, attached to 2022-09-01

Review by wilson69

wilson69 Friday was my favorite night experientially, 4th quarter of Saturday was my favorite dance party, and the Icculus on Sunday was probably my favorite moment...but now that I finally relistened, I think Thursday was the tightest night musically- or at least the little subtle things that I enjoy. Every now and then, I feel like they go into Goddard College music nerd mode (night 2 of Orange Beach is a good example) and you can hear little nuances like the flowing tempo and pitch changes by Trey throughout the 2nd set- 5:00, 8:00, 10:00, 11:30 of Ruby Waves and the last half of Hope, in particular. The navigation through Don't Doubt Me I think is the MVP of the wknd for me, Page and Trey are doing a lot. The Piper has all the patience, nuances, oscillation, and power that you can ask for in a Phish jam. Fish is a beast as always. First set had special moments, too- the major chords in Disease and "a mile away" transition into Mule, so much fun. I REALLY liked the distortion by Trey in Theme- again, subtle and nerdy, but unique and distinct. Sand, Ocelot, and Train cooked too. And it's been played a few times in 21-22, but Axilla II is still a big deal!


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