, attached to 1991-02-28

Review by DemandOpener

DemandOpener This is a pretty average show from 1991 with nothing really of note except for some very strange song placement in my opinion (an ugly Mike's Groove dropped in the middle of set 1, a partially-narrated The Lizards as the show closer, and Buried Alive, Llama, and Cavern all oddly misplaced). It's all good because it's Phish, but the show didn't have great flow or any real standout moments. I'm going to go with 2 stars here mainly for the almost total absence of flow from beginning to end.

Final note: I will say that The Lizards is probably worth listening to because of the funny start to the song and the pre-song banter.


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