, attached to 2018-07-27

Review by blombekr

blombekr This is the best show of 3.0 like Soul Planet is the best song in Phish's catalog. It's not the best show of the week, maybe not even in the top 2.

It was a lovely show. It wasn't bad, it wasn't stellar. The first set was nice. Everything's Right and Wolfman's, while the effort was appreciated, never hit a sweet spot. How Many People Are You was a mess. Good peak in Sand.

Blaze On, some very nice type 1. Disease found itself in some fresh and pleasing terrain. Simple was cool for a bit. Ghost didn't do too much. The Mike's jam section continued its upward ascent. Slave Slaved hard. The show as a whole benefited from Trey and Page's commitment to deploying their new effects to their fullest, though Trey uses his Leslie too much. There seem to be decent helpings of slop throughout each show so far on this tour.

Anyways, a fine show! Looking forward to tonight. C'mon with this "Best of 3.0" stuff though, eh?


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