, attached to 2015-08-09

Review by bouncin7

bouncin7 To hear Sanity > Split Open & Melt at my 65th Phish show tells me a lot about my last 25 years. I don't review shows often on here and avoid reviewing unless I was actually at the show like last night section 202 row TT right in front of the SBD. The entire show brought me higher and higher with every song and I may or may never find out what was in my friend's beer that he handed to me while saying "it's warm but good." For a few minutes during set one, I was officially tweeeeked by a merry prankster with my mouth going OMG. They sound checked Col Forbin>Mockingbird and Weigh, so neither of those surprised me, but such a great treat to hear both. But it was the "S" songs that popped my boner set one Saw It Again (screaaaaming version WOW) Sloth (always so great) and then the Sanity complete with even screaming haunted house SFX from Page and a standard perfect SOAM.

SET II: Carini Waves Tweezer. It's the best three-songs in a row I've heard LIVE since DICKS last year and year before. Some truly special moments during all three songs. I punched my brother over and over drooling with excitement and everyone in our row had their shirt off this band was putting out DA HEAT. Trey HEAT! To say Trey is "ON" right now is an understatement. Phish / Trey are 5 times reborn a new band in many ways new energy, new dancing on stage the most fun in many years (2011 - 2015 PHISH).....it will go down in history as far more than a 3.0 or 4.0 number. Words can't describe what is going on. The jams are incredible delicious FUN, exciting and liberating. LIFE! Phish = IT "If we could see these many waves
That flow through clouds and sunken caves
She'd sense at least the words that sought her
On the wind and underwater"


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