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JMart Well, if you were wondering What Trey was up to during the pandemic, now you know.
While the set wasn’t nearly as visually overloading from the corner pocket behind the stage, I can still say I was glad to be there and agree with others who said that the whole set seemed more like a one-off theatrical spectacle than anything else. They took so much time to create the songs, maybe one or two of them will get played again, but I just can’t see “egg in a hole” showing up somewhere randomly in a set. The kasvat songs were much more accessible (even for Swedish prog rock) and much easier to incorporate into their standing material.
No arguments, though. It was a BLAST and were all super fortunate to have been there and to have Phïsh kicking out the weird. is a non-commercial project run by Phish fans and for Phish fans under the auspices of the all-volunteer, non-profit Mockingbird Foundation.

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