Festival 8: Night One Review and Photos [JamBase]

“Punch You in the Eye” opened up the second set, with the line “where palm trees dipped and seagulls swerved,” drawing a huge response as lighting director Chris Kuroda splashed color upon the trees behind the stage. “Down With Disease” was on fire, bringing some of the most intense jamming of the night with Trey busting out celebratory licks on his Languedoc guitar. Morphing into “Prince Caspian” out of “DWD,” things again slowed a bit, but featured a McConnell led, Wild West-esque, bobble outro before a slamming “Wolfman’s Brother,” which was funky and stripped down featuring a concise Trey and Page led duel. Although a short version of “Wolfman’s,” it was still one of the night’s strongest numbers.

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