, attached to 2011-08-15

Review by Jephwa14

Jephwa14 Incredible opening night for the 3 day run in Chicago. Back, Rift, Papyrus, Mule, Jesus were a really good starting course to the best Wolfman's in a while. It flat slayed.

They brought it back down for Anything But and Babylon before erupting into a really tight Reba and a frantic Alumni Blues. Those of us sitting together got the feeling the 2nd set was going to be very tripped out. It was.

I'll let those of you with a bit more technical chops explain the nuances of the Sand>Light>Dirt, Waves>Undermind. It was simply outstanding. Definitely as seamless as I've heard thus far in 011.

Steam, IMHO, is the best new song since Billy Breathes came out. This rendition continues to build on the framework of Cuyahoga. I'm stoked to hear this tune for years to come.

I don't think I need to even comment on how awesome the encore was. Just look at it.

Looking forward to some Rock and Roll tonight in the middle frame.


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