, attached to 2017-08-01

Review by Phabio

Phabio I'm just gonna keep it real here guys. Baker's Dozen has been a Phish fan's wet dream come true. We've had some truly magical and unforgettable experiences so far, filled with antics, gags, laughs, bustouts, etc.

Tonight however, was not one of those nights. Again, unpopular opinion here, based on the current 4.2 rating, but last night's show was mediocre, there, I said it. Other than LxL and Walk Away, the first set is very slow, even wedge is lacking energy. Yeah, it's great to hear McGrupp, but as we've often seen/heard, rarities (and at this point I guess this really isn't that rare anymore) don't make a show.

Second set golden age jam starts to go into some unchartered territory but doesn't make it terribly far. 46 days is when things finally start to pick up and get everyone going (with a fun drum jam taboot) and Possum has an extended 'breakdown' part which is a lot of fun.

Rock 'n' Roll Suicide. Woof.

tl;dr - We've been spoiled with other great shows and this one wasn't great.


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