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Review by spreaditround
David Bowie: Very cool placement! Is it just me or is Fishman doing something atypical during the David Bowie, David Bowie, David Bowie intro lyrics? 9-minute Bowie, gotcha. Trey rushes for the climax.
Wolfman's Brother: Very solid and enjoyable jam.
Tube: Good lil’ jam. >
Prince Caspian: Standard.
Mull: What’s with Mike’s vocals for the first few lines? Sounds like he is singing out of a closet or far away from the mic. They should take this song for a real ride sometime; this was a good lil’ jam. >
Ghost: Cool placement! Excellent jam, no wasted space whatsoever. Good stuff.
The Squirming Coil: What in the hell is with the beginning here? Just reworked to emphasize the beach part? Very strange and cool, I guess? Then Broadway Trey’d. Ugh.
SET 2: Possum: Standard. >
Julius: May be the worst example of Broadway Trey yet. Extremely cringe. Other than that, this is a cookie cutter Julius.
You Enjoy Myself: Cool placement! Creepy nirvana section. Trey rips the solo hard. Good stuff, would recommend.
Everything's Right: Lots of it is fairly mellow but the complete body of work makes up a good jam, would recommend.>
Simple: Great jam, like Ghost – there is no wasted space. Just lot’s of rocking out and I love that they actually ended this one. >
Backwards Down the Number Line: Trey blisters this one. >
Suzy Greenberg: Standard.
ENCORE: McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters: Cool placement! Only three times has this been played in the encore slot: McGrupp in the encore slot: 7/11/1988, 6/16/2009, 2/26/2023.
Waste: Broadway Trey’d to the max.
Slave to the Traffic Light: Very strong version, Trey gives it a proper ripping, would recommend!
Replay Value/Summary: Wolfman’s, YEM, Everything’s Right, Simple, Backwards Down the Number Line, Slave to the Traffic Light. This is a nice comeback show after a below average show played the night before. Nice flow, one big jam that was good, and many, fiery, focused jams. Would have been pleased to attend this one for sure.
Score: 3.9 out of 5.