, attached to 2009-11-28

Review by Frankster

Frankster This one gets off to a fun start with "party time" a catchy if not cheesy song but a good way to get the crowd primed. "stealing time" is my favorite tune from the new album and this version rips. Nasty blues licks in the mold of "my soul". "sanity" is a rare treat. I was so spun it seemed like Trey was actually singing what I was thinking. Lost my mind a couple of times indeed! SOAM is a little too tempered for my liking but a solid version. Finally "Vultures" is brought back and a descent version to boot.

I'm sure you've heard all the hoopla about the "seven below>ghost by now and I must set the record straight . . . it was sick!!! The mood went from happy to angry to joyful to aggressive. Rock, funk, blues and jazz intertwined in a 45 minute musical assault. The most creative jamming I've seen since Greensboro 03. "cool it down" did just that. "Jibboo" reminded me of a short 2000 version (thats a good thing). "Wolfmans>Julius" is titanic especially the latter. Top 5 "YEM" of the decade!

This was a special show both musically and spiritually! Thanks to all for sharing a true symbiotic event in which the crowd and band breathed as one!


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