, attached to 2014-07-01

Review by TooManyUrkels

TooManyUrkels Showed up mid-way through the first set with the crew. This was early in my exposure to Phish, so was chasing some ALO classics that I got at this show (Stash, BATR namely) and was psyched on that. My mom came too and was stoked on the scene.

Listening back, everything is well-rendered in both sets. Set 1 is played pretty close to the chest - no particularly notable jams or renditions to note, but the Fuego tunes sound crispy.

Set 2's highlights are the Ghost > Hood trio; unfortunately Mike's > Free was mostly a non-starter in hindsight, although tightly performed. I remember my good buddy, who came to the show despite not really liking Phish, was audibly impressed by a moment in the second set (I don't remember which song) where the boys - and CK5 - linked up on an accented hit amidst some ambling, middling passage of a jam. Good times. I'd give it 3.5 stars if I could, but will settle with 4.
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