Forbin's featured a guest horn player dressed in a leopard-skin toga and a huge orange Mohawk. Hood was played in support of the Vermont Dairy Farmers. Possum contained an L.A. Woman tease from Trey. Terrapin was dedicated to "Marni." The Aquarium Rescue Unit was the opening act.
Teases
L.A. Woman tease in Possum
Debut Years (Average: 1987)

This show was part of the "1991 Winter/Spring Tour"

Show Reviews

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Review by hieronymous

hieronymous My memories of this show aren't too clear, I do remember though that this was my introduction to the Aquarium Rescue Unit! We came in during their set and I was blown away. Only song of theirs that I remember from that night was Compared to What since my band (Jiggle the Handle) was also covering it at the time. My only strong memory of the Phish show as Col. Forbin's Ascent - I think that was the first time that I saw Trey narrating the story, acting out the climb upwards. And this was probably another time that I saw the trampolines - I must have seen them do Mike's Song three or four time in my first few shows. I am writing this in August 2016 and just saw Phish still performing songs like SOAM, and got to see Oteil play with Dead & Co. - life is good!!!
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Review by Alexanderhoye

Alexanderhoye I unfortunately wasn't able to see the Somerville theatre show the night before which everyone was raving about. There was a lot of chatter about Tweezer Reprise from the night before. But this show did not disappoint.

This show had a lot of great energy and at times was all out rocking. The LA Woman tease was super cool and the Harry Hood in the second is one of my favorite Live Phish-inspired moments. Mike and Trey were really active and animated that night on stage. This was my fav show of the year.
, attached to 1991-05-04

Review by Alexanderhoye

Alexanderhoye I unfortunately wasn't able to see the Somerville theatre show the night before which everyone was raving about. There was a lot of chatter about Tweezer Reprise from the night before. But this show did not disappoint.

This show had a lot of great energy and at times was all out rocking. The LA Woman tease was super cool and the Harry Hood in the second is one of my favorite Live Phish-inspired moments. Mike and Trey were really active and animated that night on stage. This was my fav show of the year.
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Review by TheEmu

TheEmu There are some rough patches in the first set here. Reba's composed sections are fine, and the jam starts OK, but it becomes rushed and unfocused and then clunks to an awkward and unpleasant end (D+). My Sweet One is waaaay cracked out and out of control, just messy. The SOAMelt, though, has some balls, and is more representative of the rest of the show. Short but decent versions of Weekapaug, Hood, Possum, and Jim. Highlights IMO would be the Hood and the Jim, but they're nothing mind blowing. Overall, I'd say it's straight up average-great Phish. 3 stars.
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September 30, 1991
25 years ago
The Dugout Lounge, Ohio University

Set 1: Chalk Dust Torture, Foam, Fee, Paul and Silas, Stash, Colonel Forbin's Ascent > Fly Famous Mockingbird > Sparkle, Take the 'A' Train, Llama

Set 2: Possum[1], Cavern, The Mango Song > Tweezer > My Sweet One, Horn, The Landlady > The Lizards, Tweezer Reprise, Happy Birthday to You[2], Love You > Hold Your Head Up

Encore: Good Times Bad Times

[1] Two Charlie Chan signals and Simpsons and Claping signals.
[2] Performed by Trey, Page, and Mike. Sung by Fish and the crowd.

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