, attached to 2010-10-20

Review by Issiah

Issiah After Extensive touring with Phish in the 90's it all came to an end at the end of the century. Bad habits had been picked up and things had grown dark. Hearing through the grapevine that the band had broke up and had its own issue was like hearing that an old phriend had stumbled over the same speed bumps. It grew to the point where I couldnt even listen to phish,, It was like looking at a photograph of an old girlfriend that I loved dearly but it didn't work out.

Living and working in Utica, hearing that Phish was again back at it and playing at the Aud was like running into the old love while being out and about. An old phriend practically dragged me to the show kicking and screaming, evening providing me with a ticket.

When they walked out onto the stage there was a glowing cry bursting from my chest. As they broke into my Soul there was such a deep cosmic connection that pointers will do no justice.

It was pure bliss, there was so much built up inside and it all came out in an focused explosion of funkadelic dancing. There was so much energy and light. It was so much fun. The whole show ran so deep. Back to catching shows and loving the music. It's all meant to be...


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