SET 1: Sample in a Jar , Theme From the Bottom, Water in the Sky, Driver, AC/DC Bag, Maze, The Line, Back on the Train, Twist, Strange Design, The Inlaw Josie Wales, Death Don't Hurt Very Long , Gumbo, Heavy Things, Kill Devil Falls, Wingsuit, 46 Days, Wading in the Velvet Sea, Snowflakes in the Sand, Lifeboy, Waste, Chalk Dust Torture, The Wedge, Carini, Bathtub Gin, Say It To Me S.A.N.T.O.S.
ENCORE: The Horse > Silent in the Morning, Sleep, Sunset Days, My Problem Right There, More
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Review by NICU4LIFE
I also believe that what makes these shows unique is that many of these songs were meant to be played and heard acoustically. Hearing them live from Trey offers you a distinct look into the artist’s original intention and presentation of his work. Hearing Waste, Inlaw Josie Wales, Lifeboy, and Driver were highlights for me because of this reason.
Of course, it was still fun hearing Trey jam out on songs that one would not usually hear acoustically such as Carini and Say it To me S.A.N.T.O.S. I would particularly recommend listening to Twist and Wingsuit from this show. Trey does some awesome looping action on the two songs and the jamming comes out. Trey adds some choral synth sounds to the Wingsuit jam which creates an awesome spacey rendition of the song. Overall, a great experience!