, attached to 2014-10-25

Review by yaktaur

yaktaur This was my first show, so it's hard to compare it to others in a "I was there" setting but I just wanted to note that from where I was in the nosebleeds the audience definitely seemed involved in the show.

Looking down on the sea of people moving to the music, I felt that I was part of something bigger than me and it will be a great memory for me.

The music itself was amazing, even if on play back the flubs become a bit more noticeable.

As I left the show, I was talking with someone I had just met and talking about how they played The Moma Dance, Wolfman's Brother, Carini, Prince Caspian, Tweezer, and You Enjoy Myself (and even the bonus of Rock and Roll!) and it felt like a special set list.

I feel like this is an underrated show of the Fall 2014 tour, maybe because it wasn't in a famous venue. Maybe not the top show, but certainly no slouch!


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