, attached to 2000-09-11

Review by waxbanks

waxbanks This first set hangs on a strong Moma and the tremendous Ya Mar/Stash twofer to close, but Set II's *superb* Twist bleeds into a saggy Piper and too-mellow-for-mellow What's the Use. Your enjoyment of the second set will likely scale directly with your love of Phish's opioid millennial chillouts, but this remains a mid-period highlight even if fans of Machine Gun Trey need to fast-forward to summer 2009. It's a shame there's no official release of this show - these detail-oriented ambient soundscapes are made for headphone listening, and cry out for clear SBD treatment.


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