, attached to 1995-06-17

Review by Slothberries

Slothberries This was my very first Phish show attended. I didnt really know a heck of a lot about Phish at the time. And thats too bad because this was one heck of a show...One that I would have appreciated much more had i been fully on board with Phish prior to attending it.

A very upbeat, dance happy first set gave way to a deep, dark and exploratory second set. Phish debut'd Johnny B. Goode as the meat of a Tweezer sandwich. Ok, maybe it was more like the lettuce....and the Tweezer jam seguing in and out of JBG was the meat.

Seeing Dave Matthews and Leroi Moore come out for the encore and play a Bob Marley song was really great for me. At the time I was more familiar With Dave Matthews and Bob Marley than I was with Phish.

All in all it was a great show from a great tour. Dont sleep on this one


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