, attached to 2011-06-07

Review by Undermind

Undermind I had a great time last night. I didn't make it to the venue until right before showtime so I missed the paug meet up unfortunately.

I thought the 1st set was really fun and well played. Llama was fun to open the show. Moma was standard yet Funky. That's the 5th time out of the last 6 shows I've been to that Possum been played :frustrated:, but they sure ripped it. Instant Karma was a nice kickdown and Rhymes had a nice groove. Dsky was complete redemption. Trey nailed it! Bowie was well played as well.

Very Solid 1st set and I really liked the flow and the song selection!

2nd set started out great with GBOTT and R&R. Mango was fun but not what I was looking for in the 2nd set. Bug was actually enjoyable. I hate it as a set closer, but as a slowdown song not bad. P&M was cool. I'd never seen it live before. Thought we were going to get a Hailey's Jam, but then Meatstick happened :frustrated:. Antelope was a barn burner and the flub was not bothersome live. Kind of funny, especially with the Fishman cymbal gag. When I looked at my clock after Antelope and saw that it was 10:55 already, I said to my buddy what the hell are they going to play for an encore to make curfew. I was glad to hear Suzy. I like it as an encore a lot. The 2nd Page sole was insane! :crazy:

Trey has definitely practiced a lot and they sounded great to me. Best I've heard since they came back quality wise. This was my 1st show this year. Mid to late 2nd set song selection and the force into Meatstick is my only gripe, but a lot of people like Meatstick I guess.


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