, attached to 1997-11-29

Review by Abe_Froman

Abe_Froman I listened to this one (again) last night, and...it's a challenge to review it. Because you've got THE Jim, and then a decent show around it. The first set is good, maybe not great, but shoot, The Wedge, Foam to open is very nice, I really liked Simple>TMWSIY, and that's a solid David Bowie set closer.

How does one review a nearly hour long jam? It has stretches of pure flame throwing, where Phish is the best band on the planet, out for blood, and moments where they're trying to get on the same page. You do have to hand it to them though, it's a monstrous thing. Excellent Harry Hood, thrashing Prince Caspian, and I really enjoyed "I thought you said Golgi!" I love little mistakes like that.

So, yeah. Runaway Jim. And a good amount of fine, but not must hear tunes.


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