, attached to 1995-06-17

Review by captsensible

captsensible I attended this show, but am reviewing it approximately fifteen years after the fact. It's a little known, and maybe forgotten show which deserves a listen. Summer of 1995 was a fun one for the band, with interesting jams, inspired and rocking energy and the touch of the playfulness of this era Phish.

The show opened with a solid, and blasting Divided Sky, which the band played as the sun was setting in the Virginia skyline. Nice touch. From there, high energy versions of classic songs followed, with Trey soaring and blazing.

Set two is the key, with the Mound>Tweezer>JBG>Tweezer>Mcgrupp as a face melter. They jammed, they rocked, they did it all. The encore featured a debut (the great Three Little Birds--what a way to end a concert--perfect) and a guest appearance by Dave Matthews before he became as big as he is now.

If you like 1995, and are looking for a hot summer show, give Nissan Pavilion a spin.


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