, attached to 2010-10-08

Review by MikeinAustin

MikeinAustin I live in Austin, TX so great to see them play so close. I've seen Phish play here every time since 1994's The Backyard show, including the last ACL taping back in 2000. I was definitely looking forward to them coming back.

Phish seems to like the town and have had some very above average shows here. See '98 show for a lot of fun at Southpark Meadows.

I wouldn't say that any of these songs had memorable jams at all (I did like the direction Harry Hood was going) but rather it was an exercise in showing what they were doing in the "off" season. Getting it all pulled together.

The show was very tight. Surprisingly tight. Trey has seemed to put away the Whammy pedal, and his tone is near perfect again. His ability to bend the high register strings, and hold down the pitch is right there. Mike and Page seem to be locked together with Page having some new amazing dexterity during Suzy Greenberg. The ability for them all to listen to each other is fantastic. It bodes well for the rest of fall.


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