, attached to 1995-10-28

Review by JOEB7891

JOEB7891 This was my 2nd Phish show ever and what a night. Last night in Kalamazoo was great and I had no idea what was about to happen to me.

I lost my mind in the palace left a part of me there forever!!

Right from the first song the end of AC/DC felt like Phish was messing with me. After Timber Ho! I king of lost it. I stood there in my set so confused. I could see or thought I could see rain drop falling from the roof of the Palace like it was dripping on me. The next thing I know Phish is playing Antelope
and the jam just keeps getting crazier and crazier and it felt like it was hard for to breath. I bet I looked like a deer in headlights. I felt like my head was going to explode.


This is one of the darkest scariest Phish set I have every seen and still have not seen anything like this again.

Maze>Theme was great. This Maze kicked so much ass. They don't play Maze like this anymore. Then The Scent of a mule was nutz. The Mule duel was out of this world. Pages solo was over the top then Trey sings his whole guitar solo. Then Pages does this too. This is all very dark. Then in Y.E.M. Trey starts singing about his Mother in the very quite little kid voice and then right before the vocal jam
he is making monster sounds with his guitar and moving his arms like the sound is coming from his arms. I was blown away and every one I know that was at this show feels the same way about it. After this I was hooked and I never seen or felt anything like this again at a show. After this super dark first half of the 2nd set Page plays Strange Design and tells it going to be ok. I felt like the band was right there with me and had the demons biting at there feet too. Like I said I have never felt anything like this at a concert before and have see a lot of Phish after this and have see so many great shows but never have I felt this scared and happy and lost before. After this show I felt like I was on this amazing adventure and that the band was there with me the whole time.


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