, attached to 2015-01-03

Review by TurolfBlooge

TurolfBlooge american friend have this to say: "why does god blow out the scout's lantern when he is exploring the rich folds of mother earth, increasing the chance that he may have to spit roast his dog, just to survive? why does god take the farmer's mule back to heaven, putting him more increasingly at the mercy of his wife's mood swings; she who is sometimes but a flurry of fingernails and sharp words? these are rhetorical questions, but i think you smell what i'm cooking."

we of phish listening club, euro chapter, wholeheartedly agree. as we had been following the webcast from couches with location all throughout the greater europa, some with areas as far distant as minsk, communicating with each other via sms, telephone, telegraph, tin cans connected by string, walky talky, smoke signal, snail mail, video conference, thank you note, notes baked into no-bake cakes, courier, homing pigeon, secret language, and in some cases regular conversation, and e-mail, we generally could not help thinking there was so much of forest, great big, really expansive forest, and, only tiny little insignificant bit of trees. for reason such like this, we have had such a time, excellent, cool, really nice, and great, in it's overall general fun and special feelings. only one from among us, being traumatized, on his visit to tallahassee, florida, by such a truck stop clif bar as to make him 'puke-up guts' and thus confining to him motel 6 room whilst friends went as tourist. we have said to him, 'Jan, clif bar perhaps is made within facility also which processing peanuts.' Alas, we can nothing assuage him irrational fear of green tea and thus, he has discontinued his webcast, early second set.

we of phish listening club, euro division, therefore believe, very nearly in unanimous way, that this show really is worthy of rating: "worth a listen." with so much forest, we think these songs are thus nicely together, and was really classic time. Jan will be ok, was great way to put nice stamp on new year. Jan admitted he is allergic to peanuts and wants to seeing show in person. now that's what i am calling progress! so, from our farmhouse to yours, perhaps via intercom, we wishing everybody happy new year, with abundant and righteous phishing!


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