When was the last time you listened to 8/13/93? If you've never heard it, check it out (it's on Relisten too). You'll hear why it's one of the most widely traded shows on cassette in Phish history and, frankly, you don't need to read any of the reviews on this website about it to hear Why That Is True, either. Both fans and the band agree: It was a SPECTACULAR show. Trey did cartwheels backstage post-show. Check out the LivePhish sbd if you haven't already.
For some discussion about it, check out this Osiris Undermine podcast with Brian Feller, who was there, and user @Icculus, who wasn't.
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