, attached to 2016-10-18

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads Well-played first set, with little "depth" in the jamming, but fun nonetheless, with a curveball 2001 closer after Cavern, which was certainly unexpected. Julius > Fuego > MFMF is all right enough, but this show really takes on a near-legendary status after Mr. Bob Weir shows up. Two Phish debuts of Grateful Dead standbys--although Samson and Delilah was a cover even for the Dead--and Bob really adds a dimension to Twist we've never heard before. I was absolutely glued to the stream, and I think the gluiest part of it was the classic and resonant "nod to Jer" with Trey's Miss You sung by Bob. Classy as all get-out. And Phish doing PITB is just awe-inspiring. I voted this show a 4/5.


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