, attached to 2013-07-27

Review by HighClassWook

HighClassWook I'm going to start off by saying that this blew last night the hell out of the water. Unlike the Chicago shows and the shows I went to, I had a clear head for this one, and man, I'm still pondering if I hallucinated some of it.

Set 1 highlights are Curtain With, Maze, and the new Say Something (which had a cool Stevie Wonder-esc feel to it). After Midnight was of course in honour of the late JJ Cale, may he rest in peace.

Now the 2nd set, it's something completely different. It starts with a DWD which, well, just was out of this earth. It then makes a sweet segue into Undermind. Undermind goes into a weird almost late 80's Grateful Dead style space-y jam for a minute or a few, and then hit Light.

Light was great, but short. It made a great segue into Sneakin' Sally. This Sally was something special. I'm willing to throw my hat in the ring and say it's the best I've heard since 12/30/1997. It then hits 2001, which includes a tease of some song which I didn't remember the name of, and was quite funky.

Then, Walls of the Cave lets Trey show off his guitar skills, he plays really fast for a few seconds. Fluffhead was Fluffy, and Antelope was great.

As for encores, I'm pretty sure Show of Life is the same as always, and GTBT will always rock.

Also, during the setbreak, the webcast had this little bunch of jokes it scrolled through, which were most likely written by Mike. They were damn funny.

5/5, a contender for my new favourite 3.0 show.


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