, attached to 1992-12-13

Review by WeatherReport

WeatherReport This show is my one and only international Phish show, and it was also the last time I ever saw them play in a small club. Le Spectrum on St. Catherine street is nice club type venue, that probably holds a little over 500 people. It had tables and chairs, and a cool upper balcony that went around the club facing the stage. I remember setting up my Marantz PMD cassette deck, and microphone stand on a table, which was really convenient. This was the forth show I had seen on the 1992 fall tour, and one of my all time favorites. It wasn't the most technically perfect show, but it was a lot of fun, and the small crowd was great. Of course everyone howled at the "ship to Quebec" line in Fee. It was a vey cool version after a slightly shaky start, I was glad Trey brought the megaphone for this one. My favorite part of the show was TMWSIY, it was my favorite instrumental they were playing at that time . After the show the party just seemed to move to the other bars and clubs that were still open. That's the great thing about St. Catherine Street, it never closes. I think they should rename it Sodom & Gomorrah Street, there's nothing saintly about it. What a night.....


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