, attached to 1997-07-11

Review by spreaditround

spreaditround SET 1: Chalk Dust Torture: Standard.

Bouncing Around the Room: Standard.

Stash: Definitely not a standard version as this one takes the long road clocking in at 16:25. The jam is fine but nothing to my ear in particular stands out and this is a peak less version. Those two factors combine to keep it off my own personal jam chart and seemingly Phish.net’s jam chart as well.

Beauty of My Dreams: Standard.

Wolfman's Brother: Searing loop laid down around 9:10, nice. Things get very funky and stop/startish after this. About three minutes later this morphs into a heavy, hard rocking jam, very cool. Trey ripping it up big time! They set the segue up very well you can hear it coming but then they cannot quite figure out how to make it work and it sort of slams into… >

Johnny B. Goode: Standard. >

You Enjoy Myself: Funky and fun.

ENCORE: Character Zero -

Replay Value: Wolfman’s Brother – really an awesome version, I would highly recommend seeking this one! A hidden gem in a completely overlooked show.

Summary: Better than most festival sets I can think of, actually has plenty of jamming. Love this Wolfman’s. If you are a hard core fan of Stash, it’s probably worth a listen. The current rating on Phish.net is 3.256/5 (43 ratings) – that feels slightly lower than what I would like to see. I would be good at 3.4 out of 5.


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