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Album Review

Phish's August 13, 2010 show at the Verizon Wireless Music Center in Noblesville, IN is the second of two shows available from the location in the Live Phish Download series. The summer 2010 tour is an exciting one in the annals of the band's history. They seemed to have worked the bugs out of their repertoire before July, and each and every evening has its share of material that is nearly mind-blowing. This night was no exception. While things kick off with a rather de rigeur reading of "Chalk Dust Torture," it gives way to a tight, pleasurable, song-oriented series, including "Guelah Papyrus" and a storming "Axilla." These are nice prefaces, but the reading of "Walls of the Cave" is where it really begins to shine. This is one of the finer versions of this song from the entire tour, and it is matched by readings of "Stash" and "Ocelot." The set moves through a killer cover of Lynyrd Skynyrd's "The Ballad of Curtis Loew," and closes with a stellar, nine-minute "Possum." Set two's highlights are a truly inspired version of "Maze" (which is arguably the highlight of the evening), followed by a choogling "Meatstick," which begins a jam marathon that transitions into "The Mango Song," "Fluffhead," and "Julius." After that journey, the encores, "Contact" and an intuitively expansive "Slave to the Traffic Light," feel like icing on an already decorative cake.

Customer Reviews

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i was at this show and it was awesome. first walls of the cave since like 96. and the ballad of curtis lowe was awesome. a definite must hear show.

WOTC 1996?

To the person who made the comment about WOTC being played for the first time since 1996 at this show....your a moron! WOTC was even written or performed until 2003-2004...the song didnt exsist in 1996! If your a Phishnoob that's fine, but dont post comments as stupid as this and expect not to get hammered for it!

Solid Show

Great first set followed by a decent second set. The vibe is there all night long and I find myself liking first sets a whole lot more these days. They really tell the story of a show more accurately than a second set can. When they're on in the first, the second will always be great. The first set always sets the tone. This is a long first set with lots of ups and downs. Everything is well played and flows nicely. There does however seem to be a little feedback buzz all show long (which is a little annoying). Highlights include a well played chalkdust--geulah, stash, wotc, and curtis loew. The second set is a little all over the place but the meatstick--mango and contact---slave encore are great. Keep em comin'.

Biography

Formed: 1983 in Burlington, VT

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

During the early '90s, Phish emerged as heirs to the Grateful Dead's throne. Although their music was somewhat similar to the Dead's sound — an eclectic, free-form rock & roll encompassing elements of folk, jazz, country, bluegrass, and pop — the group adhered more to jazz-derived improvisation than folk tradition. Moreover, they sported a looser, goofier attitude; after all, their drummer regularly played a vacuum during their concerts. However, Phish's main claim as the inheritors...
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