, attached to 2003-02-21

Review by JonBaker

JonBaker I loved this show. I was standing on the right side of the stage and could throw a football at Fishman. It was the best seats I've ever had at this point for a Phish show, even the seats I had for Cincinnati in 1999 when I was on the floor. Wilson, Frankenstein and DWD were all ass kickers to start off the show. Lifeboy was a little bit of a let down, not what I expected at all, but right back up again with a good Boogie on Raggae Woman and into another good one Run like an Antelope, and finishing off the first set with a walk to the edge of the stage and doing I Didn't Know. A surprise ending. They started off the second set with a great Mike's Song leading into Free, Waste, 2001 and Harry Hood. All were very good and had the crowd into it, big time.The went into a little different direction doing All of These Dreams but coming back strong with a great Possum and Cavern to finish off things. I was letdown at this point when they played Wading in the Velvet Sea. Not a favorite of mine. I don't care for this song at all and headed for the door. Over all, it was a great show and I thought it was gonna be hard for Phish to top it the next night. I would have to wait and see. This was gonna be the first time I saw them back to back nights......


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