, attached to 2012-08-28

Review by Custy_Mcneighb

Custy_Mcneighb Like a few others leaving reviews, this was my first Phish show, so naturally it's a bit biased, but I can't think of many shows I would've rather had as a first show.

Blown away is all I can think of looking back on that night. Between dancing like an amoeba and standing there staring, jaw-dropped at their precision and Kuroda's light work, I walked out of there in love.
The PYITE opener still stands as one of my favorite openers I've seen. Such an amazing way to start the show and violate my virgin ears.
First set was full of great jams and a few 'sing-a-long' type songs to finish the set. I don't think they've played Peaches since. Being a big Deadhead I fully appreciated that amazing Quinn the Eskimo (GD covered it alot as well)

Second set was relentless. It felt like they never stopped playing, because they did hardly stop!! Things got spacey and properly weird towards the Frankie Says and Undermind. But that perfectly phunky Sand brought things back for me, still one of my most favorite Sands yet.

This show is one I never get tired of listening to and will enjoy for the rest of my life. The memories, the music all of it encapsulated one the best nights of my life.

I love this band!!!!


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