, comment by kipmat

Comparing this AUD to ones from Fall 1992 demonstrates the expansion of the band's PA and stage monitors, as well as the aggressiveness of their playing, that exemplified Phish in 1993. And there's the grand piano! Unfortunately, the jamming in this version does not quite live up to the lofty standards set by the other Tweezers of Connecticut, as this one is about as straightforward as they get for this period. Seems to me that Mike is the odd man out again in the jamming, although it could be that Trey simply isn't listening to him as much as he is to Page and Fish. Oh well (shrug). But when Fishman switches the drumbeat and picks up the tempo for the segue into Walk Away, I'm still goosebump-thrilled.

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