, attached to 1995-12-01

Review by nesta

nesta What can I say, this was my first show. I followed the Gratefil Dead for a bunch of years and then that summer Jerry died. So, a bunch of friends of mine got me a ticket and said come along; I'm from Lancaster so the show was close. The parking lot was craziness, the show was insane ... the night before I was coming from a Mighty Mighty Bosstones show at the TLA and then hitting Phish up the next night was hard for my brain to understand. The show, looking back on it, had everything. It was amazing. I feel privileged to have been able to see those guys at this time in this early stage. I remember them having fluorescent coral and underwater ornaments all over the stage and then they played Theme from the Bottom and it seemed to fit just right. Buried Alive, Chalk dust torture, tight crisp short little versions. The boys ripped thru some Col. Forbin and Mockingbird. Trey told us of the Helping Friendly Book and where the Rhombus was. The story of religion and chocolate was told as well. The David Bowie>Catapult, the Suzie Greenberg was a big hit because we were with someone named Susie so that was the party anthem of the night. Check it out get the video too.


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