, attached to 2016-10-16

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads Stacked setlist, with plenty of potential for jamming par excellence, yet the Piper was the most interesting song of the night--unless you're a huge Skynyrd fan--and even it didn't really take off like it might have. I'll play this card, though: I personally don't mind--if they're not sacrificing valuable time in the setlist that honestly would be otherwise devoted to enchanting jams--a sequence like Wingsuit, Sparkle > The Wedge, Wading, even in Set II. That makes me an odd duck, but as a college colleague of mind used to say, "Lord love a duck." I think I'm about over the (bob)weav(er)ing Crosseyed through sets in a way that I'm not over them doing it with Tweezer or Mike's, and by the way, how short was that Weekapaug? This may be the one exception to the "never miss a Sunday show" rule (OK, it's not, you don't miss any shows!) and a rare occasion when an undersold show doesn't magically turn out to be a real kick in the pants to people who skipped it.


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