, attached to 1999-12-16

Review by Abe_Froman

Abe_Froman The big highlight is the Velvet Sea>Tweezer>Runaway Jim. Trey is feeling it, Page is right there with him, Mike and Fish lay down the foundation. It's probably my favorite Velvet Sea, complete with a Siket Disc like jam at the end. Then the Tweezer. Phish builds and builds until a Fish drum fill turns on THE HOSE. Gorgeous. And Jim is the tension release.

Pretty darn good show overall. Sand goes long, sort of deep, but I like other Sands more. First set has some cool stuff, Limb smokes, Roggae is beautiful, and this Camel Walk is really fun. You can really imagine leading a camel train down to the city at night, a "Midnight at the Oasis" kinda thing.

A pretty solid show from a good month of Phish. Enjoy!


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