, attached to 2013-10-20

Review by larvalcraze

larvalcraze Overall outstanding show for the not to miss Sunday get down. I was 2nd row for the 1st set Page side. Trey really builds the solo patiently and very musically in Julius. It was real cool to see him play a few notes, then sing a few to himself and then come back in with another line. Reminded me of Miles Davis for the beginning of the solo. The energy stayed high for Funky Bitch with an amazing break from Page. The whole band was on for the rest of Funky Bitch and that carried right into BOTT. Again Page was laying some great clavinet lines down. Really love how the texture of the song develops and then Trey starts to color on top of it. Roses, Sample and Ginseng Sullivan got nice readings. Ginseng had a few rough spots but still great song to hear. 46 days is when the band really stepped up for me. Absolutely brought the heat for that jam. The Divided Sky was sweet as usual, add the lighters filling the mothership for the pause and Trey getting into some new territory for the end jam. Who doesn't enjoy a Bold as Love thrown in there too?
Set 2 was an all out throw down after a special Paul and Silas. Tweezer saw a exploratory jam that got the coliseum pumping and from there it didn't let up. Mike was dropping some of the lowest bass notes that just rippled the chests of everyone in the place. Golden Age > Piper kept the flow alive. From there the surprise was around the corner with Taking Care of Business. If you were there and din't dig that you may have a hole in your soul. The dance party wasn't over yet with a great Sand coming in next. Slave rounded out the set with a blissful build up and another well played version.
A Day in the Life was just beautiful and Tweezer Reprise brought it back to the high energy get down for our send off.


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