, attached to 1997-11-28

Review by DanceTheJig728

DanceTheJig728 Easily a top 3 Fall '97 show for me. They come out of the gates swinging with a Curtain opener that crashes right into one of the best YEM's ever played in my opinion. This jam is just explosively funky and is a poster child for the Fall '97 sound.While there was no B n' D segment, it still brings the heat. The rest of set 1 is somewhat standard but still very strong, with a fantastic Maze and BEK. Then again most BEK were pretty damn good.. Timber is an amazing set 2 opener choice in my opinion and this version does not disappoint, clocking in at around 13 minutes and getting set 2 started on the right foot. LxL is nice in this slot I think and I always enjoy hearing early versions of songs. A treat of a mid second set Slave is always welcome, and this one has a great jam as well. Next is one of my favorite jams of the tour that doesn't seem to get the love it deserves. This Ghost is incredible and the start-stop jamming will get anybody up and shakin' their booty. Sometimes I don't know what I enjoy more, the jam in Ghost or the segue into Johnny B. Goode which comes out of no where and is incredibly fitting. My Soul isn't one of my favorite Phish tunes (It actually was when I first started listening to them ironically) but I think it puts a nice cherry on top of this gem of a show.


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