, attached to 1994-12-28

Review by CForbin

CForbin Home from college, seeing the show with my crew & running into a few old heads from HS (yeah prep) at the Convention Center show. What a gas, I was last at this venue w/ my parents as a young kid for the Bicentenial Celebration - my Dad and I met Jessie Jackson in the men's room, but I heavily digress...
Onto the show... highlights for me included Simple, Gin, Axilla, Ice (always!) and although I LOVE to Run Like an Antelope, I don't recall anything special about it. 2nd setters Mike's was good, yes the Drummer Boy was way cool near Christmas, Contact was neat-O too. I was dead ass sober at this show, for what it's worth, and honestly the show itself really doesn't stick out as being anything special - although I distinvtly remember during the show I had this erie feeling like I wouldn't see Phish again for a very long time... not sure where it came from, the scene or maybe just turbulence in my life at the time, anyway I was right, it was 15 years before I got back on the train. WTF was I thinking?


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