, attached to 1999-07-10

Review by DreadBeast

DreadBeast Wow, my first show. Since this show was 13 years ago, I don't have a photographic recollection of each song. However, I do remember it being a LOT of fun. The Wilson opener had great energy and, for me, was amazing as a first show opener after I had listened to the "A Live One" Wilson about a thousand times. I also remember being very pumped up during Chalk Dust, which kept the fast pace going from Wilson. Roggae, Water in the Sky, and Chicken Shack are kinda hazy for me... But Bathtub and Golgi closing the first set were so much fun and wrapped up a really fantastic "first time" for me. The whole lawn was partying together during those last two!

I agree that the second set didn't live up to the first, but I did enjoy the Tweezer bookends and actually thought the Fluffhead closer was really well done. Listening to this on Live Phish, I sometimes can't believe that this was my first show. I'm glad I got to get in some 1.0 while I could.


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