, attached to 1991-02-08

Review by kidrob

kidrob I listened to this show while I opened at work this morning, and I totally recommend. I saw this was the 24th anniversary on .net, and that is how I currently base the shows I listen to.

The show is straight fire. Nothing outside the box. Everything is just tight and well played. It's always fun while your counting money, and phish drops a Forbins four songs in after a solid show opener, a firey Reba and a buried alive. The whole set is like one long set with a straight listen. I was bouncing around in my seat non stop. Nothing is poorly done and every song is executed. This is a 91 show so a more talkative trey is on stage and introduces a familiar face from 91, Carl gerhardt, for the encore. Fans now would be drooling over the set list with a lizards rantelope set two closing combo. If you haven't heard, listen now. It definitely mDe my morning a lot better.


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