, attached to 2010-08-12

Review by JonBaker

JonBaker Started off with a great Runaway Jim, which I hadn't seen them play before. Played good PYITE, Cars-Trucks-Buses, Sample in a Jar and NICU. Sugarshack didn't fit in well for me at that point. Wolfman's Brother was alright as Time Turns Elastic but nothing to jump up and down for. Maybe I was hoping for something more for a finish to set one. Drowned was a great start to to second set. The third time i've seen them play it. I love Gotta Jibbo, Bathtub Gin, and Twist. Split Open and Melt is another favorite of mine but they (Phish) just never seemed to go into that long jam session they like to do with this one and it kinda faded away. I was dissappoited with it. Good finish with Dog Faced Boy, Harry Hood and Golgi Apparatus. The encore was the killer though and I doubt that they will duplicate that finish tomorrow night. Maybe, but who knows


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