A night in Charlotte full of highlights. The first frame starts with four well played numbers before hitting its stride with a bustout and a gorgeous Slave to the Traffic Light. Set two opens with crowd interaction, contains a monster David Bowie and a fun Forbin’s Mockingbird.
This Phish podcast finds it’s way back to California, paying tribute to one of the hottest weeks in the early 90s. The first set here is a full of tight composed segments and interesting jam treatments. Set two is a mind-bender and on many lists as best set of the year it appears in. It was late one fall night at a fairground near town…
Showing no ill effects from a fall and wearing ankle brace, Trey is on his game this show. Set one features impressive bookend numbers and some intense jamming in Split Open and Melt. Set two is extra strength: the intensity of the first four songs, a rare Fishman tune, and a colossal Hood to close one heck of a first week of the year.
Early in this tour Phish headed north of the border. This show places a very good Stash in the keystone spot of a hard-rocking set one. The second frame features a searing Down With Disease and a fantastic Mike’s Song tacking down a hot Canadian run.