, attached to 2011-06-15

Review by BrotherEarth

BrotherEarth Underrated show, IMHO. Not one to listen to from start to finish, as the storm interruption is definitely a bummer, but the meat of the second set, Tweezer > Julius > Slave to the Traffic Light, David Bowie, Suzy Greenberg > Gotta Jibboo > Harry Hood > Character Zero contains some of the most high energy Phish I've ever heard / witnessed.

This show is not about exploratory jams, or even Phunk (dont be fooled by seeing Gotta Jibboo in there) this is Phish pouring out more energy than a raging thunderstorm.

As a bonus, this has a perfectly in the moment "Paul and Silas" a raging Timber, and a completely over the top Funky Bitch.

There is so much energy flowing out of these sections that Tweezer Reprise actually seems mellow by comparison.

A unique show for the first half of Summer 2011.


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