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Link Saturday, 07/03/2010
Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park, Alpharetta, GA

Set 1: Character Zero, DestinyDestiny Unbound > Rift, McGruppMcGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters, GinBathtub Gin, MistMountains in the Mist, NICU > Gumbo > MSOMy Sweet One, STFTFPStealing Time From the Faulty Plan, Strange Design, Sanity, AntelopeRun Like an Antelope

Set 2: R&RRock and Roll > CaspianPrince Caspian[1] > Tweezer -> SlaveSlave to the Traffic Light, Bouncin'Bouncing Around the Room, Possum, BDTNLBackwards Down the Number Line > HoodHarry Hood > Loving Cup

Encore: Sleeping Monkey > TweepriseTweezer Reprise

[1] Unfinished.

Teases:
· Killing in the Name tease in Harry Hood
· Super Bad tease in Tweezer

Noteworthy Jams: Prince Caspian (highly recommended), Tweezer

Average Song Gap: 12.58

Performers: Trey Anastasio, Page McConnell, Jon Fishman, Mike Gordon

Notes: Character Zero opened a show for the first time ever. McGrupp was played by request with Trey taking the sign from the crowd and holding it up before starting the song. Caspian was unfinished. Trey forgot the second verse to Sanity, asking "What the heck's the second verse here?" In a possible foreshadowing of the song's Phish debut the next night, Trey teased Super Bad in Tweezer. Hood's intro contained brief Killing in the Name teases from Fish.

Links:
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Song Distribution:
4 Lawn Boy
2 Joy
2 Billy Breathes
2 Stash
2 A Picture of Nectar
2 The White Tape
1 Farmhouse
1 Rift
1 Junta
1 The Man Who Stepped into Yesterday

Songs by Debut Year:

pmenosky , attached to 2010-07-03 Permalink
Absolutely amazing show! Phish totally brought the rock, and the joy was all over their faces. Big night for my family...I took the 11 year old, and he, Mom, and I are headed back for night 2. :)
Score: 3
omnihead , attached to 2010-07-03 Permalink
WOW. Where do I begin? This was my 77th show since 95'. The energy from the band was up there with 95' Phish. I was only able to see this show; missed the next night. On paper, the setlists are almost a toss up, with a slight edge going to the 4th for the Col. Forbins > Mockingbird, Mike's Groove, and Harpua. However, upon listening to both shows on playback, I feel 7/3 was played better. And I'm NOT just saying that because I missed the 4th! The Destiny Unbound was nearly perfect; the Bathtub was probably the most energetic version I've ever heard. And McGrupp?! Are you kidding me? Throw in a Sanity and a raging Antelope closer, and you have one of the best first sets I've ever witnessed. Second set highlights were Tweezer, Slave, Possum, and Hood. I believe this is the first time Slave and Hood have appeared in the same set! Throughout the whole show Mike was turned WAY up. I don't think Tweezer has ever gotten so funky; even in fall of 97'. The crowd was SO amped for this show and I think it rubbed off on the band. Honestly...this show may be up there in my top five of the 77 shows I've attended. And Atlanta as a whole was definitely the highlight of the tour. Get this show!
Score: 2
kipconner , attached to 2010-07-03 Permalink
kipconner If there's one show that I have listened and studied more than any other, it's this one. Yes, the music was played to near perfection- as best as it can be in this era... but there was more. There was a magic in the air that visitors to our city may not have noticed. This was the first show of a summer home game for us Georgians. While we typically get blasted by a afternoon rain shower and sweat out the rest of the evening, the clouds closed, the temp dropped and the humidity kept us cool. There were no other days like this on record for the summer.

I had pit tix for this night, but would have been just as happy on the lawn of one of America's finest outdoor venues. Anytime you can see a tree and live music- someone has thought it all through.
Score: 2
MrMurph , attached to 2010-07-03 Permalink
MrMurph I think this is my favorite show I have been to this year.
2nd set is dance party

Anyone hear the Landlady teases by Page at 5:25 during McGrupp?
Score: 1
diddy , attached to 2010-07-03 Permalink
Wow-This was truly the best Phish show i have seen in the past 13 or 14 years. From beginning to end it was like the old phish was back. They had an old familiar energy that felt good 2 the phans and the band seemed to be enjoying themselves more than i've seen in the last couple of years. Oh Yea they NAILED it too!
Score: 1
Frankster , attached to 2010-07-03 Permalink
Frankster Let me begin by saying this venue was amazing! Chill security, little traffic in the beer line or bathrooms and stellar acoustics!!! All of the AUD versions I've heard are prestine! 24 songs makes this one of the longest shows of the year. Although 7/4 gets all of the attention this show is much more solid top to bottom. Ok lets get to it shall we?

Character Zero- I love this as an opener! Lets be honest this song had worn out it's welcome. This version is lively and immediatly whips the crowd into a frenzy. Lets hope this happens again soon.

Destiny>- I might of crapped my pants! First time so it was special and sounded great taboot. The nice little jam sandwiched in the verses is pretty sweet.

Rift- Wow what year is it? Great version!

McGrupp- Just shit my pants again! There are no bad versions of this one so . . .

Gin- GReat jamming on this one. Solid, very solid.

Mountains- I'm really liking this one. Very mellow with a floaty rythm.

Gumbo> Short but sweet. I love when they stretch this one out but it gets cut off for MSO.

MSO- Best 2 minutes of bluegrass you'll ever hear. Just kidding it was fine though.

Stealing time- What a great song. Heavy, Deep and retrospective for most. This song will grow into a monster by next year.

Strange design- I haven't heard it since clifford ball I think or at least I can't remember. Lovely as always.

Sanity- Heard it in Albany last year have now lost my sanity once again.

Antelope- Nothing crazy here but everyone loves Antelope :)

How do top the first set you ask? . . . .

R&R>- . . . thats how. My favorite opener along with Drowned. This one smokes especially the last 4-5 minutes.

Caspian>- I heard a lot of moans at the opening chords but you know what? You cheated yourself out of a great rendition. Caspian can zap the momentum on occasion but this isn't one of them. Beautiful! the transition into Tweezer will give you the willies. Trust me.

Tweezer>- Tight, Funky, SICK!!! Not long but very creative and fresh. My favorite song of the night.

Slave- Best version in over 15 years! $$$

Bouncing- if you were hating Caspian then you problably slashed your wrists when Mike started this one. I liked the call though. Stuffed a phatty and was ready to go for the 4th quarter.

Possum- solid

Backwards>- My favorite song off of Joy. Tight jam man I couldn't d stop dancing. Great jam. Bravo!

Hood>- A sign of a great show. Thought it was the closer but I was wrong once again.

Loving Cup- Best choice for a closer!

E: Monkey>Tweezer Reprise- Sent us into the lot happy as clams. Baked Clams that is.
Score: 1
phishphan74 , attached to 2010-07-03 Permalink
Topped only by Big Cypress! More fun than I've ever had. Never seen the guys happier. Amazing setlist!
Score: 0
Colonel_Forbin , attached to 2010-07-03 Permalink
was anyone on here in the group of people that charged the fence during setbreak when the lights went down?
Score: 0
JaHitch , attached to 2010-07-03 Permalink
Fishman teases 'Killin in the Name' at 0:16 on Harry Hood
Score: 0
troll123 , attached to 2010-07-03 Permalink
There is a Startin' Something preformed by Page starting at 9 minutes and 11 seconds into the song. check it out. amazing two nights
Score: 0
highhat , attached to 2010-07-03 Permalink
highhat 7-3 soundcheck:

All of These Dreams, Dr. Gabel, drum and bass (Manteca-like)
Score: 0

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