|2010-10-26||Llama||Manchester, NH||4:34||Solid Set I version of "Llama" with some great Page and an unusual refrain between Page's and Trey's sections.|
|2010-10-26||Curtain With||Manchester, NH||14:00||The Curtain bristles with crisp energy and is tightly rendered, with Mike and Fish seeming to propel the opening section. The animated jam in With also seems to bound along at a slighly quicker clip than the usual, more languid pace. Again, Fish and Mike drive the tempo, while Trey offers inspired and rapid-fire melodies. A high octane version.|
|2010-10-26||ASIHTOS||Manchester, NH||6:57||Straightforward version that features some nice whole tone scale use by Trey (the "off key" sounding scale).|
|2010-10-26||Makisupa||Manchester, NH||1:49||To commemorate the passing of reggae artist Gregory Isaacs the night before, the band play "Night Nurse" as a sandwich in the middle of this "Makisupa." -> to "Night Nurse."|
|2010-10-26||Night Nurse||Manchester, NH||3:55||-> in from "Makisupa." To honor reggae star Gregory Isaac's recent passing, the band plays his song "Night Nurse" in the middle of "Makisupa." -> to "Makisupa."|
|2010-10-26||Makisupa||Manchester, NH||1:29||-> in from "Night Nurse" to wrap up a double reggae themed tribute.|
|2010-10-26||Mango||Manchester, NH||8:02||-> in from "Ghost." Straightforward but intensely played version that transitions neatly to "Weekapaug."|
|2010-10-26||Weekapaug||Manchester, NH||8:47||Wrapping up a standout set, "Weekapaug" contains "CYHMK" teases and jamming, "Ghost" and "Night Nurse" vocal quotes, and -> to a reprise of "Llama" to finish this show with a serious exclamation point.|
|2010-10-26||Llama||Manchester, NH||1:20||Ending Set II, a -> to "Llama Reprise" following "Weekapaug" to close one HOT show.|
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