Monday, June 21, 2010
In addition to the felony drug arrests Sunday, police arrested one person for tampering with evidence, a felony, and logged 21 charges for misdemeanor and violation-level possession of drugs, including nitrous oxide. There were also three arrests for DWI Saturday.
On Sunday, police made 28 arrests along with the felony drug charges: one DWI, 21 misdemeanors and violations for drugs, one criminal trespass, a misdemeanor, and one felony assault.
photo courtesy of Abby Fox
Set One: Brother^, AC/DC Bag, Get Back On The Train, Undermind, Cities, Gotta Jiboo^^, Roggae, Sleep Again, Lawnboy, Run Like An Antelope
Set Two: Carini > The Mango Song, Wilson*, Drowned > Swept Away > Steep > Makisupa Policeman** > Piper*** > 2001 > You Enjoy Myself
^During Brother, each of the band members’ children jumped into a bathtub placed at the side of the stage. Afterwards, Trey introduced them and wished everyone a Happy Fathers’ Day.
^^with Tony Markelis on bass, Mike on guitar
* In The Land of Dixie teases
**In place of a traditional Makisupa keyword, Trey improvised lines that set up solos for Mike, then Fish, then Page.
***Crazy "policeman" vocal intro over Piper
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6/20/10 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY
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Phish fans are similar, but a funny breed themselves. There are statistics. There are certain songs that are either liked or disliked. However, when the music is happening, there are a lot of varying opinions as to what is ‘good’. ‘Good’ can mean many things to many people. In my experience, there are fans that refuse to acquiesce that show reviews are subjective. In the same way that examining a quark changes it’s nature, claiming something as fact that has affected you personally changes a piece from a review to a rant. Subjectivity is what fuels many of the “best version ever” debates online. You will never find reviews here, but you may find highlights of things I enjoyed.
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While I wasn’t there and everyone’s definitely entitled to their own opinion, this particular review was worth calling out for me. At a show that had many saying “this was the best we’ve seen of the band in 2010,” the most popular Phish blogger on the planet decides to completely lambast the show as uncreative and boring. Listen for yourself and decide on your own context, because reading reviews like this have nothing close to a connection to what actually happened on tape. Stop reading these reviews anyway. Get the shows and re-discover that joy and excitement of not always knowing where they’re supposed to go next based on what the prior night’s setlist was.
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