, attached to 2012-12-28

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads This show's second set is obviously pretty stacked, but the Free from the first set is noteworthy for being an energetic and well-played version, and Wolfman's Brother is a version that I would consider must-hear for fans of that song. Tube > Stash is really the only combination of old-school Phish originals in the first set, as you can see from the chart here on the setlist page. On to the second set... Tweezer is a masterpiece! It's not a hugely experimental version in the same manner as the "big" versions from Fall '94 or Summer '95. Instead, it's a well-crafted and almost rehearsed-sounding odyssey. This set is also notable for featuring both Maze and David Bowie (which frequently get confused due to the somewhat similar cymbal intros.) Bouncing Around the Room, Good Times Bad Times encore is the phun send-off this show deserves, considering it was the beginning of the 2012 New Year's Run but also because they earned it.


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