, attached to 2011-06-14

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads This--to me--is an average-great show that features above-average (for the time) playing by Trey, whose sound he had somewhat recently reinvigorated with the elimination of the "whale call" and the addition of the Ocedoc. Possum, Bathtub Gin, and Light Up or Leave Me Alone all contain true-to-form Trey in the first set, and he doesn't let up in the second set. The second set does, however, feel a little bit disjointed, in my opinion, probably because of the lack of a marquee jam (though the Pac-man sort of sounds at the beginning of Maze are really cool) as well as starting in a sort of weird way, what with the short, unjammed Carini to open > Sand, which is another song which has a darker feel to it, both contrasting with the tone of the remainder of the set. This isn't a show that I'll come back to a lot, unless I need an example of how Trey sounded on an on-night during 2011.


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