Antelope included a Spider-Man theme tease and All Fall Down, Simpsons, Random Note, Aw Fuck!, and Turn Turn Turn signals. Trey introduced the Aw Fuck! Secret Language signal and played a Simpsons signal before returning to Antelope. Shortly after the "Rye Rye Rocco" segment, Trey introduced the Simpsons, Random Note, Turn Turn Turn, All Fall Down, and Aw Fuck! Secret Language signals before Antelope concluded, ending with a second Simpsons signal. Weekapaug contained a Jimmy Crack Corn (aka Blue Tail Fly) tease and Wait contained Call to the Post teases. Possum contained an Aw Fuck! signal and a Dog Log tease.
Noteworthy Jams
Teases
Theme from Spider-Man tease in Run Like an Antelope, Jimmy Crack Corn tease in Weekapaug Groove, Call to the Post tease in Wait, Dog Log tease in Possum
Debut Years (Average: 1988)

This show was part of the "1992 Spring Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1992-05-14

Review by DollarBill

DollarBill Pretty good show at the Cap Theatre and good bootleg. There is some random monitor feedback and EQ noises in the first set as Paul and the crew get settled in.

Nice solid Suzy to open with, into an equally tight ATR, which, for a second show in a row, segways right into Sloth. Sloth was a little loose at times. Sparkle was good but had some of the EQ-ing noises going on. Really good Maze tonight! One of the first GREAT ones! Trey false starts an ok Horn. Reba is sloppy in parts but, has a good jam on the end. Poor Heart is good. My Friend has some spots in the intro but, it's getting good. Trey forgets to turn off his tube screamer for a little laugh before Bouncing. Antelope is huge, complete with lots of chatter from Trey about the language. Good closer.

Good Glide to open the second set. Cavern is also good although, early tonight. Rift had a couple of spots. Fluff was ok. It had some roughness in the travels section before the Clod. Eliza is a great rare beautiful tune to hear. It really mellows things out before a rocking Mike's. Hydrogen has it's problems from Trey. Weekapaug has a great jam. Another rare one comes out with the lengthy McGrupp. Stash has a few spots but, is otherwise great. Fishman's section is pretty regular tonight. No extended intros or anything. Some guy in the crowd gets his wish as Possum makes for a good closer.

Trey sounds a little out of tune for Monkey tonight. Rocky Top is rocking as usual.

Good energy tonight, not too many mistakes. They did technically repeat eight songs from the last show's setlist, so it should be tighter. Lots of crowd participation tonight as well, singing along.
It's good to be around the home base of fans it seems.
, attached to 1992-05-14

Review by Miguelito

Miguelito This was my second show. The energy inside the Capitol Theater was intense and it was clear that this band was quickly outgrowing even larger theaters such as this one. This was a really great show and helped solidify my love for the band.

They open with Suzy followed by ATR. Both are fine versions. The same goes for The Sloth and Sparkle that follow. Not much more needs to be said about any of these opening tunes.

Things finally open up a bit with Maze. Still in its infancy, this tune has a nice jam but doesn't hold a candle to later versions. I like to ponder the evolution of Phish songs and find it noteworthy that this was the longest version of Maze up to that point since it debuted several months back, only to be bested two shows later.

After Horn, with its little false start, we get an excellent Reba. Trey's fine guitar work is on full display towards the end of the jam.

The set closes with what I like to call Spiderlope. Those familiar with the Spiderman cartoon from back in the day will be familiar the tease in this version. This tease, combined with secret language instructions, and a fiery jam leading into them, makes for one of my favorite early versions of the tune.

Glide, Cavern and Rift are all perfunctory takes but make for an interesting 1-2-3 opening combo for set II. This brings us to Fluffhead. I love this tune and the band gives us a solid version.

Eliza is a nice rarity that makes its final appearance this night. And then this brings us to Mike's, which is fiery and rocks. I was always a sucker for the classic Mike's Groove combo so Hydrogen is a welcome inclusion here, and the Wait in the middle of Weekapaug but is an interesting inclusion and is nice for my personal stats. It's also noteworthy that this tune too makes its final appearance on this date. In all, this Mike's Groove is a worthy listen.

McGrupp is a lovely visit to Gamehenge. A late set Stash is a really nice treat here, as is the Possum to close it out. It doesn't come close to the amazing version I caught three nights later at Union College but it's still a great version.

With Sleeping Monkey and Rocky Top as a double encore, we're done. After this and my next show on 5.17.92, I was sold. This band became my favorite band and I've never looked back.
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