, attached to 2017-07-21

Review by gingerphish

gingerphish Just some comments to make as I come back and listen to these shows. I feel that at the time, listening to the tour very intently, it was just all so crazy to have a realistic view of what was going on. These shows were definitely a peak in Phish's career and if you listen to Trey talk about these shows on the Under the Scales podcast with Tom Marshall, you'll know that the band felt it too. I couch toured this show with a couple of friends and it was great to see the band feeling so hyped up on the energy in that room. A friend who went said he never heard a crowd so loud when they broke into Moonage Daydream.

There's been enough reviews and comments on the songs themselves but i just wanted to point out that the Seven Below really let us know that we were in for a different type of run. Great jam and drops into type 2 immediately, no hesitation or second guessing by the band. I would also like to point out that Everything's Right definitely -> into Slave rather than >, but to each their own. After hearing this song get jammed out quite a bit this most recent tour, it's cool to come back and hear an early version. Definitely a different structure. Rather than taking a straight dive for darker waters, Page brings a little funk to the mix.


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