, attached to 1984-11-03

Review by WeekapaugKrol

WeekapaugKrol The '2nd' Phish show on phis.in is this show at Slade Hall. Tape quality is once again subpar but this is a rockin' show especially compared to the Scarlet, Fire on the Mountain snippet.

In the Midnight Hour is a great start and particularly the Jam -> Bertha is really nice and the transition into Bertha is great. Prior to Can't You Hear Me Knocking you can already hear the first signs of using samples as there is a "Knock, Knock, Knock" voice being played as they start to go into the tune. The St. Stephen Jam in the middle is a nice segue and Knockin' features a nice tail end jam too until Boom! The sound cuts out and comes back in at the clapping of the end of Camel Walk. Unfortunate but it is what it is. The phish.in tracks are also mislabeled a bit for that matter. Eyes of the World is an extended bliss clocking in around 17:52. Whipping Post got the tempo and mood back in gear and jammed out. Song closed with some whip sound samples. Unfortunate that Camel Walk isn't in the tape but the first true jammed out set that is readily available to listen to. A must listen as a phan.


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