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Review by jmjackson
They really dug into set two with "jammy" song selections featuring some great improv and decent transitions. Good second set, and as YEMblog stated on Twitter during the show, "I dare u to find a set starting w drowned that isn't awesome". Couldn't have put it better myself.
Encore: Bold as Love -- always a treat. NO Tweezer Reprise, which I found pretty strange.
My overall take: two nice "throwback" sets. Overall, a solid show and well-played.