The Horse featured Trey on acoustic guitar and I Didn't Know featured Fish on the Madonna washboard. YEM included a theme from Speed Racer tease. The Lizards also included a theme from Speed Racer tease. Antelope included Key Change, Simpsons, Tritone Down, and Random Note signals as well as theme from The Good, The Bad and The Ugly and Gimme Some Lovin' teases from Page. Sleeping Monkey was delayed while Trey scrambled to remember the lyrics. He remarked that it was particularly embarrassing since Tom Marshall was in the audience. After Antelope, Fish listened to the crowd’s requests, including Trey’s request of Undun, before settling on Rosie.

Theme from Speed Racer tease in You Enjoy Myself, Theme from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly and Gimme Some Lovin' teases in Run Like an Antelope, Theme from Speed Racer tease in The Lizards
Debut Years (Average: 1989)

This show was part of the "1993 Winter/Spring Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1993-05-02

Review by DollarBill

DollarBill This is the second and last show at the Tower Theatre, 65th of the tour and not any better than last night’s show in my opinion. I’m not sure if the boys are hung over or what, because this show is sloppy, messy, you name it, just not locked in. Again, I’m sure people had fun and all, but this is not up to par for this leg of the tour. The recording also suffers a bit from age and tape generations.

It’s been a little while for Axilla, so this one was ok, but a little off at the end. Sparkle was just average and so was Divided Sky, with a sloppy jam, and so was Mound. Stash had some rough spots, Trey fell of in the middle, but the jam was ok. The Horse was blah; Silent was good and felt more automatic in the timing. Poor Heart was pretty good before moving quickly into Maze. They really rushed the intro and kind of missed Page’s climax during his solo. IDK even sounds tired and average Golgi was rough at the top, but turned out ok by the end, and then Trey blew the last lick. Really sub-par set for this leg of the tour in my opinion.

Llama rocked as usual and included some funny yelling from Mike and Trey, who pulled himself out of tune. Punch’s opening was cut by an old tape problem and was ok, but still not quite there yet. You can hear Trey call out YEM, which was ok at first and then off a bit. You can also hear Trey yell at Fish that the tempo is too fast before the tramp jam. Lizards was average to me and then the Balls come out and it sounds like the tape source changes here to more of an audience recording. Pen and Bouncing were completely cut from the source that I heard. So we go right into a second set Antelope? Not sure what prompted the set list changes, but this one just got weird and then had a good jam in it, and then it just got weak to me at the end. HYHU brings Fish out again for a lengthy pause while he decided what to do. They settle on Rosie and I’m not kidding, this might be one of the best songs of the night! That’s how I’m feeling seriously! Trey picks his guitar back up and, I think, surprises everyone by playing Mars. Its kind of a unique Mars, but aren’t they all? Then, after the fiasco in Michigan, Fish says “Not again with the mic stands.” as Mike and Trey screw around. Weird way to end a rough, lackluster set for me.

Trey needs to tune before the hilarious moment when he admits that he doesn’t know the lyrics to Monkey. It’s been a while for this one and it shows. The feeling is definitely not the same. Everyone gets shushed for Grace before clearing out.

Wow, I can’t believe two people gave this show four or five stars. Overall, I though this was an awful show for 1993. I’m giving this one two stars to bring the average way down. I should go one, but I’m being kind. Sorry folks, just my opinion.
Add a Review
Setlist Filter
By year:

By month:

By day:

By weekday:

By artist:

Filter Reset Filters
Support & Mbird
Fun with Setlists
Check our Phish setlists and sideshow setlists! is a non-commercial project run by Phish fans and for Phish fans under the auspices of the all-volunteer, non-profit Mockingbird Foundation.

This project serves to compile, preserve, and protect encyclopedic information about Phish and their music.

Credits | Terms Of Use | Legal | DMCA

© 1990-2024  The Mockingbird Foundation, Inc. | Hosted by Linode