Antelope contained Simpsons and All Fall Down signals. This set was an opener for Santana. The four-band bill also included Los Lobos and The Indigo Girls.
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This show was part of the "1992 Summer U.S. Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1992-08-30

Review by exiled

exiled Very nice Landlady and Reba, ripping Llama and Antelope. All with the gusto and skill heard throughout the Spring and Summer '92 shows. Prior to Sweet Adeline, Trey asks the crowd to boo Kuroda since he didn't have to do anything all tour.

What a fantastic year for Phish! Wish I could have discovered them this early, but concerts were a new form of entertainment for me around that time; only saw U2 this year.

I'm glad that guy got his pictures back as it sounds like he may have had to wait a while to get them. Should have gone to a Kodak booth. He would had them back in about an hour. Also glad they waited until the fantastic Reba jam was over to talk about it.
, attached to 1992-08-30

Review by DollarBill

DollarBill No recording found. Last of the Summer 1992 Tour with Santana. Good looking set with two barbershops too.

From the other review I read it sounded like a great day of music. Having seen the Cleveland show this tour, and seeing Santana, Los Lobos and Indigo Girls shows since then, I can imagine quite a bit.

Now then, two months off to record Rift!
, attached to 1992-08-30

Review by DollarBill

DollarBill I'm back here 11 years later happy to report someone found a recording of this day! And so happy they did! It's the tour closer.
It cuts in on a good Uncle Pen, Landlady is tight, great Reba, Llama, what more could you ask for?
Antelope and 2 a cappella barbershop numbers!! Done and done!

Great tour closer. They're playing at a high level this year.
I highly recommend anyone listen to all of 92!
, attached to 1992-08-30

Review by Anonymous

(Published in the second edition of The Phish Companion...)

Another great opening act. This was more of a festival type of show where Los Lobos and the Indigo Girls also played a set. Altogether, an awesome day of music amongst all of the fairground attractions. I kept expecting the bearded lady to come out wearing Fishman's mumu! The night was capped by a big all-out jam with more percussionists that you can throw a drumstick at and perhaps even more guitarists. I don’t remember if Carlos’ other George was there too, but man that stage was packed. I think Santana even dragged out all the band’s kids and had the play shakers and sing “A Love Supreme”.
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Review by kipmat


After watching Phish perform for 20,000 fans for four nights, it is mind-boggling to consider that at one time they were craving the exposure afforded by being an opening act. As noted by other reviewers, this was the closing show of the tour, with the band taking the opportunity to relax and have a little more fun with their repertoire and on-stage banter. This show features a nice version of the forgotten a capella tune Memories, and a great Antelope from a great year for Antelopes.

These open-air AUDs are generally quiet, except for the occasional random dude turning around to talk to his friends right in front of the taper's mics :) If these Phish hors d'ourves leave you wanting more, you can dig for recordings of Phish jamming with Carlos Santana and his band. Bon appetit!
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