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Review by JMart
Crosseyed had a decent jam and definitely got the energy back up, but the way they brought it back throughout the set...they do it every time they play it. Ditto for the “woos” in Ruby...at some point it feels like pandering to the audience when things aren’t clicking.
Finally, basically every jam in the second set (and Carini) modulated from the i to the IV. No risk. Not a lot of heart.
And you know what? Maybe that’s just me. I just didn’t hear it Sunday. Hopefully better things in store for the rest of the tour.