Noteworthy Jams
Debut Years (Average: 1990)

This show was part of the "1995 Fall Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1995-12-04

Review by phlyphishing

phlyphishing Great show with a lot of energy. I gave it a 4 star rating. Really enjoyed the Julius opener. The Stash was outstanding as noted above. Axilla II was solid as well with a cool little outro.

Second set had some points where it slowed down a little. Ya Mar was very good with a solid intro. YEM had a patient build up and great jam section. Frankenstein to end the set was a great choice and solidly played.
, attached to 1995-12-04

Review by Anonymous

(Published in the second edition of The Phish Companion...)

The first set of this show has a great "Stash". I can't think of a "Stash" from all of `95 that is less than great. The second set "Timber" opener is one of the best "Timber"s I've ever heard -  long and quite dark. The workhorse of the night is this "Antelope". This is one of my favorite "Antelope"s. It was very intense in the middle. If I had to play one version of one song for someone to get the gist of Phish, I'd play this "Antelope" for them. This is the Phish Machine. I also like the "Ya Mar" and "You Enjoy Myself", featuring a short and scary vocal jam.
, attached to 1995-12-04

Review by EducateFright

EducateFright This is a good show; not outstanding, but good. It lacks in exploratory and experimental jams, but the energy and enthusiasm is there (which likely made this show a very fun one to attend). The Timber that opens set 2 is a swirling, spinning, thunderous storm – it clocks in at 7 minutes, and is easily the highlight of the show. I was hoping for something equally dark to follow, but instead we got Sparkle > Ya Mar (oh well). Good YEM; Fishman is on fire, as usual.
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