, attached to 1993-08-14

Review by MiguelSanchez

MiguelSanchez i have heard it argued that this and the indy murat show are the two best back to back shows phish has ever played. personally, i don't agree, but i'm not going to call you crazy if you do. this second set is a knock out.

papyrus, divided sky, ice, and melt are really well-played in the first set, but like i said, the second set is champ here. the 2001>antelope combo starts out standard for '93, but antelope really starts to get out there. after a pretty rocking jam, the find themselves moving seemlessly through the who's "sparks". they work this in brilliantly and do not miss a note as they crash into walk away. after a bit of jamming, they find themselves working breifly bake through the antelope theme, but this is short lived. they move nicely right into have mercy. gordon has some fun playing in the antelope/mercy/antelope section of this "song." after a rousing closing to antelope, you would expect a breather, but they play a really nice version of mound. coil and stone offer the breather, but then yem is a crazy funky dance party. full of teases and good times. the rest of this set is standard fare. la grange is one of my favorite covers... good rowdy closer.

this is pretty standard aug '93, with a buck wild antelope mixed in there. you absolutely have to hear the antelope!


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