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jshortultimate The show was good, Petrichor kind of started things off on the wrong foot, though. I was on the floor and the crowd was going nuts, and then Trey launched into a song no one knew, it killed off a lot of momentum. As my friend Seanboy pointed out, maybe they needed to play it first because of its complexity.

Highlights for me in the first set were the Poor Heart, Heavy Things and Bathtub, which, at least from my spot on the floor had the crowd in a frenzy. Listening to the Petrichor again on Sirius, the song was very well played and executed; it was just that nobody knew the song well enough to appreciate it fully. Second set started off where the first set should have, with guns blazing into No Men, which, well good, was not as good as other recent versions I've seen. Other highlights for me were Cities and Free.

Not really sure about all the complaints of talking on the floor. I was on the floor all night in various locations and never noticed it. Maybe I was too busy dancing my ass off... is a non-commercial project run by Phish fans and for Phish fans under the auspices of the all-volunteer, non-profit Mockingbird Foundation.

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