Oh, man, thanks for the kind words. You shoulda come up and said hi.
I thought we played terribly for most of the first set ... I didn't think the band really got into gear until the help-slip. At the break, I said to the keyboard player, "I'm playing like s--- tonight." And he said, "I am too." LOL
We were stupid loud onstage, too. It's a great room, but when the drums are miked up, the stage volume is way up there.
The second set was really interesting, we opened with a Shakedown and during the jam, we had a horn player come out and join us. He used to play with Entrain, a Boston band. He was damn good, too, we kept him up there for a Hey Pocky Way, Truckin', a nice jam, and a good long Eyes of the World. He hung right with us for the 73-74 Eyes jam at the end. We played a lot better after that.