, attached to 2013-10-31

Review by zda1994

zda1994 This show was absolutely incredible from start to finish! It was my thirteenth show, and first review. It was hands down the best show I've ever been to and it was such an important show in Phish history, that I feel I should definitely leave a review for it.

Set 1: Classic first set with not too much to write home about. It was high-energy and a lot of fun, but nothing out of the ordinary....except Stash and Bathtub Gin! These versions were awesome, albeit a little short for a jammed out version, but still far better than most recent versions.

Set 2: I was a big fan of this set. Like many, I am still a little confused by it, namely the dancers and the setbreak video, but I think that it was a huge risk for the band to do and I am simply grateful that they did it and I was there to witness it. Unfortunately, I cannot really discern too many songs from one another, as most are slower songs. But they all seem to have jamming potential, even most songs will likely serve as breathers in the future. That's fine anyway, breathers are necessary and their slow songs are great, the only problem is when you keep getting the same slow songs at every show. The exception to this of course though was Wombat. Wombat was one of the single most fun songs I have ever heard Phish play. It was incredible

Set 3: The third set was phenomenal. Ghost opener was absolutely beautiful and the Carini was just kept going and giving. My friend next to me turned to me at least five times during the jam to ask what song it was. The Carini was without a doubt the highlight of the night, and everything after it was a fine exclamation point!

Highlights: Stash, Bathtub Gin, Wombat, Ghost > Carini


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