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Review by RobesPierre
Drowned was ok. Again not much improvising. Just trey ripping away and then a half assed transition to 2001. 2001 was nice though, some cool stuff happened. I always love Reba. But again, nothing special. Roses and cdt were fun but again, more of the same trey solo. Cdt had a moment of cool ambient noise before a peak. But nothing to write home about.
Caspian->silent was the highlight of the night. Very smooth, cool transition. And silent was spot on. Bug was bug. But at the end page did a little rubato solo out of the final chord that segued beautifully into a day in the life.
Dwd is always a pleasure, but again very textbook trey ripping.
Jibboo was a big surprise. And it had a nice mellow jam. Quinn was fun.
Overall this show was pretty uninspired.