, attached to 1994-04-09

Review by Issiah

Issiah Taking a Greyhound Bus up from the previous show at Penn State, We arrived at the Broome County Arena and found a couple of parking lots full of Phish concert goers. Something that never manifested at the show before. Guessing we were moving back closer to the fan base... The Arena was a typical small city hockey rink and was substantially bigger than the Rec Hall from the night before.

Forget exactly what the circumstances were, but a friend and I passed through the gate just as the music had started, and dashed through one of the entrances into the seating area. We started groovin to the music for a bit, then realized we had ended up right next to some friends from back home!

This show may come across as a hidden gem to some folks. I can remember, even after amassing a huge tape collection a couple years later, this was always a favorite. Really enjoyed the whole show, but wearing out the old tape deck most of all was the Mike's!! It got into this metallic screeching extra terrestrial sounding cries that really seemed to tap into a new level of communication...Love it, just love it...

A final memory from this show was arriving home to find out that Kurt Cobain from Nirvana had killed himself while we were away.


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