At 10:20pm, the Blue Method started their second set with a couple of newer songs, driven by the funky, funky basslines of Dapp and featuring the lead vocals of great vocalist Brian Williams! "Something Divine" was good, but James Brown's "Get Up (Feel Like a Being a) Sex Machine" was a funky throwdown with some red-hot sax riffs by Tom Long and scratch guitar funkiness by Michael Patriarca!! "Let Me See Ya" was DA TRUE HIGHLIGHT OF THE SHOW.......drummer Theron Shelton set it off with a some fast, hard and nasty drum intro...Dapp's funky bass solo was so THUNDEROUS!! The fellas went into P-Funk territory with "Flashlight" (YES!), and then went back to "Let Me See Ya". The last song was the slow and lustful "Let's Get It On" (originally by Marvin Gaye). The show ended at 11:05pm.
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