The Wolfman's was huge. Out of nowhere. An easy-going singalong...then the jam went to 12. It was nuts. I heartily concur with the re-capper. Worth some re-listens.
I also think the About to Run was killer, just about perfect all the way around. BURNING. I'd really like to see Phish put this version on youtube. They nailed it. Hit it a mile.
Friday Fenway featured a bunch of Page and Mike star turns, but Saturday was the Trey show (featuring Jon Fishman) and whoa he played the hell out of that guitar. As for Fishman, I have no idea how he does what he does. He's unreal.
Everything crackled and popped and it kept going and going...two-and-a-half sweet, uninterrupted hours...just delightful. And props for some really, really good singing Saturday night.
The show closer-- a tip o' the old ball cap to the setting (as in Wilson baseball glove)?
I see Trey slipped his "raining" world champs pun past the phishnet re-capper. I missed it, too, lol...too busy trying to drown out the many ny booers with my Sox cheers. My son hipped me to it after this unforgettable, uniset show.
Phish 2.5 (hrs) was a blast.
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