SET 1: Skin It Back > Possum, Tube, Happiness Is a Warm Gun, Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, Halley's Comet > Axilla > Ya Mar, Joy, Jesus Just Left Chicago > Backwards Down the Number Line > Golgi Apparatus
SET 2: Chalk Dust Torture, Sand -> Golden Age, Wolfman's Brother -> Walk Away, Bug > Fluffhead > The Wedge > Run Like an Antelope
ENCORE: Character Zero
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Review by TwiceBitten
Chalkdust threatened to go type II, but stayed within it's lines when all was said and done. Sand threatened to end early twice, but had some stellar jamming. As did Golden Age which featured a major excursion that touched down into a hushed silence. Wolfman's was looking to be the song of the night. It's jam got started when a Fishman flub happily triggered an intensely arhythmic and wholly different jam than usual. The segue into Walk Away happened too soon. Fluffhead sounded particularly natural in the second half. I think Mike got lost for a bit, but it was a worthy version. Antelope was adventurous from the get go and is worth seeking out.
First set had a couple of long shelved tunes getting decent readings but was mostly tepid until the solo in Ya Mar. Nice to get Jesus Just Left Chicago.