Stash, Magilla, Suzy, and Lawn Boy featured Dave Grippo on saxophone and Rocky Top through Antelope featured Grippo on saxophone and Russell Flanigan on fiddle. Trey teased Buried Alive in Stash.

Jam Chart Versions
Buried Alive tease in Stash
Debut Years (Average: 1987)

This show was part of the "1990 Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1990-12-02

Review by thelot

thelot This is a pretty horrible audience recording for this show. With that said, I’m grateful there’s anything at all! At this point in Phish’s career It amazes me that Burlington of all places tends to have horrible or no recordings available!

Unfortunately, only the tail end of the show circulates. Grippo adds his contributions to great versions of Stash, Magilla and Suzy. Fiddle player Russell Flanagan joins them onstage for an awesome version of Rocky Top. He sticks around for a great Ya Mar with Grippo joining onstage once again. The Antelope intro sounds great with the addition of the fiddle! Grippo joins in during the jam which is excellent! Lawn Boy provides a nice cool down for the encore. Grippo fits in perfectly on this version. This would make for a great LivePhish release but sadly it’s most likely not even in the bands archive.
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