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Review by fhqwhgads
The second set opening Crosseyed is a bit undermined for me, but Friends is really interesting... it kind of makes me think of Syd Barrett fronting The Who with maybe a dash of power pop thrown in? The Down with Disease jam is more my speed than the Crosseyed, but we get what? Yes! Another new song: Tide Turns. A truly soulful number that Page is the MVP of, to me. Good to see Dem Bones back, whether I think some of these very special occasional one-timers should remain one-timers or not. Dear Prudence makes its third-ever appearance, giving Trey a chance to go over the ending with 6 strings instead of 5 (see 6/22.) Nice, long, melodic and peaky Hood encore, and that's all she wrote for The Mann this tour. Maybe it's just the fact that SPAC boasts the first 20-min.-plus jam of Summer 2016, but I think 7/1's where this tour's seeing Phish hit their stride (like Vida Blue?) I have high hopes for an excellent next few weeks and then Lockn and Dick's.