, attached to 1990-03-01

Review by dmartchek

dmartchek I wasn't sure where else to put this info, so I hope someone discovers it here and finds it interesting!

A few years ago, a dear professor of mine gifted me a 2CD set as a graduation gift. It was called "Rock Eklektizismen", by Phish. I was intrigued and dug around looking for this mysterious show that, according to the linear notes, was "recorded live in New Haven/CT, March 1st, 1993" to no avail. I recently rediscovered it and have realized that it is, in fact, this show. Well, most of this show. The CD was produced by a bootleg label from Luxembourg called Flashback World Productions. Their website is still live, and they seem to have a particular affinity for U2. Anyway, I'll write out the setlist as it's written on the linear notes:

1st CD: Golgi Apparatus, No Goodbye, Divided Sky, I Didn't Know/Vacuum Solo, You Enjoy Myself, Possum, The Lizards/Mike's Song

2nd CD: Foam, I'm Hydrogen, Weekapawgroove, Carolina In The Morning, Stay, My Only Desire, Glide/Chalk Dust Torture, Bass & Drum Solo/Instrumental

A few notes: The Rhombus Narration is included on the Ya Mar, er, "No Goodbye" track, and Mike's Song is not actually grafted onto The Lizards in CD1. The Lizards fades in like other recordings I've heard of this show. Good Times Bad Times is missing, and "I'm Hydrogen" is actually Mike's>Hydrogen. Fire is obviously incorrectly placed in the middle of the 2nd set.

The B&D solo at the end of CD2 is the soundcheck jam, which I haven't seen anywhere else. Pretty cool jam that features with Trey wildly screaming, "Hey Andrew!" near the end, and a Chalk Dust Torture Reprise tease at the end, presumably before they check vocals over it.
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