, attached to 2022-07-24

Review by dublindeuce

dublindeuce This show was magical.

Sigma Oasis caps set I in thunderous form and is the best first set jam of the tour. A Wave of Hope > A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing > Blaze On is some of the best Phish I've ever witnessed live. Trey was something to behold. He was not holding back at all, sending us deep into dark, chaotic jams. You know the band is locked in thing when they won't move at all, heads down in focus. In these jams they were steering us through the universe.

This show deserves a much higher rating than it currently has. A lot have complained about the song choices elsewhere in the show besides for the 4 big jams. In my opinion, if they are going give us jams of this caliber, they can play whatever they want for the rest of the show.

Song selection matters, but the quality of the jamming is what is most important to me. I go to Phish to be sent into outer space, not to see the songs I want to see. You never know what song is going to get you to that place.


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