Boston Review

Lowgens02 at Lowgens02 at
Sat Oct 25 08:51:37 CDT 2008


Bloody fantastic review Jim, it was worth the wait! I'm pumped for Izod and  
Borgata! Driving 1,200 miles for these two shows :)
In a message dated 10/25/2008 9:47:47 AM Eastern Daylight Time,  
nakedi at writes:

From:  <lowgens02 at>
> Short review lol......

That's  all I could muster, my brain was mush last night.  Still is, kinda.  
All I can say is, if you weren't sure about going...go.  They've  stepped it 
up a notch from last tour, in my opinion.  Pete was having  a ball and 
playing like a mad man.  Roger's in great voice, although  he does have times 
where he has to dig down deep.  It was like  watching a great athlete reach 
down and pull out a performance for the  ages.  It definitely wasn't easy for 
Roger last night, but he knocked  it out of the park when we needed it. 
Honestly, I thought he had given  everything he had and they would have to 
cut out Tea & Theatre.   But after a couple of minutes to recover, Roger 
delivered probably the  best version I've heard him do.  Stunning.  Sister 
Disco was  absolutely the balls!

> What was the setlist Jim?

OK, doing  this from memory and using Brian's Hamilton set as an aid, so 
consider  this unofficial.  I think I got the all the songs right, but the  
order might be a little screwy.

Can't Explain
The  Seeker
Anyway Anyhow Anywhere
Who Are You
Behind Blue  Eyes
Real Good Looking Boy
Sister Disco
Baba O'Riley
Getting in  Tune
Eminence Front
Sea and Sand
Love Reign O'er Me
My  Generation
Won't Get Fooled Again


Pinball  Wizard
Amazing Journey
Sparks (with a Little Cap'n Walker thrown  in)
See Me, Feel Me
Tea and Theatre

The third oldie has been  different each night.  We lost Magic Bus/Naked Eye 
in the encore and  gained Sea & Sand in the main set.  I like the way they're 
making  each show a little different.  I think that's all most of us have  
been asking for, although Tattoo would have been nice!


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