I’m Blue I’m Lonesome and Foreplay/Long Time were performed acoustic. In the soundcheck, Dog Log was performed in a blues style and Halley's Comet was played multiple times.
Jam Chart Versions
Debut Years (Average: 1989)
Song Distribution

This show was part of the "1994 Fall Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1994-12-06

Review by OrangeSox

OrangeSox AUD recording of the show sounds pretty solid, nice dynamics and balance, and is worth a listen.

The first set has great selections and a fun flow, kicking off with a pretty fierce Llama. The Mound is executed pretty cleanly and the Disease has typical 94 firepower. Fluffhead is always a nice middle to any set, and the Jesus Left Chicago features Page doing the thing. Stash is here the improv meat of the set, a really nice version that deserves its Jam Chart inclusion.

Second set starts promisingly with Curtain but a >Sample is a bummer for me. The set doesn't get its rage status until the Mike's Groove, thanks to a seriously awesome Simple that should be heard by all, featuring some great bubbly full band type II and a clean -> Mango. The same goes for the big dark Weekapaug: GREAT. This section gives the show reservationless relisten value. The Henrietta performance is good, especially the vacuum solo which is as good as any. The acoustic numbers before a nice type I raging Antelope to close the night put the bow on the thing. The Back in the USSR encore is fun but short. This would be the only time played after Halloween and before the next trip to Glen Falls in 2013 so it's pretty special in hindsight.

I want to give this show a 3.5 but because i am a fluffer will go ahead and call it a 4. The Simple is my favorite thing here and it really is a keeper, as is the Stash and Weekapaug. Great catches by the jamchart crew!
, attached to 1994-12-06

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw Watered down '94 Phish

This show feels like a slightly toned down version of a lot of shows that surround it. Not much exploration and very little risk. Hey that's fine! There's still some great stuff.

The 1st set starts off with a great selection of songs. All of which are pretty average. The first noteworthy song IMO is Jesus Left Chicago, every time they play it it's fantastic and this is no slouch. Stash is it's typical strong self and gets very weird. Besides that nothing else actually stands out besides the great song selection.

The 2nd set has a kind of odd flow to it. They don't really do anything dramatically different than usual, it just doesn't feel as streamlined or consistent as other 2nd sets. Curtain thru Poor Heart has this weird stop and go feel that works for a 1st set but is odd in the 2nd. Mike's is far too quick. But the segue into Simple is great and simple on it's own is pretty strong. The highlight of the show is Weekapaug, it's solid but also incredibly wacky. It seems at times that it may have gone a little for far off the rail, but keeps coming back in time. The Phishgrass section is solid as is the Antelope that follows.

Although somewhat sloppy Back in the U.S.S.R. is a fun encore and a nice reminder of the whole slew of new songs in their arsenal gained from Halloween a little over a month before.

Overall not a completely memorable show from this month and year. But still some good stuff to cherry pick.
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