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Review by phishfillet
Pretty good first set overall. ‘you better believe it baby’ got in to a nice groove for a first time played tune, but the highlight of the set for me was a nice ‘Frankie’ into a sweet ‘Reba’, with the whistling for those that prefer it. The Bowie from this night was good, really good yet somehow laid back.
Set two, I love this YEM! Starts off a little flat, but by the time you get to the end of this 30 minute version you should be feelin’ it! And then you are treated to a first ever ‘Albuquerque’ which sounds beautiful.
And although the encore was nothing special, and I think most people don’t like to end the show on the soft side, both PYITE and Motel were nicely done.