, attached to 1993-05-06

Review by soundboy1

soundboy1 Ok this was just a fun show. Musically it was fantastic as well but in general it was just a kickass time. The Palace Theatre is a classic venue and seeing any show there was a great time. Great scene outside and with all the colleges and the proximity to Vermont led to a great show.
The first set was great I think this was my first Possum which was the very first Phish song I ever heard. So that was great for me. It had signals in it which I think are the coolest Phish/crowd interaction that they ever did. I wish they would bring those back. I mean when he did the instructions that was the whole point right? Anyway when they introduced Dick I wasn't that thrilled. I paid to see Phish not this other guy! But once he got them going it actually was so much fun. Tennessee Waltz was a real standout for me.
2nd set was killer. Tweezer and Mike's in the same set is always great. I remember during Tweezer that at one point I was in the front row and also somewhere in the balcony. I used to love when there were no rules and you could just hang out wherever you want. Anyway The Mike's>Ob-Li-Di Ob-Li-Da was great. I wasn't that into the Beatles much but I of course knew that song. The whole crowd was singing and it was a great Phishy moment. I walked out of there really high on the Phish. I only saw them one more time the rest of the year so this show kind of stuck with me.
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