, attached to 1992-11-20

Review by dscott

dscott The rust is imaginary. This show is good and strange. A sprinkling of crisp classics and goofball novelties surround some marvelous highlights:
- Stash: This version gets peppy and light without losing its ominous edge.
- Bowie > I Walk the Line > Bowie: Amusing and strangely authentic Country Cactus interlude in the tease-heavy intro. Impressive thematically-oriented jamming. Then, it just suddenly comes to a stop with Trey announcing the set break. No trills (boo), but plenty of thrills.
- Chalkdust: A snarling fire puppy. Trey tears it a new one. Must. Hear.
- YEM: Simply glorious bliss section. Aggressive funk. Cool vocal jam.
- Hood: Brilliant version that somehow occupies sub-radar strata. Playfully creeping intro. Unique little piano variations from Page during the latter composed segment. Tantalizing build. Bubbly climax. You can feel good...and I'm a bit concerned about your Phish appreciation skills if you don't!


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