, attached to 2015-07-04

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads The setlist here is perhaps tailored a bit more to play to Trey's strengths, but overwhelmingly this is a Bob affair, as would become the case with the newest family to carry the banner: Dead and Co. If it doesn't strike your fancy to hear Trey render Standing on the Moon or Foolish Heart, there's the highly stimulating Drums -> Space segment, those of which were particularly strong during this monumental run, and of course you get your Stella Blue, as well as a Shakedown Street opener. I think Cumberland Blues would make an excellent addition to the Phish cover catalogue, but so far we haven't seen much overlap (or bleedthrough.) This show is ironically--due to happening on Independence Day--maybe the weakest of the five Fare Thee Well shows, but it's still very enjoyable listening, and this was a moment in time that might never be reproduced in any form, so let's love it!


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