, attached to 1992-11-21

Review by WeatherReport

WeatherReport I lived in Burlington, VT from 1988 till 2003, and some friends and myself decided we were going to do our first mini "Phish Tour". We had all seen them several times at the Front, and other venues, and decided to go on the road and travel to this show, and the next three shows. It was held in what appeared to be a large indoor basketball court. The place was totally flat, and I'm not sure if there were seats. I remember being on my feet the whole night, and there was a decent amount of room dance. They had some new hanging banners with swirly shapes on them, and also some other stage props I hadn't seen before. My previous show before this one was 7-11-91 at Battery Park. I noticed that their sound system had improved since Battery Park, they were beginning to get a more polished sound. It's Ice, The Horse > SITM, and Buffalo Bill were songs I had not heard before. I remember Trey mentioning something about a upcoming album (Rift), before one of the songs. I really liked the second set of this show, it had more of my favorites than the first. Even though it was a "Curtain" without the "With", it was still cool. I don't remember hearing Take The A Train at any show other than this one, what a treat. Overall it was a pretty fun show to start off the "mini tour". Afterwards, we hung out for a bit, then packed into our vehicles and headed to Ithaca.


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