, attached to 2009-12-03

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads It's kind of astounding that Phish could play a second set featuring Cities, Halley's Comet, and 2001 in rapid succession with only Cities going even slightly outside of the box, but whatevs. Taste and Time Turns Elastic in the first set--and to a Type-I'er extent, Back on the Train and Julius--are my personal recommendations, whereas Stash kind of pussyfoots its way through a brief and relatively unincendiary Type-I jam. Down with Disease reaches some interesting synthspace to open Set I towards the last few minutes of the jam, and Piper boasts some intriguing funk, but as mentioned above, Cities, Halley's, and 2001 should be jaded-indifferent highlights but here are dare I say uninspired? David Bowie closes the set with a version that wouldn't be out of place in an early 1990s show.


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