, attached to 2017-08-04

Review by TwiceBitten

TwiceBitten This was my 100th show. In a startling yet utterly predictable move of personal synchronicity, Phish opened with a blues standard that shares a lyric and alternate title with the name of the small record label that I run (One Kind Favor). Rest of the first set was fun and I caught my first Dinner and a Movie since 2.0.

The second set flows very well and is one of the better complete sets of the run. This version of NMINML has a really great vibe and sets up a debut that I'm sure a lot of fans were thrilled by. I am not a fan of Radiohead so I am being 100% serious when I say I enjoy listening to Fish sing this tune more than Thom Yorke. Trey was having a blast messing with the vocals on his Kaoss Pad. What's the Use had some more vocal-sample tomfoolery...come to think of it, maybe every song after this point contained an Everything in it's Right Place quote. The back half of Scents contained some truly unique and impressive jamming. Put that one on your mix tape kids! Caspian was shredded extra hard and Fluffhead closes the set properly.

See you all at my 200th when Phish covers Coldplay :/
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