, attached to 2004-08-10

Review by fluffhead108

fluffhead108 I don't like this show very much, but I wanted to point out something not mentioned in the other reviews: listen to this Dog Faced Boy. It is a haunting, devastating prelude to the Coventry Velvet Sea. Knowing where they were and what was happening just fills this rendition with meaning. You can almost hear Trey's heart break in the vocals. The lyrics are so poignant (I never realized how aptly they apply to 2004 Phish) and Trey seems to totally understand his role in it all.

Again, I would go to almost any show over these last few weeks of 2004, but at least go to phish tracks and check out the Dog Faced Boy for a few minutes of deep connectivity with these men.


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