, attached to 2010-06-24

Review by ante_1

ante_1 The first review is kind of comical. He admits to not being there but earlier he said trey looked over at page/fish to cut off Boogie on. In fact, I was sitting right in front of mike and it was mike who cut it off, a phenomenon that was not unque last night btw. I think statements like everyone is ready to extend jams besides trey is greatly exxagerrated.

This isn't to defend Trey, as big red has some splaining to do as well. He seems to often make his way quickly into the jam finale, rather then slow buildup.

Besides that, the show was a diversity show. Where you may come away immpressed with the wide exploration of musical styles, but it just didn't flow very well, anytime they built up energy, they quickly killed it by a shift of style/tempo and overall, most jams we're too short/impatient.


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