, attached to 2019-06-19

Review by aybesea

aybesea So, out of all of the outdoor venues that I've visited between active GD & Phish touring I can honestly say that Blossom is my very favorite. There's just something about this summer utopia, nestled in the absolutely stunning Cuyahoga National Park, that really agrees with me. This place is just so laid back and relaxing. It seems like the shows here are always superb and this one measures up quite nicely.

Let me also say, that one of my very favorite Phish songs is the incredible Birds Of A Feather, and here we have not just a beautiful example, but probably the absolute best BOAF ever played! This song rates a ridiculous 382.42 on the SAT scale. To make that clearer, that's almost half the score of the entire Toronto show. This thing was a fucking monster and it's easily worth the entire price of admission... but there was a whole lot more to this show.

Other standout tracks are a Melt encore (151.43... for an encore) and a really pretty Divided Sky (143.67). But, even a bunch of the "standard fare" tracks from this show are among their best (Planet, Moma, Pet Cat, BOTT, IDK, WotC, ER, CDT)... Crazy Sometimes, indeed!

The overall SAT from this show is a very healthy 1261.58... and in case you couldn't tell... this was a really good show... easily the best of the tour so far! God, I just love this band.


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