, attached to 2023-04-17

Review by DesertDirt

DesertDirt I sat in the taper section, and none of those lunatics seemed too bothered by any perceived sound anomalies to start. May have been more prevalent with at-home listening, as we all seemed content to be gathering our footing as the band did the same. Good thing we did before the Carini set off a headbanger ball that everyone was eager to do their part in. Rock and roll, indeed.

Rest of set 1 had some very solid moments and was a lot of fun. Page was very strong and Mike delivered on Mull. No complaints from me about Undermind doing its thing, and Bottom was full.

Being a few short miles off of SF Bay in the hills with the mist and at times COLD and wind was a distinct element of the experience that cannot be overstated. A very neat environment happens at the Greek.

Listening to set 2 after the show proved that not only does my buddy still know how to make a phine recording of a concert, but, yeah, set 2 was all that one needs. Four songs of sublime balance, no filler, no messing around. Miss You was so grounded, and Sand was perfect.

I intend on spending a lot of time with those final six songs.



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