Prior to the start of the first set, Mike teased the "I'm Stuck on Band-Aid" jingle. Page dedicated Tela to "Amy" on her birthday. Magilla contained an Entrance of the Gladiators tease from Trey. Antelope contained three Aw Fuck! signals and a brief Tweezer Reprise tease by Mike. Trey teased Oye Como Va and Lazy in Maze. Mike teased Wedding March at the start of Bathtub Gin. Trey teased Jean Pierre in YEM. The YEM vocal jam was based on the instrumental theme to the movie Chariots of Fire. During Fish's band and crew introductions in Terrapin, Chris Kuroda was introduced as Tommy Lasorda. Memories and Adeline were performed without microphones.

Jam Chart Versions
Entrance of the Gladiators tease in Magilla, Tweezer Reprise tease in Run Like an Antelope, Oye Como Va and Lazy teases in Maze, Chariots of Fire and Jean Pierre vocal jams in You Enjoy Myself, I'm Stuck on Band-Aid tease, Wedding March tease in Bathtub Gin
Debut Years (Average: 1989)

This show was part of the "1992 Spring Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1992-04-25

Review by DollarBill

DollarBill This is a funny show. The bootleg I heard was missing the encores and had very little Page in the mix, which is very disappointing.

First set starts with a standard Suzy into the new My Friend, which has a very rough intro section. Paul is good, Reba has a sloppy middle section. Brother is Brother. Here's where more Page would help, Tela, dedicated to Amy for her birthday, was a very loose, almost arrogant version with a ripping Trey solo at the end. Parts of Chalkdust were cut. Tape flip? Bouncing is standard. Rift is weak in the first solo section. Magilla is nice and something more rare and different. Solid Antelope to close.

Mike and Trey chatter before second set. Mike introduces the next song as "Ain't no time", and Trey mentions that he picked out Mike's new hat, and something about "bass fever". Anyway, Maze is a good way to start out, although Page is on piano again for his solo. Not as good as the organ in my opinion. Gin is good, YEM is where the real magic is tonight. The vocal jam into Chariots of Fire is hilarious! Segway into the Horse is weird but, what can you do after a YEM vocal jam? Rough start to Silent and they still haven't gotten rid of the falsetto vocals in it. ATR has a false start by Trey, Dinner has a false start by Fish, Trey wasn't ready. Hood also has a sloppy intro, and some of the middle parts. Weigh gets better every time. The Fish intros during Terrapin are funny. Chris is introduced as Tommy Lasorda, and Mike is in the baseball minor leagues? Also some girl in the crowd gets to pick between a Love song, or a Vehicle song, prompting Page to remark, "Love your vehicle." I'm assuming Bike was the other option. Poor Heart is solid, ending with Trey saying "We're going to Minnesota!"

Again, the encores were missing from the bootleg I heard.

Good show just for the Chariots vocal jam!
, attached to 1992-04-25

Review by Pjfmc

Pjfmc 4.25.92
Band comes out swinging with Suzy. Enjoyed MYFE here, guitar is way out front. Paul and Silas is good here, into a Reba that is a little sloppy but with a fine wee jam. The rest of the set cruises along, good energy, good songs, good band. Nice fiery Antelope.

Set 2. Maze is ok, strong finish. An odd little Gin. YEM is great. I like Horse Silent. Trey has some difficulties hitting some sung notes and you can somehow hear everyone smiling.

Ok I really really enjoyed this here Harry H! Give it a spin. If you're picking nits weigh kind of takes the wind out of the sails a bit but Fishman's goofy time is fun and Poor Heart is good. We're going to Minnesota!
, attached to 1992-04-25

Review by DaReba

This first set is beast mode Trey. But You hear the rest of the band so confident in their spun we get a really nice glimpse of Phish pre- grand piano. This is the farthest they can take their sound without that baby grand
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