, attached to 1994-06-18

Review by poofer

poofer To this day, this show really gives me the shivers when I throw it on. It was my first show, and a memorable one at that... I was only 16, and had just got home from boarding school for the summer. I remember being SO excited to finally see the boys as I had been grounded for smoking dope the last time they were in town at the Aragon Ballroom and couldnt go. To me, this show is complete... the venue is sooo small. I dont think it was sold out that night. I was just off the floor fish side and had plenty of room. The real tragedy of having a show like this be your first is that you dont get to truly appreciate how great it was. You are so enamored in what is 'Phish' and the whole scene enveloped with it that you lose sight of the music....at least I did...The second set is what really stands out to me. The Bowie>MLBJ>Bowie is absolutely stunning. And im a HUGE tweezer fan and this particular version is no pushover either. I walked out of this show completely awestruck thinking 'I am gonna do EVERYTHING in my power to see these guys as much as I possibly can while theyre around!'. 186 shows and 18 years later, I feel that ive fulfilled that promise I made to myself...: )


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