, attached to 2018-08-03

Review by yEEt_1331

yEEt_1331 It's not the shows with erratic four-song sets filled with fire (I'm looking at you, fall 1997) that pique my interest. Rather, it's the element of balance. Quick example: Fall 2013. I sought balance for three nights after a six-hour drive from Florida, and I received that on night one.
Balance, to me, is different moods of songs, specifically the lighter ones, in the right places at the right times, and boy, did that happen here. All of These Dreams was a perfect hose to put out the fire that Ghost left behind. As a bonus, I really wanted to hear it live, and I got that. Winterqueen was also impeccably placed right after the second set heat. It really makes those lighter songs that much more enjoyable. Phish following up with Harry Hood tells us that they're 100% capable of cooling down and heating up again in rapid succession.


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