10-4-00 -- Coors Amphitheatre, Chula Vista, California
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...this show was fuckin great!!! ..dan
Date: Thu, 5 Oct 2000 10:46:15 -0700
From: the colfax Colfax@ampro.net
Subject: Chula Review
Well, I've really, REALLY been wanting to write a review for Vegas, but
haven't yet had the time. So that comment should be some indication as to how
much last night's show meant to me that I'm writing that review first.
It should go without saying now that Chula Vista is the most laid back, cool
arena ever. The California vibe ebbs and flows from everyone involved in that
scene. Even the cops on the lot were chill.
Overall, the night was musically flawless. Chris Kuroda continues to be the
MVP of this tour. It has been many shows since he has captured me the way he
has in the 4 shows I've just seen.
First set Reba was everything I hope for in a Reba. Except I sortof like the
whistling and this was an unfinished one. I'm going to skip right ahead to
the end of set Antelope by merely saying that every song they played in the
first set was exactly as it's supposed to sound. No flubs. Flawless playing
and just straight out jamming. I'll only focus on the real gems.
The Antelope was the most incredible Antelope I've heard. This one even
rivals some of the "best of" antelopes that I've heard only on tape. That
song rivaled it's predecessor, the BOOGIE ON RAGGAE WOMAN jam from Chula last
year (9-18-99). I was unable to speak for the first few minutes of set
2nd Set opener, Rock and Roll was played well and jammed out nicely. This
song never disappoints and this was no exception. 2001 was amazing. I was
surprised to hear it again, but loved every second. Kuroda outdid himself on
this one. This was even better than his 2001 at Vegas. Tons of fog again
and he just lit that stuff up. Lots of spinning wheel type lights creating
circles behind the boys. I was sitting pretty close for this one and I
looked up at the mothership and it was just hovering above me. I swear I
thought I'd be abducted.
The rest of the set was REALLY solid. Including a nice Jibboo and a Bug which
was really jammed out. It may be the best Bug I've heard. HOOD started up
and I couldn't believe how nicely they tooled around with this one for
awhile. I'm starting to have mixed feelings on the glowsticks. They're so
much fun to watch, but quite distracting during one of Phish's best songs. I
tried to keep focusing on the music, but can't wait to hear some sections
from the tape again. Every change was hit. Every note was mastered. They
were so tight tonight.
Cavern and Loving Cup were straightforward and just rocked out. Everyone's
voice sounded great tonight. No raspiness in Trey's voice (like on Leno).
With the example of SAMPLE, I think the setlist was nicely placed too. And
after like 3 seconds into Sample I didn't even mind the placement of it. It
was just initially strange.
I'm definitely putting this one up there as a favorite. I wish every show
could be in Chula.
Date: Mon, 9 Oct 2000 14:19:31 -0400
From: Larry Mecca LMecca@mathematica-mpr.com
Subject: Review - 10/4/2000 - Chula Vista
Review - 10/4/2000 - Chula Vista:
Good time in the lots, nice mellow laid back feel hangin' in the desert. No
charge for parking and security was almost nonexistent. Great place to see
a show. Watching the sunset on the desert mountains off to the right and
the half-moon come up over the stage while getting a wet ass sitting on the
Moma Dance kicks things off very nicely and I start to twirl. My first It's
Ice with a little ambient jamming thrown in giving the feeling of moving
slowly throw the icy water where our doubles pulled us down. Bouncin', yeah
I know, I like the vocals at the end, standard and it was over quick. Funky
Bitch, great tune to shake your ass to and it got me groovin' again after
the Boucin' interruption. Reba!! I absolutely love Reba and I was twirlin'
all over to it, always lifts my spirits, nicely jammed but no whistling :(.
Sweet soulful Dog Faced Boy nearly brings a tear to my eye. Antelope to
close the set and what an Antelope it was, building to a maddening crescendo
that had us panting for breath, Bob Weaver instead of Marco :), and a
ripping close shifting to the high gear of our souls.
Some deep rapping with my buddy Herb --that I traveled 3k from Jersey to
hang with-- in between sets made the time go by quickly.
I found the mud pit that I had churned up during the first set just in time
for Rock & Roll!! I got this at PNC this summer coming out of that
beautiful Drowned jam. I was praying for Sweet Jane, my other fav from the
'98 musical costume, but I'm not gonna complain. You could feel Zarathustra
coming and it's a cool tune to dance to although I don't like listening to
it on tape for some reason. Sample, with a little ending solo that was
nice. Gotta Jiboo baby! My first and it blew me away as it seemed to go on
forever at the time in my altered state. Followed by a sweet Bug that was
an eternity in itself, just beautiful, and a rippin' Hood with dem funky ass
glow stix flying around to accent the light show. Cavern had me looking
around for my sandals as it always does :) and the set was over and the boys
were walking off the stage.
Waiting impatiently for an encore hoping it was gonna be YEM (too much to
hope for) but instead the opening notes from Page for Lovin' Cup! I seem to
always get this tune but that's alright by me cuz it's great, it makes
everyone happy and left us wanting more but we'd have to wait 'til tomorrow
at Irvine for it.
I left a 6'x6' patch of mud on the lawn in my wake. :)
Date: Thu, 5 Oct 2000 11:30:45 -0700
From: Matt O'Malley email@example.com
Subject: 10/4 Coors Amphitheater
Chula Vista, CA
Moma Dance (8:58)
It's Ice (9:37)
Funky Bitch (7:31)
Dog Faced Boy (2:23)
Total Time: 58:31
Rock 'n Roll (9:16)
Also Sprach Zarathustra (10:43)
Gotta Jibboo (11:01)
Harry Hood (12:30)
Total Time: 1:02:20
Loving Cup (7:07)
** Trey introduces Fish as "Bob Weaver"
Onto the review...
This was my 51st show and second at Coors Amphitheater. Coors is a pleasant
pavilion/lawn style venue about 12 miles southeast of downtown San Diego.
The Coors logo emblazoned all over the place is gaudy, but in general it's a
solid venue. The absence of a roof over the pavilion helps the sound
immensely. The rows in the pavilion are well-spaced with plenty of room to
move. I have no comment on the lot scene other than it's half paved and half
MOMA DANCE. Standard, excellent MOMA, but check out 7/6/00 Molson Center!
Song works very well as an opener. A phunky groove on The ONE. The only time
Trey employed the wah pedal on this night. Anyone know *for sure* what type
of wah he uses? Teese Real McCoy, Clyde McCoy, Thomas Organ? It ain't no
Dunlop, tha's for certain! Superb tone!
IT'S ICE followed and the band took this early opportunity to display and
sharpen their chops for the rest of the night. This is a welcome return to
the rotation, though I admit I got a little tired of the song in '93-94. The
improvised middle section of this ICE was weird. Mike kept repeating this
VERY loud and deep note on his Modulus that had both my ears and my clothes
shaking. It had an ambient feel to it and was frankly rather boring. Just
as I was about to nod off, Fish snapped the snare and the song returned to
its standard, snappy ending. The band's execution was tight and my grin was
BOUNCIN' came next. Standard.
FUNKY BITCH: Energy level rose palpably with the opening notes to this
song. It varies little, for sure, but it's a hell of blues number. Page
took the first solo on the Grand and then Trey tore shit up. Above average
REBA: I must've looked like a complete idiot jumping up and down (Sec. 103,
row R) as Trey started the opening notes of this. The opening section was
played a little quick and this made executing the amazingly complex
instrumental section, post-lyrics, a difficult order chop-wise. The band
held their own and only Trey was guilty of the occasional musical flub. Of
course, for most veterans, this song "begins" after Fish's last drum fill
(THE CHILL). The jam segment started beautifully (as always) with Trey
patiently and mellifluosly soloing in the lower regions of the 'doc. I'd
need to hear this again to give it a legitimate review. At times the jam
seemed a little rudderless but the last 4 minutes or so were raging. Built
to a typically excellent Reba climax. No whistling.
DOG FACED BOY: Filler
ANTELOPE: Perfect call to close out a solid set of Phish!!! Trey played the
intro very true-to-Lawn Boy-form. He was getting excellent tone during the
intro which had me very psyched for the Antelope jam. This one kicked my
jaded old rear-end with a smoking jam reminiscent of 11/2/96 Coral Sky.
Superb Antelope. Best song of the set in terms of its combination of jamming
and excecution. Trey, in a light-hearted moment, introduced Fish as "Bob
Weaver" during the "Marco Esquandolis" lyric, presumably to acknowledge the
incredible display of drumming he put on in the last 3 or so minutes of the
Very satisfying first set in general. No secret what the highlights were.
This will make a good car tape.
ROCK 'N ROLL: I was expecting Jibboo and was very pleasantly caught off
guard by this call to open. After 10/31/98 I was thinking that if any
"Loaded" song remains in the rotation it be this one. I'm very glad it did.
A good deal of Page vocals tonight, always welcome!!! While nothing can
compare the FEROCIOUS JAMMING of the Big Cypress R'nR (the musical highlight
of that experience, for me) this one held its own. The jam reminded me at
times of a typically-fiery Down w/ Disease jam. Rock star Trey, to be sure.
ASZ/2001: Just heard it in Vegas, but this song never seems to bring a set
down. Standard good 2001.
SAMPLE: Not a personal favorite of mine, but Trey always manages to play one
helluva teary-eyed solo at the end. Standard.
GOTTA JIBBOO: I was expecting it first. It came fourth. Excellent version,
though this song isn't really exploring much new ground at 11 minutes. I
think Trey was on guitar for the whole version, which helped. His keyboard
playing does nothing for me, or the jams particularly. Good dance song.
BUG: I really enjoyed this song and this version in particular was the
strongest I think I've heard. Soft and introspective in the beginning and
the jam has really turned a corner. Trey in complete control with another
half-Rock star/half Teary-eyed jam that was quite moving. Has anyone else
noticed that the chord progession to this song is almost identical to Oh!
Sweet Nuthin' from (V.U.'s) Loaded. Beautiful melody.
HARRY HOOD: This Hood was a little shorter than average, rushed maybe?
However, the early moments of the jam segment contained some of the most
melodious and beautiful guitar work of the night though. Short, but mostly
true-to form [read; excellent] Hood. The obligatory glow stick war during
this song is *played* and please stop throwing them at the band for christ
sake! I've come to terms with the fact that I'll probably never see another
Hood like the version from 7/1/95 Great Woods. A non-tradtional (and
spellbindingly gorgeous!) version for comparison. Just the same, the show
could have ended here and I would have been sent home smiling.
CAVERN: Standard. This helped my Phantasy Phish ranking as it's my set II
LOVING CUP: Always a welcome choice. I mean, anything but Fire,
right? Nothing out of the ordinary, just great rocking fun w/ a solo that
would make Ron Wood jealous.
Had a great time and look forward to hearing the Antelope, Reba, Bug, Rock 'n
Roll and Hood again sometime soon on CDR.
See you tonight in Irvine where I bet it all true for you!
Date: Thu, 5 Oct 2000 13:36:58 -0400
From: Gabriel Nozot firstname.lastname@example.org
I'VE SEEN THE VEGAS AND PHOENIX SHOWS, AS WELL AS THE CHULA VISTA SHOW, AND
SO FAR CHULA VISTA SMOKED EVERYTHING IVE SEEN SO FAR! THEY HAD SOMETHING TO
PROVE THIS TIME AROUND BABY, AND THEY DID!! PHABULOUS SHOW!!
Date: Thu, 05 Oct 2000 09:28:52 -0700
From: Joe Johnson email@example.com
I: Moma Dance, It's Ice, Bouncin' Around the Room, Funky Bitch, Reba,
Dog Faced Boy, Run Like an Antelope
II: Rock and Roll, 2001 > Sample in a Jar, Gotta Jibboo, Bug, Harry Hood,
E: Loving Cup
This was my first west coast show. As a matter of fact it was the western
most show I'd been to outside of Iowa. I'm a Chi-town phellow with a softer
spot for the midwest shows, and I usually make it out to the east coast
too. THis was #23 for me and I still have the next three farewell shows to
go to. I had one more first last night as well, I decided to bring a newbie
into our family. He is my cousin and he got me into great music when I was
very young so I thought it only fair. He's your typical newbie, metalhead,
and we got nicely inebriated (No alcohol) and made our way to the coors
Moma: Great opener, This song has gotten progressively way more funked out
and they raged at the end. All band members met their changes perfectly.
It's Ice: Phenomenal Ice with a light show that was so on it was spooky.
Chula vista is this pirates of the Caribbean style beautiful sierra
landscaped theater and the moon sits atop the stage the whole night with the
mountains off in the background. Gorgeous.
Bouncin': Perfect newbie material
Funky Bitch: Trey brings the blues to the west coast, Being from the home of
the blues, I LOVE IT.
Reba: Great drawn out guitar licks with a raging end. These guys are so
tight this tour it's scary. THis reba is worth getting the tapes for. No
whistling. My cousin could not comprehend how they played all the changes in
this song. At this point he was shitting himself, He made a perfect
newbie. I think he's in love, We're finishing out the tour together, I flew
out from Chicago and he's driving up the coast with me. I can't wait.
Dog Faced Boy: Great song, Bad placement
Antelope: Despite hearing it 5 times at very recent shows I enjoyed hearing
this version due to the different approach trey took towards the climax at
the end of the jam section. It was a Synergy of music and Vibe
Long Trippy set break. Grate visuals.
Rock and roll: A foreshadow in my opinion of what to expect in these last
few TROPHY farewell shows. GONNA MISS YOU GUYS.
2001: My cousins a huge sci-fi freak so this was a great first timer. The
light show was mind boggling as usual.
Sample: sat down. This song just doesn't belong sometimes.
Gotta Jiboo: HAD to piss, I heard enough jiboo's this summer. pretty
average from what I heard.
Bug: I was at Nashville this summer when they completely fucked this song up
so to hear a version like they played tonight was really nice and redeeming.
This version raged and is worth getting the tape for. As the cooked at the
end, the clouds mysteriously cleared over the back of the stage and the
stage looked like a big fireplace with clouds of smoke coming out of the back
of it and heading into the mountains and Kuroda caught on this this and just
left the red and orange fire lights on. Really trippy. Trey is losing his
Harry Hood: I always have a different feeling about this song each time they
play it but last night I was soo happy to hear it. Decent glow sticks. They
really dropped this one into the "Velvet Sea" liquid jam (that's what I call
the middle spacey watery part of this song, the "Velvet Sea," you wade in it
as they play) Then they just yank and pull you out and start raging the end
and it was a beautifully executed hood.
Cavern: Always Fun. I think that this was the planned encore but because of
the fireplace effect, they had to play...
...Loving Cup: They came back on stage right away and played a beautiful
cup. "I feel so humble with you tonite, just sitting beside fire." PERFECT.
My cousin caught on and is presently at work ranting and raving to a bunch of
his old dead head bosses.
All in all a great show. Highlights were the moma dance, antelope, rock n
roll and Hood. Others include the awesome weather and incredible venue and
squishy blue stems and caps. Goodnight
Date: Thu, 5 Oct 2000 01:29:39 -0700 (PDT)
From: David W. Cooke
Subject: 10-05-00 review
Okay, no chit chat about venue, etc., just music...
Moma Dance -- awesome opener. This one shed the normal Moma funk early
and just purely rocked. I don't know the time exactly of this one, but it
raged long enough for me. A definite set highlight.
It's Ice -- A first for me, it was quite humorous to see Fish dancing on
his seat. The falling beneath the ice (post-fight) section was extended a
little bit further and darker, and reached some interesting
"space." Other than that, not exceptional.
Bouncing -- Um, it was bouncing. The only thing to add was this was the
only Kuroda flub I've ever seen that was so noticeable, but when he was
supposed to light up Trey during the vocals at the end, he lit up Page
instead, then flicked it off and flicked on Trey's light -- it was
Funky Bitch -- PAAAAAGE!!! This rocked. It got extremely down and dirty
with a downright awesome solo by Page. Trey's solo was alright, nothing
extreme or anything, but it rocked pretty well. However, it was
definitely all about Page for this number.
Reba -- Standard Reba. The last couple minutes were pretty good, but it
just sort of stopped. Alas, no whistling.
Dog-Faced Boy -- Amusing.
Antelope -- First couple gears were fairly mellow, but then it started
picking up and by the time they hit high gear I was on cloud nine. The
crescendo was just maddening, with an intensity that just seemed to grow
and grow and explode. Nice Bob Weaver reference, and Trey said "Been you
to have any spliff (though he pronounced it very slowly as speleeeef),
Short first set at right around an hour. Highlights were definitely the
Moma opener and the Antelope closer, with a nice Funky Bitch by their
Rock & Roll --> It was a nice, tight, rocking Rock & Roll. They play
this cover quite well, and right as I thought they were about to take it
out of its standard setting, they popped right back into the normal
groove. Oh well. Out of the noisy ending came some feedback which turned
Also Sprach Zarathustra --> I was totally predicting Twist, since they
played it last night and hadn't played anything off of Farmhouse yet
tonight. Alas, it was this. I love classical music, and I was quite
happy that I finally got my 2001, but this version was extremely
bland. Some standard bass grooves were at work, but the overtones from
Trey just weren't adding much to the song. It seemed like the song went
feedback --> chorus --> empty space --> chorus --> ending noise. The only
thing that saved this rendition of the classic piece was Kuroda's lights
-- they were phucking phenomenal.
Sample in a Jar -- Wierd song to play after 2001 I thought, but it
actually came out pretty well. It, too, was not a genuine segue but a
case of the boys starting a new song out of the end of the previous
one. Not a big fan of this song usually, I thoroughly enjoyed this
Jiboo -- Okay, here was the second set jam I was looking for. And then,
right as they were taking off, soaring, just about to exit Earth's
atmosphere, Trey turns up the feedback and come looping back to the
surface. Now don't get me wrong -- I actually liked this version, and
thought it was solid and got out of some territory they too often fall
into with this, but it never got out entirely. Oh well.
Bug -- We needed a break, but this was a Caspian (not to rag on Caspian
since I like it, but it totally kills momentum sometimes). My girlfriend
really enjoyed this song, and it was okay I suppose. Surprisingly enough,
Trey really wailed that last solo out a bit.
Harry Hood -- I looked at my watch and saw 45 minutes into the set, and
went "Oh shit, please don't end here." This was a VERY straightforward
Hood with a minor glowstick war where (luckily) only a few landed on
stage. I'll never understand that. The last two minutes of this Hood
were quite nice, but so far this set had no real standout.
Cavern -- Damn it. I'm beginning to detest this song. It's an OK song, I
guess, but when you hear this start up it's quite depressing since you
know it means the end of the set. Nothing different on this one.
Short set clocking in at 63 minutes. Were we in for a big thunderous jam
session for our encore? Maybe a YEM?
Loving Cup -- Nope, it was _this_ song. Fortunately, this version was
just unbelievable. Trey was all over the guitar solos in this song. When
it kicked in I thought maybe we'd get a Squirming Coil paired with it, but
alas it was not to be.
Overall, the three aforementioned first set highlights belong on philler
on some fall discs, but the second set was nothing out of the
ordinary. Really, I wasn't as disappointed with the jamming (which
actually rocked, though it stayed 99% in-bounds) so much as the short
sets. Both sets were right an 1 hour -- that's just not that much
music. Oh well, I'll see you all at Irvine and Shoreline.
Date: Thu, 5 Oct 2000 11:23:32 -0700
From: Bob Shaddox firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: 10-4-00 -- REVIEW
10-4-00 -- Coors Amphitheatre, Chula Vista, California
Phish and the Art of Nerd Zen Rock
I've refrained from going to a show for over a year in an effort to lower my
tolerance to Phish (kind of like coffee). Last night was a pleasure. My
departure from their music definitely enhanced the experience. The lyrics to
Foreigner's "Feels Like The First Time" come to mind.
Jam brevity and Kuroda:
The band emphasized song selection, rather than jam brevity. Because this is
the only 2000 appearance of Phish that I will catch, I didn't mind the
shortwinded improvisation. The sound was terrific (especially on the floor)
and the lights were spellbinding. The band's lack of stage presence and
physical action was totally compensated for by Chris Kuroda. Trey Anastasio's
lack of performing with crazy hair, doing backflips and wearing tights was
supplemented by Kuroda's fingers dancing and flipping at the controls of the
lights. That's fine by me! This relationship between the band and Kuroda is
very tasteful and never infringes upon or compensates the mood or quality of
the music. Symbiosis. Harry Hood perfectly illustrated this (and the audience
participation with the glow "rings" was a nice touch).
My double wants to stub me down:
Before the show started I was stubbed down (to the floor) by a daring friend.
By the second song I was squirming about like a coil and had to leave the
safety of the floor for the restroom (destroying my chance to get stubbed
down again). I returned to my "real" seat as It's Ice was beginning. This is
one of my all time favorite songs. The chasing instrumental section in the
middle of the song ensued and I found myself moving in and out of twirling
phans, drawn towards the lights and music. At the perimeter of each section
within the amphitheater, stonefaced guards were posted (totally unaffected by
the music and festivities). I passed two of these outposts unscathed and
finally made it to the threshold of the final frontier -- the floor (which
was heavily guarded with 4 or 5 agents of the venue). Bouncin' was driving
the crowd mad at this point and folks were doing exactly as the refrain
emphasizes. I watched several phans elude the careful watch of the security
force and then followed suit, cascading over the rail into the floor section
just in time for Reba. It was terrific fun. Phish's music was a perfect
soundtrack for my mischievous adventure. It was so entertaining to watch the
reactions of the security folks as Kuroda's lights flickered upon the faces
of the crowd, illuminating the intensity and otherworldly mindset.
Most of the concert was goofy and lighthearted with song highlights like Moma
Dance, Gotta Jibboo, Cavern and 2001. My favorite sentimental moments
occurred in Bug and Dogfaced Boy. Bug could serve as the mantra of our
generation. "It doesn't matter..." I looked around and saw people with their
eyes closed swaying to the wave-like repetition of this chorus. Some were
high, some rigidly sober and others just naturally buzzed. It's like the
audience was connected, but individually everyone was wrapped up in their own
little universe. Each one's special. Bug, to me, is a Zen Buddhist rock
anthem. Dogfaced Boy was a sweet moment of relief after the nonsensical
hysterics of Reba. I'd never seen it perfomed live and was delighted by the
fresh sound of the band's harmonies (often this delicate vocal interplay is
lost in the large sound of their other tunes). Of course, Lovin' Cup was the
ultimate emotional high for the evening. "Oh what a beautiful buzz...." Page,
leaning over his keys to belt out, "I feel so humble with you tonight just
sitting in front of the fire...", is enough to make even the most
androgenously stoned-out, rasta, trustfund mama swoon and vibrate with lust.
A good time had by all.
Drifting home on the 805, after the show, I gazed out the window and saw
folks from across the nation migrating north. I spied license plates from
Vermont, South Carolina, Wisconsin, Florida... every state you can imagine. A
homesick feeling, that I have not encountered since my first show at Red
Rocks in '96, swept over me. It was a bittersweet moment that will not be
soon forgotten. A boy passed us in his bus (windows clouded and tires low)
bearing a few obscure stickers. "Play It Leo" was the most prominent one. I
couldn't help but giggle to myself and ponder the absolute quirkiness of it
all. Who would've guessed that it would turn out like this.
Date: Thu, 5 Oct 2000 07:43:41 EDT
Subject: Review 10 - 04 - 00
Phish Tour emerging from the deserts realm to relax and recharge within the
soothing tranquillness of Coastal Soul found in San Diego, CA... Welcome
Phish friends to San Diego... and to a beautiful venue, mellow and relaxed
lot scene, one of the smoothest found anywhere... Crowd happy and friendly. A
warm fuzziness fills the air... A nice jammed out Drowned carried across the
lots during soundcheck, seemingly an added bonus of ocean vibe reflecting
upon the location. The show opens with a sweeping oceanic Moma Dance, strong
and mesmerizing, into a deep transcending It's Ice... With a middle section
that almost took off into an improvised jam. The elusive REBA was enticed
from the depths of nearby ocean canyons... This Reba carried through
wondurous journeys, as if traveling through the ocean waters and all her
mysterious creatures, a pure goody... Dog Faced Boy added a cool touch to
the first set, which was capped off by a magnificent Antelope that pranced
through the shallow waters before being swept up by powerfull ocean currents
that took the song up and down the coastline before washing up with the
smooth soothing waves... An amazing, powerfull 1st set. A wondurous vibe was
alive tonight, a vibe of warm fuzzzy gooo...
The 2nd set carried the vibe with a surprise Rock-N-Roll which felt more than
A fantastic 2001 danced and jammed within the crowd and band. Sample played
out past all its might into the deeper parts of the night. Jibboo also
played within the ocean waters full of warm fuzzy goo. A fuzzy gooey Bug
found its way to the show tonight with a Hood taboot... You really can feel
good about Hood.. Cavern reminded us when we slip into the night we will
want something to drink, and tonight we all drank from a Loving Cup...
Awesome night, awesome place, vibe, songs... Truely a warm fuzzzy gooey
night of PHISH in West Coast Magic... Ohhh..... SHORELINE !!!
psst... There was just something powerfully magical with how the moon sat
up above the venue... PEACE
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