, attached to 1994-07-16

Review by soundboy1

soundboy1 As I go through and write these reviews I realize that most people cover the musical analysis way better than I do. First of all I prefer type I style jamming to type II. I enjoy far out jams but I'm very critical of them and find I don't always agree with people about epic jams. So I mostly talk about my experience and the scene and whatnot.

I went to Sugarbush completely on a whim. My friends and I got really far out at the Jones Beach show and decided we had to be in Sugarbush. So we loaded up after JB and trekked to SUgarbush. We drove most of the way there and then camped at a rest stop about an hour from Vermont.

We got there early enough that we were able to park in the ski slope parking lot. So all the trauma people had about taking buses and stuff didn't apply to us. It was a great scene. We showed up pretty early(10am) and had to park at the bottom of the hill. I was worried about getting a ticket for some unfathomable reason so we walked up to the lodge and bought a few shortly after we got there. After that it was time to hang. For those of you who have never been to Vermont you are missing out. The air is the cleanest I can ever recall and just being there and loving Phish gives you a great inner peace.

Inside I just remember bouncing around. being relatively close then waaay in the back. I think I was about 30 rows back when Trey said "there are comets hitting Jupiter right now!!!" Also I remember they played the new Primus album at set break and it was the first time I heard it. when no2 started Keegan and I looked at each other and were like cool !Gamehendge again! but it was not to be. Still a cool song. Run like an Antelope was fantastic. At that point though it didn't even seem that special because after my run of shows that month it just seemed like the level they would always be playing at... Great tour closer.


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