, attached to 1997-11-13

Review by LunaticMoose

LunaticMoose This show is a good indicator of what the rest of the tour will be like: funky & groovy. With the second song of set 1 being Black-Eyed Katy's debut (of what would eventually become Moma), you just get hit with a giant wave of a groove that would make a paralysed man jump up from his wheelchair and dance the night away. The next highlight of the first set is this Melt, which has something I love to see in a Melt, a semi-melodic jam instead of the usual intense craziness which comes with a standard Melt jam. After a catchy groove in the YEM/Zero combo that closes the first set, we get treated to what is probably the highlight of the show: the Stash. A solid '97 style jammed out Stash gets pretty spacey in the middle which creates for an amazing 20+ min jam. Credit to the taper of this show on phish.in because holy crap I loved the second set. The late 97 mix has the perfect amount of bass and it really shines in these shows, just listen to PYITE & Hydrogen and you'll see what I mean.

Highlights of the show: Black-Eyed Katy, Melt, STASH.
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