, attached to 2003-02-26

Review by waxbanks

waxbanks Nice show. One of the best post-hiatus versions of Stash, in a style of jamming we didn't hear enough of, and the rest of Set II goes deep (Ghost > etc. > Ya Mar, Waves(!!)) then gets silly (Caspian > Frank > Golgi(!)). The first set is a neat alternate-universe vision of Phish covering each band member's solo stuff, with the Page and Trey tunes showing real potential. Much broader than 2/28 and more sing-songy than 2/16; a wholly justifiable purchase or download, even if (like me) you're still mad that Moma killed Black-Eyed Katy.


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