, attached to 2018-07-31

Review by gingerphish

gingerphish As others have mentioned, this is a nice average show. Light was the first set highlight for me with the band taking a more blissful approach rather than dropping straight into the normal, dark territory the jam hits. Don't worry, it gets there towards the end. Funky Bitch has a nice solo and even Halfway to the Moon sounded pleasant to my ears. 46 Days closes us out in proper set one closing fashion and has a great type 1 jam with a satisfying peak.

Everything's Right has made a nice transition from TAB to Phish land and this version is no exception. The jam seems to always start off with some darker space which is welcomed. This version turns on a dime and begins to brighten. Trey leads the band to a really rocking peaking that will surely bring a smile to your face. Kind of reminds me of the Chalkdust jam from 12/29/17 in that it doesn't travel far, but you're happy with where it ends up. Disease sounded like you'd expect a 17 minute Disease to sound. Nothing too groundbreaking here, just a solid jam. The rest of the set doesn't have any particular highlights (maybe the Seven Below has relisten value) but has decent enough of a flow and a good enough closing Antelope.

Overall, I'd probably relisten to Light, 46 Days, and Everything's Alright. Still not sold on the DWD or Seven Below, but I wouldn't complain if someone put them on.


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