, attached to 2017-07-18

Review by E_Wolfe

E_Wolfe I didn't mind set I: gimme a Peaches any day. Crazy Sometimes, 46 Days, AND Jim all had the potential to get further out there, and I wish at least one of them had.

Set II: MAAAAN, I just don't know what I think. I'm a sucker for jam-length; when I see longer song times on-paper, it's at least an inclination that they gave some jams time to develop into something "other-than". Last night, tho, I didn't hear the cohesive, full-band, definitive direction jams that I truly love about this band. There's certainly some good stuff here and I'd still rather hear them TRY to find different grooves for a long time vs. just ripcords and putting too many songs in a set, buuuuut....idk. Still not sure how I feel. Disease seemed like Trey hosing down(or trying to) for a LONG time, w/ the band just backing him up. Great to hear MITM. Ghost, again, seemed like more searching than finding, w/ Trey soloing. Wombat didn't impress; I'll take the 7/18/14 version over this. Still, taken as-a-whole, we've got some solid meat here. No idea where that leaves me....just my thoughts for now as I listen again at work.


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