, attached to 2014-07-26

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads Aside from the noteworthy -> segues in the second set, this is a throughly middle-of-the-road show, in my opinion. Some of the jam lengths exceed 10 minutes, but there's just not that much to sink one's teeth into in this show. Perhaps Phish knew that they would be doing their Tweezerfest the next night, and were therefore resting upon their prospective laurels. 7/27/14 is certainly worthy of that. Also I feel it incumbent to mention that it just doesn't seem right for Fish to use his scaled-down drum kit to play the intro Hood tom roll on his hi-hat. July 2014 was a curious time in Phishtory, that saw some heights and jammed Fuegos, but was otherwise somewhat transitional before the sustained brilliance of 2015.


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