, attached to 2010-06-29

Review by ReeYees

ReeYees A very fun and high energy show. No 20+ min jams but every song was well-played. A strong night vocally for sure. Trey's playing was very laid back throughout--kind of reminded me of Jerry on a mellow night in 76. The Connection was a nice surprise. A good song that I hadn't taken much notice of until this show. Horn was flawless. Curtis Loew was perfect. Bowie and Reba were solid. Neither went very far out but hey, they can't go to distant lands every night.

Mike's > Simple > I Am The Walrus > Weekapaug was perfect for me. How great is it that a band can just pull off a song like I Am The Walrus as a one off cover and do it so well?

Nothing in this show was jammed out beyond belief, so if that is what you look for, there won't be much here for you. However, I know for a fact that a large portion of concert goers do not look at stop watches and could care less how a song was played 5 nights ago. I can honestly say that I have come back to this show more than any other show on the 1st leg of the Summer 2010 Tour.

And yes, Joy was nicely placed in the set but then I like a slow song to round out the 2nd set just before the finale. It helps keep things in perspective.

Cool venue and great staff!
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