, attached to 2010-07-04

Review by phishphan320

phishphan320 Note: This is a Couch Tour review, so keep that in mind. Look no further than Set II to realize the awesome-ness of this show.

After Forbin's>Mockingbird I knew they were going to bring it this show and there was no telling where they would take things. Ocelot was a nice jam and one of the new songs that I really like. MFMF was nice and Jibboo as a closer was interesting but worked out well.

I was a little "annoyed" that they went with DWD again as the second set opener but it's Phish playing live so what's to really complain about. As soon as they got into the jam of DWD I forgot about any apprehension I had and just rocked out. Piper>Ghost was sick and took me back to MPP night 2 earlier this tour. Waste was a good cool down and it was amusing (to me at least) to hear Trey flub the lyrics a little.

Now here is where things started to get wild. Julius is always a rockin' tune and they transitioned right into Mike's Song which filled everyone's "funk quota" for the evening. Harpua>Killing in the Name> Harpua > Paug has to be the highlight of the show though. That sh!t was wild and had me going nuts. Keep in mind this was all on a crackly, choppy stream so imagine what it was like live! I never thought I would head-bang to Phish but they had me raging! (pun intended). I would have loved to have seen what the pit looked like right up front.

All in all, awesome Early Summer Tour closer and after this leg as a whole, it's just been confirmed that Greek/Telluride are going to be INSANE. Anything can happen at this point.


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