, attached to 2010-06-12

Review by EducateFright

EducateFright It's true that this show was a bit of a letdown after the previous night in Chicago. This was a relaxed affair overall (and even the crowd seemed quite a bit more relaxed than they were in Chicago). Set 1 took a long time to wind up, and the band didn't really start to cook until Mikes (I definitely enjoyed TTE, however). The lengthy BDtNL jam didn't go anywhere for quite a while, until the boys finally found a sweet spot. Everyone was surprised by Instant Karma! It almost sounded like they were going to try to jam it out, but they just kind of gave up. It will be interesting to see if they play this song again, and where it goes. Oh Kee Pa was great, and Suzy was a lot of fun as well.
This was more or less an average Phish show at a great venue. We didn't make it to the next night, but it sure looks like they kicked ass!


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