, attached to 1993-08-13

Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads In case you've never listened to this show--get the archival release!--or didn't pay much attention to the the setlist Notes, Type II abounds in both Sets I and II, in this show. I think you can clearly say that Llama and David Bowie went a camera in the first set, and at the very least, Bathtub Gin and Mike's Song did in the second. The musical execution of the songs, jams, and segues is still whipcrack-tight, though; Phish at this point was really a powerhouse, with some phans referring to '93 as the "speed-jazz" portion of Phishtory. This is one of my favorite shows, and I rated it a 5/5. The only realm in which it lacks--just a little bit, for me--is banter, but then again, there's some funny stuff in Mike's. And if you want antics, you've got Fishman on the Madonna washboard. In pace requiescat, Brandon, love you, buddy.


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