, attached to 2013-10-31

Review by bigflopmoptop

bigflopmoptop I can understand the disappointment dokee felt after last night, but I am not one of them. I absolutely loved it. set one is not something you'll listen to over and over, but each song was played perfectly, including the tightest mound I've ever witnessed. Dave's energy guide in an awesome stash, on top of the there times they referenced it on Tuesday, twice in disease and once in taste. bathtub was fun. the kinds set you dance your ass off to, not study and reflect.
loved set 2 . wingsuit was pretty then rocked. fuego was awesome - 2 separate and distinct jams that take you too castlevania and beyond. the line starts funky then morphs to ballad. Monica was cool acoustic pop. waiting was a beautiful spooky lullabye. wombat was funkier than daft punk - seriously fun and awesome abe vegoda. snow was pretty and trippy. dream was poppy with a kdf like jam. 555 was a mike demented Motown, awesome key changes and trippy vocal lines. winterqueen was pretty, poppy and ambient somehow.then, I agree, Terry thanks the crowd as a disguised apology, which was cute. pearls - acoustic, jethro trey, Jill came down with $2.50. you never knew was like something off of moss that trey then hijacks - loved that combo.
set three was some of the finest shit I have ever seen. ghost takes s left turn to an upbeat jam, and csrini went five different places, each being awesome. birds was fantastic, as was hood. never a big bug fan, and loved it anyway. Great anteope and quinn. carini was one of the best things I ever heard.
what a night
one last note , this was a celebration of phish. not one cover until the encore.


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