, attached to 1992-04-17

Review by MiguelSanchez

MiguelSanchez I love this one. In fact, it might be my favorite show of the year. it is pretty freaking solid from start to finish. now, can you imagine a phish/wsp double bill at the warfield not being sold out now-a-days... or hell, even 2 years later.

set one gets cranked up appropriately with a nice run away jim. they go onto really nail foam. sparkle keeps the energy up before really cranking into a fiery stash. trey digs deep on this one before bringing it home. i didn't know is good fun, and i've always liked cavern midset. reba and maze offer some really nice back to back exploration before a very standard bouncing. then you get a very nice landlady that finally delves into a nice murky bowie/catapult bowie. side note, many tapes of the stowe vt/'92 santana show have this bowie/catapult/bowie as a filler. it is usually marked as being part of the show, but it is not. anyway, trey and page are rock solid on this one.

set 2 is a whole lot of fun. trey wails on this brother. an early set yem blows up. gordon and fishman are very tight on this one. then they go onto bury fluff head. coil works out of fluff head. then they crank up a fun '92 tweezer. it is very tight and focused. good jamming. they make a nice little twist with a good version of uncle penn. fishmand does his thing in rosie before a rousing tweezer reprise shuts her down. great set with non stop fun and action.


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