, attached to 1995-12-14

Review by spreaditround

spreaditround SET 1: Suzy Greenberg > Llama, Horn: Standard. >

Foam: Unbelievable version, just knocked my socks off.

Makisupa Policeman: Standard but very funny Trey key note stuff. >

Split Open and Melt: Other than the ‘silent jam’ this one seems overrated to me.

Tela, Taste That Surrounds: I really enjoy this segment.

My Sweet One, Frankenstein: Standard.

SET 2: The Curtain: Standard. >

Tweezer: This first piece of this Tweezer doesn’t do much for me the segue into Timber is awesome! -> Timber (Jerry the Mule) ->

Tweezer: This part of the Tweezer is fantastic and has tons of replay value! ->

Keyboard Army, Halley's Comet: Just unbelievable and an all timer. As I relistened to it today I was humming all the parts by memory. It is a piece of the band’s history that will always be a signature moment. ->

NICU: Incredible. Won’t try and explain it other than…incredible. ->

Slave to the Traffic Light: This band had so much heart, so much soul. Both were on display in poignant fashion during this version. Another must here Slave from 1995.

ENCORE: Bold As Love: Incredible. Check out Page’s vocal’s. Not sure I have EVER heard his voice sound stronger than right here.

Summary: This show is incredible. Nothing more to say other than this is a high water mark for Phish. Crazy to think that anything from this year to this point could top Hershey or Niagara, but that’s exactly what this show did. You really aren’t a fan if you haven’t heard this show. I am coming in hot at a 4.7 out of 5 on this show.


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