, attached to 1997-03-18

Review by TwiceBitten

TwiceBitten This show is a little slow moving, but has a decent mellow Bowie, a cool Taste, okay Slave, the rarity Neil Young cover Cinnamon Girl and a lovely first set Hood. There are also some songs with Horns (cool) and some with female blues vocals (not cool). All the guests steer the show in a decidedly unPhishy direction. I'm sure the experience of seeing the band in a small theater after they had moved up to the big leagues was a blast and a half, but honestly the guys have not played an exceptional show in Vermont since 1995. The Ben & Jerry ice cream guys intro, Harry Hood, CTB and I Told You So are available as soundboard downloads from LivePhish, but the whole show circulates in SBD.



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