, attached to 1993-08-21

Review by kipmat

kipmat If you are indifferent towards 1993-era Phish and/or guest appearances, then you don't need to hear this show. But if you enjoy the Tinley Park Antelope and the previous show's amazing Reba, this show has plenty of highlights. Stash and Runaway Jim contain aggressive, "Hey-hole" jamming, and the whole Flecktones sequence is playful and cool, as opposed to the manic Albany YEM freak-out with the Aquarium Rescue Unit. Also, Bela Fleck's presence may have prompted our boys to demonstrate mastery of the bluegrass tunes in their repertoire; listen for up-tempo, tight and 100% accurate versions of Poor Heart, Uncle Pen, and Nellie Kane.


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