, attached to 1993-03-21

Review by s1177375

s1177375 Not my favorite show or year for my favorite band. It is full of amazing frantic fast almost angry sounding jams. I love the contrast for the amazing Hood which is more of a elevator jam as u all know and so it is a nice change in a night of angry energy due to bad renta cop security making the band and "holding" crowd bummed forced to leave their dangling stash behind in the ceiling tiling hidden away instead of in the body bouncing around the stomach as it should be on a Phish night, I love this show cause i love dark angry energy shows but it was rated bad overall cause of this. If u like a really really good one far better than this one and feels like 93 and 95 energy w a bit of 89 in there check out 7-30-03 dank as hell and the Spocks brain and On Your Way Down and FEFU and Dylan cover took me to a dark place i love to go from depressing time to time. That show is far better played that this one too ironiccaly cause they were on brownies ghosted by sunshine acid and chocolate shrooms and in 03 graduated to harder coke and heroin but had not burned out and so the music was still amazing. . Dark but amazing. Oh the good old days 93 94 bluegrass 95 Johnny B Goode guitar solo Trey found his inner Zappa Marle and even Hendrix level at times. Even maybe but never quite B B King and Clapton but my soul cannot quite claim Trey as all time guitar god but oh boy that suburb - country BUGs in the Farmhouse boy can PLAY!!! we love u the boys that make my life have more meaning . . Jesus gives my life purpose and Trey my ears purpose. There is always music in my mind playing on tapes and reels forever


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