, attached to 2013-10-31

Review by User_25940_

User_25940_ @Knox_Harrington

I'm so with you on this point. I just turned 40 and also have two kids, and what I heard was a band trying to grow up a little, one new song at a time. They definitely did not all work, but that's they played them for us. They asked us to help them write new songs by playing under-rehearsed and realized new tunes. To me, that was great honor and a great gift from them. Not a lot of people can say they saw the first Reba or DWD. And if they did, it probably didn't sound that great at the time...there songs are wines, they get better with age as they performed and explored. I'm shocked so many people are missing this point. And the poster that brought up seeing Zepplin 2 would be great, but a novelty...and probably not a highlight in your Phish-going lives. The energy last night was amazing, and I don't think Trey was apologizing, I think he was really humbled that we supported the whole thing, even if we weren't necessarily mind-blown. We all need some perspective here. I traveled 3000 miles for this and I am going home very grateful, even more of a fan than I was before.


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