, attached to 2013-10-31

Review by Bathtubtea42

Bathtubtea42 Tonight there was a whole lot of bonus Phish. The spectacle of Halloween was upon up. With phish bills being handed out announcing wing suit as the costume of music future all the speculation ended and our expectations readjust.

The first set was the best for me. While there were no risks taken and no jams the energy in the building was immaculate. These songs were executed well: camel walk mound bathtub moma, the set flowed with energy and execution.

Wingsuit... I am one of those fans that is interested in new material and there were some fun songs here. Wingsuit wombat 585 fuego devotion to a dream. All of these singe were executed well and have immediate lasting potential. Everything else was a bit of a let down. The acoustic set ups that sucked the energetic out of the room were a buzz kill for me. The set started to drag and what I have to say was the real let down was how the music they played tonight sounds nothing like the band sounds today. The jams they are playing now are up tempo rock/funk with interesting breaks. The new album didn't reflect the music I have been hearing from the last couple years. Lastly where was steam?

Third set was fun. The energy was a bit wonky and page even apologized for "slowing down a bit". But the ghost>Cabrini was easily the music gold of the evening. The rest of the set not much to write home about. Fun phish. I did like the set list as a whole.

The encore featured the only cover for the night. Quinn the Eskimo and then we have Friday.


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