, attached to 2015-07-28

Review by ttombobadly

ttombobadly Was at the show ... had GA Pit ticket and loved seeing them up close again. One thing I haven't seen in other posts .. Trey was using his 3 pickup guitar (he used it for Fare The Well) rather than his usual guitar. Was at Dallas the next night and it was back to his normal axe..Not sure how this fit into the scheme of song choice, vibe, etc, probably nothing but there were a lot "slow" songs at this show.

First Set: I really enjoyed the first set, especially opener through Dirt. Devotion / Sugar shack found myself a little disinterested, and the Antelope was good, not amazing. Will I come back to this set and listen to over and over? Probably not, but overall very fun.

Second Set
Piper jam is always welcome and this was very fun, was really psyched to hear it go into Ghost. Very interesting Ghost ... while it misses some of the high points you get with some, there is a nice build and interesting play by Trey ... quickly faded to Shade. Jibboo was good fun, then slowed down again... ultimately rounding out with an OK Bowie, Greenberg, and rowdy TweRe.

Loving Cup: love this song, love it as set closers or encore, seen it abunch, never gets old.

4 stars - unique show, agree that its overall lower energy but they actually played a lot of songs ... especially second set (about 15 compared to 7 or 8 in other shows this tour).


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