, attached to 2010-10-12

Review by bobyeagerful

bobyeagerful I had a really great time at this show. Even the whiners all around me couldn't burst my bubble. Stealing time is a ripping way to start the show and I'm down with TTE. Trey played his old guitar for that one until the solo at the end when he threw back on the ocelot and wailed. Meat was unexpected but so well placed and Mike let out some funky distortion. Divided Sky kept the energy up and Timber was one I haven't seen since New Years '97. On Your Way Down is amazing, Page sounds stellar. Heavy Things was mellow but I love me some Sugar Shack and 46 Days, oh yeah. I agree Carini is a great set opener and Fishman after teasing Bowie before Ghost the first night, finally got his chance. Light>Theme>Free>Joy made me smile and dance, life is incredible,but(I'm still partial to the Greek versions this past summer Light>Twenty Years>Hood>Theme insanely tight versions). Halfway was another unexpected but inserted nicely into the set. Bug is a song I have been chasing for a loong time, always missed it by a show or two, finally I thought to myself. Summer of '89 did slow things way down, he should of done a Torn and Frayed imo, but nonetheless it was on the menu along with a hearty serving of Split Open & Melt! The girl who held up the Meatstick sign all night must have been stoked they answered her request, and they did the dance as well.


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