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This show was part of the "1996 Summer European Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1996-07-10

Review by Abe_Froman

Abe_Froman This is a pretty sweet set, especially if you're a "I have to listen to the whole show" type, like me. You're only giving up 57 minutes or so, and this is some quality Phish.

I'm glad to see the Bowie on the jam chart.Strong version and I really liked what Trey was doing. Solid Split Open and Melt here too, and gotta love Mike's French vocals in Ya Mar. Good stuff.
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Review by The_Ghost

The_Ghost Short and sweet like the show.

David Bowie.

That's all this review should need to say. It is a nice dark and twisty version.

The show has a decent set list, I certainly enjoy all of it until they hit the "Hello My Baby" part. Really don't like a cappella from musicians. Page could pull off a cappella, the rest not so much.

Highlights though Waste > David Bowie. I can't help liking Waste, it is a song I enjoy listening to with my wife when I feel like being a sappy romantic.
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Review by SethG

SethG Just like the night before in Deauville, this show was only Phish and Santana. It was a tough ticket and hanging around the backstage pre-show (trying to pretend to be a stage hand to get in), we heard the Horn, Coil and Funky Bitch soundcheck clearly. As the reviewers above say, the Waste (first time played to the public) into Bowie was a highlight, but don't discount the awesome SOAM before Waste. I love this version. A pretty rare GTBT closed (my first since 12/24/1994). After the show, many of us who were not going to England, went straight to Amsterdam to await the most eagerly anticipated show ever.
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