, attached to 1992-04-17

Review by jcmarckx

jcmarckx After finally catching on to the whole Phish thing back in the previous October at the Catalyst, I couldn't wait to see them again. I was surprised that they were booked at the Warfield; I really didn't think they were that big of a draw. As it turns out, you could get tix at the door, and there were probably only about 500-600 people there. My friend and I were kicking back at the balcony, but I think we could have gone anywhere we wanted that night. The Warfield is usually set up do that you had either reserved tix (upstairs) or GA (downstairs), and you couldn't switch up during the show. But I saw people coming and going from the balcony all night.
With a nice SBD circulating since the 90s, there is no need to go into too much detail about the playing. But I will say that they were on fire this night. A lot of people were buzzing about the night before in Santa Barbara, so expectations were pretty high. They did not disappoint for a second.
I was never into Widespread Panic, but their set was pretty good. I just wanted Phish, so nobody would have made a good opening act for me this night.

There are a lot of highlights in this show for me. The most obvious are the Bowie, Brother, YEM, Fluffhead, and Coil.

Just another night that cemented my love for this band.


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