, attached to 2014-10-25

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw This show was very different from the night before (Inglewood). Where as that was a show with Trey in control and in the forefront as a guitar god, this show was based on more toned down even playing between the guys. Also anyone notice that they played no covers in Inglewood and several at this show?

The setlist was somewhat reminiscent of Hollywood Bowl '13. Even a lot of the same songs, besides Destiny Unbound the first set was pretty generic in IMO. Second set had several possible launch pads (Free, Jiboo, Carini) none of which went far out there. But I feel like once piper hit things started to got different. Piper was strong and had a nice cohesive jam to it. Prince Caspian started things slow, but by the end the crowd was fully invested in it.

But when Trey's Tweezer riff hit everyone around me went crazy. Safe to say not one single person saw it coming. Although not a long monster Tweezer this was a standout in how cohesive it was I mean really solid 97' style cohesiveness. Rock and Roll kept us dancing and then BAM!

I told people for days they would YEM at Chula. Everyone thought BGCA would get it again. But I have to say I lost hope towards the end of the set. There is something about the beginning of YEM that totally throws you off into sheer surprise. Not much else to say besides it was solid, Trey got down dancing for a few minutes, and the vocal jam was fantastic one of the better 3.0 vocal jams IMO.

Standard cheering dance your ass off Suzy encore into a brain exploding Tweeprise.

Overall decent show. Wasn't the highlight of the tour but it was not at all disappointing.


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