, attached to 2014-07-05

Review by CosmicJamz

CosmicJamz After seeing 'Can't turn you loose' was at the soundcheck it makes me want it to reappear in Possum. I love it when the soundchecks look sick on paper, Wombat > Manteca, wow.

I do believe the odds of scoring a pav ticket is 1 out of every six shows you attend. SPAC is a whole different universe from the inside. Unlike other venues, SPAC has this enormous walled structure that obscures the stage to some degree. I think I've been in good seats SPAC 3/14 times. Last year I got to rock orchpits! Lawn all three nights is rough but there are fun places to be and flat ground to be had. Which brings me to last night 7/5.

Love the 50 north lot. It was like a hippie mall with all sorts of merch to be purveyed and sought. Lots of rock specimens and crystals abound. It was a beautiful day and certainly the best weather of the run.

The show had a lot of 'greatest hits' with strong versions that poured high-energy and excitement into the crowds. The area I was at transformed into a crazy dance party that reminded me of the madness of Sand at Cypress for some reason. My periphery had a crowd of dancers and it was great all night long. I perceived the Carini to have a 'happy' vibe that melted into Waves. Lots of fun. Piper was A+ on taking us there. I was waiting all night for a YEM and finally got one. I was really hoping for a crazy bust out this time around like a Spock's Brain or Brother but in the Phish universe you never know what stop your getting on or off. SPAC to the future.
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