, attached to 1991-10-24

Review by westbrook

westbrook This is a really fun show from the early years. The band is clearly very comfortable and having a great time at this show as evidenced by all the banter with the audience. Trey remarks how Prescott College reminds him of Goddard and then says something to the effect of "I've haven't been in a room with this many weirdos since Goddard. It's great. It's like being back home."

The source from the spreadhseet is SBD with a cut during Divided Sky. Trey and Page are really out front in the mix. Fish and especially Mike could be higher but it's not terrible.

The jamming in this show is very focused and to the point. I guess you could call it concise. It's a more stripped-down approach as opposed to the later 90s style, but this is Phish boiled down to its purest form.

A few notes
- Tube and Slave bustouts. This is the first Tube with the blues breakdown before the final verse and the last Slave until the big return on 8/6/93.

- Highlight of the show is TMWSIY>Bowie. Great intro and jam. The end screams (literally).

-Trey shreds in Weekapaug.

- Fish during HYHU "I hate this fucking song, I hate it more every time"

-Encore is missing the a capella songs

Again, this is a really fun show with lots of banter/name-calling and energetic jamming. If nothing else, give a listen to the TMWSIY>Bowie segment.


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