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When: Wed., June 19, 7 p.m. 2019
Price: $45-$90
When Phish played Blossom three years ago, the mood swung up and down during the first set, which opened with a fine "A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing" and then dove into a variety of tour debuts and upbeat, if constrained, jams. The second set was pure, complex gold, with Chalkdust Torture evolving into a strong, ambient major-key jam before slipping smoothly into Tweezer, the undeniable highlight of the night. "This Tweezer" got very weird, contrasting the more blissed-out guitar-led Atlanta version. Around 12 or 13 minutes, the band took things into some very thick atmospherics and began building a mountain of haze on top of a simple three-chord progression. After several minutes of chaos and ecstasy, the band stripped things down before segueing nicely into The Lizards. Expect a similar performance when the band returns to the venue tonight. (Eric Sandy)


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