, attached to 1985-10-30

Review by Shadowfox0

Shadowfox0 All their shows in the 1983-1986 era were rather short even the 3 set shows were mostly covers of the dead or other bands because they were trying to make a name for themselves which makes sense
All to say that Harry Hood is amazing from the gate This is the debut of the song that got me hooked on Phish! I also loved MFMF Dirt Horn Petrichor Slave Back on the Train Gotta Jibboo Fluffhead and Lizards those were my favorite songs and still are mostly Now I love Maze Piper Chalkdust Torture Sand more than those but at the time those were my favorites
I now realize they always play their best versions of any given song on the live debut Life beyond the Dream was only played amazingly at Blossom 2019 debut HH has been played amazing since but this first version is also jam worthy even Joy was played well the first time at Camden a really shitty slow song was played best the first time Wading in the Velvet Sea played best at its debut 1997 in Europe Phish plays their best versions of songs from the gate I suppose an exception would be Show of Life an amazing song and great show closer or Encore played best not the first time but the 2nd time 6-11 was good but 6-19-2010 was better that show sucked in all but the Show of Life was EPIC another exception is Friday a song most fans hate like TTE a song that all fans hate like Petrichor I actually love the rain falling in Petrichor but agree that Time Turning Elastic is just boring like Sugar Shack or Let Me Lie really boring songs like Miss You or More I actually love the song More because I totally agree w the lyrics but most fans do not because they are atheist idiots who love Darwin not Jesus and the only songs i abhor by Phish are Friends Lifeboy Bug and Death Dont Hurt Very Long simply all lies I love Simple the song i amazing but simply those songs suck ass
Harry Hood Possum and Sneaking Sally make this SHORT show amazing !!! and worthy of listening to backwards down the number line of time


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