, attached to 2016-10-31

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads This show is second only to 2010's Little Feat costume in being my least-favorite musical costumes, but I would much rather hear something like Ziggy Stardust than Waiting for Columbus, especially since Zigs includes the strings and acoustic guitar. I have only listened to this show twice, so I can't really give you the droids you're looking for if you want the skinny on it, but I have a right to my entirely subjective opinion and it is that while it's a treat to see a traditional musical costume again after the Wingsuit set and the Chilling Thrilling set, both of those sets were more interesting to me first musically and second for their novelty. Phish didn't even really improvise that much in this Bowie set. The fact that this show capped a hugely entertaining four-show Vegas run and occurred in a great year of Phishtory is more reason for me to be somewhat spoiled to have expected, well, more (no pun intended on the title of that other song.) I am, however, vibrating with love and light and pulsating with love and light with anticipation for this year's Baker's Dozen, and Mexico this year was excellent, so... your head can be any place you let it get to, but just keep taking it everywhere with you and you'll find a pebble in dust.
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