, attached to 2017-07-29

Review by _kung

_kung Not sure why this show isn't getting a higher rating than the 8/01 show, so I gave it 5 stars. The 7/25 show was definitely the top show for me this tour. But this show is in 2nd for me. The song choices and flow were magnificent and if there are no 30+ min jams that does not immediately qualify the show as a top show. When Phish is playing at this level, the song choice does come into play, cause they could just Jam out aaaaa...... eg. (The Lawn Boy)! and Crosseyed just happened to be that electric. Song-wise this show has my favorite song by Phish and one I've never seen, Vultures. The first set is no slouch either, even though I used to not like "The Line" cause it had no intro segue...it is actually growing on me, and that's the first time I've said that ever with Phish, its either I don't like it or I do. More of the latter.
Blaze on is also my favorite "new" Phish song. They jam so well to it and this version crushed my favorite from Lockin' this past year. As a huge Allmans fan I was happy to hear a Mountain Jam tease in the Hood. I was the one in Pittsburgh screaming "Whipping Post" from the floor... In about a month I wont be able to call Blaze on a new song since they've been busting out originals and bustouts like its '98 again! I love this Band. PHISH: play Whipping Post for Gregg
Llama,
Tela,
Vultures,
I am the Walrus,
AB>LTJP>AB,
Blaze,
Cinnamon Girl,
Dirt,
Hood;
These are songs I wish I can hear at every show and could be played on repeat and I would still love.

Came in to give some love to this show

Peace


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