, attached to 1995-06-19

Review by Cybro73

Cybro73 This was my 1st Phish show, I had only been listening to them for a couple of years, mostly Lawnboy & Junta,I also had a stack of bootlegs,but the sound quality was horrible so they didn't get put in to often. So going into this show I was familiar w/ the CDs I owned and no much else. I remember being really impressed w/ the quality of the sound although I thought it could of been louder. For the most part the songs all were new to me until Reba, which was my 1st favorite Phish song, so this made me very happy. Then a few songs later I got my first Run Like an Antelope, which turned into a musical frenzy. I was soaking wet by the time it was over and had a few people looking at me like I was weird, I guess I had heard something they didn't.
So now set 2 still a bunch of new songs to me till David Bowie, now what little my shirt had dried was soaking wet again and getting crazy looks all over. Coming into this show I didn't realize the importance of You Enjoy Myself, I did now, I always like the album version but hearing it live was a near religious experience, magic. Then we got to hear the play a amazing version of A Day in the Life to finish of the night.
The one thing I knew for sure after this night was that Phish was my new favorite band and that I would be seeing them as many times possible. That was 18yrs ago and 82 later. Phan for life.


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