, attached to 1995-12-09

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads This is a good show to listen to if you want to hear Trey "shred" in a way that's somewhat unique to this circumambient era in Phishtory. Maze illustrates some siren-like techniques from him before a Phrygian(?) clinic... Trey is just really on for the entire show. Timber Ho! to open the second set gets very interesting, but everyone remembers this show for the You Enjoy Myself, so much so that it's named The Albany YEM. The silent jam is really funny on video, with Trey playing his guitar behind his head, and so forth. It's quite a testament to the powerhouse force that Phish was in Fall 1995 that they carried this frantic energy all the way through to New Year's Eve. I can think of a number of shows that I like more, but as I said, for people like me, who were drawn into Phish most of all because of Trey's guitar virtuosity, this show is sure to satisfy.


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