, attached to 1999-07-10

Review by Palmer

Palmer Phish-Camden, New Jersey

SET 1- Wilson: Always a great opener in my opinion, very standard and set the pace for what was to come.

CDT: Best version thus far. What a wicked jam which stemmed out of a traditional version and continued to build wicked energy and fierce firepower throughout the 14 minutes. Love the Whale tone Trey used, which is currently present in the 2013 shows.

Roggae: One of my favorite songs which does not get enough play, a mellow version which I always find unique with the circa 1998-99 shows.

Water in the Sky: Another one off Ghost which is smooth and unique.


Sparkle: Nicely done, doesn't get enough play in the late stages of 1999.

Gin: We knew something was going to have to follow up after that blasting CDT in set 1, always welcoming late in sets.

Golgi: Standard, good set closer. A Great musical set, I like when Phish doesn't play the standard setlist stuff from albums, it is why we go and see them.

SET 2: Tweezer: Very rhythmic and very Type II throughout.

Mountains: Love this song, love trey's voice, the crisp slowness and emotion poured into this one.

BOAF: More Ghost which is always a fun time, in 1999 prior to the Farmhouse pancakes which were stacked high later in the year.

Circus: Good cover, like it don't love it.

Fluff: Great version, love the arrangement of this song and it only gets better the more they critique the segments of this one.

ENCORE: Beatles: Yes!, TWZ Reprise- What a great show.


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