One: Standard, short. A bit shreddy.

SET 2: Possum: Standard, good choice to open the second set. >

Twist: Not much here unfortunately >

Ruby Waves: Fantastic jam though I felt like going back into the chorus was unnecessary & felt strange >

Don't Doubt Me: Has some jam length to it – but for me – a song such as this deserves a dark, minor chord jam and not something as upbeat as this. >

A Wave of Hope: Very high energy but was hoping for something epic that would cap the second set>

The Howling: I am sure it would have been fun in person? ->

Piper: One dimensional, straight ahead rager.

ENCORE: Harry Hood: Standard

Summary: Show really doesn’t do much for me and would rate it 3.5 of 5 and in the bottom third of summer tour. Started strong with two big guns. Mule was a bust out but sloppy. BOTT was a standout out but that’s all she wrote as far as the first set is concerned. Second set? Ruby Waves was really good and Piper raged many a face I am sure. But in terms of anything I would go back to and seek out for a re-listen? Only Ruby Waves.


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