, attached to 1996-08-13

Review by DaReba

DaReba this first set is ridiculous..... Splendid Divided Sky . The song choice alone is a harbinger of things to come.
The Tela is pretty and perfect after a short Tube. Maze is just one of those songs. The theme of the song has lent itself to be a solid crowd pleaser for literally decades. its a sick song . this is a great version.
I heard a FEFY my first show 6/28/95 at Jones Beach. I love the song. that said this is one of my fav versions. They really were laying into this song for about 2 years
the llama is awesome. The boys are felling themselves right now. And as a reviewer mentioned up top, this is a very interesting transition year for the boys.
SLaVE set I s=ender is another harbinger. Trey gets a nice country rock riff that lifts this slave to enjoyable heights. this is Fish's year though. listen.......

Did I mention harbingers??? we got a nice little jam before the AC/DC second set opener. Let's get this show on the road!!! Trey laughs after this line. the boys are enjoying themselves. it gets real at 6:50. Fish is a mad man.
u gotta expect a Lizards after a Divided opener. Solid.
This is a quintessential Mike's Song... the first 6 min. are straight ahead rock then they get into hey hole type II territory then bring it back to Mike's with Trey shredding it just for fun and Mission Impossible themeing to boot in a weird way...sick drone vamp jam after the first break. Its really a spaced Simple jam. awesome is really what it is. LISTEN!!!! CHyyUUUUURCH!!!! not to mention a sick keys/drums jam ... listen....
Lifeboy in a show like this serves its purpose. I like the song on its on though;-) one of the great Phish refrains,,, "God Never Listens ....To What I Say.."

CLLLLLAAAAAASSSSSIIIICCCCC Weeekapaugh!!!!!!!!!!!!!! lol
for reals. from start to finish. sometimes they don't just lock in . this time they do . AWESOME
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