, attached to 1993-08-26

Review by KingDisco

KingDisco This show certainly goes against the grain that truly excellent shows need "The Big One." Certainly recently few shows crack the lofty rafters of phish classics without a big jam or unique event. Those will be hard pressed here. This show is just flat out played well from start to finish. The slightly extend SOAMelt leads the pack a shade under 15 minutes, hardly close to all time lengths. Jim sparkles as a tone setter and the first set hood rocks in thrilling fashion.

The second set is just filthy. 2001 gets things going (if too brief) but the Bowie here is top notch and certainly an elite pre-94 rendition. After a nice cooldown duo JJLC kills it with Page in particular putting forth a superior effort.

A great show that maybe isnt even the best of the month (or week!) but one definitely worth a listen.


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