, attached to 1992-11-21

Review by Bob_Loblaw

Bob_Loblaw This show to me is on the upper tier of 1992 shows. It is a pretty long one with a ton of songs. And at times it's somewhat stagnant. But the setlist is excellent and there's a lot of gems to be found.

Jim is absolutely gorgeous and leads to a fantastic peak. Mockingbird has a fairly straightforward narration for the era. But they still played it first set! Possum caps the first set with outstanding peaks and playing, it's just one of those songs that shows Trey at his most shredtastic.

Carolina is fairly rough and Curtain is pretty standard. But Mike's is when things really get started. Trey goes completely nuts at the ending of it. I Am Hydrogen is even somewhat noteworthy in that it's perfectly played. Weekapaug is likely the highlight of the show for me. Trey's beautiful hammeron's and a nice quick hose jam, top notch version. The rest of the set is pretty straightforward. Standard HYHU and coil is unusually standard. You also get your phishgrass essentials (uncle pen) and phishjazz essentials (take the A Train). The Llama with a quick Big Ball jam is unique and kind of cool, and of course Trey shreds as always.

Buffalo Bill's debut is quick but still fun. And to end the show maybe one of the more noteworthy BBFCFM with a lot of hilarious talk about Satan.

All in all a pretty good 1992 show coming from someone who isn't a huge fan of this year.


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