, attached to 2015-08-11

Review by Slewfoot

Slewfoot I was there last night in the pavilion and thought the show was great. Really great. The one song I really wanted to hear was Martian Monster and we ended up getting the Martian Monster set! The set had a bit of everything: funk, jam songs, breakouts, accapella. Tough to ask for more.

While most people will focus on the uniqueness of the first set, the second set was even better for me. The music flowed from the band so effortlessly. Trey's guitar was snappy and bouncing around the entire shed. Each song was played extremely well.

And while no 25 minute jams, what was there was perfectly paced. The Taste sounded like it was floating around an island and 2001 is always welcome. During the Sand jam and Trey used the mutron and hit a few notes right there from May 77 Cornell Dancin in the Streets (I pretty much know that jam by heart). Some people will question the Number Line choice, but Trey's solo really rocked. My buddy and I shouted out, "Best Backwards Down the Number Line ever!" at it's conclusion.

Can't wait for tonight!


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