, attached to 2013-10-27

Review by Uakari

Uakari I would say Hartford delivered the goods on a Sunday night.
For me I heard Lou Reed passed while waiting in a long check-in line over at the Ramada.
So they blew out of the gates with a Rock & Roll opener and the Lou crowd chant at the end already made the trip worth it. I will always take a Tube at the shows. Halfway to the Moon seems to be getting a better reception out there by the kids and sounds great to me. Fee was a loud sing along in Sec 120 and I overheard several screams from people who were crossing that song off their list. Maze kept the energy up and in Lawn Boy, Page walked over to sing the song by Mike. ASIHTOS will always bring a smile and sounded very tight, with all the band members locked in. Walls closed the set proper and no-one seemed turned off by set 1 anywhere that I see.
CK5's rig looks amazing this fall!
Chalkdust was not that long but juiced everyone back up and then Tweezer took us there. It's just great to know that we are likely to get some sick jams as in this Tweezer at Phish shows once again. Birds seemed standard although not botched or anything. In Golden Age they turned the hose back on, but in a different way, not sounding stale or repetitive at all. Halley's went right into a 2001 dance party and poof we were in the back half of the second set. Fluff>Slave is classic Phish to end the show and it left no-one in Sec 120 wanting too much more.
Eight song second set, heck yeah! The Loving Cup>Tweeprise encore made sure that I would not forget 2013 Hartford anytime soon.


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