, attached to 2013-08-02

Review by CannedWalrus

CannedWalrus First off, if you're legitimately angry about people wooing at a show when you're not even there, get over yourself. I agree that it was a little incongruous at times, but come on. Let the people who are actually at the show do what they want. The band feeds off of it and were totally encouraging it the entire show.

Now that that's out of the way, go and listen to this first set. Very well played. Vultures, HttM, Roggae and Sand all had nice pocket-groove jams with stellar dynamic variety. Meat was great to hear.

I thought the second set flowed extremely well. No insanely long jams, mild experimentation (q.v. Stealing Time), but overall a truly awesome set. Caspian and Farmhouse were both led into smoothly and Trey's solo on Farmhouse is without a doubt one of the most tasteful and soulful of the tour thus far. Coil was a bonus and WOTC rocked. Seven Below had some nice triplet-based themes and was by far my favorite jam of the show. I'll be relistening to this show in full fairly often.


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