, attached to 1986-10-12

Review by dr_strangelove

dr_strangelove Decent show with some first time performances for songs that are iconic in Phish's current repertoire. Nothing too stand-out, but there are some minor highlights:

1) Slave to the Traffic Light: Just a well executed, early era Slave without any of the extended build-up or crazy peaks

2) Wilson: As noted by another, the vocals evoke Dylan and its kinda hilarious. There is a brief, smooth, jazzy jam in the middle of the song.

3) Halley's Comet: Although Mike's questionable falsetto may induce cringes, there is a nice little jam on the end that builds up really well into a Possum segue

4) Possum: Some slick guitar work by Big Red in the middle of this one


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