Soundcheck: Corona, Bye Bye Foot, My Soul
SET 1: Fluffhead -> NICU -> Bye Bye Foot, Tube > Slave to the Traffic Light > Llama > Rise/Come Together
SET 2: No Men In No Man's Land > Free > Joy > Sand -> Piper > Scents and Subtle Sounds
ENCORE: Lonely Trip, First Tube
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Review by CreatureoftheNight
This show was already special before we walked in the door. The first return to San Diego in 6 years, the NICU printed on the ticket, and for me, the return to the venue where I met my wife and Trey walked off the stage with my one year NA recovery key tag in 2016.
The band didn’t disappoint, playing the greatest number of type II jams since Magnaball?!? The continual NICU quotes were amazingly nimble and inventive, while tube and piper went DEEEP!! Just glancing at the set list, there’s really only one song that might be swapped to make this a perfect show on paper.
When I go to shows, this is the kind of night I go for. Fun, unique, exploratory, creative and invigorating. After 200+ shows, this is without question a 5 star show. If you were there, you know. If you weren’t, give it a spin asap.
Thank you to the band, crew and entire phamily. Let’s do it again tonight!