Jale - 14 08 93
What distinguishes this epic version is that strong improvisation is combined with melodic beauty that at times is even upbeat and inspirational. But it's also "Antelope" so expect no shortage of tension and dissonance either! The Horse featured Trey on acoustic guitar.
During Daniel Saw the Stone, Trey updated the crowd on the score of a pre-season football game. On Broadway was briefly quoted during the YEM vocal jam. This show was officially released as Live Phish Show Rating Overall: 4. Just a couple notes, in lieu of a full-on review: 1.
The fun thing about this jam, Jale - 14 08 93 course, is that we get the Antelope ending to top things off, kinda like a Playin' jam sandwich from those other fellas. To draw another Dead parallel, the other interesting thing about this show is seeing the Phish of the mids, before brought on the four-song second set era, having no problem plugging in a few "song" songs in between the big jams.
The slide into Purple Rain is the icing on the cake. One last thing to consider about this show - how much it illustrates the way that Phish evolved. August really captures the group with one foot in the earlys manic energy, a billion quotes and teases, lots and lots of songs and the other in the era leaps into the void, exceedingly clever and nigh-perfect segues, better setlist flow ; the extraordinary thing is that a group right smack in the middle of its evolution from one to the other managed to churn out so many great shows while making that transition.
We're over two decades past and these shows are still beloved and still gaining new fans every day, and it's very easy to see why. Many have heard this show, thanks to the LivePhish release. I was so happy they put out a soundboard of this one. After the Murat this is a close second for my favorite show I've attended.
The lawn was empty, the pavilion was half full at best. I was there with many friends and we got booted from hanging and drinking by the car from some of Tinley Park's finest.
The first set from this show seemed very standard at the time. Then Set 2, though: whoa! Top notch all the way! But really what more could I say about this show that hasn't been said already??? I don't think that's what happened, and I believe in 1 above; I actually appreciate the enthusiasm and slight screw-up more than a planned set aspect.
Trey was just giving his all, even if it wasn't the same song, and I really believe he dropped the Jale - 14 08 93 back down into Have Mercy as a chance to regroup and find the key for RLAA.
This Strawberry Shortcake - Strawberry Shortcake Presents Pets On Parade might explain why he chose to sing the RyeRyeRocco portion in Have Mercy melody, giving him more time to collect himself.
A Phish geek. It sure will make this guy happy, regardless of the true intentions from the band's perspective. The precision is off the charts in the composed portions of Un Beso - CocoRosie - Heartache City, and I suppose the jamming was invigorated by a newfound sense of discovery and potency in a different way to approach "the show. I find myself overwhelmed by the amount of teases, but I would certainly welcome a return of that kind of variety nowadays in 3.
Don't miss this one! Starting hearing about Phish in early '93 summer. Was a 19 year-old college student running in GD circles. I'd first seen the dead in 91, and already by '93 they were noticeably worse; especially Jerry. I still wish he was here though. That scene will Jale - 14 08 93 be replaced. That being said Being a slight loner, I had no one to really ask to go with me. At this point, I was quite used to Dead lot scenes. Lots of vending and hippies galore.
Surprised to find the Phish scene quite different. Lots of preps actually. But people knew the songs! Everyone there was with it. They still seemed so underground. I remember the seating was "General Admission", even in the pavilion. Never seen that. We dropped "orange tabs" of sunshine? I remember running back to my seat during the first riffs of Chalk Dust. Being my first show, I just took it all in. The band supplied so much. Everyone had good seats, in that they pretty much had the seats they wanted.
Some will say this is the stars talking, but I saw a moth land Jale - 14 08 93 Page's piano during his solo in 'Coil. The first set was great. Second set Atlantic Ocean - Waterfall with I'd never seen lights move up to the right like that before Daniel saw the stone was neat.
I'm still chasing. Jale - 14 08 93 second speaks for itself. Yes, it was obvious at the time that it was a really special night but time has a lot to do with that. What I do remember is some of the ushers dancing in the aisles a little bit.
The strangest thing was how sparcely attended the show was for such a huge shed; there couldn't have been more than - in attendance that night. Other than that, you're gonna have to help me out on that one Encore: The Squirming CoilCarolina. This project serves to compile, preserve, and protect encyclopedic information about Phish and their music. The Mockingbird Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by Phish fans in to generate charitable proceeds from the Phish community.
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