, attached to 1994-07-03

Review by kipmat

kipmat Fishman fans take notice: our Little Drummer Boy comes through clearly (for the most part) on this very good spreadsheet AUD, and his playing stands out even more! There are some miscues here and there from the other three, but Fish is on top of his game all night here, and especially starting with the Reba jam, he is driving this train all the way home. IMO one of the better Jon Fishman shows from 1994.

Phish shows from 1994 are also fun listening for the random standout versions of songs that are normally routine in the setlist. With a lot of early 90s shows, a listener might be inclined to skip the fluff and head straight to the highlights. But there are interesting moments in some unusual places: some megaphone-feedback from Trey during the build-up in My Friend, My Friend, a nice, heavy > from Axilla Part II into a killer Bowie, some fun Trey interaction w/ Page during his solo in Lizards, and a funky breakdown in It's Ice. Add those to the thrilling jam-chart versions of Reba, Melt, and the explosive Antelope > Suzy closer, and that's just about 100 minutes of a great Phish show mix :)


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