, attached to 2012-06-15

Review by benjaminbarker

benjaminbarker Cool show. Whole night felt kind of deep jammy and in stark contrast to the show they played at Bonnaroo. Peak of Set 1 was probably Faulty Plan, great jam and peak and lights. 46 days, Camel Walk also stood out. Lots of fun covers. Ice and Stash had their moments but overall weren't the peaks of the set. They played well and the crowd was in to it.

The second set featured a lot of deeper jamming, all mainly on a similar ambient/trance/funk kind of vibe. Trey prompted the crowd to continue the "woo!" from Twist over into Piper. The jamming was deep but a bit slow at times. Saved the best for last, ending with a great Bowie, featuring a lot of teases.


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