, attached to 2013-07-31

Review by BrainMasella

BrainMasella This entire show for me, is excellent. I only recently started listening to Phish, and I wasn't totally hooked until I heard this Tweezer. I appreciated Phish and what they were doing, but they didn't become part of my daily routine until I heard Tweezer. It is everything I look for in the music that I like. I'm really happy I found Phish, thanks to my Algebra teacher! The 27:40 mark on Tweezer is absolutely pure bliss, and will never cease to put me in a good mood. I can do nothing but have the widest smile I can manage in my face when I hear that!

As far as the rest of the show goes, I really love it. I think this is the best version of Yarmouth they have played so far. It is really tight, with some nice vocal harmonies, and Mike leading the rest of the band with his bass. Trey has some really tasteful licks and this type of major mode jamming at the end of the song is really what showcases his ability and sound best. Yarmouth is definitely in my Top 5 favorite Phish songs. Kill Devil Falls is very strong, again with great Trey playing. The jam after the main song section is strong, with great build up, and then Lawn Boy right after is very tastefully done. Ocelot seems like a song that could really drag if the band is low on energy. This version, however, is strong all the way through and doesn't slouch on.

Architect is played very well, in my opinion. While many people may think that this song is like a really cliche AB rhyme pattern song, it still holds up and you can really tell, that while it may be one of those songs, Phish's sound still rings true throughout and is a great song.

Well, that's the end of my first review here on the Phish net, and I hope to have many more to come.

Thank you so much Phish for all your music and this Tahoe Tweezer! Phish has become my daily listening thanks to this Tweezer, and have discovered so many other amazing songs since then!

thanks, Brian
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