Thursday, March 8, 2018

Despite a few repeats Bobby and Phil Wang Dang Doodled all night at the Wang Theatre in Boston. Review, Setlist

    Bobby and Phil continued their intimate acoustical tour in Boston last night. Despite many repeats from New York it managed to be the most polished show yet. One would venture saying” without a member of Phish sitting in,” it was the best of the three. The first half was full of repeats, however they were performed without the rust that many tunes suffered from in New York. Dylan's “When I paint my Masterpiece” and “Athea” were highlights from a well played set.
The second stanza was phenomenal, of course with a “Crazy Fingers” opener there was little doubt it wouldn't be. The JGB staple “The Maker” was a magical cover and sent the second stanza into overdrive with a cosmic “Cryptical>Other One” to follow. A heartfelt “Black Peter” was paired with a rousing “Music Never Stopped” to end the show. A sing a long “Touch of Grey” was a perfect encore. The tour continues tonight at the same venue.

Loose Lucy
Me and my Uncle
Deep Elem Blues
Bird Song
He's Gone
Set 2
Crazy Fingers
Friend of the devil
Tennessee He'd
The Maker
Cryptical Envelopment
Other one
Mississippi Half Step
Black Peter
Encore Touch of Grey

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