, attached to 2010-10-19

Review by andrewrose

andrewrose Said I missed this one, nothing wrong with Phish in Maine.

This Reba is Phish 3.0 at their best, and similar moments of it are spliced through the Fall, it's very exciting and encouraging to say the least. The play is so mature and melodic and make for some of the most rewarding listening in a while... this and the other analogous jams of 3.0, it's funny but they're almost less 'jams' than platforms for a more efficient kind of 2 and 4-way soloing. there's a tapestry of sound and great rhythmic foundation as always, but often Mike and Trey extend out with ideas, taking long runs of improv and mostly landing on very well chosen phrases. it's like Trey is learning, or re-learning, a sort of patience from Mike. but Mike is also venturing out further into Trey's high-end realm, to challenge him, and just generally make grandeur counter gestures, in smaller and more delicate windows of opportunity. anyway, just fabulous.

the Fuck Your Mike's portion of the show is great all the way through the 'Paug, and Set I boasts one of the better 3.0 Gins to-date.


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