Wilson contained Simpsons and All Fall Down signals and Bowie had an Aw Fuck! signal. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Trey teased Stairway to Heaven in Suzy Greenberg. After Chalk Dust, Trey introduced the road crew while Page had a string repaired. Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones.
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Stairway to Heaven tease in Suzy Greenberg
Debut Years (Average: 1988)

This show was part of the "1992 Fall Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1992-12-13

Review by WeatherReport

WeatherReport This show is my one and only international Phish show, and it was also the last time I ever saw them play in a small club. Le Spectrum on St. Catherine street is nice club type venue, that probably holds a little over 500 people. It had tables and chairs, and a cool upper balcony that went around the club facing the stage. I remember setting up my Marantz PMD cassette deck, and microphone stand on a table, which was really convenient. This was the forth show I had seen on the 1992 fall tour, and one of my all time favorites. It wasn't the most technically perfect show, but it was a lot of fun, and the small crowd was great. Of course everyone howled at the "ship to Quebec" line in Fee. It was a vey cool version after a slightly shaky start, I was glad Trey brought the megaphone for this one. My favorite part of the show was TMWSIY, it was my favorite instrumental they were playing at that time . After the show the party just seemed to move to the other bars and clubs that were still open. That's the great thing about St. Catherine Street, it never closes. I think they should rename it Sodom & Gomorrah Street, there's nothing saintly about it. What a night.....
, attached to 1992-12-13

Review by DollarBill

DollarBill Twenty-first and last show of fall tour, second show in Canada. This one is not quite as good as last night's show, but still very well played and a good recording to go with it.

Buried Alive is a good, solid opener. No problems here. Right into a lengthy Wilson. This one is full of teases and a long ending jam. Double shot of Gamehenge material with a really solid reading of Divided Sky. Fee was a little shaky at first, but settles in to be a good one. Ice was also solid, and a lot tighter like most of the Rift material is getting. Uncle Pen was right up there in tightness as well. Stash had a few weak spots, but nothing major. Rift was a little shaky and it seemed like Trey's volume disappeared. Last night's was better. FEFY was pretty good for a new song. IDK featured "Tubbs" who is funny as usual. Page seems to initiate the finger scrape going into a good Bowie to close a good first set.

Suzy had some silly antics making it good, but not great. Mound shows off more solid new Rift material. Bouncing was ok, and included lots of monitor feedback. Llama rocks, as usual. Fluffhead is solid, maybe a few spots, and Fishman rushed the ending a little, cutting Trey off. Chalk Dust included more teases and antics reminiscent of last night's Tweezer jam. Nice to hear the shout out's to the crew from Trey and Page while the piano is being fixed. TMWSIY was great on both ends of a good Avenu. My Sweet One was a little rushed and featured the new Big Ball Jam at the end. Nothing too crazy in the HYHU into Rosie combo tonight. "Tubbs” ladies and gentlemen! Hood was ok. It had a few rough spots, but again, nothing major or really noticeable. Cavern is back to its usual spot, and tonight Trey blows the lyrics causing a laugh. Pretty good second set.

The crowd does a reasonable job keeping quiet for a nice Adeline encore. A rocking Rocky Top follows and almost gets way off due to the super fast tempo.

Great show, although not quite the five star performance of last night, it's still a great way to end the tour with two back to back, solid shows. Now two weeks off to prepare for the New Year's run.
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