, attached to 2010-08-13

Review by RandomPhan

RandomPhan (still haven't relistened to show as of this review)

Set 1: Guelah dance was kind of off, but oh well, it's a silly dance. As long as the music is okay. Was happy to see my sweet one. Always love axilla. (my first song, and a rocker). I always like seeing i didn't know, or goofy fishman songs. Shows the band is having fun on stage and is playing around. However, what was with Trey SPRINTING from the drums to end the song??? Weird. No one seemed ready for that. Walls of the cave was nice, forgot that I like that song. Backwards down the number line seemed great for a short one. One thing I like about #line is there are some great 'standard' ones and when they are jammed out they have always been good/great. However, this featuring nice building/peaking from Trey/Page. Ocelot peaked nicely, I recall. Curtis Loew, now 2nd time seeing it this summer, never ever thought i'd see it before. I'll take it! Wilson>possum is a nice way to close the set. Good energy.

Set 2: Was hoping the Halley's would get jammed out, being Friday the 13th and their 20th creek show. Short and sweet into Light. Light contained a nice jam, and they came back into the ending of the song which was really cool and then jammed a little bit more before going into 46 days which seemed to smoke and dissolved into Maze which featured nice interplay with page/trey and raged. Meatstick started up, good little funk groove to dance too. The segue into Mango song was AWESOME i think. I did actuallyr elisten to this, and it seemed so much better at the venue. The bass was so loud and Mike was doing this awesome stuff that sounded like it was "swirling." and it just doesn't seem to have nearly the same effect on the recording. But good segue none the less and I love Mango song so that was a nice calmer song after some nice jamming. Fluffhead was played well and seemed to peak nicely. The julius closer smoked. Just straight up rocking.

Encore: 2 classic phish songs to close it out. Nice little funk jam in contact, and a very solid slave. Built up nicely, the past couple slaves have been quite nice for 3.0. Good work from trey, taking patience to build them up.


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