YES, every musician in this band was splendid, especially Vernon Reid (guitar), Jared (bass) and Don McKenzie (drums). Maya Azucena sounded
beautiful as lead vocalist on R&B gems like "More From Life", and she seemed to connect well with the audience. "BamaLamb" was a nice,
Middle Eastern-tinged rock tune, while "Smoke & Dust" benefited the melodica stylings of Leon (think of Bernie Worrell on
Funkadelic's "If You Don't Like The Effects, Don't Produce The Cause")! "Signed Fictitious" was a powerful, nasty heavy rock tune featuring
the rap stylings of Gaston, the brute-force powerful drum slaying of Don McKenzie, the heavy bass rumbling of Jared, and the fiery-hot
lead axe riffing of Mr. Vernon Reid! Somewhere in the middle of the set, the music of James Brown's "Popcorn With a Feeling" began playing
and people in the front were jamming to the smooth-paced JB groove (thanks DJ Logic, who kept things sounding interesting with his
turntable scratching and samples)! "Psychopathia Mojosexuality" was another funk-rock scorcher, featuring Vernon on ferocious lead guitarisms!
The Yohimbe Brothers show started at 11:15pm and ended around 12:30am.