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Review by Bob_Loblaw
Taste is very strong and well played. A top tier Theme in terms of playing. Wolfman has a nice mellow '97 style jam to it. Besides that the rest of the first set is fairly forgettable.
LxL is the best version yet with Fishman all over it. Ghost dips a little deeper into experimentation but not too deep. The "I Don't Care" sequence is pretty cool and seamless. Strong Reba not peaky or particularly beautiful but well played. Hood is strong and pretty.
Cities is always a welcome encore and this one is short but pretty sweet.
Overall more messing around by the guys implementing there new songs into their sets. It doesn't make for anything noteworthy or memorable but still a well played show.