, comment by TweezingSpaceRanger
TweezingSpaceRanger The first of a devastating 1-2 Ghost> Gin punch that features fantastic improvisational cohesion, which has become hard to find in 2016. This Ghost has an upbeat and beautiful tone to it that is very similar to the San Fran Ghost from earlier this year. However, Trey is more delicate and patient in the build to this Ghost's peak. This jam is so uplifting that witnessing it live at Lockn was one of those moments where life seems perfect. When the blissful section peaks and fades, the band decides to have a little fun and basically *force* the crowd to Woo. I'm not the biggest Woo fan, but this was one of those times where Phish had complete control of the crowd and wasn't going to let up on the stop/start section until they got the Woo calls. Overall, this Ghost was a breath of fresh air in a year that hasn't offered too many big time jams. Then Bathtub Gin happened...

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