, attached to 1993-03-22

Review by dscott

dscott Possibly the single most overrated Phish concert of all time. (Disclaimer: I think Gamehendge is a fun story and all, but the saga's mere presence does not make me go gaga when I listen to a recording from the days of yore.)

I'm sure that it was a special experience for those who attended, and I probably would feel the same way if I had been there. The circulating SBD is phenomenally crisp.

First set is strong and peppy from start to end. A fiery Stash and a quirky Bowie are highlights. Second set is anchored by the Gamehendge narration, which is fairly straightforward this time around. It frames tight, but ordinary, versions of the featured songs. Mike's Song and Weekapaug feature some interesting variations. Encore is as encore does.

If you really, really like the Gamehendge narration, then you might hold this show in higher regard than I do. At worst, you'll still get to hear some playfully flawless vintage Phish in pristine SBD quality.


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