SET 1: Corona, Mozambique, Cayman Review, 46 Days, Valentine, Lonely Trip, Gotta Jibboo, Evolve, Money, Love and Change
SET 2: Everything's Right, Simple Twist Up Dave, Spin, Ghosts of the Forest , The Silver Light, Twist > Sand
ENCORE: When the Words Go Away , More, Heavy Things, Magilla, Push On 'Til the Day
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Review by radiator9987
Valentine was nice. Lonely Trip reminds me of Slip Away by Clarence Carter and is a nice change of pace with Trey doing a bit of that 60s soul singer with the vocals.
Evolve made it's TAB debut (in front of an aud) and seemed, for me, to have held up better as a Phish song.
Once we passed the vocals (yes they nah nah na'd) the 2nd set really takes off with the ER jam and then the tour debut of Simple Twist Up that stretched its legs for a bit before we found ourselves at the precipice of the sets strongest run.
Spin> GOTF was the real highlight for me, Spin had some extra blues licks ala Hendrix or Albert King and maybe the longest version of the song to date. TAB debut of GOTF was a lot stronger than the PItt Phish debut in 2019, probably because most of this band played on the original GOTF tour.
The other notable thing was the mini-set as an encore with Trey going solo for the Gilmour/Waters flavored When World's Go Away and Trey's workhorse More. Heavy Things with a flute solo, yes please, and enough to send off happy, but, no, we are going full on let's highlight the horns with Magilla. Not to be outdone they throw down one more in Push On Til The Day and send us out into the Philly night.