, attached to 2009-12-02

Review by jwelsh8

jwelsh8 As a quick review, other than it was "loud." Light was the highlight of the night, imo. Great jam, nice and long, went a few different places, including definite hints of Timber Ho! for a few minutes. Peaches was certainly a treat. I enjoyed Ocelot, as it was nice and paced and took its time. Hood was good, Slave had standard prettiness. Need to listen to Tweezer again . . . 

Trey looked like he was having a blast all night, from Chalkdust on. Dancing and smiling and doing little leg moves. Eating it up (letting little grins sneak out as he was waiting during the Divided pause).

I should ass that the "transition" into Wading was really botched. Page seemed to lose his fingers and Trey was singing in the wrong key.

Good show, not great. Although nothing beats Phish in the Garden . . .


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