, attached to 1995-06-19

Review by JMart

JMart Obviously this show is getting bumped hard due to being featured on DaaM as well as archival release. Listened to the whole thing yesterday. The whole thing is pretty darn awesome, but I'd like to make special note of the Reba here.
First, the first six minutes are played basically perfectly. Like, seriously I don't think they missed a note.
The jam starts out innocuously enough, fairly patented Reba fare. Then, around 7:30, Mike and Page hit a weird jumble of notes. Trey immediately notices and follows them down into a very swift minor key transition. From there, Mike takes up a nifty bass line, which Trey and Page echo. This blossoms into a neat little bop rock aside, which lasts for about two minutes, before sliding back into the Reba jam proper.
This moment is everything that is right with Phish in 1995.
Also, it is Trey who messes up the landing at the end of Antelope, not Fishman.
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