, attached to 1992-04-17

Review by Pjfmc

Pjfmc Holy moly! The first set. Just. Keeps. Coming. Seriously top notch playing and song selection. Excellent Jim, top notch Foam, I love Sparkle here. What's that? Stash? Yes please don't mind if I do. I Didn't Know cools us off a little and introduces that '92 goofball energy with an early vacuum solo. Well placed and fun. Cavern picks us back up, another excellent song selection. And then BOOM. Reba. As in some of the Bowies from this period this Reba is showing us flashes of Phish Yet To Come. Maze is perfectly placed here, with great work from page. Bouncing and Landlady are fun and then they drop an epic wonderful Bowie with Catapult tucked inside towards the end. WOW.

Set 2 opens strong, a great Brother into a cool shred-y YEM with very solid Mike and Fish. The vocal jam sounds great, they use reverb so well on this tour. Fluff>Coil is sublime and that Tweezer is top notch early 90s Tweezing. Poor Heart kicks off the usual show winding down whimsy and antics. The Ice>Rosie>Ice is fun and tight tonight. Tweeprise is the perfect Set 2 closer.

They certainly couldn't get it wrong tonight!

This is an ESSENTIAL show. Absolutely wall to wall nonstop essential Phish. This is a must hear.


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