, attached to 2013-12-29

Review by Spirit

Spirit Many people above , with better writing skills have painted a better picture of the show than i could dream of so ill just give you the skinny.

This show had IT, the Flow and Energy control that really separates the great shows from the good shows. Song selection and placement was excellent all night.

Set 1 was a great set 1.

I really liked the Rift , Roggae , Sparkle segment.

Stash was Tension-y goodness

The real winners from the first set was a MONSTER "Its Ice" jam and a Gumbo to actually talk about, with Page going off on his Clav.

Oh and Trey Machine GUnnin that "Silent Trees" jam in Cave.

Set 2: Phish stepped up and delivered some of the finest jamming of the year with DWD > Carini. Carini is a must listen, a true drop all things and listen to now kind of jam.

Waves was floated in a blissfull way

Twist Rocked the house out , a great "3rd quarter jam" that we beg for so often.

Golgi is always a treat

the only "let down" and in the grand scheme of things it was still great, was the Bowie, expected more out of it, but after everything that came before i can let it slide, and they crushed the Bowie ending so all is well for me.


Will always love a Possum encore and this one was a dance fest, real fun hoe-down Possum.

5 stars, top 3 shows ive seen had a blast from start to finish..



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