, attached to 1994-07-03

Review by dr32timmymeat

dr32timmymeat Fishman dorks like me might be interested to hear Fish's snare drum at this show, which is wound tighter than I've ever heard. I'm working my way thru 94... curious if subsequent shows have this banjo-tight snare. Doubt it...

The SOAM jam gets pretty out there. "Exploratory" a good word for it from the phish.net scribes.

Lizards also gets 15% more far-out (in a jazzy way) than normal. It's not a jam, really, but mildly more interesting than par.

Boy this second set setlist would have been just about perfect if not for Julius. Still a monster set with multiple noteworthy jams, but nix Julius and it would have been even nuttier.

Pretty whimsical start to Antelope. Then some 4th of July fireworks go off just as the jam kicks off, it sounds very well coordinated. High production value firework/music choreography.


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