SET 1: Axilla, All Things Reconsidered, Suzy Greenberg > Rift, The Sloth, Reba, Sparkle > Stash, The Lizards, Memories, David Bowie > I Walk the Line, David Bowie
SET 2: Chalk Dust Torture, Fluffhead, Tube, You Enjoy Myself, Fast Enough for You, Dinner and a Movie, Harry Hood, Hold Your Head Up > Terrapin, Lengthwise, Self
ENCORE: Sweet Adeline, Good Times Bad Times
Trey mentioned the Dude of Life in Suzy. Stash contained Linus and Lucy teases. Memories and Sweet Adeline were performed without microphones. Trey called Mike "The Man in Black" after I Walk The Line. Bowie was unfinished and included multiple Ring of Fire teases as well as a Jimmy Olsen’s Blues tease from Trey, a Spooky tease from Page, and a Simpsons signal in the intro. Chalk Dust and Tube contained Buried Alive teases from Trey. After Lengthwise, Trey wished a happy birthday to "Curtis" and then briefly teased Curtis Loew. Self (first since November 8, 1991, or 118 shows) featured The Dude of Life on vocals.
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Review by dscott
- Stash: This version gets peppy and light without losing its ominous edge.
- Bowie > I Walk the Line > Bowie: Amusing and strangely authentic Country Cactus interlude in the tease-heavy intro. Impressive thematically-oriented jamming. Then, it just suddenly comes to a stop with Trey announcing the set break. No trills (boo), but plenty of thrills.
- Chalkdust: A snarling fire puppy. Trey tears it a new one. Must. Hear.
- YEM: Simply glorious bliss section. Aggressive funk. Cool vocal jam.
- Hood: Brilliant version that somehow occupies sub-radar strata. Playfully creeping intro. Unique little piano variations from Page during the latter composed segment. Tantalizing build. Bubbly climax. You can feel good...and I'm a bit concerned about your Phish appreciation skills if you don't!