, attached to 2016-09-02

Review by bushwood_a_dump

bushwood_a_dump I liked this show from the couch. It had the "this is not an ordinary tour stop" feel from the git go. And that energy remained throughout.

Some out of the way placement calls. A good balance of fist pumping moments, and no real deflating "turd in the punch bowl" set killers. Nice to open with two tunes that opened up a bit. The 'No Men' went pretty deep for the two hole in an opening set. Although I like the Antelope to open the second, I was hoping it would meander more in that premier slot.

I think the Tweezer ended up being better than it felt while it happened, and deserves a re-listen. It seem like it was going to crap out a couple times, but bounded back with some balls!

Very curious that there was NOT a single Page or Gordon led song in the whole show. I can't ever remember noticing that before, and not sure if it means anything...

We'll see how the Dicks swing tonight!


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