SET 1: Buried Alive > NICU, Stash, Paul and Silas, My Friend, My Friend, Reba, Maze, Fee > Chalk Dust Torture, I Didn't Know, Golgi Apparatus
SET 2: The Curtain > Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, The Horse > Silent in the Morning, My Sweet One, Tube, The Mango Song > Llama, Lawn Boy, Cold as Ice > If I Only Had a Brain > Cold as Ice > Runaway Jim
ENCORE: Sleeping Monkey > Cavern
Buried Alive, Stash, and possibly other parts of the first set included Cameron McKinney sitting in on “rhythm guitar (inaudible ukelele)." Trey introduced a freshly clean-shaven Fish before his trombone solo during I Didn't Know, saying "ladies and gentlemen, recovering from a horrible facial accident, would you please welcome Tommy Dorsey." The end of Weekapaug included a vocal jam. Trey dedicated his solo in Lawn Boy to Amy Skelton. Lively Up Yourself was teased in the Cold as Ice intro and outro and before Brain itself. Brain subsequently included an All Fall Down signal in the middle of Fish's vacuum solo.
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Review by DollarBill
First set has a nice Buried Alive opener into a rocking NICU still with the weird middle section. Stash and Paul are good. My Friend still needs work. Mike falls off during the intro. Reba has a big FU in the middle, but they quickly recover. Maze, Fee and Chalkdust are great. After his "facial accident" Trey says, Fish is introduced as Tommy Dorsey during IDK. Pardon me Doug part has a "Take it apart" jam. Good Golgi to end.
Second set starts off with a good Curtain, although kind of a sloppy ending going into Mike's. The groove is rocking into hydrogen and a really good Weekapaug with a few warts. Trey flubs the Tube lyrics coming out of the solo section. Llama also has some warts. Lawnboy is dedicated to Amy Skelton. Fish flubs the lyrics to Brain. Jim is a great closer tonight.
Good double encore. Fish is loosing his voice during Monkey. I always love a good Cavern.