, attached to 2016-10-15

Review by GOODTIMESBADTIMES

GOODTIMESBADTIMES I'm a little concerned about the direction our beloved band is going. I understand that the new album is out and the band is taking a gutsy risk in playing songs for the first time, and I give them a lot of credit for that. I just feel that they have lost their way a little bit. The Charleston shows seemed very rehearsed and structured. I find that the tv screen lighting behind the stage is a distraction and takes away from the music. I love trey band songs when they are played by treys band. The highlights of the weekend were the Friday night Hood and the Mercury on Saturday was very strong. The band seems to be holding back on jams for whatever reason, and the crowd noticed on Saturday night for sure (lots of groans after let me lie). Be Phish. Let loose and jam. I still love you though.


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