, attached to 1996-12-30

Review by gregdodge

gregdodge Poppy, snappy, aggressive Phish. While no stand out or all-time jams, this show glows with that mid-90's spark. First set featured great versions of The Sloth, Gumbo, and Funky Bitch. Second set got deeper with a dark dark Timber Ho!, followed by an Uncle Pen that meant business, then one of the more sinister, slow, almost half-time AC/DC. This one is firey, for sure. An underrated show, worth your time to crank up the audience recording and feel the hugeness.


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