, attached to 1991-10-18

Review by Anonymous

(Published on the legacy Phish.net site many years ago...)

The entire Great American Music Hall show smoked. One highlight for me was Split Open And Melt, which I may have heard at my first show but had never heard since.

I was afraid the first encore was sounding like Highway To Hell, a song I frankly despise, but was surprized to hear it turn into James Gang's Walk Away. Cool. I thought the words to the Sparkle which followed were

"Laugh and Laugh and Fall Apart" rather then "Laughing Laughing" etc.

Does anyone know for sure? An excellent Squirming Coil closed the evening.

Henrietta's folks had the seats next to mine on the balcony and seemed to be having a wonderful time. Earlier that evening while I was waiting outside they had arrived in a taxi, and the father came out with a camera to photograph the marqui with Phish's name on it 8-). They seemed to be very proud parents.


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