, attached to 2013-10-20

Review by Cantaloupe

Cantaloupe This is the only show I've given a 5/5, and I'll probably end up changing that eventually, but for now I'll leave it since I'm still glowing in what was the best overall set of Phish I've witnessed live.

The first set was no slouch, but still it gave me no indication of what was to come in that second set. It's not that any of the jams were "the greatest" or anything like that, but the serious Type II Tweezer definitely deserves to show up on the jam chart.

They carried the energy right over to Golden Age, which is probably about the best of the 16 I've seen (so far I'm 16/26 for Golden Age, so I've seen a good portion of them). From there on, there isn't much Type II to speak of, but the cohesion of the set as a whole was above any from 2013. They managed to stay connected in that deep way for 90 minutes or so, which is quite a commendable feat.


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