, attached to 1993-12-31

Review by Stumpy

Stumpy It's very easy for Phish Geeks to get all hung up on the musicality and the "trey made this note sing" type stuff in these reviews. For those of us who were at this show and rocking the good acid, this show marked a huge shift in what Phish was going to be.

Without this show, there is no 10/31/94, there is no 12/31/95, there is no anything that ever happened at Hampton. From this point on, the band knew that they could really push things and try blow your mind out of the water (when they wanted to). Sometimes it worked, and others it didn't... but this show definitely worked.


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