, attached to 2004-06-20

Review by Larry_Hood

Larry_Hood This show needs no further lip service beyond mentioning the brilliance of the second set. Perhaps the last "great" (and thats using the word lightly) show before the disaster at Coventry. The second set is based around four relatively large jams (though Ghost doesnt go too far), with a soaring Seven Below and a Twist that moves through a number of different motifs until reaching a brilliant climax. YEM assumes its normal late-in-show roll, compounding the entire sets energy into a wonderful jam. Truly spectacular Phish.

Though 2004 is regarded by many fans to be a forgettable bump in the road I would say that your collection should at least include 6/17 Moma > Free, 6/19 Piper (of course!) and 6/20 set II. Though it wasn't all bad it feels odd that nearly all the years highlights came before July.


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