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Review by westbrook
The second set does not reach the heights of the first, but the Down with Disease and Mike's are good listens. The set-opening DwD doesn't stray off the beaten path, but it does feature some quality space that maintains the jam's momentum and leads into the closing riff quite well. Hood in the two-hole is an unusual choice (it was placed in the same spot at the last PNC show 7/10/13) and the jam never really takes off from a slow start during which Trey is tossing glowsticks to the crowd. This Jibboo does not have much replay value; it's nothing special. When the Circus Comes is one my favorite breather type songs, but it would have been more welcome after something a bit more rewarding. Next comes a Mike's Song with a dark, grooving jam segment well worth hearing, but it too never really amps up. Albuquerque is tremendous song in its own right, but I think this set could have used something a bit more upbeat at this point. Weekapaug, First Tube, and Loving Cup end the show in expectedly rousing fashion.