, attached to 1994-06-22

Review by KingDisco

KingDisco Without question one of the strongest months in the history of Phish. Without question one of the major reasons you can make that statement.

This show is just simply Phish in a nutshell. I would find it hard to imagine any Phish fan listening to this show and not crack a smile at least one in the second set.

I was in 10th grade when Phish broke up and I was much more interested in The Strokes and The White Stripes to have any patience for a jamband. Attempts from my older brother and other phans had tried and tried in vain to get me on the Phish train. So here I was a young high schooler and I finally bought LivePhish 10, I saw few if any 15-20+ min songs and I decided this was my best chance. This show changed all of that. This is the first time I got IT and changed my music direction permanently. For every type 2 monster show there had to be these shows, easily digestible without any intimidating gigantic jams. To me this show will always be an easy 5 and the beginning of my Phish obsession. I don't care who you are. Read the book.


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