, attached to 1991-11-30

Review by Hydronaut

Hydronaut This is the single greatest show in Phish history for me (as of right now). Based on musical detail, I've never heard a Phish set so perfect in all areas as the raw, toneful, beautiful progression in set two between Harry and I didn't know (all I've heard from this night, in great quality though). Every other great show or set I've listened to, and I have at least 20 gigabytes of Phish music and videos, pales in comparison to this second set (I was three years old at the time and am not biased- I have been listening to Phish for 10 years and only a few days ago saw a great fan video from the front row for this second set- this is the information and background I used to make what I think is an informed opinion). Would love to hear a suggestion of what anyone thinks tops this show- from the perspective of pure, exact musicianship combined with raw Phish energy. Seriously, listen to that progression I mentioned if you can and haven't already.


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