, attached to 2013-08-31

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads Firmly average-great show, although the second-set-opening Chalk Dust Torture is amazing, a jam that I like better than the month-prior "Tahoe Tweezer," in part because it's mercifully free of woo-ing (though there's one in every crowd!) Wolfman's Brother and Bathtub Gin in the first set are extended a bit each, and worth hearing, but the big jam is the big draw. Light -> 46 Days and Steam -> Free are great segues, though, even if Steam was abbreviated to fewer than 6 minutes to accomplish the latter. Tweezer towards the end of the set only features about 2 minutes of Type II. On the Road Again is a nice Phish debut, foreshadowing the excellent Fall 2013 tour and its Hallowe'en Run.


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