, attached to 2014-10-22

Review by zmadhungarian

zmadhungarian Long time fan (UVM '88), first time poster. I was never a huge fan of Soul Shakedown Party until now when I realized it means this show is going to rock!

The first set reminded me of what a west coast dead head said to me after what I thought was a smoking Dead show at MSG many moons ago. "Ah, Your an east coast bumpkin"..... The mellow first half of the set was a fat american beauty that I have not witnessed the like back east. Phish however knew there was a noreaster back home and it showed from ASIHTOS on. I thought I heard a Mound tease in JJLC, but maybe it was just JJLC. To top off Set one, I always like when they bring a little darkness with songs like MFMF.

As a big Who fan that has never caught a live Drowned, this set two opener got me off the couch dancing and smiling ear to ear in my cave.Not the greatest version, but I think it's a hard one to nail. This set totally took into account the noreaster back home and in true Phish form, the worse the weather the harder they rock!.

Loved loved loved it all even TYL which I thought was well placed and played. Wish I was there to hear the loudness of Steam, tightness of Mule and a ferocious Mikes Runaway Groove. Wish I had more time to write, but I'm sure some of you are glad I'm done.

Bottom line, I will download and so happy I picked this show to catch the couch ride wave.


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