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Review by DollarBill
Landlady starts off with a little digi-noise in the bootleg. Good Landlady thought, a little labored at the end. Jim is good as usual even though Trey flubs a little part of the lyrics. No big deal, great jam. Foam is good, maybe just a pinch off here and there. Trey flubs the Sparkle intro again? Ok Sparkle. Stash has a few rough spots in the middle but, has a good jam. You can hear them talking about it on the tape. Coil starts off ok but, Mike falls off in the middle for quite a bit, then Page for a bit. Cavern again for the second time has Fishman coming out to do a vacuum solo before the final note. Mike is not ready for YEM and does not play the intro part. This leads to kind of a sloppy YEM in parts. Even the ending jam is weak as Mike sounds frustrated with his playing. Vocal jam is ok, then you hear Trey say thank you and call out Greenberg!
I guess Suzy actually counts as the encore tonight, although they did not leave the stage.
Not too bad of a set. It's always nice to hear soundboard quality Phish. A little too many warts to be great.