, attached to 2016-10-28

Review by tweezedout

tweezedout Absolute fire...
First Set highlights were the rare Dog Stole Things, a crankin No Men's, a funky Destiny, a Mikes Bombsmas Home, a sentimental and delicate Trey solo on Circus, a Deep, raunchy Steam, a more than welcoming Wedge, Cavern and a rocker in Walls to close out.

Now, the by God second set... an extremely rare Crimes of the Mind... Golden Age, I need to listen back, but a beautifully ripping first part, then dark funkiness and a patient build back to a somewhat major mode and extremely rocking peak. Some beautiful ambience followed and a great, I almost think a true segue, into Simple, but as I mention I need to listen back. Now the Light, I am biased because I absolutely love this song but the jam was deep; I can't describe it in words right now but it put me in a blissful place that I will always remember. And into another one I love, Twenty Years later, just an awesome fucking song. The rest of the songs were played well. 3 more nights of this quality? I don't know if it's possible... I hope


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