, attached to 2000-07-11

Review by 1969tasmanseries

1969tasmanseries The Moby Dick show.

The meat of set 1 :D rowned first rages, then cools down into light funk before stopping suddenly. When it starts up again, it's a bustout of CDT Reprise. Very interesting to hear. > to CDT itself, which turns into a awesome climax.

Except for the Reprise, this set's fairly average for the time

Set 2

For the most part, the jammed-on songs - DWD, Jim, BOTT & Hood - are straightforward, average, and tight. What sets them apart is the Moby Dick, of course, which is goofy phish at its finest. Hood, perhaps, has some cool jamming around the Moby Dick theme. Henrietta and encore are hilarious

Final thoughts: Nothing in the show is very deep or mind-blowing, but it is lots of fun. 4 stars.

Highlights: Drowned, CDT reprise > CDT, and Moby Dick shenanigans


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