For those of you not familiar with the Type II Cast, it is a Phish fan podcast that discusses current Phish shows with occasional special episodes dedicated to various Phishy topics. For this week's episode discussing Phish's New Year's run at Madison Square Garden, they invited me to be their guest alongside usual panel members Steve Olker, Josh Korin, and .Net's Chris Glushko. We gathered together virtually on Monday, January 7th, armed with a pile of great audio clips from the run, to share our thoughts on both individual songs and the shows as individual entities and as part of a run of shows. Two hours of quality Phish nerdery ensued. Chris was kind enough to put together rankings of these shows compared to the other multi-night NYE runs starting in 1995, which we discussed as well.
We dedicated this show to the memory of Robert Ekchart, aka Barefoot Bob, a beloved Phish fan who lost his battle with cancer earlier that day.
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February 21, 1993
24 years ago
 Prior to starting Suzy, the band sung the first line a cappella in a different manner than the rest of the song.
 Began with Page modifying the intro (including a brief reggae attempt) and included a Simpsons signal.
 Random Note signal.
 Performed bluegrass-style; The "Reverend" Jeff Mosier on banjo.
 The "Reverend" Jeff Mosier on banjo.
 Phish debut; The "Reverend" Jeff Mosier on banjo.
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