It's only one hour of music, but I really think it's some of the best they've played this year. Bee jam has so many amazing segments, including a Windmill-esque jam that's just beautiful, and a cathartic peak. It's not as legendary and far-ranging as the 10/18/17 Bee, but it's up there. At this point, getting All My Friends as an opener has to be a gleeful omen for any show, right?
But the Plans.. oh my goodness. It's clear that they hit their time limit right as it's getting into a truly unique soundscape. Brian's tone when he rushes to bring the jam to a peak is just so cool. I can't help but wonder what the rest of that jam would have sounded like.
I haven't had the chance to put Tulsa on yet but I might have to at your suggestion. The short sets are always rough for me. I feel like the time constraints really limit what the band can do. It's like "A Taste Of Spafford" instead of "SPAFFORD!"
But that doesn't mean there aren't gems in there. :)