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MiguelSanchez For a long time, I had pretty well determined that I would never see the "best show I've ever seen again." I'm not going to say 7/14/19 is the best show I've seen, but I'll say it is right up there with those tippy top ones. I had to eliminate that "I won't see the best show I've seen ever again" thought. Couple quick thoughts...

1) I saw 6 songs (3 were GOTF/KV tunes) that I'd never seen before. I think there were 3 others I hadn't seen since 1.0. Outside of some Landlady flubs, they were all played VERY well. All the rarities were played well, and I feel like you normally get a lot of slop on bust out sets.

2) The Ruby Waves jam is just out of this world. The last 18-20 minutes hits all of my Phish sweet spots.

3) Death Don't Hurt Very Long is just straight rowdy.

4) It was great being surrounded by some younger fans seeing their first Icculus, amongst other things.

@frankstallone, my wife, and I started this show in the pit. It took me literally 3-5 seconds of Landlady for me to know that it was too butts to nuts packed for me to stay down there. My wife and I retreated to more space higher in the pavillion. Frank was a song or three behind us. Best decision I made all weekend.


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