5/3/1993 State Theatre, New Brunswick, NJ

   The moment ends...  (2/24/2013 7:34:13 PM)

First of all, thank you Phish for this relief gesture! Second of all, my middle daughter (10 years old) said today that her two favorite songs are Birds of a Feather and Contact.

So anyway, my favorite show up until now has been The Bomb Factory. That Tweezer mash is unparalleled.

I admit, I have not attended a single show yet, I'm ummmm.....a late bloomer I guess? I was sitting poolside with a cerveza fria 20 minutes driving distance from 6/11/11 Columbia, MD, Meriweather Post Pavilion, but I was unemployed at the time and didn't have the funds. And my wife wouldn't spring for the life changing experience, but it's my own fault really. Please Phish, if you are listening, please do that studio thing you mentioned, and then book MPP for a show, I WILL BE THERE, and I would love to hear TTE, Light, KDF, BDTNL, Sugar Shack, and pretty please would you throw in a Moma Dance jam???

Back to my original point, this Sandy Relief show is really stellar musically. Like I said, I wasn't there, but if you are trying to decide which show to buy, this is a good one for a good cause. Peace.

   jordan  (2/7/2013 9:13:26 AM)

Thanks guys for this. Excellent!!

   Dancing Fool  (2/6/2013 5:50:51 AM)

This puddled my ears! great to have the sound board mix. 93 man

   Thank you Phish!!!  (1/27/2013 2:31:18 PM)

Thanks so much for releasing this show! I ask one favor, please consider releasing 7-13-1999 Tweeter Center, Mansfield, MA. Amazing show from the bottom to the top...PLEASE?!

   Remus  (1/22/2013 1:09:15 PM)

Thank you Phish and crew for the wonderful 1993 offering, and for a necessary cause no doubt.

1993 was a killer year for Phish, and the first listen brings back memories for me for sure. I didn't attend this show but went a month earlier in St. Louis for my first ever phish show. What's not to absolutely love here! Great setlist, killer quality (all my 1993 tapes sound terrible compared to this!), and $$$ to help Jersey. What other bands and artists are doing something like this? Too few indeed. Phish family cares!

Buried Alive makes me want to speed down an open road at 165 mph, or better yet run through the woods jumping over fallen trees for 11 miles.



   south shore  (1/21/2013 7:40:03 PM)

it sure is a nice thing phish is doing to try to help out victims of this storm. fortunately i am not one of them. however, an even better thing would be to include nassau coliseum in a near future tour(it is quite close to some hard hit areas and has, as you guys know, been the site of some amazing shows). just a suggestion, and a darn good one if i do say so myself

   MJnevetS  (1/17/2013 3:52:13 PM)

Of course I purchased the show! Both for the Sandy Benefit and because this was one of the first 10 Phish shows I saw. I am just downloading this and have not listened to it yet, but I hope the sound on the .Flac file is better than the sound in the theater. While the show was fantastic as was my ticket location (I was 3rd row on the left (stage right) the acoustics in the State Theatre were fairly awful. A LOT of BOOMY echo, the sound quality just seemed off. The show however, as I recall, kicked butt!....I just listened to Esther and the sound is far better than it was live! I can't wait to hear it again for the first time!!! Thank you for making the purchase of a Phish show my civic duty.

   Elmthree  (1/17/2013 9:51:46 AM)

Growing up here at the beach was a great place to grow up if it was in Jersey. This storm hit us with such force and nothing can describe it unless you went through it. What a great show to pick to give back to Jersey. My first show and it turned me on like no other music had done before. 350+ shows later and it's still one of my favorites. Thanks guys!

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