, attached to 2000-06-14

Review by NigelTufnel

NigelTufnel A strong candidate for the greatest two set show not played on 12-31-99. If you dig/have the patience for ethereal, spaceland, glacial, experimental, mind-numblingly together Phish, this show is for you. The first set is totally laid back while also energetic...a very strange vibe surrounds the whole tape. Maybe it's the band's state of mind, the lack of crowd noise, or just the way it was recorded...but man if you don't feel like chilling out to this show ALL THE TIME.

Highlights include set one and set two. More specifically, a tragic Gumbo (personal favorite), an intergalactic Twist and following jam, and a solid Walk Away and following jam, and 2001, and a great encore, even if Trey sounds entirely worn out.

Get this show immediately if you've never experienced it. Because, after all, one does not simply "listen" to Fukuoka. One "lives" Fukuoka.


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