, attached to 2010-06-24

Review by ThinMan

ThinMan This show was full-tilt phish from start to finish. A true shreader that if you like Phih loud, kranked up and in your face, then this is your show. I love Phish like that, so this was perfect for me. I could care less about 20 minute ambient jams and Spac '04 puts me to sleep. So my oh my, 6/24/10 is where it was at.

Straight through the Timber, Phish did not let up with maybe water in the sky being a quick lull. The Ocelot was much better then most and Trey was really coming through with the piercing solos. The Boogie was the best one they have played 3.0 (i know not saying much), but it had a little extra umph that most '09 versions did not have. Gumbo is soooo much better than The Wedge and Timber was really dark and nasty in a very good way. Birds was short and that still needs to break free, but Reba again was tight and The Rover was pure Phish madness.

The 2nd set was just a straight up rock fest, fast tunes, played loud and the crowd going ballistic. A true east coast monster - some mistakes - sure, some cut jams - sure, but it didn't matter, everyone in the entire venue was having a blast and in the end that is all that matters.

the highlight for me was the 20 Years Later - my third, but by far the best and the darkness was on...9/10


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