, attached to 1997-08-16

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads Both days of The Great Went seem to be all about that bass second set-heavy. The finished Harpua from the unfortunately mistaken one the previous year is great, very touching. The Ghost goes into a sort scuzz-funk/butt-rock mode which doesn't particularly appeal to me. Apparently the band thought this first set was "the worst we've ever played?" I don' thin' so, Babalu. However, Wolfman's takes off into very invigorating territory. The segue into My Soul is also very good. Halley's Comet -> Cities -> Llama is essential listening for this era of Phish, in my opinion, as well. Limb by Limb also features some outside-the-box playing.


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