SET 1: My Friend, My Friend, Julius, Glide, Poor Heart, Divided Sky, Guelah Papyrus, Stash, Guyute, Golgi Apparatus
SET 2: Maze, The Horse > Silent in the Morning, Reba, Wilson > Scent of a Mule, Tweezer, Lifeboy, My Sweet One > Tweezer Reprise
ENCORE: Foreplay/Long Time, Cavern
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Review by Doctor_Smarty
Musical highlights of the show included the debut of "Guyute", a riotous first time bluegrass cover of Boston's "Foreplay/Longtime", and my first live "Tweezer." As "Tweezer"s go, this one was nothing special when compared to some of the monsters that were unleashed in Fall 1994. But, I am now a "Tweezer" addict, and not unlike many other habit forming substances, that first taste is always one of the more intense experiences one can have with it.
Overall this show seemed to have a vibrancy and vitality that seemed entirely absent from the Grateful Dead shows I had attended at the Boston Garden and Madison Square Garden on the weekends before and after Lehigh. The contrast between the ascent and descent of the two entities was stark and overwhelming. The Dead, from that moment on, were sadly enough dead; Phish however, to my great pleasure, was definitely a live one.