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Review by ThingsOnMyMind
Sand was a great kickoff, The Milkman bringing it!
Sometimes was breezy and rockin'
Mozambique the afro- calypso number, pretty great vibe
Magilla swinging hard
Jibboo one of the highlights of the show, who doesn't some horny Jibboo?
Pigtail Horny funky bliss
Curfew's Call some great horn work here and "talking" between the band with a percussive drum solo
Cayman probably one of my favorite TAB songs in general just plain funky fun
Ocelot took a slower turn into space funk
Valentine "spinning in circles, walking a straight line"
Tuesday little rocking ditty to end the first set
Drifting was very drifty
Night Speaks interplay with Trey and Mugz
Delta Lady is a new addition to the TAB catalog, surely a tribute to the late Leon Russel
Simple Twist showcasing some trey hose here
The Song "the hands on the clock keep ticking... just rolling along"
Feel It Still Portugal, The Man cover trey is such a hipster
49 Bye-Byes Crosby Stills & Nash cover
Last Tube always a pick me up great Clav work here
Architect is a nice song
Clint Eastwood extra long with band intros
Black dog Trey and Jen having and affair?
Parting Glass to start encore and the cap off of the night
Heavy Things wasn't very Trey heavy, leaving room for the Milkman
Push on Til rock it out one last time before the nights over