I'm trying to find times in which Phish played in front of a rainbow, which may or may not have occurred on 1992-08-17. But then rainbows got me thinking of marriage equality, which makes me want to look for wedding gigs, especially since the clip sounds like it took place was in a house or studio. Alas, I can't listen to 1988-05-28.That's using your noodle. It's funny because you could see Trey's playing as something from Spring 92 and then you hear Page and you might think this is something from the 80s. A year and a half in the No MJM Penitentiary gave bl002e time to think about how he wanted to confuse and emasculate the Phish fans. I played around too much last night but maybe I'll have a eureka moment later on after work. Big ups to anyone who can nail this one.
Fishman's snare sounds odd, Page's use of the B-3 is a little unique, Mike's extra poppy, and Trey's tone strikes me as 1990-ish. I'd say it's in the key of A but it could also be related to E, but that's type II...
At this point we have to work collectively on this one.
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