, attached to 1994-11-02

Review by spreaditround

spreaditround SET 1: Suzy Greenberg: Standard.

Foam: Smokes as I would expect a version of this era, but this one is charted/lauded, and I don’t hear anything out of the ordinary? Shame on me?

If I Could > Maze, Guyute: Standard.

Stash: Very good Stash!

Scent of a Mule: Standard.

While My Guitar Gently Weeps: Crowd loves it being the first played since the debut in Glens Falls.

SET 2: Halley's Comet: Standard >

Tweezer: The early jam segment is some of the finest improvisation Phish has ever put together. It might as well be composed. The last piece of this jam smokes too. There is so much to unpack between these segments – I am not your man to do so. But I will say that I have listened to this more times than I would care to admit. It is ground breaking. Lot’s of risks were taken. For a bit of humor I will say we played this a few times while camping at the Dead Deer Creek run – loud enough for our neighbors to hear – fair to say many did not appreciate it but had a few folks stop by and ask what it was. It is a legendary moment in time for the band and for good reason. >

The Mango Song > Axilla (Part II) – Standard.

Possum: Definitely white hot. This one gets out there and then some.

The Lizards, Sample in a Jar: Standard.

ENCORE: The Old Home Place[1], Foreplay/Long Time[1], Tweezer Reprise: Standard.

Stash has replay value as does Possum – Tweezer of course is in a league of it’s own. Incredible piece of Phish history, The Bangor Tweezer. I would rate this show as a 4.3 out of 5.


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