, attached to 1991-09-26

Review by Anonymous

(Published on the legacy Phish.net site many years ago...)

As for the setlist last night in Ithaca, at the State Theater (sent to me by a friend, so I assume no responsibility for mistakes):

I: Llama, Bouncing R the R, Divided Sky, Fee*, It's Ice**, My Sweet One, Geulah Papyrus (w/ The Asse Festival), Lizards, Foam, David Bowie***

II: Golgi Apparatus, Squirming Coil, Brother#, Sparkle##, ?????###, Mike's Song, Lawn Boy, ?????###

E1: Memories (a capella) You Won't Steal My Poor Heart Again (?)

E2: Sweet Adeline (a capella)

NOTES: * Trey pulls a boner and sings verse 2 instead of verse 3 -- that's one for you tape collection. ** New song *** Fish fills in with "Dr. Seuss" # Another new song ## Third new song of the evening ### Sorry, but I nor a few tapers knew the titles of these (but I have heard them both before :)

A mellow crowd, many people not dancing (like maybe it was their first show?) during the first set. Things picked up for the second set--the band was definately into the jams in Mike's Song, as was I.

A sell out scene, i had no problem getting rid of extra tix.

Divided Sky jam was good. Page went nuts on a jam in Squirming coil :)


Their new disc will be out in January on Electra records (but they did not sign any contracts!). Lawn Boy out of print until MAYBE December (says the official Phish vendor). I bought a Junta tape (still $8) and I am not impressed with the sound quality, seems to have gotten a little hot... it *breathes* and is generally lacking in the mid and high frequency depts.

Ah, one more thing (or two).

Set times: I--1:12 II(incl encores)--1:10 approx.

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