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Editorial Reviews

Disc 1
Runaway Jim
My Soul
Water In The Sky
Stash
Bouncing Around The Room
Vultures
Bye Bye Foot
Taste
Disc 2
Down With Disease
Mike's Song
Simple
I Am Hydrogen
Weekapaug Groove
Hello My Baby
When The Circus Comes
Harry Hood

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Product Details

  • Actors: Phish
  • Directors: Phish
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: JEMP Records
  • DVD Release Date: August 5, 2008
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001B8ZLEK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #82,240 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I had no idea they felt the same way about this show as I and my friends did.
Matthew E. Murphy
Even though the storm, as described on the DVD package, was not caught on film, it is still a great double disc, "jam oriented", Phish concert DVD.
Gary Covington
Now, onto the content! "Runaway Jim" is well-done, some good improv all around.
H. Hood

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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By CM on August 5, 2008
Format: DVD
To respond to the previous viewer, it isn't a coincidence that the band released a show from summer rather than 11/22, or any other date on the fall tour. Summer shows at outdoor amphitheaters usually involve extra video production to feed to those large screens usually beside the stage. You don't get that at Phish's indoor shows.

I won't attempt a song-by-song review since that's so, so subjective. Everyone has not only their favorite songs, but often their favorite arrangements of songs, or their favorite jam elements. Suffice to say that this is easily, very easily, the best performance so far that Phish has released in its entirety - the IT DVD is more of a retrospective than a live show, in my opinion. No disrespect to the folks that enjoy Brooklyn, Vegas, or Woodbury (google it if it's not ringing any bells), but this, at last, is something that captures the band on their game.

And capture the band it does. Because the video is taken from those projection screens, it features many, many close shots. That's the point of those screens - to bring the band members closer. You don't watch a video screen to see the stage show when you've got the actual stage in front of you :) Which is a roundabout way of saying that Kuroda fans may be disappointed. You can sort of get a sense for what was going on . . . but not really. You don't get any lightning shots, and you don't get those fantastic, sweeping crowd shots like those on the IT DVDs.

There's no mistaking the fact that this is a bare bones release. Right down to the bare-bones price. For what you'll pay for this, and what you'll get, it seems ridiculous to complain. And I'm not complaining. This is a 100% must-have release. Just don't expect it to be some grand production. It's a chance to view some very well-preserved stage presentation video, which is a treat in itself, but it obviously wasn't filmed with the intention of releasing it commercially.

My take? Just be glad they did.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By H. Hood on August 5, 2008
Format: DVD
The latest concert DVD from Phish adds a visual dimension to one of the band's more well-known performances that, for many fans, had previously only been heard through unofficial recordings. Summer 1997 showed a lot of change in Phish and this performance is a good example of just how.

The DVD set itself is packaged in a slim, folding case rather than the snapping kind. Inside the front cover is the list of songs for each disc, as well as writing, recording, and other production credits. No inserts to read, statements from band members or friends, or anything similar.

Each disc has only two selections from the main menu - play the songs (play all or select a tune) or change audio options (default is 5.1 Dolby Surround, can be changed to PCM Stereo). Both discs also start out with the band already onstage, about to play the music. This release is clearly about the performances and no other "frills" that many bands tend to add.

Now, onto the content!

"Runaway Jim" is well-done, some good improv all around. They flow right into "My Soul" and play it solidly, though not too differently than they normally did around that time. Around then, it starts raining outside (although you can't tell from the concert aside from the song choice and background provided), and the band must have noticed, since the next song played is "Water in the Sky." Good, but not particularly exciting. "Stash" follows. Good version. This has some exciting parts, mostly toward the end of it. Then a usual "Bouncing Around the Room." "Vultures" is a cool rarity that I'm glad was a part of this concert. This is a nice one. Bye Bye Foot, while containing tease of Pink Floyd's "Mother" solo, is pretty uneventful.

"Taste" is where things really pick up.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Miguel VINE VOICE on March 7, 2010
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Maybe i am biased because i was at this show in the thunderstorm completely drenched but the music was just flowing that night and man was it amazing!!! im sure that is why phish chose to release what other seems like a random show, im here to tell you this is anything but to see for yourself make sure you check out the thunder crashes during the taste jam which probably scared the band as much as us in the audience because they cut the set after that song and this was one of the only shows i can remember where the setbreak was actually 15min and i have been to 94 shows...great show, great set list and having this DVD is a must
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Matthew E. Murphy on July 29, 2009
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I do not have this DVD yet but I am buying it now. I just saw this item reviewed in Modern Drummer magazine from February 2009.

I was at this concert; it was the last summer I spent in North Carolina, where I grew up. We were on the grassy hill, which is most of the audience area, behind the covered seating area. When the intermission came the storm began, or the beginning of the storm may have heralded the intermission. The storm was an absolutely torrential downpour. There was nothing to do but stand in the rain and get soaked. It was a glorious, liberating experience, and I was not on drugs. I had one beer before the show. No one left the amphitheater. Everyone just stood in the rain and yelled and danced and celebrated the glory of earth and god and mother nature. "There was nothing else to do but stand in the rain and get wet" has long been my quote when telling the story of this concert to people. We did primal scream therapy in the downpour as well, lol.

We wondered if there would be a second set because the storm was so intense and powerful. The intermission was extremely long because the band was waiting to see if they would be able to take the stage again without risking electrocution. After the rain stopped Phish came out for the second set. Everyone danced like maniacs; you could see steam rising off of people's bodies as the rainwater evaporated. Phish seemed to be playing out of their minds. The audience and the musicians on stage and the storm had all become one being, one consciousness. I think Phish was flabbergasted and honored that not one member of the audience had left; everyone stood in a thunderstorm for an hour waiting to hear more of their music. By the time the concert was over we had danced ourselves dry.
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