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Review by thelot
Set one is well played with a handful of nice transitions. The most notable comes during McGrupp>Who Do? We Do!>Bowie. Bowie starts up right before the “David Bowie” chorus kicks in. Very cool! Another nice version of Bowie here, even though it’s not as experimental as a few recent versions played. MSO seemed to be played a bit slower than the debut version in Bennington.
Set 2 continues with more tasty fluffanutter transitions. I wish we had the entire set to review because the first half is awesome! This one is definitely worth a spin. There’s a bunch of uncirculated shows that preceded this one. I’m curious when they started incorporating these Fluff Travel transitions into their sets. It’s possible this is the first show of the tour where they start doing this.