, attached to 2010-10-23

Review by BuddyBrown

BuddyBrown This was a family show, no, not phamily.
It was also the type of show that hooks kids onto the band.
Phish still knows how to cultivate fans and they know where to do it.
They gave 'em a little bit of everything, stayed accessible, and ripped it up. I was impressed with how they did it and I'm sure a lot of college students went back to their dorm and tried to figure out the next time they could see them. This is why Phish are pros and why I feel they are totally committed, smooth, and in control here in 2010.
They are not stale, either. I like how they are breaking or ignoring molds with a Friday night Rock and Roll and two nights in-a-row Down With Disease. This goes back to the summer when they toyed Tweeprise to our delight throughout consecutive nights and sets.
Back to Phish owning it. Listen to the encore "Shine a Light," it's theirs.
Keep it up boys.


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