, attached to 1994-06-11

Review by Gumbro

Gumbro Been listening to Phish off and on since about 1995. Junta through Hoist were in constant rotation for a solid two years, and "A Live One" and "Hampton Comes Alive." Fell off the wagon for a while. Dove back in deep about 2012, starting with 3.0 live shows and working my way back to other eras. Went nuts on 1997-2000 (I love Fukuoka most of all) and love the funk, ambient jams and intergalactic space Phish.

But now I'm digging deep into 93-95 and am really loving it, as it's getting me connected back to those early records I loved so much. I'm a jazz guy and a rock guy, so this is like aural candy for me.

Anyway, just gave this a spin and I agree with other reviewers that it's an upper echelon Phish show. There's so much manic energy, fire and passion in the playing, which is spot-on for the whole show. The YEM and Stash from the first set are outstanding, as is the RLAA. Superb.


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