, attached to 2011-01-01

Review by fluffhead108

fluffhead108 It may be 2011, but this is one of the finer 2010 shows. A quick and narcotic Tube, Divided Sky, and Walls of the Cave highlight a first set full of heavy compositions (all very well done). Other than the Bowie closer, Set II is a glorious salute to open ended happy jamming. The Simple/Sneakin' Sally combo is the strongest section (check out the post-vocal Sally jam for some sexy, sexy grooves), but the Makisupa gets a full work out well worth the listen as well. Mix in a fun encore and the fact that this is the only "1/1" show in Phish history, and this one has all the makings of a modern classic.


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