, attached to 2019-07-05

Review by Pjfmc

Pjfmc I listened to the show from an apartment across the street from Fenway on Boylston. Just sitting on the couch with my girlfriend staring out of the window at a bank of video screens I could see in the stadium which was bizarrely showing the band on two screens and a rebroadcast of the day's Wimbledon matches on the third screen.

The First set sounded great. Blaze On felt like it might be going somewhere and then it sort of sounded like something went a little sideways and they pulled the plug. Halfway to the Moon through to the end of the set was just nice fun, sold Phish.

The second set saw the band going a little deeper. Mercury>Wading followed by Fuego>SANTOS were both really fun. That Encore was very cool, particularly Page's solo. Honestly Page felt really on all night. Having him play out the show was apropos.

Look, from my extremely low-stakes vantage point this show was great. Do you need to seek this show out and listen to it immediately? No, probably not. Should you avoid it? Also no, but also congratulations on living your life in a way where advice on which Phish shows to avoid is somehow relevant to you.


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