, attached to 1995-06-19

Review by Rabbi_Lipschitz

Rabbi_Lipschitz As I sit here and write this one day before my 37th birthday I am listening to this show. It’s difficult to believe this was the day before my 20th birthday, my first show. That fall I moved out to Arizona, promptly attending my second show at Compton Terrace (R.I.P.), another great venue. Quite a lot has changed in seventeen years, however, I will never forget this day which I feel has forever changed me musically as well as personally.

While not a hardcore fan, I have seen them six other times, most recently the summer 2011 tour, each time being a different experience. All of my past and present Phish shows have been positive which is one aspect of the band that keeps me listening whether live in concert or recorded.

Looking at the setlist today and knowing what I know now I am realizing what a great selection of tunes were played.

This show easily gets five stars 1) because it was my first b) what a great venue and 3) an experience I'll never forget.

Thank you!


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