, attached to 1992-03-22

Review by SplitOpenAndMule

SplitOpenAndMule It's nice to hear young Trey rock lead guitar and vocals on a verse with a very tight group of professional musicians. This is a fun boogie song, I think would sound good ending a Phish set.

Can be heard at: https://youtu.be/uqNJ3jSofpc?t=19m20s

(Adding more to be long enough to post.) The preceding NPR show on that recording is also very fun. I like hearing Phish cater to a more adult audience than was likely seeing them on tour. Funny to hear fans shouting for Fee, Reba, Golgi, and Suzy before Landlady.


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