, attached to 1995-10-24

Review by spreaditround

spreaditround SET 1: My Friend, My Friend, Paul and Silas: Standard.

Taste That Surrounds – debut, hard to keep up with all the variations – they rip this one nicely.

Fee -> Llama: Fee has a cool little jam tacked on that is effects driven and Llama is fierce!

The Horse > Silent in the Morning, Demand: Standard >

Maze: Look out below – this one is in your face and smoked. Trey keeps teasing and teasing the peak and then let’s explode. Crushed! What a rock star.

Wolfman's Brother, Acoustic Army, Prince Caspian: Standard.

Split Open and Melt: This definitely gets out there a good bit. Very dark, very evil. Does not have much of a peak.

Good set! Fee and SOAMelt have replay value.

SET 2: Julius: Rock gods! Total face melter.

Theme From the Bottom: Page crushes it on the baby grand and Trey is other worldly. Sounds so good, can’t quite how to describe how this sounds different than a typical theme but it does.

Bouncing Around the Room: Standard

You Enjoy Myself: Frampton talk box type stuff, then a heavy metal jam, B&D and then – seriously – the evilest – the most twisted vocal jam I have ever heard – Palucifer – David Hinckley – they should have played Sanity after this because most lost their minds to this one ->

Sleeping Monkey: Starts off as a vocal jam, lol! Not Sanity, but this was needed, I am sure. >

Run Like an Antelope: Gets dark and intense. Swirling is the best way I can describe this. As if you’re swirling down the drain into hell. The evil spell is broken right before 11 minutes as the bust into normal sounding Antelope type stuff. Big, intense peak. One of the very best versions ever, all-timer.

Contact > Cavern ENCORE: A Day in the Life: Standard

Second set summary: Intense set! That YEM and Antelope are some dark Phish. Wonderfully crafted setlist and executed flawlessly. Julius, Theme, YEM and Antelope all have replay value while YEM and Lope are all-timers easily. This is another great Fall 95 show with a real attitude and edge. I would rate this as a 4.5 out of 5.


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