, attached to 2016-10-15

Review by BraveRutherford85

BraveRutherford85 Some folks pacemakers just arent set to the right bpm to feel the fire anymore. Granted, im no veteran around these parts but I have listened to nearly every show since 2013 and attended a handful of what shows I could in that time. Im 31, but always shunned the Phish for more of a GD and folky allegiance. I now listen back to the old stuff for educational purposes, but I have no frame of reference to WHAT it was like live at Amys Farm or NYE 95 or 1997 or Island Tour, etc. This is a blessing to me. Ive just been listening on my phone and ive gotten chills at moments from Blaze On all the way through this nuclear version of good times bad times. It happens every time I tune in to a stream or go to a show. Anticipation. There is nothing to fear if you stop chasing the "greatest show ever" or simply adopt the mindset that their greatest show is yet to come. I wish I was at this show. These forums and ratings are silly. The internet. Aliens.


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