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Review by malachai
Slow Llama was nice nice very nice.
The Line is straight cheese tho IMHO. There's always a heated debate on the Kush Bush chat when this comes on about whether Phish or Trey knows a lot of people dislike this song and then there's the folks that love this song. Nonetheless, it's not one of my fav jammys. It's actually kind of jam band cringe worthy for me personally. If others love it that's cool I'm not judging. Please don't hate me for not liking the song The Line. We're still pham.
One other thing, I like Mike's Grooves to be really ">" worthy, like with a Simple or Hydrogen involved, but that's just me. I think of Mike's like I think of GD's Help>Slip>Franklin's. I don't mind them mixing it up but when the Groove stops and they play two ballads and then go into Weekapaug like we've been Mike's Groovin' the whole time seems a little dishonest musically. Like going from the end of Farmhouse to the Weekapaug "blap" is kind of a stretch dance wise. I'm not being critical just expressing my personal Phish listening aesthetic.
The Hood encore was an awesome way to close out the night.