@wombat6889 said:Agree. Glad they're jamming...but he was playing and sounding better in fall 2016 imo.@Nigel_Tufnel said:I think you are talking about 3rd night in Chicago, however some of the same can be applied to Dayton. I don't think Trey felt well. He handed the reigns to Mike in first set, and opened the 2nd set with Down with Disease (was he down with it?). I too believe Trey had a less than stellar outing, and agree with you in some ways. He has played better (recently) and he'll return to top form before tour end (aka Baker's Dozen).ADMIN: Did I miss the Chicago3 review? Seems odd to have the Nutter review up before Chicago3? Triggers my OCD. It's out of order.... or did I miss it somewhere? PeaceI will review that show for you. An uninspiring shit performance by trey. This is just my opinion. He was sloppy and had no theme to his playing. After carini (which was great) I became so beyond bored from trey. 20 years was merely loud noise. It seems every chance trey got, he slowed the jam down, then goes for the overdone effects. I guess the bright spot was he didn't attempt any marimba. Wooing in 2001? Something seems wrong there. Perhaps trey knew he blew and desperately needed the energy to increase. They finished fine but the show was done for me. You want an A+ phish show? 7/20/13 and 7/20/14... both at northerly.
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