, attached to 1999-07-13

Review by Bauer

Bauer I remember being in 9th or 10th grade and getting stoked on my first chance at a heavy chunk of summer shows. I was flipping through the Doniac Shvice and looking at the list of venues for summer 1999. Obviously the venue was still referred to as Great Woods. I don't know what it was but that popped out at me and something deep within knew that show was going to be a heater. I flew out for merriweather and stayed on through Oswego. Missed Terrapin by one show and missed the Darkside Harpua by one the year before. I got this quintessential NO2 in though and wouldn't trade it for anything. I didn't know what the fuck was going on during things like this and Kung. Fortunately I was with a tight click and by the time Big Cypress cane around I was pretty fuckin seasoned for a teenager straight from LA. That summer was amazing. This is must listen phish. I was on the rail for the first time in my life (also hippy flipping for the first time.. which was... a little terrifying in the beginning... I was nervous on the rail and those got I was in a puddle of mutants... at any rate...) this was my phish truly great show. I had the Ventura shows and Vegas 98 under my belt. A few others but this was a mind blower. I haven't ever re-listened to it but I know that it's worth a spin. Much phlames.


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