, attached to 2013-10-25


FACTSAREUSELESS To my fellow fan who thinks Trey is treating Phish as a curious side-project.....well, you clearly don't know the man. I see someone who is winning at life at the moment and thoroughly enjoying the ride like a kid. He and his bandmates have great joy in their playing and I believe they are pushing the envelope forward these days, not riding out the string like many bands have done and continue to do.

Anyway, the show....Very good show with high energy. I don't have a lot to add to many excellent comments above other than to say that this Carini is overwhelmingly powerful. It took my breath away. What a groove. What a musical statement. As they ended the piece it seemed to me that the whole band sort of looked at each other in amazement and kind of didn't know what to do next. I think the disjointed Caspian reflected this. But they recovered and played a whale of set to finish things off in high style. But this Carini....man there's no other band on the planet right now that couldn't pulled that off.


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