, attached to 1996-08-17

Review by mcgrupp81

mcgrupp81 Someone who was at this show needs to post their perspective on Set II of this show as I unfortunately was not. I still feel the need to comment.

The heart of Phish is improvisation, but if you stuck me on a desert island and told me I could only bring 5 live Phish song performances to listen to, I'd choose the Slave from this show as one of those performances. The great Hoods and Rebas are emotionally uplifting, but this Slave produces the most cathartic experience I have had while listening to Phish. I would imagine that it's the same feeling that people get while listening to the Went Gin. 4/10/94 Hood gets close to that level too.
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