, attached to 1998-07-20

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads This is a fitting example of a show that has a lot that turns me right way up. 20-min.+ Gin opener, which burns slowly to a tremendous release, whipcrack-tight Birds of a Feather not that long after its chronological debut, a well-played Theme From the Bottom, a Moma Dance with a bit of "extra mustard," LOL, and a great, driving Split Open and Melt which still manages to get into the groove because Fishman's playing adheres to a danceable outline. The Drowned -> Makisupa Policeman > Maze sequence is must-hear, IMO, if you're a big fan of Summer '98 or 1998 Phish in general, and the encore is plenty of phun and ends with a legitimately jammed-out Halley's Comet.


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