, attached to 1995-06-26

Review by Glasshole

Glasshole I really wish this was a better review of my first Phish show ever. I was young (16) and broke. Not even sure how I bought the ticket. I caught a ride with my friend who had to referee a soccer game prior to the show. His mom drove us to the game and then dropped us at the show in a VW Vanagon. I dont remember not one note of music, or even seeing a ray of light during the show - this depresses me! I know my friend dave was dancing like crazy and he had probably never heard a note of Phish's music before that night. Looking back at the setlist, I'd give anything to actually know what was going on and listen to how they played those songs, many of which are now my favorites. It's been 19 years to the day since that show. Time flies when you're having phun. Sidenote: After the show I was waiting for my crew near the front gate. Standing next to me was this super cute hippie chick with a respectable amount of armpit hair holding a sign that said "Dayton". She turned to me and said, "Can I have a ride to Ohio?" All I could think to say is, "Baby, If I was going to Ohio, I would bring you! But I live about 20 minutes down the road." She understood and continued on her crusade. I went home and went to bed.


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