, attached to 2013-10-31

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads I'm reviewing this show by memory from the webcast, and I was simultaneously disappointed that there'd be no Eat a Peach costume and happy that we were getting a full album's worth of new songs, when the Phishbill was circulated. My fears proved to be baseless, as this second set was absolutely fabulous and really kicked me into gear to get ready for the next year or so of Phish. I instantly found a favorite in Fuego, and it would prove to produce several huge jamming versions in future. Reading the Phishbill and its description of the very group-oriented songwriting process, I was fascinated to hear these tunes debuted. I could go for more of them being jammed out--and for any return at all of Snow, Admist the Peals of Laughter, or You Never Know, the latter of which I am not alone in clamoring for--but the main point of this show for me was to prove that Phish was not a nostalgia act, and that their new material could be as strongly affecting as their old, given time and open minds.


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