, attached to 2010-07-03

Review by omnihead

omnihead WOW. Where do I begin? This was my 77th show since 95'. The energy from the band was up there with 95' Phish. I was only able to see this show; missed the next night. On paper, the setlists are almost a toss up, with a slight edge going to the 4th for the Col. Forbins > Mockingbird, Mike's Groove, and Harpua. However, upon listening to both shows on playback, I feel 7/3 was played better. And I'm NOT just saying that because I missed the 4th! The Destiny Unbound was nearly perfect; the Bathtub was probably the most energetic version I've ever heard. And McGrupp?! Are you kidding me? Throw in a Sanity and a raging Antelope closer, and you have one of the best first sets I've ever witnessed. Second set highlights were Tweezer, Slave, Possum, and Hood. I believe this is the first time Slave and Hood have appeared in the same set! Throughout the whole show Mike was turned WAY up. I don't think Tweezer has ever gotten so funky; even in fall of 97'. The crowd was SO amped for this show and I think it rubbed off on the band. Honestly...this show may be up there in my top five of the 77 shows I've attended. And Atlanta as a whole was definitely the highlight of the tour. Get this show!


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