, attached to 1997-08-06

Review by SkyTrainWand

SkyTrainWand Figured I'd do a review since I wasn't actually there, so less bias? maybe so, maybe not...

First thing I'd like to mention: First set is pretty stacked, and full of jamming. Excepting Beauty of My Dreams and NICU, each song is at least 10 minutes long. Twist > 2001 > Bag is downright awesome. Great version of Ya Mar, YEM set closer- just beautiful.

Then we have the Second set...even though they played two songs I don't enjoy as much (Caspian, My Soul) the Jim and Ghost more than make up for it in tasty jam sandwiches. That's right, jam sandwiches. CTB is always a good time, Sample was just a sample, then the ever-so-subtle improvisation in the ensuing Antelope seems to leave everyone pretty floored. You can tell people are just in awe. This is a good example of the true craftmanship inside a Phish jam, when they're in the zone they're IN the zone, man. Such is the case.

After Antelope is a dag-nasty Julius that rages pretty hard, bringing the show to an end...

In the midst of one of the best summers ever for Phish, I think this show really shines, listen to it now!! :)

4.5/5


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