, attached to 2010-10-30

Review by andrewrose

andrewrose There's a lot to say about this show, not the least of which is the number of people who also all listened to a very high quality live stream via "couch tour 2010," it's own marking of time in this, the epic tale that is Phish which seems to swallow technological leaps whole. the internet, huh? 93? this band has been around a long time. Anyway.

TweeZeppelin, obviously. But man, that David Bowie. Coming out of a hot and spacey 2001 they go Bowie->TypeII->bowie jam->Type II->nailed finale. That's the show (and maybe year's) highlight (so far) for me. The #Line carries similar freshness. Great stuff in the Bathtub (always) Wolfman's (ethereal bouncy playing out of the vocal jam they've been doing). And the real machine gun Trey action, (other than the Stairway solo, perhaps) come in Walk Away and GTBT, the latter of which just gets bigger and bigger and then explodes like I've never heard.

Then Mike drops a bomb in Tweeprise that was heard across the world like an asteroid (slickest short Tube ever to open this set, by the way?). They're feeling that one way back in the prohibition era.

Looking forward to your continued development this year, Phish.


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