, attached to 1995-12-14

Review by Tarhead9486

Tarhead9486 Phish was definitely on fire during the Fall of '95; the most notable being 10.21.95 and the Niagara Falls concert. This one from 12.14.95 is most certainly a special one, and shows the band at the peak of their powers prior to the 12.31.95 concert. I was trying to think the other day of best Phish gigs, and anything from this period (particularly this one) can make the cut. Although this wouldn't be the first Phish album I recommend to anyone (please check out their studio stuff...they are a good studio band!), it'd be one of the first if people were to get into the live material. I'd probably recommend the archival releases before "A Live One" (although that's tasty in its own right).

Love the segue into "NICU" on this one.


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