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Phish Exile on Main St. at Festival 8

Posted by teibs On November - 1 - 2009

setlist Phish Exile on Main St. at Festival 8@AndyShore It was apparent Phish was set to play Exile on Main Street by the time we awoke on Saturday. Our neighbors came back from the concert area with a Playbill and instantly I wanted it to be time for the Halloween set. Horn section, Sharon Jones and Shaunda Williams on back up vox, the whole shlamazel.

A video that began with “Thriller” turned into a whole mashup of the albums, songs and videos involved with the original 99 albums. “Rocks Off” kicked off Phish’s costume, with the horns already adding an exciting element. When Jones and Williams joined everyone in stage for “Tumbling Dice” a few songs later, it was clear we were in for a special evening.

The peak of the set was the fan familiar “Loving Cup.” With the added horns and vocals, it may have been the best version of that song Phish has ever played. The rest of the set is a blur of excitement and awesomeness.

Though some of the set only had the four members of Phish, side four heavily featured the horns and back up vocals. They especially shone bright during the breakdown in “Shine a Light.” Trey just stopped what he was doing to turn around and watch them do their thing, smiling ear to ear all the while. By the time the last notes of “Soul Survivor” rang out, it wouldn’t matter what Phish played in the third set. It was already my favorite Phish show of all time.

Phish Festival 8 Night 1 Review

Posted by teibs On October - 31 - 2009

phish1 300x193 Phish Festival 8 Night 1 Review@AndyShore The first night of a three night run is tricky. The band needs to be careful not to blow their load too early, while not seeming like they’re holding back. Phish took night one at Festival 8 and did not only that, but so much more. I was left with my mind spinning, trying to figure out what they were going to do with six more sets. So excited for the possibilities.

The first set opened with “Party Time.” The perfect welcoming to a festival. The L’cha Dodi* of music festivals if you will. From there is was go time. “Chalkdust Torture” made way into an especially funky and groove-tastic “Moma Dance.” Read the rest of this entry »

Phish Festival 8: Complete Guide

Posted by teibs On October - 29 - 2009

phishfestival8 300x172 Phish Festival 8: Complete Guide@ZackTeibloom Phish Festival 8 is upon us. Hopefully this will provide a guide to getting in with all your willies and your wares, have an educated guess at what the acoustic set and Phish costume will be like, and keep you updated with everything you could care to know about Phish Festival 8.

We’ve got a ton of Phish costume ideas you can put together last minute, thorough analysis of the music and constant updates from our Twitter friends and, starting Friday, @Andyshore on the scene reporting first hand. If you have something we should be reporting, comment here or Tweet @Phishfestival8. Read the rest of this entry »

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