, attached to 2017-07-23

Review by themayor

themayor Hello all, I am a new phan as of a year ago. The last few weeks I have really been getting HEAVILY into Phish. But for the past year I have on and off been enjoying their shows. But I keep a journey spreadsheet of all the shows I've listened to. I am journeying through the Baker's Dozen. Onto N3! It seems to be getting better as we go, so I'm excited for this one.
Sunday Morning, I was unfamiliar with, but it was a fun opener.

Axilla was a ripping second number. Crazy energy brought here.

Your Pet Cat always weirded me out. I don't like the narration and all that at all, but the music is fine. A little freaky as well.

But it went >BOTT which is nice and really much longer than I expected for some reason.

How Many People Are You was a really groovy jam.

Glide was a nice peaceful break in the set.

Theme was an exciting sighting of a good old classic and beloved track.

>It's Ice which is becoming a favorite of mine. I am falling more and more in love with the songs off of Rift every day. This particular version shreds.

>More to end Set I which was a beautiful song that was made even better by my listening to it while driving during sunset. It was uplifting and fun in all the cliche hippie ways, and I loved it. Perfect set closer.

Set II opened with AC/DC Bag. A bold classic to open set 2, simliarly to the first show's Tweezer. Unfortunately, no matter how good a Bag can get, it's hard to beat a phenomenal Tweezer. This Bag served its purpose as a pick-me-up set 2 opener.

Wolfman's, however, really got into some great jam territory, but still sort of played it safe. Great tune, however, and sets a great standard for jamming on the track.

Twist was just completely fun, as always, but its jam was long and arduous. It Twisted and turned the whole way... I loved it.

>Waves which, retrospectively, doesn't stand out too hard, but I remember enjoying it.

>Miss You. Ditto.

Boogie On Reggae Woman was a fun jam and going into Velvet Sea, it really tied Set 2 together. It wasn't as jamming as I had hoped with Wolfman's and Twist holding the majority of exploration, but I enjoyed the set overall. Very good.

Encore was a fun tune Sweet Jane, which I was not familiar with, but I really would like to hear more of.
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