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Review by wombatboy
First set was fun, with the obvious exception of the TAB-ish portion (Line & Tide). String music lovers will dig the Old Home Place.
Second set was excellent. The WTU? is a rather enjoyable quiet and thoughtful Phish moment. The song selection and set construction made made for a nice flow.
The tight and inspired playing largely made up for the absence of exploratory jamming.