, attached to 1990-05-11

Review by hieronymous

hieronymous This was my third Phish show - and my first Widespread show! I remember it being awesome, I didn't quite know the songs yet but I was learning. My memory of the show is pretty vague - the things that stand out are: during WSP, Michael Houser sitting behind everyone else even though he was the lead guitarist, I seem to remember the trampolines during Mike's Song, and my strongest memory - two or three huge punks slam dancing during Big Black Furry Creature from Mars - I was at the front during the show and had to turn my back to the stage to protect myself - during the breaks where Trey would do the rhythm guitar break, one of the punks would lean on the stage and yell "MORE HARDCORE" and then the band would come back in and they would start slam dancing again. Good times!!!


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