SET 1: Llama, The Moma Dance > Possum, Cities, Instant Karma!, David Bowie, Rhymes, Divided Sky, Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan
SET 2: Back on the Train > Rock and Roll > The Mango Song, Bug, Pebbles and Marbles, Halley's Comet > Meatstick > Run Like an Antelope
ENCORE: Suzy Greenberg
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Review by SolarGarlic
Overall SET I: Very good playing. Really good energy. Flow disrupted a little too much by 'Instant Karma!' and 'Rhymes'. First set ended with me feeling optimistic, as Trey seemed to be getting into it and Page was on!
Set II was a great set. Many people seem to get down on tunes they cant jump around to. Personally, I enjoy songs with space and that make one listen. Back On The Train, Bug, and Pebbles and Marbles were great. The highlight of the show was Rock and Roll > Mango. This will be a highlight of the tour when all is said and done. Awesome! Not a big fan of Meatstick, but people seem to enjoy it. Halley's was par for course. Antelope was great!
Anyway, some shows are more than just the setlist or even what you 'hear' on the SBD. This show had good energy. The band played some rhythmic hits as the crowd chanted, "Let's Go Bruins." I thought this was the best 3.0 they've played at GW so far (which is not too hard to do). I recommend this show for download.