@TwiceBitten said:You must hate 94 and 95 Phish then RE setlists. Take a lap and come back when you are ready to love Phish again.Sorry but this review is a pile of jaded vet crap. Your obsession with song location is so convoluted and clearly hindering your ability to surrender to the flow. Friday night at the Gorge was magic front to back. No rust in Tahoe. The boys are on fire.There was rust in Tahoe and you can base that on how little that show will be listened to or referred back to as the tour progresses. some nice jams but nothing stands out and Trey's tone was all over the place. Sorry if I'm jaded but I have expectations of the band and don't accept Set 1 appearing in the second set. Friday was the low point of the run thus far
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