, attached to 2014-08-03

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads I remember this show--webcast for free by LivePhish--feeling sort of mixed at the time, kind of a grab-bag if you will. It's a highly intriguing setlist, to say the least. Bathtub Gin, the rare Pebbles and Marbles, Taste, and Gumbo are the biggest highlights from the first set to me, and if you can say that a set has 4 highlights, that's quite a recommendation! (Here I would also add Vultures and Fast Enough for You into the mix, just because I'm in love with those songs.) Gumbo gets a big crowd reaction as they realise it's getting extended a bit more than usual for this period in Phishtory. The second set looks like absolute fire, but a lot of those songs are short (especially Scents and Subtle Sounds, which, aside from lacking the Intro, is only like 6 minutes long. Compare that with the several 30-minute versions from 2.0?) Twist also goes into this kind of stoner-rockish jam that I don't really like to hear come out of any Phish song, and I'm already not a big Twist fan. But how can you be disappointed with a Fluffhead encore? (Protip: you can't!)


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