, attached to 2003-07-30

Review by cwsparks

cwsparks Feel the need to clarify my earlier review for the historical record: the jamming was dark in the second set; the first set was quirky and enjoyable. Those who love 2.0 understandably enjoy the second set. For me, personally, Trey looked haggard and frail. Admittedly pure speculation on my part, but I felt you could see that the opiate use and other personal issues were taking a toll. Generally, speaking I love to embrace a philosophy of "It's all good!" And generally with Phish it is. But this show was difficult for me to watch.
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