, attached to 2000-09-30

Review by YEM930

YEM930 2000 was a roller coaster ride with moments of euphoria and sorrow. Up there with the laughter at the Moby Dick Deer Creek show, Vegas was one of the endless reasons I love The Phish from Vermont. From Walfredo to Emotional Rescue this was a powerful show.

Now that I think back on you Walfredo, those were the times I'll never forget. No regrets. WITH. The circus is the place for me. I was that far gone. Trapped in time and I don't know what to do. We had it simple then I Saw it Again. Then Esther died. Sharin' in the groove...

Air horn trigger. Woah Timber. Put 'em in a field and let 'em fight it out. Fifty shows and first Forbin...pile of goo...flyyyyy. And when we heard the end result. Flowing through the hourglass pushing through the funnel. I just had to look, having read the book. Steadfast and true.

This was my birthday show, Trey's birthday show. Phish played til midnight then we ran across Vegas both nights to get to Les' 1AM birthday shows at the House of Blues. Animals. Oysterhead. The crew gave me Stewart's sticks. Met Trey at 4AM and shook the hand that shook the hand.

Rode the wave all the way up through Shoreline.

The end of an era?!

Happy happy all my friends, blow out candles once again...


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