, attached to 1997-08-11

Review by spreaditround

spreaditround SET 1: Makisupa Policeman: Interesting opener. Wonder what prompted it. The key word gave my crew a good laugh as that is pretty much all we knew in those days. ->

Maze: Other than being very, very long – I never really got the love for this one. The peak is good but nothing that I haven’t heard before, and I have attendance bias!

Water in the Sky: Standard.

Guyute: Standard.

Guelah Papyrus: Standard.

Limb By Limb: Decent jam.

Horn: Standard.

Run Like an Antelope: Briefly delves into that gritty summer 97 sound in the mid 8’s. From here they continue to build immense pressure and tension. When you think Trey is done peaking this, he’s not done and continues to ratchet it up higher and higher. Nuts! Smoking Antelope right here, highly recommended.

SET 2: Timber (Jerry the Mule) - I really like how down low they take this one, it is almost like a silent jam but not quite. Very eerie! >

Piper: Standard.

Vultures: Gets a little crazy towards the end. But not so much that I would consider it worth relistening to or jamcharts worthy. >

My Soul: Standard.

You Enjoy Myself: Very long funk section, then Trey rages for a good while. But then there is the most incredible, signature summer 97 style jam that just goes way, way out into outer space. Absolutely awesome! Mind blowing! Fantastic YEM!

Character Zero: Standard.

ENCORE: The Squirming Coil – Trey is a mess in the beginning.

Replay Value: Run Like an Antelope, You Enjoy Myself

I think Phish.net has this one basically nailed as a 3.782/5 (156 ratings). Two major highlights in that Antelope. It is a solid show.


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