, attached to 1996-10-23

Review by boymangod

boymangod well, um, what can i say it was a great show :)

i remember seeing the second drum set next to fish's and everyone freaking out about it. there were alot of speculative guesses, but im pretty sure few had it nailed it with the bob gullotti call. he's a well known drummer, but im pretty sure he was an instructor of fishman's in the past.

the hello my baby stuck out as oddly placed even though i didnt know(and still dont) know much about phish setlist placements and traditions.

I always love a julius near the end, if not the end of the second set. Its like a heavy duty rinse cycle.

this was the first show when i remember, im pretty sure during antelope, phish's ability to build "level" upon "level" in their jams. i thought, "wow, i can actually see everything raising up a level". it was pretty great.

this is an intersting note too...my friend Todd may have been one of the first people to notice The Funk. He's a bass player and he knows music well. He turned to me during a jam(dont remember which--my money would be on tweezer) and says "phish is getting funky!" i nodded back to him and thought, "yeah i guess they are.." it wasn't long before the band had fallen clear down the spacefunk rabbit hole.

haha.


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