, attached to 2004-04-15

Review by Hose_jam

Hose_jam People have to remember the context of this show. Summer tour in '03 was excellent; fans were coming to grips with the sloppiness and in turn there was a lot of jamming and exploration from Phish. The turkey run in November was a bit underwhelming but NYE in Miami gave fans a lot of hope and satisfaction with the current state of Phish.

Then, seemingly out of nowhere, they announced the Vegas run. There wasn't really a ton of hype per say, more so just the inherent knowledge that Phish + Vegas would be fun.

I have not listened to this show since I was there. I was sober the first night and I remember thinking something must have been wrong with the PA. Trey's voice was awful, I thought they would just abandon ship and jam, but they persevered for better or for worse. Kuroda's presence was also quite noticeable and certainly didn't help boost the already strange show.

I did remember really liking the encore. AND, I did have a great time in Vegas.


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