, attached to 2010-08-14

Review by RandomPhan

RandomPhan (still need to relisten as of this review)
If a Tube, Oh Kee Pah>Suzy opener doesn't do it for you, I don't know what's wrong with you. Well, throw in [a good] funky bitch, [a good] reba, and Fuck your face, and you have an awesome half of a first set right there. Phish wanted to play, you could tell. I was happy to see taste, i had been feeling it pre show for some reason and said i thought it would be played. Page shook someones hand (or something of the like) during lawn boy. Was happy to see gumbo again, wasn't expecting a jam and I don't care. I have nothing against a classic gumbo with the page ending. HIgh energy antelope to close.

Sloth opener for set 2?! NIce non-standard set 2 opener (which these days there are very typical and predictable openers/closers). DWD followed and it rocked. Nice jam that segued into What's the Use? PERFECTLY. Was stoked to see this and it was great. Scent of a mule got destroyed by page, it seemed like Trey even started to do a little fancy work. Nice to see him try. Coudln't keep up with the dancing/playing at same time so he stopped dancing. Ha. Mike's groove - quite awesome. All that really needs to be said. Bug was surprisingly rocking. Enjoyed that version.

Quinn the Eskimo is another song I never thought I"d see pop up again (and catch). Glad to see it, almost thought it was gonna go into a little jam for a moment. Mike started popping. Nice encore.


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