, attached to 1997-11-22

Review by jsauce

jsauce I'd done a lot of listening to phish, but only seen them three times prior to this show, including the night before, which, at the time, I said was "alright," just to give you an idea of where I was, musically speaking.

12/11/97 first set is the greatest single set of phish, but this is a close second. I don't know how to explain, but it was obvious from the first notes of Halley's they were going to destroy. I've never been mind fucked this hard in person. BEK builds to one of the most warped, exciting climaxes In phish history. This Antelope is vicious And without parallel. That's saying a lot. Trey sounds like a hungry wolf ready to rip the throat out of whatever idea passes through his brain. There's no hesitation in this music. I walked out knowing I'd seen something special. How could I ever have dreamed they would do the same thing every night for the next month?


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