, attached to 2013-10-20

Review by CentralScrutinizer

CentralScrutinizer The more I listen to this show the more I am amazed by its reception as a good show. The sand and golden age and piper are some of the worst versions of the songs I've ever heard them play. The tweezer hits a nice point for about a minute, before mike drops into a Seen and Unseen jam and then it doesn't really get anywhere interesting until the last five minutes. The last 3-5 minutes of mellow blissful jam are nice but 20 minutes of average mediocre tweezer just to get to 4 minutes of good music does not make it a good tweezer. I defy anybody to listen to this piper and listen to AC piper and not report back that Hanpton piper is sloppy, boring, sluggish by comparison. It's impossible. It get a lot of hype bc of a long tweezer and great set list but none free jams really pay off. The golden age is one of the weakest they've played. Ditto piper and sand. And the first set is one of the weakest of 3.0! Please somebody show me where I'm wrong. Because I'm not. You all buy the hype. But this is a very average mediocre show. The empower is wearing no clothes. Mr.Miner and some who follow him blindly like he's an authority on phish quality might see shiny resplendent silken robes, but that's bull crap. Dude, he's totally naked.


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