, attached to 2019-07-02

Review by dublindeuce

dublindeuce This was a solid show and bodes well for the rest of the tour! Without a doubt, Phish has kept the energy up from the awesome Camden run.

Tweezer Reprise > Carini is an ideal way to get folks raging, and is followed by standard versions of AC/DC Bag and The Moma Dance. I thought they were going to go deep on the Moma Dance to follow up the monstrous SPAC 2016 version, but it wasn't the case. Meat is tasty, and Home has a funky jam at the end. I thought the set would end with Bathtub Gin, but we get a ripping Walls of the Cave!

Down with Disease wins jam of the night. I thought I was getting abducted by aliens just listening to it thru Mixlr! Next we get a Scents and Subtle Sounds with the intro. This is a song I'm still chasing after 21 shows. Twist > Wilson > Scent of a Mule > Fuck Your Face > Halley's Comet was a nice run of 1.0 songs in the fourth quarter, but none of them went deep. Harry Hood is what we were all waiting for. Let the glowsticks soar!

Fee is a great choice for an encore, but I was hoping they'd save it for Boston. Trey, like normal, screws up the lyrics! A Life Beyond The Dream is a pleasant new ballad, and First Tube sends the crowd home pumping their fists. I really liked this show! There was plenty of 1.0 classics, one great type II jam in Disease, and a longer than average encore. I would give it 4 stars.


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