, attached to 2010-10-24

Review by dutchbug

dutchbug First show for me. I remember just missing Bread & Puppet at the Hampshire campus, checking out the Eric Carle mueum of picture book art, some good Korean food in Hadley...

a really intense lot scene. It just felt vicious. I'd never seen anything like it before. Seemed like everyone there was a lot younger than me. I remember wondering if Phish was like a 'tween thing now or something :) . Songs were shorter than I had expected too. The energy at the show was amazing, and the crowd was just nuts. Everyone was really out of control, which I loved.

I don't remember a damn thing about the music, except that I was psyched to hear Seven Below. It was nice and chilly out that night, and I hope it'll be the same when I see the band in Worcester '13. I love the cold weather. It makes everything more evil.

To be honest, had I not been given tickets to Manchester, I don't think I would have kept up with the band. Thanks, Trip, for the tickets, if you are reading this! Thanks for getting me into Phish, too man!


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