, attached to 2011-07-01

Review by bigflopmoptop

bigflopmoptop This is NOT a complaint, but something I felt was actually pretty cool & wondered if anyone else out there noticed. During the 1st set, 3 songs stood out as "jammed" -- Bathtub, Wolfman's & Quinn. What I noticed was that they were all the same jam. I don't mean that everything they do sounds the same, & I'm not complaining as much noticing, but especially with Bathtub & Wolfman's, the jams seemed to evolve into exactly the same jam. As if there was this feeling out there, manifested in certain musical rhythyms, that appeared to come out no matter what song provided the springboard.
I thought it was neat.


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