, attached to 2019-07-10

Review by dublindeuce

dublindeuce Several times during this show I straight up lost my shit..The first set is tight and psychedelic. The second set is looser and has some incredible segues. There's great jamming across the board!

Stash is well executed and has a nice bubbly jam, and this Wingsuit is absolutely glorious. Limb by Limb and Gumbo are two of my favorite 1.0 songs, and they are well executed. Steam is spooky and melts my face. The ever elusive David Bowie is back in Connecticut!

Chalk Dust Torture gets a great little jam on the 20th anniversary of the famed Camden Chalk Dust! We also get the return of one of my personal GOTF favorites, Ruby Waves, a heavyweight Seven Below, a Faulty Plan with so must extra mustard that you might need an extra pretzel, and a slick segue from Piper back in to Ruby Waves!

The encore speaks for itself. I find it fitting that I finish my last of the summer with Slave, which is one of my favorite songs in the Phish catalog. Quite the way to end Phish's first time playing Mohegan. It's been a blast.


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