, attached to 2013-11-01

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads I can hear the phun in this show. From the John Cactus-infused Runaway Jim, to a great latter-day Sand, to the Mike bass-synth effects in Halfway to the Moon, to the rare Jesus Just Left Chicago, the first set has got a lot going for it. Everything is played stylishly and the band seems rejuvenated by the previous night's debut of what was then to be their album Wingsuit (which became their album Fuego.) Twist to open the second set is certainly long, but the Under Pressure antics have worn thin upon this relisten, though the Light jam is very stimulating. They revisit the Shaft antics in the Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley encore. I'm not much of a scenemaker so I don't necessarily know whereof I speak, but this weekend in Las Vegas feels as if it was a highpoint in Phishtory for the band and the audience both.


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