, attached to 2014-11-02

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads The craic in this show occurs in the opening combination of the second set (average-great Bathtub Gin in the first set notwithstanding.) But before that... it's nice to see the classic Runaway Jim, Foam pairing, as well as the bustout of Mexican Cousin. A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing also makes a welcome appearance, though strictly Type I. Now, the Chalk Dust Torture features some really strong clavinetting from Page > Piper which is a thematic (teary-eyed, @Icculus?) jam that is one of the most noteworthy versions in recent memory, along with being a rarely stretched-out version of the song. From there, if you're a big fan of You Enjoy Myself you have 28:12 of it (on the soundboard, including pre-encore crowd noise) including all four members on percussion. The Moma Dance makes a rare encore appearance > Slave to the Traffic Light and there you have a show that I will mostly remember for the Chalkdust > Piper.


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