, attached to 2016-07-22

Review by User_43385_

User_43385_ Talk about a band that knows how to sandbag and keep people salivating over what we all know they're capable of. I think these sets are planned to be straight forward song fests but as a musician I know for a fact there are on and off days. Im new here, but seems to me, they try very hard not to fit one description and always strive to be as diverse as possible. All about middle road: it takes as much, if not more musical talent to write a good, moving, song that lasts 4 minutes as it does to noodle around for 30 jamming on it (and I love improvisation). I haven't been around long but I've come to see these types of shows are gonna fall somewhere on the tour, the question is when and where will it happen so I can generally avoid them, cause I don't go to see phish for radio tunes, but I think I understand why they sandbag the jamming like this: it keeps us frothing at the mouth! Maybe they want to feel more calculated these days. Doesn't matter. I'll be there whenever they hit the road again.


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