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, comment by JARdale
JARdale That is awesome. Thanks to whoever recorded it. It's the next best thing to the Flux Capacitor.
, comment by lumpblockclod
lumpblockclod The Freakapaug is easily one of my most memorable MSG moments. The rest of this run was pretty mediocre (although the first set YEM was a nice touch), but the Freakapaug more than made up for it.
, comment by Brandonclick77
Brandonclick77 Swept away> Steep...Ahhhhhh! I got a little burnt out on this combo,96 fried my brain with it...
, comment by kevinAreHollo
kevinAreHollo I miss the Dragon Bass.
, comment by jaredprox
jaredprox My 21st birthday show!

I concur with @Brandonclick77 about the Swept Away> Steep. After hearing it so much in '96, the shine wore off and it became a set energy suck. But, but, but...as they so often do, Phish turned this set back around with a Weekapaug that blew the roof off MSG.

So cool to re-live...Thank you for posting!
, comment by johnnyd
johnnyd
...there's no doubt the "Freakapaug" from 10-22-1996 would grace many lists.
Definitely including mine. One of a sequence of "anything is possible" events, from the hot dog, to the garden in '95, to the Ball. Then this madness during a 'regular' weeknight show....

Thoroughly enjoyed the antics, phish. Would attend again.
 
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