, attached to 1994-04-06

Review by FoxmansBrother

FoxmansBrother Set I: Show starts with high energy with a fierce Llama and Gulelah, and then gets the crowd dancing with Poor Heart.

After, Phish delves into one of the few musical explorations of the night with Stash. The composed section was relatively tight minus a few mistakes by Trey, and then transitions into a ripping tension-release jam with several peaks. The jam goes type II briefly and then returns to the Stash theme with one more satisfying peak.

The rest of the set lacks any real flow, bouncing from the Lizards to Sample to Scent. Fee has a short but nice outro jam with a -> to Antelope, executed wonderfully by Page. Antelope ends the set with a quick be solid version, with an atypical intro.

Set II: Takes off with a well executed version of The Curtain, into DWD and Wolfman's. This version of Wolfman's displays brief improvision that does not really go anywhere. However, this was the band's most experimental attempt with the song to date.

A solid Mike's follows sparkle, in which it goes type II just four minutes in. The jam slows down for some nice inerplay between Trey and Page. Fishman then takes over and brings Mike's back to a rocking climax.

The rest of the set follows rather awkwardly, bouncing between high energy songs and slower one which disallows any natural flow to develop.

Show ends with a fun acoustic bluegrass encore featuring Fishman on the "Madonna Washboard"

Highlights: Stash, Fee->Antelope, Mike's


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