, attached to 1994-11-22

Review by ND61400

ND61400 This isn't the best show of 1994. That honor belongs to 6/18.

This is the second best show of 1994. And there's certainly no shortage of 1994 shows to choose from.

Still, this beats 6/22 and 7/16 and Providence Bowie and, yes, even Tweezerfest at the Bomb Factory. That's not to say that those shows aren't good or that they aren't worthy of their high rating here on phish.net. Certainly they are. But Jesse '94 is Phish in its purest form.

Want a huge 30-minute jam? Cool - here's Funky Bitch.

Want Phish setlist mastery? Cool - here's Buried Alive > Poor Heart > Horn > Foam.

Want technical mastery? Cool - go listen to Guyute, the racing pig. It's perfect.

Want some variety? Cool - Remember that Funky Bitch? Yeah, that same set has a BBFCFM, I'm Blue I'm Lonesome, Tiny Little Butter Biscuits, and My Long Journey Home.

Want Hood? - Cool - here's Harry.

There are five 1994 shows that got released as part of the LivePhish series, and Jesse wasn't one of them. And you know what? That's fine because it's better than all of them and deserves to stand apart.


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