, attached to 2012-12-28

Review by mule1992

mule1992 Pia n I were sitting Fish side 3 rows from the top of the old 300's sections. The first 4 songs the boys were stretching the bones out. Tube was when Phish starting heating up. Tube was funky like 97. Stash was when the crowd started interacting with band. Stash was solid! Wolfmans was hot and left the crowd stoked for the 2nd set. Tweezer opened the 2nd set. Phish took they time with Tweezer. It was a long slow build up. Maze was 1 of the best versions I've heard since the mid 90's. Trey and Page trading punches back and forth during Maze. Awesome! Fluffhead was excellent. Fluff was a journey and the boys delivered. David Bowie was the song of the night for me. Phish were point on with the tension and release in DB and the climax was pure ecstasy! The encore was solid. Pia had a out of experience during Bouncing. GTBT was solid.


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