, attached to 1994-12-31

Review by MrPalmers1000DollarQ

MrPalmers1000DollarQ Sure, it's a shorter NYE. I can only speculate how that would have made me feel as an attendant, but I think the quality of the music and the wondrous spectacle of the gag would have more than made up for any other shortcomings associated with this show. First set contains a great lineup of tunes, not the least of which is a blazing Divided Sky, capping off the tune's best year. Set 2 features a damn powerhouse Maze and an excellent Mike's Groove with Buffalo Bill / YSZ filling. The transitions are tight and the jamming excellently musical. Set 3 obviously boasts the band's most memorable and iconic NYE gag, but also closes out with some more great playing on CDT, Suzy, and especially Slave. Toss in a celebratory Simple->ALS encore and I'd say it's a pretty sweet way to wrap up Phish's best year yet. On to '95!


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