, attached to 2010-06-25

Review by aqualung23

aqualung23 I'll have to admit that this was not one of my favorite shows I've seen, but it had many redeeming qualities. I definitely felt that the army of one through summer of '89 sucked the energy out of set one despite the bust out opener. However, Melt through Golgi brought things back on track. TTE is a really good well composed song and I think people need to stop ragging on it as a set killer just because of the intricate composition. When they start playing it less I think people will appreciate it more. Second set was pretty muck ass-kickin' time, with Chalkdust, 2001, and Possum being some of the best versions I've seen. All-in-all an average Phish show with some scattered highlights.


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