, attached to 2013-10-31

Review by Dapness

Dapness Just really want to echo what Knox_Harrington said. Spot on man. I am in the same situatuation with a famitly and I feel exactly the same way. I'm hearing a lot of negativity about last night. I admit that I probably would have been dissappointed too wanting to party it up on Halloween with the likes of something fun and familiar a la Huey Lewis - Sports but set 2 last night was something personal and intimate. Picking Halloween was fitting for the devoted fans of yesteryear and maybe tough on young newcomers. Any fans from the early 90's that didn't appreciate what happened last night probably need to step back a bit. Realize that Phish has changed of course. For the most part thay are family people now with children. Their lyrics are a direct reflection of everything going on in their lives. Either walk with them in this maturation or try something different. There will NEVER be another Junta or Lawnboy album beacuase that's not where they are right now. I'm glad I couch toured it last night but it would have been cool to see Mike on that upright right in front of me. The other sets were pretty standard as most have said. Now behold as these family men pick up their instruments and roundhouse kick the doubters back in line these next 2 nights. Grip it and rip boys!


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