Soundcheck: Broken Heart Attack (this soundcheck is likely incomplete)
SET 1: The Landlady, Runaway Jim > Divided Sky, 46 Days > Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan, Sugar Shack, Shade, Halfway to the Moon, Everything's Right
SET 2: Energy > Gotta Jibboo > Soul Planet > Rift, Reba, Martian Monster > Broken Heart Attack > Hold Your Head Up -> Martian Monster, Possum > Slave to the Traffic Light
ENCORE: Waste, First Tube
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Review by rdm331
The claims that they ran out of energy are particularly puzzling. The ending of everything’s right was exceptionally energetic. Complain all you want about the placement of rift, but it was played with a lot more fire and accuracy than is standard these days. And Trey nailed sugar shack for once! Fishman was literally running around the stage during HYHU and Trey was jumping all over the place during first tube.
Oh, and we got a brand new song with a vacuum solo taboot??
Clear your minds and surrender to the flow, folks. Phish shows are rarely what you expect or want them to be, and there are certainly times when the playing feels tired, sloppy, and out of sync. Last night was not one of them.
Please stop hating on shows that don’t fit your narrow definition of good/great!