, attached to 2010-10-15

Review by Cheard

Cheard Ten years ago, on a similar drive to North Charleston Coliseum from Charlotte to see Widespread Panic, my friend and I were hit by a reckless tanker truck driver and spun into the median on I-77. We jettisoned the car and still made it to the show! Fortunately, no reprise of that event occurred in 2010.
This show was personally entertaining to me. Among the 28 songs played, ten were firsts for me (13 shows attended, one cinema simulcast). Nice!
Notice how many songs in the first set start with "B:"
Bathtub, Bill Bailey, Backwards, Bouncing, Buffalo Bill, Boy, Dog Faced. I suppose you could say they brought out their "B" material.
In my last three shows, I have witnessed a third of the performances of "Mexican Cousin" to date.
Check out "My Problem Right There" if you have not yet heard this new song. Quite droll.
Overall, I truly enjoyed this Fall Tour show, my first since 1997. 13th year of seeing Phish and 13 shows. 13 doesn't seem too unlucky right now.


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