It was an amazing show… The "freakscene" ending was nothing short of just raw amazing energy.. I seriously could not fall asleep until 2 AM, at least an hour after I got home.. And having Watt rip it up never hurts, either…
Ammaring was incredible…
I seriously thought the arms of the drummer from Cobra Verde were going to fall off as J was tuning his electric at the beginning of freedom. They just kept repeating the beginning of freedom, for what seemed like 5 minutes… He looked like he was in a great deal of pain..
The CV set was another high energy set..But, for me, I was a little disappointed.. However, not disappointed enough not to see them again..
Flupejac rocked.. I was very impressed with them. A great deal of energy.. I got to speak with the lead singer (Chris) and bassist from Flupejac in between CV and J.. Very cool guys, in fact, the bassist went out to his truck to get some EP’s when I wanted one.. Very cool.. Nice guys, too.. The lead singer/guitarist looks like one mean mo-fo.. The bass player looks like someone who wants to grow his out hair, but his day job won’t let him. <img> .. then the drummer looks like a clean cut guy.. Very ecletic looking bunch, but the songs live rocked..
A much better show than at the Troubador… (Maybe the fact that it was not 100 degress F inside the Roxy, as it was in the troubadour helpoed me enjoy it more, as well).. J has a lot of energy on this leg of this tour..
Your opinions may vary..
<small>[ 10-27-2002, 03:41 PM: Message edited by: Carl. ]</small>