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Review by MJ_Calleys
Haven't gone to live show since the first hiatus. But still enjoy watching the live phish shows that get posted to you tube. So I thought for my anny I would buy the live phish broadcast.
Lots of good points already. A couple observations.
First set was an absolute monster. I caught a very obvious back on the train tease in Possum, that phish.net hasn't attributed to the show yet. Stash though Bowie were enormous.
That tease made me very excited for set two, given the tweezer/train/free craziness from last summer.
Alas the second set just didn't live up to the situation. This is the closing set of a summer tour, preceding a festival. Sacred ground. The band had five days till the next show they could have definitely given more to this one.
If think you replace Slave with a funk party edition of Sand, move slave to the closing spot and put YEM in the encore (ala Vernon downs 98, preceding festival last show) instead of backwards, this show is very different I think, and for the better. 4.1-4.2 territory.
I'll keep listening and enjoying.
Best of luck at magna!