, attached to 1997-06-20

Review by iovanepr

iovanepr First of all, this show has a tremendous setlist. You have the new songs, the classic songs, the slow songs, the fast songs, literally a great combo of everything.

But there's something intimate about that first set that's pretty rare for a Phish show. The outro of both Cities and Horn have an almost nostalgic feel to them. And then they hit us with the classic JJ Cale song "Ain't Love Funny" (which was a Phish debut this night). The guys stay pretty true to the original, yet leave us with a cozy and passionate feeling for the mellow mood. They then finish off the set flawlessly with a LxL > I Dont Know > Antelope.

The second set also has its moments, with a funky version of Twist as well as a fabulous Julius in which Trey hits the high note perfectly. Definitely don't pass up on this great show!


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