, attached to 2009-08-16

Review by BrotherGhost

BrotherGhost I dig Phish in just about all their musical styles and feel like we got a great mix of things at Saratoga... Llama was a crazy opener (my funguys were still on and the was they just came out and tore into that blew me away), from there we got some funk, some great story telling and whistling! Old school torture , a good beer break with David Bowie which kept me in my seat through the set break...I was at this show with a friend of 20+ years and Backwards Down The Number Line had us hi-fivin and really just savoring the moments...what a cool song it is. I saw some intense rockin from the crowd (fittingly)during Rock & Roll, I lit up a smoke for the latest edition of Jimi's saga and loved the good old goofiness they gave us. One of my favorite tidbits was Trey telling us how much fun he was having there in Saratoga Springs and it really is a great , great venue and town.


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