, attached to 2013-12-28

Review by Jaybp30

Jaybp30 Other than Steam no super standouts but a lot of well played songs. The flow was a little disjointed around # Line but I don't think pulling out of Tweezer was a bad move. For the Floyd fans around, if you want to hear how they would play Phish songs see Sand, Tweezer and Steam. That's why I think stopping Tweezer shorter than what we usually hope for was the right call, it was a dark, spaced out psychedelic jam that, I think had reached an end. I kind of wish they stayed in a darker place to bridge that Tweezer with the ridiculous and dark and awesome Steam. Love that song. Extra steamy ending. Piper raged and we got some solid jamming in the first set. Monica has fully arrived (thanks Page), some fun sword fighting from Mike and Trey in a rocking Suzie and Simpsons signal. Huh, as a write this I think I just bumped its grade from a B to a B+. Oh yeah, armpits smell bad but songs about them sure do kick a$$.


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