, attached to 1994-05-29

Review by SplitOpenAndMule

SplitOpenAndMule These 2 Laguna Seca Daze (LSD) shows ended Phish's 45-show spring tour the way Phish loves to party, with music and camping! I was not there, but I feel it through the music.

The first night (5/28)'s first set sounded like an early 3.0 "festival" set, but that notion flew completely out the window from that night's 2nd set through the 2nd encore of 5/29. As mentioned, 5/28 is well known for the Reba and Claypool YEM, and the Ice and Tweezer are also fantastic. This night has a looseness and a playfulness that expresses the band's mood at the end of the first leg of a great tour before a 1.5 week break. Especially great are the Bowie, Melt, McGrupp, ANTELOPE, and Hood. And then a double encore! Because as Trey says before Hood, "This is the last bit before we go home and take a vacation, so we kind of feel like, keep playing, you know... what are we gonna do for the next 2 weeks?" This show is a great cap to a great month of Phish.


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