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This show was part of the "Mike Gordon - Summer 2015 Tour"

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, attached to 2015-06-20

Review by WeatherReport

WeatherReport This was my third Mike Gordon show, and my first show at the "new" College Street Music Hall. It used to be called the Palace Theater, a venue Phish played several times in the early 90's. It's not as nice as it was in it's heyday, but they did do a decent job remodeling the place. They also made it more dance friendly by removing the theater type seating. As far as the show, I thought it was solid and well played, but not as high energy as other shows I've seen by them. I'm not trying to be over critical, just giving my opinion. I had a great time, and went to the next nights show in North Hampton as well. I really liked the cover of "Clues" by Robert Palmer, it fit in with the bands overall sound very well. I also really enjoyed hearing "Meat", which I only managed to hear once over the years by Phish. The tune I've been itching to hear is Soulfood Man, which still occasionally gets played as an encore. The light show since 2014 has been incredible, some serious eye candy.
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Review by nickulus

nickulus Nice venue, great crowd and the band seemed to have a lot of fun playing - it spilled over into the crowd and made for a really good show (even if they did buy the wrong cymbal).

I though the first set really set the tone - Jones>Phoebe (my highlight for the night) and Andelman's>Susskind>Face>Susskind were energetic and well-played. The darker vibe of Peel in the second set was an interesting space and a nice start building to an intense Say Something.

These guys seem to be clicking - would love to catch them again this tour but looks like I'll have to wait until next time around.
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Review by dutchbug

dutchbug If you want to know about the music, listen to a recording. One thing I want future readers to know is that people were GETTING TEH F DOWN at this show. I was a bit inhibited, myself, but I had a great time watching people dance.

This show reminded me of the first half-nice day at the beach here in Mass. You know, like um...late June...maybe it's a bit cloudy at times, maybe it's a bit chilly...but when it's not, everyone is out there playing beach blanket bingo, drinking sodas, trying to tan, rock out etc. as hard as they can. That was last night. Nice lax security at the venue and super clean bathrooms. Friendly people. Good vibes.
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November 22, 1992
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Bailey Hall, Cornell University

Set 1: Buried Alive > The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony > Suzy Greenberg, Fee[1] -> Maze, Reba, Sparkle, Horn > All Things Reconsidered, Bathtub Gin, Sweet Adeline[2], Run Like an Antelope[3]

Set 2: Axilla, My Friend, My Friend, My Sweet One > Tweezer -> Big Ball Jam -> Tweezer, Tela, You Enjoy Myself, Faht[4], Golgi Apparatus

Encore: Bold As Love, Carolina[2], Tweezer Reprise

[1] Trey sang verses through megaphone.
[2] Without microphones.
[3] Simpsons signal.
[4] Debut; Fish on acoustic guitar.

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