, attached to 2015-07-25

Review by flyfamousmandybird

flyfamousmandybird If you chase Phish you get it. I believe there are 4 superwizards of sound that know how to play their four parts as a single sound and vibration which resonates from their collaboration. The sound seems as if its controlled by a supermind as if the speed of thought is faster than the speed of light and that their four minds are joined in one entity. All controlled by what is seemingly one super mind. They can do that on their backs while air bicycling or on trampolines pedestals or confronted by dangling dancers or right in each others faces and when they take it to that level, the whole audience the fan fire the energy right back into a frenzy.. Seeing the yem in Inglewood was tough b/c I couldn't see through the tears of joy. Watching mike step up and rock the lead gave me goosebumps. So good. A mini Walfredo, or at least that's what I'm calling it, is what I remember next. Playing each others instruments made me laugh better than most comedians and they made it look so easy. So easy that they almost appeared bored, and all the while a raging y.e.m. was being funked out. After Mike took the lead Trey walked up on him and I thought Trey was getting egotistical for a second when he quickly changed guitars while reverse hugging Mike, that is hugging his shoulders from behind and they proceeded to funk out on each others guitars for awhile. At this point I could barely see b/c of joy or hear through my hyena laugh and I was in ecstasy because the music was so on point. At some point during this song mike cranks his amp(finally) and I thought (yes, yes, yes, this is good) with every cell in my body. Holding off to the end allowed all that built up energy during the show to focus being California huge vibrations for long periods of a time may not be the smartest way to reduce manmade triggered earthquakes so I get it but I liked bend because mike played loud the whole time. Back to my point, waiting until the last 10 minutes caused a roar to emerge from the crowd , the back and forth interplay of the woo jam in dwd was revisited briefly and I completely enjoyed writing this from memory, pardon any errors in chronology.
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