, attached to 2013-08-04

Review by erhunt05

erhunt05 I like many others watched this show on webcast, as well as the first two nights. I feel like last night's show blew the previous two out of the water. When the guys let loose in the 2nd set they can do no wrong as Summer '13 has shown us.

First set was nothing remarkable it is nice to see them dust off a few classics though. Foam was a bit choppy but I would take a choppy Foam over another Ocelot, Possum, Gin, or some of the others they wore out first half of tour.

Still waiting on that jam out of Halley's Comet that has been ever-elusive in 3.0. Taste was the real stand out in the first set, very on-point.

Of course the magic began in set 2 with Energy opener, I'll be the first to admit I was a little skeptical on Energy at first, and was there the first night they explored with in Alpharetta, but with each outing I'm becoming more of a believer in this as a spring-board for some special jams.

When the transition went to Jim I was a little worried with it's set placement, but all that went away really quick. By-far if you are going to take away anything from this show or the three nights at BGMC listen to this Runaway Jim. Carini seemed rushed into the wedge but it was a good jump-off point from the darkness of "jim" jam. Light was pretty straight-forward until the ending when they busted out some "plinko" like jamming, into a blazing Bowie.

After a breather of Silent>Meatstick>Quinn. We were awarded with the YEM that has also been a rarity this tour, seemed kinda rushed but I never complain about a set-closing YEM.

Sanity was a nice bustout for the encore.

Very much enjoyed this one 5 stars! Thank You Phish for everything you do, thank the folks at livephish for bringing these shows to our living room!


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