This show was an in-studio performance (with an audience) on the Live X program, broadcast live on WNNX 99.7-FM in Atlanta. This show contains the only known Phish performance of Carefree.
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, attached to 1994-04-26

Review by JahVolunteer

JahVolunteer Come on, as we all know studio sessions are not the best place to showcase the band. I guess that is unless you are there, hugging a non-existent rail. I envy small crowd enthusiasm.

Nothing terribly ground breaking here. But for some reason I really like Trey's raw vocals on Maze. And the effects are fun too. I do like my Mazes after all!

Summation: Demonstrating, at random, yet again, that they can pull Carefree punches. Spacey, jazzy, please return.
, attached to 1994-04-26

Review by beach

beach Three stars. It is what it is, an in-studio appearance. I would almost say that this is inessential, but the cover of Carefree should be heard.
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Hambone: January 14, 2018
3 days ago
Bayside Bowl

Set 1: Petty Soul Gem[1], Jefferson's Blues[1], Love Slip Upon Ya[1], Right Place, Wrong Time[1], Yes We Can[1], Ain't No Change[1], Soul Power[1], Do It Like You Do[1], Musicology[1], Controversy[1]

[1] With Fish on drums, Nicholas Thompson-Brown on saxophone, Frank Hopkins on rhythm guitar and organ, and Dave Noyse on trombone.

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