Saturday 09/01/2012 by bertoletdown

YOU'LL NEVER FORGET YOUR FIRST DICK'S (SPORTING GOODS PARK RECAP)

What a year 2012 is shaping up to be for Phish.

It is worth remembering that 2011 ended not with fireworks but fizzle, as the band turned in an uncharacteristically flaccid run at Madison Square Garden. I had firm hopes – but limp expectations – that Phish would emerge in 2012 with a renewed sense of purpose, creativity, and fun. Thus far they have shattered those expectations by delivering a first leg that snowballed gradually and even methodically to a SPAC-tacular finish, and a second leg that (while somewhat more erratic) has offered a lavish mess of jaw-dropping improvisational highlights.

What an embarrassment of riches, and what better place to conclude the second leg – or, perhaps, introduce a “third leg” of sorts – than Dick’s?

The band walks on stage at 8:22 Mountain Time and hauls ass into a rare “First Tube” opener. Trey adopts a stripped-down approach to his soloing in the outro jam, bypassing the more exotic stops on his pedalboard in favor of simple overdriven tones right up until the very last measure. High-octane stuff and an attention-grabbing start to say the least.

Bluegrass tunes out of the gate are always a grand omen at a Phish show, because the band tends to set them aside unless they’re feeling nimble and on-point. To wit, “Uncle Pen” comes out of nowhere and truly satisfies. The workout in the middle always reminds me of “The Rose of Alabama,” which reminds me of The Outlaw Josey Wales, which in turn reminds me of Clint Eastwood, who turned in the performance of his life last night at the Republican National Convention. [And yes, in retrospect, it’s clear that the song was not played for this reason.]

Carini” thunders forth at a deliberate clip and it doesn’t take a rocket surgeon to know by now that Phish’s pump is primed. Trey explores the wah-drenched minor through the peak, and then moves to his Digitech to explore the subdued major space while Mike goes staccato, way up on the fretboard. For the several minutes that follow there’s some wrestling as each of our heroes compete to introduce the Next Big Thought. As often happens, that journey is as interesting as any destination could ever be. Ultimately this “Carini” is a spellbinding version that may not quite stand up to DCU but makes an extremely compelling case for 2012 runner-up.

Kill Devil Falls,” one of this year’s over-performers, never quite blasts off, and that’s okay. I sort of like the idea of growers – songs that can telescope between short and long. Page has a few charming words to say per his recent routine, and after a hilarious “We Love Dick’s” chant, everybody’s favorite arpeggio announces the arrival of a super-rare, mid-first-set “YEM.”

At this point, the notion of a set that opens up like a flower, or peels back like the layers of an onion, can be summarily dismissed. Phish is in Denver tonight to punish your bishop. “YEM” is played flawlessly through the scripted section, then Trey grabs the reins immediately after tramps and throttles up furiously to a blazing climax. This antithesis of his delicate take on “YEM” at Bill Graham gives way to the most satisfying vocal jam in many years as the band picks up the “We Love Dick’s” chant, and sends it around the horn to gut-busting effect (“Fish/Page/Mike/Trey loves Dick’s...we all love Dick’s...”).

A well-earned “Ocelot” rears its head next, still warm from its appearance at St. Louis... but who’s bitching? As I mentioned in my recap from that show, it’s a song that continues to earn more of its keep with each successive version. Fishman shows quite a bit of restraint here, holding the peak at well over arm’s length for a good long while before Trey quotes “Crosseyed and Painless” and trills his way to an arguably ordinary climax. But it’s the last ordinary piece of business we’ll see this set, because by now, the tronz are ablaze with tweets from fans who have decoded tonight’s secret message – which is not “DRINK MORE OVALTINE,” but “FUCK YOU, UNSPECIFIED PREDICATE.

That’s right – just as last year’s Dick’s run began with a show featuring songs that all began with the letter “S,” tonight’s show heaps some alphabetic gamesmanship onto the pile. Oh, it’s on.

This means that not too many songs could come next but “Undermind.” I am in lust with this song, and it’s welcome back after a one-show breather because it pushes all my buttons. It’s plainly obvious that every single band member loves this tune as well, because each of them get to show off, and anybody who can manage to sit still for this boogerific throwdown is off my Christmas card list. Recently, it’s about the full band bonus jam, which once again veers off in majestic, elfen directions. Mike does what he does best, injecting raw emotion into the most unexpected of places, while Fishman feeds rhythmic coal into the furnace and Trey calls in the whales to draw this electrifying jam to a close.

This no-less-than-stunning “Undermind” – which like the St. Louis “Limb By Limb” immediately re-defines what the song is capable of – ties a bow on what may very well shake out as the best first set of 3.0, the brilliant gimmick notwithstanding. Time and further examination will tell, but for now it’s time to catch our breath. Perhaps the second set will complete the dis? I can’t wait to find out, and I’m 100% certain that’s the plan.

As the second set kicks off, “Runaway Jim” suggests a few potential targets in the crosshairs of Phish’s callout. Romney? Rheumatoid arthritis? Rigatoni? Riboflavin? Rickshaw? Rod Carew? Whatever lies ahead, the brilliance of this gambit now becomes obvious: the shorter the word, the more compelled the band will be to jam, so as to fill 3 hours of stage time. I find myself praying for “FUCK YOU, RA,” so we can enjoy a set-long “Runaway Jim” jam followed by a cleansing “After Midnight.” And for a few awkward moments it sounds like that might transpire.

While I’m ultimately thwarted, this approach yields a “Runaway Jim” that goes entirely off-leash for the first time in far too long, and Lord what a blessing. I will resist the temptation to poorly describe this “Jim” and simply encourage you to give it a listen. It’s far from perfection but it’s a wonderfully game grasp for glory, and easily the most compelling version in quite some time.

The arrival of “Farmhouse” lets a bit of the air out of the gimmick by eliminating every reasonably possible anagram but one, which at this point one must assume will be the encore (editor’s note: WRONG).

A gloriously lilting and loopy end to “Farmhouse” bleeds patiently and ominously into a minutes-long setup for a monstrous “2001” – which of course is also known as “Also Sprach Zarathustra” by geeks like me. This ambient stretch finally terminates in “Alaska,” serving a well-earned sub-fuck-you to geeks like me.

Once again, Phish... well played.

Chalk Dust Torture” seems an obvious choice for the C-song, but there is good news. See, the gimmick has Phish cornered, and they can either (a) choose to jam the ever-living shit out of this as they have several times since Hampton 2009, or (b) find an “E” song that they can extend for a good half hour. The second false ending in as many “Chalk Dusts” confirms suspicions that we’re in for (a). An extended “CDT” walkabout ensues, climbing a pretty damned respectable ladder to land among the 3.0 elite. And with a smile and a nod between Trey and Mike, the by-now-not-so-secret message culminates in a confection: the first “Emotional Rescue” in 12 years. Confounding expectation, Phish finishes the meta-idea by concluding its second set with “Fuck Your Face.”

At this point, the double encore of “Grind” and “Meatstick” serves little purpose other than to reinforce the entirely puerile nature of tonight’s statement, and to call our attention back to what came before it. All of this structure, after all is said and done, is pure distraction. What matters, and what we’ll talk about when it comes time to buy tickets to Denver next year, is the music. I’ll need a day or two to be sure, but in the immediate wake of tonight’s performance, I feel reasonably confident calling this the finest evening of music that Phish has delivered since 2003.

In no way do I mean to diminish SF3 or St. Louis, and in no way to I mean to set a bar that’s too tall for Dick’s 2 or Dick’s 3 to clear. Just calling them as I see them from my humble perch, and hoping you all enjoyed it as much as I did.

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Comments

, comment by switz
switz Great review. Haven't read one negative thing on .net, twitter, PT, etc and damn does that feel good.
, comment by lumpblockclod
lumpblockclod Best show of 3.0, easy. When people accuse the admins of being jaded or overly critical of certain shows, understand that it's because of shows like this that we may come across that way. If every show is the greatest thing they've ever played, you run out of superlatives (and lack the credibility) to properly describe shows like 8/31/12.
, comment by MongoNugget
MongoNugget If you didn't realize it yet the first letter of the songs they played before fuck your face spells fuck your face
, comment by kyediggs
kyediggs wozers you are so right the gag was great but the way they played almost every song like they were 20 again was amazing. The meatstick did have a purpose though and that was to remind us about dicks so we had 2 gagfs going during one of the finest performances ive heard this era. there are others spac3 bg3 utica but tonight was all of those wrapped in a large cheeseball which is the phish from VT
, comment by kyediggs
kyediggs I never think you admins are jaded just telling the truth which some peeps cant handle. Lets fave it if you have been seeing phish since 95 (in my case) we are all def spoiled but om never jaded i go in with no expectations and never leave unsatisfied. I always leave wanting more
, comment by bertoletdown
bertoletdown @MongoNugget said:
If you didn't realize it yet the first letter of the songs they played before fuck your face spells fuck your face
No shit.

Are you serious?
, comment by InsectEffect
InsectEffect
Thanks for another solid review, @bertoletdown.

An acrostic show, delivered in true Phish fashion!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acrostic

Farmhouse was an especially poor choice, I thought, and deflated the energy of the fanastic and truly runaway Jim -- Free, Fluffhead, Frankenstein, etc would have fit the "F" slot better. The space jam helped make up for that, though, and the show was brilliant overall. Best First Set of 2012, easy. Get your ears around the stunning Undermind asap, people.
, comment by asfoolasiam
asfoolasiam wish they had gone with AC/DC Bag rather than Alaska. then they could have fucked a Bag of Dick's. :p
, comment by MongoNugget
MongoNugget If you put the whole show together with the first letter spell out of F.U.C.K.Y.O.U.R.F.A.C.E > Fuck Your Face and Grind Your Meatstick. The themed show stricks again. Dick Dick Dick!!!!!
, comment by n00b100
n00b100 Another great review. I definitely think this is a great show; I am not yet certain to anoint it the best of the year, let alone of 3.0. I will say that it is a rarity (outside of the setlist gimmick) in that you could make a strong case for a Set 1 jam to be the best of a show, as the Undermind here might be.
, comment by nichobert
nichobert It spells Fuck Your Face? I'm not seeing it.

And while the Undermind and Carini were both spellbinding. The way that Jim moved through styles and emotions like it was flipping through a magazine just melts my brain.

It sounds like a mission statement from 3.0 - Take the way we jammed in 93 or 94, throwing tons of ideas at the wall to see what sticks, but use all the restraint and taste we learned along the way to make damn near everything not only stick to the wall but stick together. It's like every 45-60 seconds from 11 minutes to 17 or 18, they've fully morphed into a new idea in a completely effortless manner.

I read one bad review of the show. The guy was talking about how bad it is when Chalkdust is the highlight of a show, and bitching endlessly about Ocelot and Alaska and Undermind. He thought Undermind "Went nowhere" which IMO was enough to invalidate any opinions he had by itself.
, comment by jeddy3
jeddy3 Spac3 was for the heads. Dicks1 for the masses. Both amazing.
, comment by watsiyem
watsiyem Personally loved the Farmhose. Incredible Trey solo
, comment by ckess22
ckess22 Good review of a triumphant show. Well be rocking this for a long time; only question, what's next?
, comment by andrewrose
andrewrose I'm just listening now. A fiery First Tube to be sure. On paper, but FYF gimmicks aside, this is the kind of Phish I live for. Two or three nice jams in the first set, a big second set opener, some expected space and outro jams, a beyond-novelty bustout, a punctuation mark of an encore. More jams and fewer songs goes such a long way towards making me want to listen to an entire show front to back after the fact, which is what I'm doing today.

The best night of Phish since 2003 is a bold statement, @bertoletdown, when you consider that suggests last night tops 6/20/04. I can't make a judgement there yet, but I'm pretty pumped to hear this Undermind and Jim to say the least.
, comment by andrewrose
andrewrose That should say *unexpected space.

Through the Carini now. I was at DCU. I'd definitely give this Lumpy Head (Dick's) the #1 nod.
, comment by randomreader
randomreader Minor note - this is the 2nd time we've had a 2001/Alaska fakeout - it happened in Camden in '10. Of course, 2001 was played that night - directly after Alaska - it was the Michael Jackson Death Mashup version.
, comment by benadams
benadams It was a great show but I just felt like there were a ton of flubs, and even the Fuck your Face wasn't the best. Overall it was just off, absolutely there were highlights all over both sets, but after BGCA, Oak Mtn, Charlotte, and St. Louis? it just wasn't on the same level. The best part is is that the boys have two more nights to turn the gearshift into the high gear of our souls!!!!
, comment by HelpingFriend
HelpingFriend My thoughts are that the FYF message in this show is a reference to Clint Eastwood's RNC speech the night before, where Clint was (now famously) talking to a make-believe Obama in an empty chair and said at least once as if responding, "What? No, I can't do that to myself." Or, "No, he can't do that to himself." Who knows, could just be Dick's.
, comment by andrewrose
andrewrose @benadams said:
It was a great show but I just felt like there were a ton of flubs, and even the Fuck your Face wasn't the best. Overall it was just off, absolutely there were highlights all over both sets, but after BGCA, Oak Mtn, Charlotte, and St. Louis? it just wasn't on the same level. The best part is is that the boys have two more nights to turn the gearshift into the high gear of our souls!!!!
I hope for your sake you're kidding.
, comment by bertoletdown
bertoletdown @nichobert said:

I read one bad review of the show. The guy was talking about how bad it is when Chalkdust is the highlight of a show, and bitching endlessly about Ocelot and Alaska and Undermind. He thought Undermind "Went nowhere" which IMO was enough to invalidate any opinions he had by itself.
Anybody who slags last night -- I don't care who, or how many shows they've seen -- is really, really bad at Phish.
, comment by bertoletdown
bertoletdown @MongoNugget said:
If you put the whole show together with the first letter spell out of F.U.C.K.Y.O.U.R.F.A.C.E > Fuck Your Face and Grind Your Meatstick. The themed show stricks again. Dick Dick Dick!!!!!
You know that literally everybody had this all figured out before they went to bed last night, right?

You're just trolling, right?

Just checking.
, comment by bertoletdown
bertoletdown @andrewrose said:
I'm just listening now. A fiery First Tube to be sure. On paper, but FYF gimmicks aside, this is the kind of Phish I live for. Two or three nice jams in the first set, a big second set opener, some expected space and outro jams, a beyond-novelty bustout, a punctuation mark of an encore. More jams and fewer songs goes such a long way towards making me want to listen to an entire show front to back after the fact, which is what I'm doing today.

The best night of Phish since 2003 is a bold statement, @bertoletdown, when you consider that suggests last night tops 6/20/04. I can't make a judgement there yet, but I'm pretty pumped to hear this Undermind and Jim to say the least.
While I like SPAC 04 an awful lot, I think the best of 03 trumps the best of 04. I realize that isn't necessarily a popular opinion but there you have it.
, comment by HenryHolland
HenryHolland Damn it damn it damn it DAMN. IT. I went to the Dick's run last year and had an amazing time, but I couldn't go this year due to having to save up for a new car.

Can't wait to download this.....
, comment by andrewrose
andrewrose @bertoletdown said:
@andrewrose said:
I'm just listening now. A fiery First Tube to be sure. On paper, but FYF gimmicks aside, this is the kind of Phish I live for. Two or three nice jams in the first set, a big second set opener, some expected space and outro jams, a beyond-novelty bustout, a punctuation mark of an encore. More jams and fewer songs goes such a long way towards making me want to listen to an entire show front to back after the fact, which is what I'm doing today.

The best night of Phish since 2003 is a bold statement, @bertoletdown, when you consider that suggests last night tops 6/20/04. I can't make a judgement there yet, but I'm pretty pumped to hear this Undermind and Jim to say the least.
While I like SPAC 04 an awful lot, I think the best of 03 trumps the best of 04. I realize that isn't necessarily a popular opinion but there you have it.
Actually I agree that the best of 03 tops the best of 04. But you suggested that last night was the best Phish since 2003, which would mean it was better than SPAC 04, no? The fact that we're comparing is ridiculously exciting.
, comment by andrewrose
andrewrose Linus and Lucy jam in Undermind...
, comment by ReeYees
ReeYees Excellent review! Well done! I usually don't comment on other reviews but I have to say that you hit the nail on the head with this one.

What a night! I feel like I already got my money's worth for the whole weekend in just one show.
, comment by mikec
mikec I'll not add anything to your excellent and humorous review. You got it right.
I just wanna say thanks for giving me somewhere else to go besides Phish Thoughts
Unrealistic and often maddening ramblings. Good lord that guy grinds my gears. Anyway
Keep doin what your doin, it's much appreciated. Side note, when I checked the set list last nite and saw Farmhouse and Alaska in the meat of the 2nd set, I thought it was awesome.
The band completely sayin fuck you these songs can fuck your face too. I love it!
, comment by Dressed_In_Gray
Dressed_In_Gray "Phish is in Denver tonight to punish your bishop."

Fantastic line, here. Describe the set, allude to the band's chess inclinations, and a dick joke, all in one.

Good work!
, comment by The_Marsist
The_Marsist Perhaps the most elaborate use of potty humor EVER. That's a long way to go for a dick joke...I'm impressed.
, comment by bertoletdown
bertoletdown @andrewrose said:
@bertoletdown said:
@andrewrose said:
I'm just listening now. A fiery First Tube to be sure. On paper, but FYF gimmicks aside, this is the kind of Phish I live for. Two or three nice jams in the first set, a big second set opener, some expected space and outro jams, a beyond-novelty bustout, a punctuation mark of an encore. More jams and fewer songs goes such a long way towards making me want to listen to an entire show front to back after the fact, which is what I'm doing today.

The best night of Phish since 2003 is a bold statement, @bertoletdown, when you consider that suggests last night tops 6/20/04. I can't make a judgement there yet, but I'm pretty pumped to hear this Undermind and Jim to say the least.
While I like SPAC 04 an awful lot, I think the best of 03 trumps the best of 04. I realize that isn't necessarily a popular opinion but there you have it.
Actually I agree that the best of 03 tops the best of 04. But you suggested that last night was the best Phish since 2003, which would mean it was better than SPAC 04, no? The fact that we're comparing is ridiculously exciting.
Yes, yes, you're correct and I apologize.

I guess the salient point is that I prefer last night to SPAC 04, which I'd concede is the high-water mark for 2004.

There are a few 2003 shows that I think you have to consider as in the same league as last night, 2/28/03 being the most obvious. And I think you could argue a pretty robust case for last night being as good or better than that show, but it's too early to decide that. More listens first.
, comment by bertoletdown
bertoletdown @Dressed_In_Gray said:
"Phish is in Denver tonight to punish your bishop."

Fantastic line, here. Describe the set, allude to the band's chess inclinations, and a dick joke, all in one.

Good work!
I am elated you got it. :)
, comment by The_Marsist
The_Marsist Too bad Triar Fuck didn't make an appearance at the show. I hear he tucks at fucking.
, comment by hutchinsonluke
hutchinsonluke best dick joke ever. and great review. thanks.
, comment by ProfPhan
ProfPhan Please stop saying best show since 03.

You're making yourself look foolish and spitting in the face of 6/19/04 and 6/20/04 - which are absolutely bonkers good!

If they broke out A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing or Piper (6/19) or a Waves, Drowned, Seven Below or Twist (6/20) at Dicks y'all would be saying you saw angels flying atop the arena.

Keep it in perspective, please.
, comment by bertoletdown
bertoletdown @ProfPhan said:
Please stop saying best show since 03.

You're making yourself look foolish and spitting in the face of 6/19/04 and 6/20/04 - which are absolutely bonkers good!

If they broke out A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing or Piper (6/19) or a Waves, Drowned, Seven Below or Twist (6/20) at Dicks y'all would be saying you saw angels flying atop the arena.

Keep it in perspective, please.
Damned if we do, damned if we don't.

All of us take pains to call them as we see/hear them. When we properly evaluate an average or below average show, we're accused of being too critical, or falling out of love with the band, and instructed to hang up our hobby. When we properly evaluate a historically phenomenal show, somebody like you stops by to accuse us of being fluffers.

I've already laid a wreath at the SPAC 04 altar in the comments above. Untwist your panties, Mary.
, comment by AlbanyYEM
AlbanyYEM So I apologize in advance for length, possible homo-erotic references, adjective redundancy, and a lack of knowledge of musical theory.

This is the long review I've been asking other people to do because I am too lazy to do it myself. The only thing that competes with my laziness is my finely honed sense of procrastination, of which this review was done in a blissful state. Aside: don't even try to read Husserl. That guy is a dick to the face in his own right.

As was said before, a patient first tube that still grabs you. Not a sonic assault, but still shakes you and says wake up this is a phish show.

Uncle Pen is sharp. Not 94 sharp, but this is pretty darn tight. I think people tend to forget just how hard it is to play these bluegrass songs. The breakdowns require rhythmic precision as there is just no faking it through these turns. Trey comes pretty close to nailing it and of course everyone else is on point.

Carini, ahhh, Carini. How far has this song come in 3.0?

6:45 a switch towards major key melody, amazing fills by mike at 7:00 sustain turned melodious run at 7:30 by trey. Just gorgeous stuff in here, complete understanding of the spaces between notes.

Locking into a repeating ascending/descending run by mike and trey 8-9, then trey takes the helm pushing the little theme with more force, hiiiigh notes by mike 9:15.

9:30 whammy-esque effects by trey leading to more space/ambience. Some power chording by trey around 10-10:30 followed by start stop and siiiick mike effects. A haze enveloping leading to some powerful trey licks, a la fall 97. Think of if they took an Izabella waaaaay out there. Just a patient crescendo here punctuated by some scratch, as things turn ambient again at 12:45.

High hat by fish as the swell washes out to a more post-apocalyptic feel. It gets louder as the rhythm slows down. Fantastic bleeding out.

And here comes Kill Devil Falls. First solo break shows a patient trey that is not hitting us over the head with the chordal changes. Heating up to a mini-peak of sustained tonics around the 5 minute mark. When you get to a hot peak its just so much more satisfying after stretching out first. Like foreplay. Bringing a bit of heat around 7 with some nice runs that culminate in a mash up of double-stop strumming and sustain.

Trey saying how phish loves dicks, and a nice rimshot (haha) by Fish punctuated by a crowd chant of "we love dicks" too. I think they had to add "Sporting Goods" between "Dick's" and "Park" to try and alleviate some of the obvious hilarity but I still label as simply "Dick's Park." Which leads us to YEM. So I'll put on my best Charlie Dirksen face and go after the YEM. But really, the guy has done enough, like 500 reviews.

Pre nirvana has a spacy interlude, showing some patience again. Nirvana at 3:31 and the dancing page runs are gloriously good as always. I think we may all sometimes forget just how good this portion sounds. If we had to win over friends and neighbors to the dark side, playing the YEM composed section alone might be enough.

Darkness in the pre-charge mike section at 4:15-4:30. A splash of yang to the yin of glorious melody. Good sustain at 5:43 and 5:53, not quite the *note* though. Ah 6:26 monsters in the machine at the real attempt at the note.

AHHHHHH BOY!! Emphatic after a whole band scream. Funky ass Mike between the "lyrics" A little clop by Fish at 7:30 or so.

Pre- Tramps take off by page on what I think might be the clav before the second Washuffizi. And organ proper on the tramps segment. Using rhythm to emphasize the changes in the first half of the 9 minute mark. Greeeaat run using the left hand by page here to fill the low end with chordal emphasis while running along with the right at 9:45. Just locked in groove, well done sir.

Peak at 10:05 and trey enters chording along nicely. 10:22 trey proper. Low end slaky groove with a perky rhythm. Emphasizing the ends of the runs with quasi-staccato. Sustain at 11:18 cloud-like support by Page here (I can't think of any other term). And Mike steps into the space! Funking it up in dreamy fashion. Trey steps back and then enters again with a bit more passion around 11:52 especially. 12:11 for real. Taking the helm during the 13th minute by trey. Just a good solid lead in here (nothing to die for mind-blowing) but still a reasonably passionate take on the old warhorse. Things get dirty at 13:45 with some double time strum-lead by trey leading to Mike's section. B+D I suppose.

Mike is his usual funked out self with the filter. Following the melody with some nice changes at 15:00-15:25. Ok, he definitely stepped out of the box at the end there. Well done. Most hilarious and best Vocal Jam by faaar. Cheesecake can eat a dick for all I care. They are cracking up here at 16:40. Seriously, a must hear VJ. Ends 18:35: 18:56- "I hope you're all having as much fun as we are" Trey.

Ocelot: this little jam has finally earned its lot-T. Its been a little-extra decent lately and goes from being enjoyable both for the song and the little type I mini-jam it contains. The song itself has such syncopated tension before the tonic chord that its a great listen on its own. You know, where you get the extra-hard hod bop when it comes to that chord when dancing.

Jam at 4:05 with a coy trey taking slow lead sustain. Dirty note at 4:27. Very solid playing all around here wIth trey swelling in and out and dancing around some trills at 5:37. The slow-played dirty emphasis on the notes leading to a more rapid peaking reminds me of (dare I say it) a really solid Ten Jed. But of course trey's a very different guitarist than Jerry with more concern about the build-release. Which is excellent here by the way around the 8 minute mark. Repeating trills up and down the neck at 8 to 8:30 with a big drop back into the structure-rhythmically nailed.

UUUUNDERMIND….aaaahhhh. Flashbacks to the Element at UIC. Also, the lyrics are far more appropriate to 3.0 than 2.0.

1:55 and we're in the organ, trey pull-ups (chording or soloing?) with mike bouncing on the notes. Fish at slight syncopation not playing the downbeat. Just great great standard type-I in here, trey playing the melody outright at 3:30 and again at 3:40 reminding us all what song is it we wanna hear??

Fantastic staccato runs at around 4, trey puts on a bit more sustain and we're back to the verse.

Lryically fading away into the jam with trey "undecided undefined" how is THAT for a jam mantra? Amazing interplay between trey and mike immediately. Trey's playing a two chord structure that (while I repeat is not, not in any way a tease of FOTM) can be best described as similar in structure to Fire. But in no way at all is a tease or a jam or anything else. Just a musical reference point here of my own device for review purposes. Between the rhythmic stressing of the two notes by trey's chording there, is a really fast Mike run that is just prefect contrast to what trey is playing. A role reversal from the traditional guitarist-bassist interplay.

Anyway, hear it. Hear it. Just hear it. That little bit from 5:15 to 6:15 alone is what I'm referring to above (and I'm not even describing page in here, tasteful organ accompaniment). 6:30 things open up quite a bit punctuated by the occasional woodblock clop. A hazy escape from the song structure itself towards new horizons. Sustain by trey at 7:43 signaling further departure. reaching upwards in the still-probably-type-I soloing from trey at 8:15- 8:45. Finding a theme at 8:57-9! Which trey shows us (this could easily be a key change but of course I am deaf so someone else can fill in on this one) and then proceeds to immediately trill away from. Yet, the rest of the band is LOCKED into. Subtly running around the theme without playing it exactly, while the melodic structure is intact. Trey picking out which notes to emphasize here at 9:50-10:15 turning on some kind of elfin phase shifter blocking the build the rest of the band was going to go after.

This does not deny the build, just causes its tensions to be EVEN larger. This is a slow dripping glorious run up to the mountain top. Trey's jedi glory melody building in here 11:40-12 ahhhh that run at 12. Just exuding happy melody WITH a build. I might have to consult Charlie or Benjy Eisen, but I believe this is the DEFINITION OF HOSE!! Just fantastic repeating trilling three notes building and building and building ahhhhh fish 13:25 pushes a gear shift trey sustain at 13:30!!!! This is seriously orgasmic.

Just absolutely transcending playing, they alll hit the same peak at 14:18 and *hold on* till 14:45 washing the jam out to the end. This is the Dick's show so I'll just get extremely homosexual and say it: this sounds like all 4 of them coming at the same time. Subtle and patient, extremely connected to each other, they almost know what each will do before they do it. They all hit that final peak at exactly the same time, and the music's over. Not because they have decided to end the jam but because when everyone comes the sex is over.

Sorry for that excursion into homo-erotic group orgy imagery, but I cannot think of a better way to illustrate the kind of connectedness in jamming I mean here. This is definitely one of those "music plays the band" moments where they are just receiving the language of the gods beamed into their souls by a culture of aliens much further advanced than our own. This is what best YEMs and Gins of 1.0 are made of. This is their exact DNA filtered through the consciousness of the band at this stage of their career. Go back and listen to your favorite 1.0 jams and I'll tell you, this holds up with any of them. When you glimpse perfection, it can only be repeated and never bettered.

I feel at this point, regrettably, a disclaimer is warranted. I don't mean to be that guy claiming that his "phish dick" is the biggest, but I feel that given the Undermind review I have to give some context. I am not a fluffer and this isn't Mr. Miner speaking. There are 497 shows in my phish collection and I have heard every note of all of them. So I don't just go giving praise where it isn't warranted and trust me when I say I know the historical context of phish.

And that, my friends is the end of the first set. I'll say it again. The. First. Set. Also, they have spelled out "FUCK YOU" as everyone who with a pulse has recognized already.

"Hey, Hey, we're not finished" from Page it sounds like. Audience already yelling Fuck Your Face!! Happy B-Day to Matty from Waterwheel.

AND we're off into Runaway Jim. Which, fwiw, I thought was a great left turn when everybody was thinking Rock n Roll after the recent excursions. Standard tightness, with the Mike lead on the melody at 2:30 building up to the classic trey intro. God, it takes a show like this to remind me how much I love Phish songs. Remember when you first heard them? Quiet part and slam! into the archetypical Jim dynamics.

Solo at 4:45 adding a little flavor, very patient. Not emphasizing the notes again but the beautifully textured spaces between them. Playful runs by trey around 5:30. Picking up a little heat: sustaaaain, quick run, sustaaaain, quick run. Chording at 6:52 interspersed with runs. 7:05 dark direction, could be key change to minor. I always felt the mark of a great guitar player was the ability to play lead and rhythm at the same time which trey evidences. Some space at 8:15. Kinda losing the previous hold of direction. Still searching at 9. Great turn to punctuated higher notes at 9:06 by trey. Mike offering direction at 9:25. Gorgeous filtered runs by trey around 9:35. Chording with more purpose at 9:50 and more heat from trey. Biiiiig upstart of new direction around 10:30 from trey. Fully locked at 10:56 awesome page loooow chording. Smoky flavored.

This direction is taken hold of and explored through the 12th minute with great trey wah mutes scratches. BAM BAM ba da da BAM BAM. Best I can do, sorry. Hendrix mute scratches again. This is definitely underscoring the rhythm of the jam more than melody through 13:15. Mike takes over a lead at 13:25. Space opens up at 13:45.

Filtered stuff from Mike at 14, more introspective but very engaging still at this point. Long sustain by Trey and Mike filling in with an Arabian scale lead. Very awesomely Floydish. Mike making it his bitch at 14:50. Backwards guitar intro by Trey at 15. AHHH, there we are. Walking down the hall, father!, yes son?, I want to kill you! Spin 3.1.97 again. Darkly done. Losing the grip a little at 16, Trey turning more melodic. Another key reversal in this jam.

Kind of in between major and minor, like a sunny day with clouds on the horizon. Sorry for the cheese. Sustain by Trey at 17:22 and its a nice descending waterfall trills at 17:35, with power chording at 17:40, page fills at 17:48 repeating trey chords of power at 17:55. great Mike run at 18:15, organ swells by Page at 18:25 mixed with light piano (nice). An almost rhythmic stop and some melody by Trey at 18:50. Mike bomb 19:08 watch out! Page plays something on the clav I swear is something recognizable, sounding a bit like Kraftwerk. Machine robot melody glory.

19:45 strange effects. Highhat and tom roll. Farmhouse.

Beautiful sustain 3:35-4:24. Yes that's right almost a minute of sustain from trey. One of those teary-eyed moments at the show for sure. Gorgeous soloing, a must-hear Farmhouse. Haha, its awesome to be able to say that. How far has this song come in 3.0? I mean, wow. Bigtime effects from all present 6:20-10:53. No other way to say it, others have already said it on the review board here. Very pleasant to hear and another great fake out. I repeat, very pleasant. Okay, I have to mention the Floyd run by Mike at 10:35. Listen.

Like a cop knocking on your window when you are right about to spark up a J, Alaska comes in instead of 2001. Talk about a slap in the face. Wow. Again, hate to be that guy but I like this song much better when it was called Tennessee Jed. Once the awful awful cheese lyrics are over, things get better. A buddy of mine said, "Hey its your favorite!!!" right when they played this at UIC and before I could get a word out about what an asshole he was the girl right in front of us said, "Me too!" Hahaha, I guess you get what you deserve at a phish show.

Seriously though, crunchy chording by Trey who seems very enthused to be playing Alaska. Dirty bend by Trey at 4:37 to enter the solo/jam. Really nice tone and bends. Nice fill from page at 6 repeating the descending bridge which trey locks onto at 6:20. Heating up at 8 fuzzy dirty sustain with trey nailing the peaks.

Chalkdust with great rhythmic punctuations between the change to the main riff by Trey and solid Mike fills. "CAN'T I LIVE WHILE IM YOUNG?!" at 2:08. This song is such an energy beast. Solo at 3:15 which we shall see turns into a *jam* instead of a solo for the 2nd one. Standard chalkdust soloing at this point though. Nice first release at 4:08. Big energy strum to release at 4:30 and another ascending run peak at 4:50. Oooh, 5 min mark TRILLS UP THE NECK! Nice stuff there. Main theme return and back into verse at 5:33.

Hmm missed change at 6:20 by Trey turned into gold by a power dive at 6:45. 7 Mike comes in in a big way, they all seem to be on the same page here about the jamming impetus. No false endings. Trey developing rhythm bouncing off mike at 7:30. Niiice quote of the original melody in low register by Page at 7:38. Funk funky playing at this point with Mike and Page in fine form and Trey really fastly chording in mute wah. Maintaining chalkdust pace here yet space opens up in the jam. Reminds me of the "quiet section" of a Weekapaug 7:30-9:00. Trey comes in soloing off this pace at 9 with force, the pace not dictating an early peak but the semi-staccato. Hitting the peaks with lead-rhyhm emphasized here. 10:06 nice spunky line by trey picked up on by Mike. Neeeeearly plinko but not quite. Things turn melodic in a big way at 10:30 simultaneously by Trey and Mike. Great melodic chording in here.

This point sounds like a sped-up chordal version of the Alpine Fee. If that makes any sense. Trey picks up on a repeating pattern/run and throws it through permutations 11-12 min mark. Things shift with a 5 note slice of glory at 12. Righteously repeated by Trey and Mike into a beautiful little jam. Melodic and fast, this is very very nice. Tease at 13:15 of Linus and Lucy perhaps? I know its something I just can't place. Jessica? Maybe. Either way it sounds glorious and is interwoven with the lead lines of Trey through 13:35. 13:50 things become lighter with a nice Mike run at 14. 14:15 wow! Trey picks up this some melody but, instead of playing the lead, he chords to a chalkdust pace, this heavenly melody. Very nice stuff in here and demonstrative of slight shifts that go a long way in big jams.

Back to to solo in 15:13 with the band locked in more passionate soloing over this intricate band play. High notes from Trey at 16. Forceful single punctuation notes at 16:25 through 16:40, just amazingly inventive guitar work. Fading in repetitious effects haze at 16:55, using the digital delay perhaps, that sounds like sonic lasers slicing through a sunset. Seriously great and mesmerizing stuff at the 18th minute mark. Exactly at 18 things turn reflectively haze and the smoke clears.

Top notch stuff here. Top notch. Very close to hose if not actually so. I would be absolutely drooling over this jam if it weren't for the fact that I just heard the musical voice of baby jesus speaking to the Community of Phish in mystical reassurances in the Undermind Jam.

Hilarious falsetto by Mike on Emotional Rescue. Seriously though, he's got some vocal skill. Will this be another 20 minute '97 style dip? No. And that would just be greedy anyway. Nice chordal bass work too.

The capping glory of Fuck Your Face comes. Further humor by the encores.

Taken as a whole, I'd say this is the best show of 3.0. Others have there moments but this motherfucker was crafted. No moments of uncertainness or adolescent anxiety. A dick to the face for sure.
, comment by GAMEHENDGEPHONICS
GAMEHENDGEPHONICS Farmhouse could have been foam. Fishman plays the beat during the Jim jam.
, comment by Fallopian_Dude
Fallopian_Dude Personally, I thought Farmhouse was quite loverly.
, comment by phootyjon
phootyjon some much HOSE.........third spin of this show....still...so...good.
, comment by kungkungkung
kungkungkung To @bertoletdown:

Great review. Keep 'em coming. There are handfulls of 2.0 and 3.0 shows that, to use your own words, "need a wreath laid at their altars". But, IMO, this show and the subsequent 2 after it, musically speaking, are better than them all. I'm starting to think we need to stop saying "jamming" so much, because compositionally breaking the music down and putting it back together is not what I would consider a jam. It's too tight for that. They are an incredible band now, not a Jam Band. But love it. Love it. Love it!!!! I love Dicks!
, comment by kungkungkung
kungkungkung Missed the apostrophe on Dick's at the end of my previous review. Oops haha.
, comment by n00b100
n00b100 After a few more listens, I'm going to go all in and say this is my show of the year and probably show of 3.0, mainly because while the second set has competition for best 2nd set of 3.0 (6/3 and 8/15/11, BGCA & Star Lake this year, maaaaaybe 11/28/09), no other 3.0 show has anything close to this show's first set (IMO, of course), and that is enough to push it over the top. I'm with @andrewrose - this is the kind of show I want to play start to finish, and I can't really say that about too many 3.0 shows.

I also wanted to mention that I like the SPAC '04 run, but I think @ProfPhan puffed them up a tad too much - are they really so much better than any of the shows I mentioned above, which I'd say are not the equal of this show? And I am not a big fan of the "oh, if they played (fill in classic jam here), you guys would be BUGGING OUT" argument. I would suggest that if they played the 6/19/04 Piper in pretty much any show after 1993 (when, you know, they had the chops to *actually play it*), people would be freaking the fuck out in those shows too. That's kind of the point of a classic jam. Stick that Piper in 11/22/97 or Big Cypress or Fukuoka and people would go "damn, that was a hot jam". I feel like the four fantastic jams in this show will help me overcome the disappointment of not having that one fantastic jam, thanks.
, comment by RunawayJim
RunawayJim This show contained the 2 things that make Phish Phish... incredible musicianship and extended improvisation AND clever goofiness. I tend to lean slightly towards the clever goofiness over crazy amounts of jamming (not that I don't also love the jamming). This show takes the cake.

Everyone complains about songs like Ocelot, Farmhouse, and Alaska. That Farmhouse was incredible. And having just listened to the transition to Alaska, I am inclined to say that they chose Alaska over Axilla (which I had originally thought they were gonna play) as a gag, knowing that it's not the most popular song.

And, really, if you have something to complain about with regards to this show, I think you need to find Dan Kanter on lot and ask for some Bieber tix. This show was just plain legendary, containing every element that makes this band the greatest band on earth.
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