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Review by spreaditround
Night Moves Jam > Night moves for chess move chat, great band!
Stash: Solid yet unspectacular.
Acoustic Army, The Fog That Surrounds, Theme From the Bottom: Standard.
Tela: Beautiful version. Page changes a lyric. >
David Bowie: Nice loops in the intro. Standard.
First set summary: That is a forgettable set, nothing I would ever revisit unfortunately.
SET 2: Wilson > Cars Trucks Buses, Bathtub Gin, Llama: Standard as they come.
Simple: I like the spacey ending >
Keyboard Army: Played in 4 of 5 shows on tour so far.
Slave to the Traffic Light: Fishman on Electrolux in the early stage of the jam.
Hello My Baby: Standard
The Lizards: Interesting placement. Leading up to the Whoa whoa whoa vocals Trey and Page keep playing for a few more beats, it’s strange, it seems to be a screw up, it’s in the 7:20’s.
Run Like an Antelope: Elongated quiet part before they launch into the noisy jam. Jam rages pretty well. Then some interesting stuff and effects leading up to the Rye, Rye, Rocco. Unique.
ENCORE: A Day in the Life
Second set summary: Simple and Antelope have replay value, I enjoyed both a good bit. Outside of that, nothing to see here; please disperse. Another tepid show as the tour is now five shows deep.