, attached to 2012-12-28

Review by CentralScrutinizer

CentralScrutinizer If it weren't for this wonderful Tweezer this would be far and away the weakest show of the run. The tweezer was really great. Loved it. The Wolfmans brother was great before LDB gimmicked it up. Thought the tube was pretty smoking too. And I liked army of one a lot and free was very pretty. Some of my usual favorites like MOMA funky bitch and stash, my favorite Phish song, weren't particularly strong. And after the great tweezer and fun but ordinary maze, the show was a collection of weak versions of some of their best songs like Bowie and Twist and very pedestrian versions of theme fluffhead and good times bad times. Had a great time anyway from the second row of the floor behind Antelope Greg and his enormous backpack that tripped up two people who landed in my lap. An average Phish show is more exciting and fun and moving than just about everything else in the world so I still loved every second.


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