, attached to 1990-06-07

Review by radiator9987

radiator9987 My third Phish show was really inspired for me and made me hop in my car the next day and head up to Ardmore, marking my first multi night run of shows. Suzi was an auspicious beginning for me as it seemed to be on every tape I got and The Chase was lost on me at the time. Possum was when things started simmering and you the band was firing on all cylinders. Fee/Reba?YEM was a fantastic mid set run and my first GTBT put a fat exclamation point on the set.

The Bayou was a great place to see a show as the parking lot was always chill in between sets. We spent a few minutes outside an hurried back in with expectations running high. I had quit drinking at this point in my life and the music took on new dimensions Dinner and A Movie was strong and my first Tweezer was welcomed as it was, even then, the one with potential for a jam. The rest of the set was broken up with Uncle Penn standing alone and Divided Sky doing the same. Love You was fun as usual and had a trombone solo as opposed to the vacuum. A strong Mike's Groove closed the frame out. Lawn Boy had grown on me since seeing it the December before and was a great juxtaposition to the noise of BBFCFM.


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