, attached to 2009-07-30

Review by andrewrose

andrewrose In my opinion the Red Rocks and Gorge runs offer some of the best stuff of the 3.0 years to-date. These were the first real excursions that made it seem like the band was truly back, and capable of reaching past heights--a feeling that's come and gone since. 2009 boasts some really strong moments, notably the second night in Albany and the whole NYE Miami run. Anyway it kind of gets started here at Red Rocks with the Stash, Trey going out there, trying things out, latching onto a groove, taking it into major territory and off to the races. The Ghost is really gratifying too. Full band exploration, long interesting jam. They'd top these outings with Sneaking Sally and Bathtub in the few nights to follow, but don't hesitate to hear this quarter of shows in their entirety.


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