SET 1: Pebbles and Marbles -> Makisupa Policeman > Sample in a Jar > The Silver Light > Halley's Comet > Mountains in the Mist, Mull > Set Your Soul Free
SET 2: Blaze On > Beneath a Sea of Stars Part 1 > 46 Days > Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley -> Weekapaug Groove, About to Run, If I Could > Sigma Oasis
ENCORE: Fuck Your Face > Meatstick > The Lizards > A Life Beyond The Dream
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Review by waxbanks
Fall Tour was so good this year -- a bold step beyond Summer and and flying leap beyond what 'Phish 3.0' had led us to expect -- that this show is likely being marked down a bit for being merely Kong- and not Godzilla-sized. The best of this tour can reasonably be named the best Phish of the 21st century, and the band was unquestionably playing at a more consistently high level than at any point since Coventry, if not Big Cypress. This show is 'merely' that good, Mike and Fish merely playing their asses off, Trey merely high as a kite off his Dezron-meets-Fish-and-Ray TAB vacation, Page merely bringing a Soviet nuclear reactor's worth of electromechanical doodads to bear on his bandmates' intriguing musical/emotional problems. We might be grateful for a tour so ludicrously good (at this improbably late hour) that this excellent Phish concert manages, somehow, not to stand out. Anyway, I love it and suggest you do the same.