This setlist may be incomplete. A local band, The Jolly Llamas, opened. A recording of this show does not appear to be in circulation.
Debut Years (Average: 1987)

This show was part of the "1990 Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1990-10-10

Review by Lemuria

Lemuria This was probably "only" a 3- or 4-star show for the era, but it's blistered to my brain. I'd heard *of* Phish previously, but only heard their music that afternoon - a cassette of Lawn Boy. At the show, I was feeling drained so took a chair in the middle of the (mostly empty) floor - and was slackjawed until at least the setbreak, after which I joined the (small but energized) "crowd" at the stage edge. ... It's two solid sets of classics (duh, it was 24 years ago), with some (at least now-) rarities, including the first of two Destiny's at Trax (the 2nd of which was the last for 12 years). YEM was silly, and the second set interaction had a great vibe, both good signs for the crowd and venue - which would host 6 Phish shows, help bring them to sister venue the Floodzone in Richmond and elsewhere, and connect them with Coran Capshaw and the Dave Matthews Band.
, attached to 1990-10-10

Review by radiator9987

radiator9987 There was a pretty low energy crowd at this one and Trax was not as crowded as I had thought it would be. It was night 2 of 3 nights for me and I had high expectations. As with the previous show they opened with Landlady>Bouncing, 'ok, been there,' and I just couldn't understand why they weren't doing the whole PYITE. Possum kicked things up and Divided Sky brought them back down only to go back up with Cavern. I had seen Oh Kee Pa and Suzi at almost every show I had seen at this point and took a break to get a drink and such. The Coil was very nice and Mike's Groove was always welcome to close the set.

I swear they did Fee in the second set, but my mind does play tricks on me. I thought Destiny Unbound was trying a little to hard to be a 'meaningful' song, but YEM was welcomed as always. I had heard Terrapin on tapes and it may have been the highlight for me as Syd was one on my favorites and I had never heard any band cover him. Bowie took the set ending to a high point.

Carolina was my first time seeing an acapella song and left me wanting more, but I knew I had another night coming up tomorrow.
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