, attached to 2013-08-03

Review by Palmer

Palmer Hydrogen, the San Francisco treat.
Ok Sofa toured this one as well.

SET 1- Grind ( interesting little number, could tell it was going to be played as they huddled around one mic, very old school barber shop style, phish doing what they do). Weigh ( wow, forgot about this one, Mike doing his vocals). Alumni > Jimmy Page > Alumni again ( like it was the mid 80's and we were in Nectar's). Lengthwise ( Fishman's vocals were great, sounded like they just released this one, although it is a rare gem) straight into Maze ( like that thunderous bass during the intro). Sample, NICU ( standard). Mound ( the show of Rift it seems, enjoyable, and love this one). Jesus left Chicago ( un shelved yet, again the first set has a lot of throwbacks). Driver ( campaign for driver was going strong, glad it was played, love Phish for doing this). Timber Ho > Axilla (was a good energy builder). Possum > First Tube got the set concluded and it was a enjoyable first set.

SET 2- Rock and Roll > Steam ( glad that steam was played seemed like a ghost tease during the end of Rock and Roll). BDTNL ( eh, overplayed but Trey loves it). Mikes ( good version) > Hydrogen ( love this, glad it came back, seemed like it was long overdue). Weekapaug ( always a staple in the 1,2,3, punch of Mikes > ? > Weekapaug). Joy, (nice little breather). Fluffhead ( very unique, Trey nailed all the parts and this one is a monster to play live). 2001 ( thought this was the closer). Slave ended the show, (very defined Phish song to conclude the evening)

ENCORE- Waste (standard) Suzy (enjoyable)


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