, attached to 2011-08-15

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw A powerhouse of a show.

Right off the bat you get a very strong Back On The Train, not extended or especially unique but very strong. One of the best ScentOAM of 3.0. Wolfman immediately goes into a jungle funk groove, then moves into a beautiful yet tense jam, and ends in a great peak. Babylon Baby is a well played Debut. Alumni Blues is always a great bustout and it is very well played.

Sand starts the 2nd set on a strong note. Light has a very quick but very good dark/evil jam that is very potent for how short it is. The first of many great segues in this set is the > into Dirt (it kind of reminds me of the end of Money going into Us and Them). Waves is very top notch with a fantastic inspired solo. The segue into Undermind is fantastic and flawless. Undermind really holds the set together perfectly and the guys are giving it their all. It also goes a bit deeper than you'd expect for 13mins. Yet another great segue into Steam. Fire is destructive and great to close out the set.

And now for the most epic encore of 3.0 (so far) almost another set of music!

Not crazy about all the songs played (besides hood) but everything is very well played. And hood is especially bass bomb crazy as Mike just goes off trying to shake every brick from the building.

Overall a fantastic inspired show. I almost would give it 5 stars, however it is missing that overall feeling of legendary to me. So I will give it "Over" 4 stars ;)


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