, attached to 1997-07-02

Review by GAphishin

GAphishin I chose to listen to this while working on my front yard: scrubbing flagstone. Comcast has been thwarting my recent attempts at listening to full shows without dropping me at my home for the last week or so. Can make a man stand up and want to pee on Comcast.

But the show...delicious! Comcast allowed me the second set in its entirity. Stash. Holy crap. Lovely and wild. Llama's totrure. Velvet Sea as others have discussed is sweet and righteously played after the onslaught of the first two songs (three according to PHISH.NET).

The venue feels intimate. Small. close. I missed these shows. Europe was not in my opportunity at that time and I will forever be grateful to Phish OD and now Live Phish for presenting these in their beauty.

Grand show from a grand era. I loved the write up above. I find great joy in gleaning some background and historic build up with reminders of tape sharing. That was a time of pure joy: getting a new Grade A tape to make s copy of. I remember a buddy of mine dropped the whole Europe trip in my lap one lovely afternoon. That took up the rest of my summer.
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