, attached to 1995-11-09

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads What a great show! Hometown for me, this run was, based as I am in the Atlanta area. If only I'd been hip to Phish in 1995... Well, Tweezer Reprise opens the show, reminding me of those two nights in 2010 that had four Tweeprises. Prince Caspian is unusually short here. Punch You in the Eye and Simple contain teases on Led Zeppelin's "The Rover," off of Physical Graffiti. Reba is a wonderful version. Julius, as the second song of the second set, should be a .Net Noteworthy Jam, in my opinion. The beginning boasts some variations on the riff, and the jam is really hot. Bathtub Gin is the next big jam, and it's quite an affair. It veers into takes on the Summer '95 Space Camp jams as well as the Fall '94 atonal weirdness, and almost segues into Rift (landing instead in The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday.) It still strikes me as funnily poignant to hear tapers "shushing" chompers during the unmiked Hello My Baby... I guess by this point in Phishtory, phans already knew that we'd want to hear this music preserved with the most fidelity possible to the event itself. Please do make it a point to hear this Gin.


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