Ope, I'd like to hear what your thoughts were, but I have to be honest: I thought the performance was uninspired, half hearted, and half baked. Great songs executed competently, but it wasn't what I'd call a great show. A rapid-fire series of songs lacking pacing. He packed a lot of songs into a relatively short set, but I'm not sure that's the object with a concert.
Just a three-piece band, which minimally does the job for most of their catalogue, but you need more guitars to pull some of these songs off in full. Heck, ideally you'd want a pedal steel guitar for Big Gay Heart.
Either the mix wasn't right or Dando wasn't singing well into the microphone. One way or another, his vocals were muddled. It was only once he unplugged at the end and walked to the edge of the stage and sang to the ladies in front without amplification that I could actually hear his voice clearly, and it sounded good. Not sure where the problem was: him, the equipment, or the mix. (Incidentally, a similar issue when my wife and I saw The Monkees a week ago in Milwaukee. I'd read reviews of previous shows that complained of understated vocals in the mix, and that's what we heard in Milwaukee: not loud enough vocals.) In contrast, the kick drum and bass had way too much punch.
I saw The Lemonheads upwards of 20 years ago at First Avenue, and it was a completely different experience: bigger band, better sound, better pacing. That was my hope for this show, so I guess I'm moderately disappointed.