, attached to 2015-08-04

Review by planetneutral

planetneutral Strong opening sequence punctuated by a particularly nasty Wolfman's. Rest of the first set is fairly pedestrian, if well-executed. Walls is always strong. Third quarter featured, again, great playing, but I would have liked to see Golden Age or Light go the distance in those slots. The return of the Mike's 2nd jam covers the price of admission and there's a little nod to the slow Piper intro, with Trey going out of his way, tongue firmly in cheek, to make sure you knew he was in on that complaint too. Oh, and there's that instant classic Groove. Consider that must-hear.


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