, attached to 2016-07-02

Review by Lizardchaser

Lizardchaser I had a good feeling going into this show. 555 got us people in the lawn grooving right away. I did not know 7 Below too much before tonight but loved it! Army of One is always welcome in set 1 for me. The Divided Sky jam was standard but always gets me going. Tonight was the best Martian Monster Ive witnessed. A cool synthy breakdown with Trey on the Marimba Lumina and Mike hitting those low notes that shake the whole venue. The rest of the first set was fairly standard untill Walls of the Cave. Before tonight that song was okay. Tonights version moved that song up on my list of favorite Phish songs.

Set break and everyone around me was giddy from what we just heard. Set 2 started pretty standard 3.0 but the Light jam was off the hook. Leading right into Golden Age which was standard but fun to hear. When that lead into Taste I was so excited as this was my first time seeing both those tunes. The last 2 songs of the evening were stellar to say the least.

Both encore tunes I think are better first set tunes but they are both such good songs that Ill take them whatever time of day the boys are feeling them. The Antellope was amazing but the Maganaball version still holds the top position for me.

Overall not too many deep jams but hey, we still have one more night to explore here at SPAC. The musicianship was spot on tonight and the glowstick war was intense in the lawn. Cheers to day 3!


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