, attached to 1991-11-30

Review by Anonymous

(Published on the legacy Phish.net site many years ago...)

Finally saw the band for the first time last nite at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY. The place was PACKED (standing room only; I heard it sold out over a week ago) and I had a great time...

I can't compare the show to any others, but the band seemed to be having one hell of a time up there, especially Trey. They goofed around alot: eg, in "Cavern" Trey seemed to be more interested in making cool feedback then with the actual song. He also seemed to be enjoying the fact that the audience was really into it... in the middle of "Divided Sky" he just stood there rocking back and forth, trying to keep from laughing... did this for a few minutes, then hit ONE note on the guitar and waited a few more seconds before continuing the song... same with the last note of "My Sweet One"... the stage went dark for a few minutes while the guys stood there with their heads down before they sang the last "name..."... the crowd was loving it. Mike seemed to still be a little sick, as he coughed into the mic often while he was singing... this was integ- rated into the vocal jam out of Y.E.M., whichc was complete nonsense. Fishman played a vacuum solo during the last song of the opening band, Shockra... he played his trombone mouthpiece for I Didn't Know...


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