, attached to 2013-07-05

Review by Spirit

Spirit Fun show, straightforward first set, and a more experimental 2nd set.

First set:

Nothing too exciting until the Debut of Yarmouth Road, which was soundchecked 2 nights before in Bangor, glad to see it brought out. Bathtub was good but the redeaming part of set 1 was the Army of One-> David Bowie. Cites cut off a little short maybe but, solid transition into Bowie and the Bowie was quite beautiful, but maybe a little screachy or sloppy twoards the very end. all in all, not the most exciting set of Phish.

Set 2:
Wow what a fun opener, set the mood that they were ready to try to venture out of the box a little, Light was a little wandering but had some really locked in moments for a lot if it, with a undecicive yet satisfying transition into Mango, another first for me. 46 days had me worried at first but the crowd was really into it and they added a nice slowed down funk jam on the end which i was hoping would happen, deviating it from the straightforward mid 2set rock solo it is sometimes. Steam had me a little dissapointed because it had potential and it got away from trey imho, rest is the show is beautiful with a really nice and rockin Character Zero.

Fun times had by all


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