, attached to 2011-06-14

Review by waxbanks

waxbanks All the midshow jams are unusually strong; from Ocelot through Bug the performances are precise, fluid, and touched in places with a sense of adventure. The Sand > DWD > Maze run is particularly fine, with the ambient jam out of Disease serving as a handy demonstration of Phish's recent mastery of that style, far beyond the toxic haze of 2004 or 2009's first steps. Hardly a classic Phish show - not even top 150 I'm guessing - but then how many bands can put on a 3-hour concert where every tune offers something *new and interesting*? That said, if you're looking for a first summer '11 show, grab 6/3 instead for its justly-celebrated DWD > Fluffhead > Bowie.


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