, attached to 2012-12-31

Review by ajcmixer

ajcmixer Phuck that, this show was simply spectacular from note 1 of the wink and a sly smile opening Garden Party to the ridiculously great final notes of one of the most beloved songs of its generation, Iron Man. Ozzy would give his left nut, if he hasn't already given it to the devil for prior deals made, to sing it as well as Page did last night.

With some minor exceptions here and there, I'd really like to hear/read from an ATTENDEE, who basically didn't have the time of their lives, if not only the year...:-wink/smile...last night at the world's most famous arena. This was stupid sharp, dope in every respect, once again paying proper homage and giving MAD props, in EVERY sense (and senses) back to those that love them. "A lover's love and not fade away...". Indeed.

This was a Phace-Phucking of the highest order, that's really all that needs to be said. No need to go into the blah blah blah of every song because on a night like this it was about the big picture and leave it to them to present it like no other band can. Rather IMHO, this was about leaving yourself open to the possibilities of what the circus bought with it when it rolled into town and doesn't the future look just a little bit brighter after last night's dazzling performance. Taken as a whole, this was five of the most glorious hours of my life. Phucking Phish wins. Again. Phucking A. Long live the gag!

And how 'bout that Fly Like A Eagle and Iron Man!



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