, attached to 1985-10-30

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw What a striking difference from the 10/17 show. A huge part of the difference being the giant batch of fresh new songs. Hood is very good in it's infancy. Possum although extremely different from what it would grow to become is still pretty interesting. Slave is really excellent, unfortunately Trey's solo gets cut really short which to any fan of Slave is a disappointment. I Wish besides the super flubby lyrics is actually very well played and as they hoped very danceable. Prep School Hippie is also pretty nice. Of course like many of these early shows Skippy/McGrupp is the highlight. There is a consistent traceable growth in the jams that come out of it, and this is the best one yet.

Overall the best Phish show yet!


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