, attached to 2010-03-06

Review by WeatherReport

WeatherReport This was my come back show, after not seeing the band (or any members solo), since 1998. It was great to see Mike in small venue again, it reminded me of being at the Front in Burlington in the early days. I went and purchased the Green Sparrow CD prior to the show, which I really like. I think Mike's solo albums, and shows have improved steadily with time. The version of Andelman's Yard was great, along with Voices, and Jaded. I liked that they gave Scott a chance to play an old Max Creek tune. Willow Tree was always one of my favorites at Creek shows, and it sounded even better with Mike on bass. It was also really nice to hear Sugar Shack, which I've never heard Phish play live to this day. Toad's Place is truly a classic music venue, it opened in 1976. I've been going there since my high school days, and have always liked the place. I really hope Mike plays there again in the future, or maybe even Page and the Metermen, who I've never seen live.


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