, attached to 2013-08-04

Review by The_Hemlock_Muppet

The_Hemlock_Muppet This show was full of energy (no pun intended). Above average Divided sky w/Trey throwing in some extra notes here and there. Nice to hear Foam. Very pleasant and dead-like jam in taste....what a great song Trainsong. Pebbles is also great.

The Energy has such a positive vibe during the vocals and then some classic Trey rifts in the first parts of the jam before going into a 97-like jet-funk segment with Gordo gas bombs. It is a good sign to see Runaway Jim mid-second set......psychedelic into some nice bluesy fast/slow with page dropping some theramin space at the end. Crisp Carini, Light, and David Bowie channeling Jerry-like confidence. We got Meatstick (Fire on the Mtn) and Mighty Quinn rather than a true dead-tune...Mighty Quinn is great. YEM has a 1999 feel. While not the longest solos by any band member. This YEM is possible the best I've heard in 3.0.

Sanity....a good choice for SF...Bold AS Love...a good choice for SF as well....was making fun of the guy who had the sign Sat. night...then after hearing it felt guilty as this nothing is more bold, than love....

OLD school antics were in effect...waiting for prep-school-hippie when a polo-clad frat boy came running down the balcony throwing cardboard boxes like frisbes and paper-airplanes into the crowd below screaming....

ahh...what a good time in San Francisco with PHISH!!!!


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