, attached to 1992-08-17

Review by DudeKeefe

DudeKeefe I was at this show, it was actually my first full show. I had seen them a day or so before open up for Santana. Blew my mind! I've got a soundboard recording and it is great to relive it. Reading the reviews above, I can agree that it was not the tightest show, but being my first, I didn't really notice. The 3 minute note that Trey was playing during Mike's, as refereed by DollarBill above, was actually a broken guitar string change, and get this, he changed the string while he was jumping on the trampoline with the smoke and strobes going full force. So sick, we were right in the front ceter. The Coach House had tables and chairs and we were the only table to break our table and chairs down and shove them under the stage. During the Weekapaug, Trey got up on the house speakers and jumped onto the stage while playing power chords. So amazing! I have not jumped off the bus since. Thank you Phish!


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