, attached to 2016-07-10

Review by Phandomonium

Phandomonium This show was mostly "New Phish" (songs they've written since 2009) and covers. I being a long time Phish fan would have really liked to hear more "Classic Phish" (songs that were written before 2009) or as the other review calls it - Jukebox Phish. I just can't get into the slow tempo and rolling lyrics of most of the new Phish songs. Phish for me has always been about the dancing for sure which is much better and a higher pace. The sound quality was good and the boys were talking with the crowd on multiple occasions which is really not typical. Fishman is from Syracuse so there were a few shout outs to his home town which was really cool. But even when they did play classic Phish the tempo was slower than I would have liked. Overall I had a great time, the atmosphere was really nice and the boys sounded awesome but I really wish there had been more energy from both them and the crowd as well as more classic Phish songs.


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