, attached to 1992-04-03

Review by Pjfmc

Pjfmc So I thought I'd go through and listen to some of the essential 90s tours or longer section of tours beginning with the Spring 92 West Coast run. However I like to have some context going into something like this so I wanted to hop on tour a bit further out to orient myself in 1992 Phish. So why not just start in the mountains and make my way west?

So the music.
This is a solid show. It's not a hidden gem or anything but it's Phish so there are moments of the sublime
peppered throughout.

The first set has really excellent energy and solid song selection. The Melt stood out to me.

The second set opens with The Curtain>The Sloth which really works for me, the transition is really fun.
Possum is very cool, definitely deserving of it's spot on the Jam Chart. If nothing else listen to the Possum (and why not hang around for a strong and fun Mound?) The YEM is is just OK I mean that in the context of YEM), I liked the vocal jam. Mango though to Suzy is fun and the Hood is good.

In the pantheon of Phish this is a Don't Skip rather than a Must Hear, but seriously don't skip it!
Glad I listened, see you in Boulder.

Post Script: I started listening to the second set again while I was writing this and I already feel like the show is better than I made it out to be. It's a fun one.


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