, attached to 2013-12-30

Review by wombat26

wombat26 My first show! Had a blast and there will be many more!
Song by song:
Kill Devil Falls: Always a good choice for the opener that got the crowd going. Nice solo by trey on this one.
Bathtub Gin: Although a pretty standard version, this had a great jam.
Wombat: My favorite Wingsuit song that I was really hoping to hear. No Vigoda appearance though, haha.
Yarmouth Road: Didn't recognize this one, checked in with .net and gave me a chance to catch my breath. Pretty sweet song though.
46 Days: I could feel the floor bouncing up and down during this one, something I'll never forget.
Lawn Boy: Thought it was cool to see page take center stage for this one. Great Bass solo by Mr Gordleone
Heavy Things: Knew this was next when I heard trey record the guitar loop before it started. Some we're saying Maze, as they're the same note, but page plays the first note in Maze.
Punch You In the Eye: although it was flubbed, I didn't notice while I was there.
Sample in a Jar: really felt like a real phan during the chorus, as everyone in the building was singing along at once. Good Solo at the end.
Gotta Jibboo: good playing in this one, although I wasn't expecting it to end the set.
Second Set
Chalkdust Torture: one of my favorite phish songs. I knew it was going somewhere about 3 or 4 minutes in. Jam of the night for sure. Page on the clav near the end was incredible.
Mikes Song: good type 1 version, even if we were all hoping for more.
Devotion to a Dream: Didn't recognize this one either, although I was really feeling it about this point(must of been the pot in the air :) )
Ghost: Raging version, lost my mind at the peak.
Weekapaug Groove: nice, nice, nice
Simple: I remember the place almost exploding when the first riff was played. Great Version
Harry Hood: Good playing, glad I got it my first show.
Cavern: Fishman rocked on this one
First Tube: two words, FACE MELTING!!!!!!

Slave to the Traffic Light: Nice way to wrap up the evening.


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