, attached to 2014-07-20

Review by Scott

Scott A few notes:
The chord progression in The Wedge that others are calling Paradise City I hear more as "Steal My Kisses" by Ben Harper, at least for the first minute or so. Listen starting at 11:04.

Also, around the 4:00 mark of Ghost, the band slips into a groovy vamp rather like "Show Biz Kids" by Steely Dan.

Although some will want for more ambitious and hall-of-fame versions of Bathtub and DwD, this is a showcase concert with material from all over their career fitting into 2 harmonious sets. I love the extended treatment for Mule this year. And yes, The Wedge and Ghost deserve nominations for jam of the summer. So long as I don't start hearing playing mistakes from when the stream cut out (as it did to excess last night), this is a classic show.


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