, attached to 2015-08-16

Review by ivebeentheretoo

ivebeentheretoo So I got a lot of hate (lol no surprise I guess) for saying night 1 lacked trey really leading the songs. Well tonight that happened, but the jams didn't. Everything before twist was aborted was a setup for perfection. I thought set 1 killed, especially with the Golgi opener & nothing bust out (first phish song I ever heard, so happy). No men through the end was awesome, trey starting to shred just a little bit! Type 2 jamming in set 1! Down with disease jam was awesome! If it hadn't cut to slave it would have been one of the jams of the tour. Slave was good, light was deeeeep! Then...

It fell off the wheels. When twist aborted, that to me was the end of the show. The yem funk jam was cool, but overall too laid back for where the set went. If they had pushed it in the second set on dwd, light or twist is have shit my pants. This wasn't a bad show but it's not up to par with this tour and I was disappointed with set 2. This was not the way to close a tour. I know they can do better, especially trey with the jam cut offs, but this was still a phish show and I'm glad I went. This isn't a show to fluff, and I'm going to try to see more shows this year to make up for last night because it did not leave me satisfied.


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