, attached to 2022-08-13

Review by Pinhead_Larry

Pinhead_Larry I really hope you can hear the audience cheers and whistles during Petrichor because this is just one of those rare moments where nature and Phish are in synch. I was in the bathroom during the opening notes of it (I left a few songs earlier) and when I came out to find my spot Trey is belting out “and the RAAAAIIIINNNN” right as the rain had picked up. It was completely dry when I left so it was very surreal to come out to come out to that; almost like Phish was strong enough to command the weather. It’s just something that isn’t going to translate on tape, but hopefully given this context you’ll understand exactly why Petrichor was perfect as the penultimate song in the first set.

Second set is quite odd, but looks are deceiving. Give it a chance and realize that BDTNL is actually a banger of an opener. Mr. Completely>Roggae is probably the highlight IMO, mostly because they settle on a tight groove and let it air out before a seamless Roggae transition.

The other cool thing is when someone talks about the Alpine Fluffhead, we now get to say “which one?”


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