, attached to 2022-09-03

Review by harpua2626

harpua2626 A generally strong, well played first set. PYITE, Wolfman's brother and Walls of the Cave were all on point. It seemed like Trey had some trouble synching the jam in Stash and it wrapped up somewhat quickly but Free was a good landing place that led into a well jammed Mike's Song..and then into Bug? Well, I can't listen to Bug without thinking of Trey's special guest singer earlier this year so I enjoyed it.

That second set - WOW. Been seeing the band for over 30 years and the from Moma Dance to SOAM was some of the best, dirtiest, and bravest music I've seen Phish play live.

What a Moma Dance. And that Split Open and Melt jam could have gone off the rails with Trey deconstructing the rhythm with discordant tones but instead it was a true, melt your face experience that came together in a really incredible fashion. Also Sprach Zarathustra was jammed in the way I always wish they had back in the day and then some. Of course, then you have Trey giggling too much to say "nipple" twice in Fee. And, of course, Thunderhead.

Maybe you had to be there but that 2nd set was a truly special experience. Looking forward to Sunday.


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