, attached to 1994-05-07

Review by HighNote

HighNote The Legendary Tweezerfest!

- This show shines through and through! To kick things off, the band opens with a very solid first set, including gorgeous renditions of Divided Sky & If I Could, down right nasty bass from Mike in Split Open And Melt, a tasty Mound, and the fan favorite Suzy Greenberg to finish things off.

Its the second set that makes this show an absolute MUST HAVE for the Phish fan who loves them for their ability to play with reckless abandon for 70 + minutes.

The Tweezerfest opens with a 25+ minute Tweezer with a heavy hard rock jam in the middle with mind-bending improv from Mike and Page that will send waves of pleasure up your spine! The "Fest" includes a nice "Sparks" (the Who tune), a chill "Makisupa Policeman", some "Sweet Emotions" jamming (Aerosmith), an entire "Walk Away" (Joe Walsh cover - included a Simplson's Signal 10 min into the tune), then "Cannonball," which closes out with a quality rendition of "Purple Rain."

The "Hold Your Head Up Jam" -> "Tweezer Reprise" will absolutely dazzle you and certainly left the entire Main Street District in Dallas begging for MORE.

The "Amazing Grace" --> "Sample" is a beautify to finish off a very special show.

Phish's unique ability to put together a seamless second second set is showcased in this MUSICAL ADVENTURE!



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