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tek9rifleskills I would add that Blaze went Type II if my ears were correct (and if the second song of the show goes out, even for a little, it's hot). I'd also add that the major key annihilation by Mike almost all of the second set was so fun. Ghost didn't stand a chance for a dark visitation or a scare; Mike charged forward instantly with a big rising run to high notes, stalled on it, floated around, and then quickly created a super major key progression that Trey ate up like Thanksgiving seconds. That made the Number Line a perfect follow up: more happy happy, my friend. And THEN Simple, talk about glee!

Personally I like this review, it's fun. Personally, I'd like more details on set 1. If the first set was a throw away, Phish wouldn't play a 2 set show. That Blaze was NOT a warm up. Nothing in that first set was (except that Destiny...I thought they were going to abandon it completely when Trey lost both his chords and his place...). Tonight should be a full on no holds barred excursion!! 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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