, attached to 2010-11-18

Review by muchado

muchado Very intimate show. I'm just going to go ahead and say this, if you happen to be reading this and find yourself in early recovery I strongly recommend the "Greyhound Rising", "Bar 17", and "Gone" segment as well as the song "Julie", which as of this writing is the song's only performance. Very blue, but empowering and beautiful.

For Phish fans this acoustic "Stash" and "Wolfman's Brother" is not to be missed. The "Wolfman's" starts off with Trey on piano and evolves into an improvised vocal jam with audience as well as the Scorchio Quintet improvising in the moment on their instruments.

Great little show with some cool stories about the creation of Phish classics thrown in. Very cool that Tom Marshall duets with Trey on "Strange Design" as well.


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