, attached to 2019-02-22

Review by yEEt_1331

yEEt_1331 I was in the comfy confines of my home watching the epic that was this show. I didn't like the struggle to get a jam going in "No Men", but I instantly forgave when they dropped into "Emotional Rescue". Being a fifteen-year-old (I first listened to Phish in 2007, during the breakup), I didn't think I'd ever get a live "Rescue", whether being there or watching the webcast. That was awesome. "Set Your Soul Free" doesn't have the greatest lyrics in the world, but they're bright, positive, and fun. The jam was among the best of anything I've heard, and I've listened to the Hampton/Winston-Salem '97 box set tens of times over. It was that good. Not quite for the "Mercury", but both were nonetheless amazing. If they come out this summer jamming like they did this in Mexico and pretty much all of last year, there's no doubt 2019 will be up in the sky with legendary timestamps like the early 90's, summer and fall 1997, Big Cypress, summer 2003, fall 2013, summer 2015, the Baker's Dozen (of which I attended nights 8-11), and summer 2018.


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