, attached to 2022-06-05

Review by vinsanity46

vinsanity46 The music from this show is pretty consistently incredible. Sand is the greatest and most powerful version ever played to my ears.

But I want to mention something extracurricular:

We brought our Airbnb host Jimmy to his first show tonight. He is a veteran of Dave tour so he could understand what was going on, even if he wasn’t familiar with the Phish quite at all.

After getting my mind blown and repackaged and blown again, we were leaving the show and I asked Jimmy what he thought of his first show. His response was incredible:

“It felt like a windmill of color in music form. Much of the time, the four members and their instruments blended together in a beautiful kaleidoscope, and sometimes you could focus on any one individual member, and it was like blinking at the windmill where for a brief second, you can hear all 4 members in their own space, and see each color for its own individuality and power”

Needless to say, Jimmy gets it, and he can come with me to any show from now on. We love Jimmy, thank you Jimmy, and I’ll be using the windmill of color in music analogy for the rest of my very blessed Phish days.

What a band. I’d say give this whole show a spin but the whole second set and encore are worth revisiting for years to come. Truly masterful work from a band and kuroda that had their full arsenal of tools and an energy I haven’t felt at a show maybe ever.

Thank you fish and thank you Phish for some of the most incredible jams of 4.0. Never miss a Sunday spring tour closer at deeer creek in 2022!! Let me tell ya that!


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