, attached to 1991-11-08

Review by Penn42

Penn42 Wow! This show is really strong and a joy to listen to! I wrote just yesterday that Amy's Farm was the best Phish I have heard from 1991. This show gives that statement a serious run for its money; they were on-point. The playing is really tight all night long, the Nak 100 source off the spreadsheet sounds fantastic, and the setlist is just spectacular.

I'm not a fluffer of pre-'94 Phish, but the Divided Sky and Jesus Just Left Chicago are as good as any you'll find. The jams in each are really strong. They don't sound like they're from 1991. Stash, Split, and Weekapaug are *very* solid as well; Trey tears Weakapaug apart. The four Dude Of Life songs to close set two flow nicely within the set and are, in my opinion, very enjoyable.

The rest of the show is a well executed showcase of strong material from the era. This is a 5 star show if I've ever heard one.


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