, attached to 2021-10-24

Review by yEEt_1331

yEEt_1331 After a Fall 1997-esque murderer's row of shows stacked with sprawling 25-30 minute jams, 4-and-5-song sets, jam vehicles out of the most unlikely of songs (Type II NICU?! 20 minute Carini encore?!) and some absolutely bonkers song placement, Phish picks the Sunday Show to throw down some straight setlist porn. Second attempt at A Wave of Hope, one of my favorite Lonely Trip songs, early first set YEM (excellent), awesome Moma Dance through Maze sequence, and pretty much the entire second set. Massive Tweezerfest, flowing like one giant song with an essay's worth of teases to document, and the first improvisationally significant S.A.N.T.O.S., taboot. This, folks, is Phish, with a capital "P"!


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