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Jaw Gems opened the show and were a nice warm up to a funky night. Lettuce’s opening track to walk out on stage to was “Check The Rhime” by A Tribe Called Quest (mad love Phife Dog!). They got things started with “Let It Gogo,” a funky song that included a middle jam of “Juicy” by Notorious BIG and really got the crowd moving. The Boston native band set aside a moment during “Lettsanity” for Adam Deitch to stretch his arms in the early going with a poppin’ solo. “Kron Dutch” featured guitarist Adam Smirnoff showing off some smooth and jazzy licks, while Nigel Hall on keys laid down the heavy organ.
Then it happened: I wasn’t at Jannus Live anymore… the band had switched gears and transported the crowd into a dark and long subway tunnel. Lights flickering on and off with the heavy stench of funk in the air. In an instant I knew that we had been beamed to an underground blacklight party, where people couldn’t help themselves but to try out new dance moves and vibe with strangers, now close friends. “Phyllis” is the song responsible for the mood change with heavy reverb on guitar and deep synth grooves from the keys, as well as the necessary touches from The Shady Horns (Ryan Zoidis on sax Eric Bloom on trumpet). Oh, and the bass from Erick “Jesus” Coomes just makes your body pulse.
Lettuce lifted the mood with a cover of “Try, Try, Try” from Nigel Hall’s most recent album, Ladies and Gentlemen… Nigel Hall. Lettuce finished out the subway party in style with a rippin’ rendition of fan favorite crowd pleaser, “Madison Square.” Coming back on stage after a roaring call for encore, they closed the show with a smooth version of “I Need You” that had the crowd searching for their loved ones. It is worth noting that the afterparty next door at Ringside Cafe with Holey Miss Moley and Juanjumon Band was great and included a cover of Warren G’s “Regulate.”
LET THE FUNK FLOW!
Watch full set video of the Lettuce set, thanks to The Sober Goat!
00:00 Walk out song was “Check The Rhime” by A Tribe Called Quest
01:10 New Intro
03:20 Let It Gogo
06:48 Juicy (Notorious BIG)
09:18 Let It Gogo
20:14 Kron Dutch
28:50 Try, Try, Try (Nigel Hall)
48:41 Does Your Mama Know
1:00:46 Last Suppit
1:08:15 The Force
1:15:35 Remember The Children
1:21:11 Elephant Walk
1:23:56 Madison Square
1:35:18 Do It Like You Do
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