, attached to 2014-10-31

Review by tasatter

tasatter I might be guilty of apostasy here, so flame away, but ... I don't get the myriad show lists in which Trey supposedly teases "San-Ho-Zay". I'm not hearing it. Trey's style is simply derivative of Freddie King's in some way, and I think someone is hearing it because they want to. To me it sounds like Trey has a natural language inflection in his licks that conjure references to other songs, but they're really just syntactical elements of the blues rock genre we're accustomed to.

I'd love it if someone would cite the time in the Phish performances as matched to the time in San-Ho-Zay where said teases are present. I love to be proven wrong. It keeps me ethical and clear headed.

Anyway, I attended this show, and it was amazing. I was in the next to last row of the venue in the nosebleeds but with a near frontal view of the stage. The sound was great, and the sets were simply un-dead.


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