, attached to 1999-10-03

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw On the heels of some pure fire shows Phish plays a little more....Normal?

Farmhouse has a great guitar solo. Carini is a slaughterfest by Trey and Fish. Ginseng Sullivan is very very rough. This can be somewhat forgotten by a pretty awesome intro to Back On The Train which turns out to be another pretty standard version. Maze although nothing new is relatively strong.

Twist kicks off the second set and just barely dips into uncharted territory as it goes into a version of Possum that has a little extra mustard. This is proceeded by the "Fun" portion of the set inlcuding TMWSIY> Avenue> BBFCFM which I'm sure is a nice bustout patch in the set. This goes into the only real business the whole show. Which is a Bowie that simmers into a dark groove led by Mike, and then picks up slowly flying into the outro. Hood has a strong intro and mini drum solo by Fish, and is a strong version.

The Encore is a fun guest sit in with Son Seals.

Overall a very average show that is toned down quite a bit from the prior ones.
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