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Review by Bob_Loblaw
It's hard to give a play by play for this show because it is one very typical of the times. Comical, fiercely played, yet very "songy". But no segments or experimentation to really speak of.
Highlights for me are:
Cavern (They nail it)
Weekapaug (Highlight of the show IMO, it's just excellent)
Bowie (so polished yet incendiary)
Keep in mind everything else is very well played. But if you're looking for something unique or different this isn't your show.