SET 1: Punch You in the Eye > Possum, Bathtub Gin, Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home?, Boogie On Reggae Woman, Destiny Unbound, Backwards Down the Number Line, Bouncing Around the Room, Stash, Joy, Buffalo Bill, Dog Faced Boy, Run Like an Antelope
SET 2: Down with Disease > Prince Caspian > Twist, Roses Are Free > My Friend, My Friend > My Problem Right There, Tube > Mike's Song > The Horse > Silent in the Morning, Mexican Cousin, Weekapaug Groove, Suzy Greenberg > Slave to the Traffic Light
ENCORE: Character Zero
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Review by milesoleo
# Possum - super high energy possum with a excellent build and solo from trey, shredded harder than any other in recent memory.
# Bathtub Gin - GIN, went well with the noticeably drunk crowd, great solo and build by the band, you can hear mike trying to take it out there, which he was able to do on 10/19. everyone was loving this version and it holds up well on tape
# Bill Bailey - Hilarious, heart warming, all smiles, good stuff.
# Boogie - Perfect way to get everyone dancing again, mike's bass realigned my spine, thanks mike.
# Destiny Unbound - love the song even with the treybotch, he forgot the chords a bit, but I love the words, story and vibe of this song, excellent placement in the set.
# Backwards Down The Number Line - came with a friend I've known sine I was 8 and we've been seeing shows together since '98 we loved it, trey summoned jerry and then gave him a guitar lesson - sick soloing by red.
# Bouncing Around The Room - love this tune, perfect placement
# Stash - a couple ruff spots but the jam went deep and I got lost in it, I liked it, great 3.0 stash jam.
# Joy - dig this tune, odd placement but I did this tune, I'm man enough to admit it. haha
# Buffalo Bill - loved it, odd placement, but who cares, cool song
# Dog Faced Boy into antelope was one of several highlights for me. beautifully done!
# Run Like n Antelope - great antelope with an insane screaming peak by the band, listen to that full band whale at the peak... fuck!
# Down With Disease - great jam off the theme and then nice tight improv after, one of my favorite DWD's of 3.0
# Prince Caspian - not my favorite, but live it is fun, super raging solo by trey into...
# Twist - laser note full band improv around the theme, always love twist
# Roses Are Free - loved it, place was going off >
# My Friend, My Friend - wow, out of nowhere! perfectly fit with the peak of roses, a set highlight for me
# My Problem Right There - great new song, actually like it more listening to it on tape than at the show, cool new tune.
# Tube - like boogie in the 1st set, got everyone back on board the groove train, too short though
# Mike's Song - HOT mikes with bacon and cheese, covered and smothered Charleston style! Raging Mikes...
# The Horse - at the show I needed the breather
# Silent In The Morning - great lights during this, nicely played.
# Mexican Cousin - wasn't a fan until tonight, went perfectly with this particular crowd, damn melody is still stuck in my head.
# Weekapaug - typical & great energized version, nothing too crazy
# Suzy Greenberg - nice moog solo by page then full band jam along with page on the piano, not as crazy as the greek3 suzy but they are really nailing this song, nice spot in the setlist
# Slave - Wow! beautiful version and placement, just a wonderful beautiful moment during this raging show
# Character Zero - Not sure if there is another version out there where trey slays it like this, perfect encore for this show. Listen to this solo!!
Party of a show from start to finish, crowd was drunk and raging and so was the band. It all worked in person, fun as hell show, 28 songs, like a big 14,000 person house party with phish as the house band. Next night went deeper in places but I personally like this show more. Just great energy and super energized/focused playing. Possibly a "had to be there show" Who knows & who cares, reminded me of one of my first shows, 12/6/94. Thanks boys!!