Jam Chart for the state of SC (31 entries)

Date Song City Timing Notes
1990-06-02 YEM Columbia, SC 16:33 Hilarious VJ!
1994-04-22 Bowie Columbia, SC 14:39 Incredibly exploratory version. Perhaps not beautiful music, per se, but this is fearless improvisation on display.
1994-04-22 Reba Columbia, SC 13:29 Trey seems to pick up the notes that he "dropped" during the composed section, sprinkling them throughout an experimental jam that feels jazzy, in large part because of Trey's tone, and band-wide shifts in tempo and intensity. Page's play is particularly pretty, and improvisational flashes abound, including protracted "DEG"-like teasing as the band builds to a strong conclusion.
1994-10-28 Bowie Charleston, SC 12:23 Insane, riveting version with a "Bowie" -> "Manteca" -> "Bowie" in the jam segment.
1994-10-28 Manteca Charleston, SC 0:40 -> in from "DB." Brief "Manteca" jam in the midst of a thrilling "Bowie." -> back to "DB."
1994-10-28 Bowie Charleston, SC 3:11 -> in from "Manteca." Return to "Bowie" to conclude a riveting Fall '94 version.
1994-10-29 My Friend Spartanburg, SC 7:24 Evil outro jam and vocals.
1994-10-29 Runaway Jim Spartanburg, SC 9:11 -> in from "Simple." Excellent Fish and Trey on this improvisational version.
1994-10-29 Foam Spartanburg, SC 9:50 Another very strong Fall '94 version, infused with rhythmic and other stylistic variation.
1994-10-29 SOAMelt Spartanburg, SC 9:49 Excellent, thrashing, wild and unfinished version kicks off a great, unsusual segue-fest. -> "Buffalo Bill" -> "Makisupa" -> "Rift."
1994-10-29 Buffalo Bill Spartanburg, SC 3:04 A spry, playful jam is tagged onto the end, which sounds like it's going to speed up for a second. Instead, it pivots (->) neatly into a super "Makisupa."
1994-10-29 Makisupa Spartanburg, SC 6:31 -> in from "Buffalo Bill." After 3:00, this "Makisupa" breaks into some great '94-style jamming, spacey at first, then hard rocking with a great -> to "Rift."
1994-10-29 DwD Spartanburg, SC 10:33 Not way out there, but moments of crashing, noisy rocking beyond the standard, then some great '94 space following the final lyrics before a -> to "TMWSIY."
1994-10-29 Sparks Spartanburg, SC 4:20 -> in from "TMWSIY." Classic '94 space follows "TMWSIY" and very gradually and miraculously -> into the Who classic.
1994-10-29 YEM Spartanburg, SC 19:30 Short but very, very sweet!
1994-10-29 Antelope Spartanburg, SC 7:50 "Antelope" -> "Sleeping Monkey" > "Antelope." Fantastic improvisational playing with all the good '94 stuff combined with a seamless segue, then a return to "Antelope" for more exploratory jamming. Great version and song pairing.
1994-10-29 Sleeping Monkey Spartanburg, SC 5:30 -> in from "RLAA." Awesome song combination and humorous relief in the midst of an ass-kicking and exploratory "Antelope." > back to "RLAA."
1994-10-29 Antelope Spartanburg, SC 5:22 > in from "Sleeping Monkey" and this "Antelope" provides more exploratory jamming before winding down in good fashion.
1994-10-29 Hood Spartanburg, SC 14:04 One quality of many great '94 "Hoods" is their balance of grace and power. As the encore from a fantastic show, this "Hood" begins with some quiet and delicate playing, which pairs nicely with the raw energy and intensity of the finish.
1995-11-18 Slave North Charleston, SC 10:51 This one starts peaking just before 8:00 and continues building, with one or more false peaks before the final ending.
1995-11-18 YEM North Charleston, SC 30:20 Must-hear! Among the very best. "Brick House" jam!
1996-10-27 SOAMule North Charleston, SC 7:34 Page > Trey vocal/guitar >Page on piano and Trey vocal/guitar together > Percussion -> Mike sings "Catapult" > Page plays "Catapult" on Theremin -> klezmer > Mike chanting > finale.
1996-10-27 Catapult North Charleston, SC 2:07 -> in from "SOAMule." "Catapult" is played in the middle of a crazed Mule Duel. -> back to "Mule."
1996-10-27 SOAMule North Charleston, SC 2:41 -> in from "Catapult" to complete this crazy "Mule."
1996-10-27 Taste North Charleston, SC 7:31 First version with a "Norwegian Wood" (the Beatles) tease, although this one did not signify the end of the jam section. In the future, much debate would ensue over the chordal riff signaling the song's conclusion - "NICU" (which this riff MOST CLEARLY RESEMBLES part of the melody of), "Norwegian Wood," and later, "What's The Use" all entering the discussion.
1998-11-18 Wolfman's Greenville, SC 16:18 At 7:40, the jam leaves standard "Wolfman's" and moves into some great free-form improvisation that migrates from funky rhythmic playing to really beautiful, melodic and exultant music. The jam mellows gradually and -> to "Lizards."
1998-11-18 Slave Greenville, SC 11:52 Beginning with classic '98 ambience, there is ample delicate space early on. Yet Fish drives this jam to soaring, powerful heights, with Mike, Page and trilling Trey each masterfully responding to the rhythmic foundation. The final, well-coordinated push to the summit is epic.
1998-11-18 Fluffhead Greenville, SC 15:26 An all around strong performance is particularly notable for a cool and different Fender-Rhodes solo by Page in Clod, solid Mike throughout, and a riveting and wild Arrival. Machine Gun Trey leads the charge, but in the style of 1998 rather 1990. Check this one out if you want to hear Phish blow the lid off an arena with a blistering closing.
2010-10-16 C&P North Charleston, SC 15:01 Opening a killer 2nd set in Charleston, this one is a straight-up rocker! After a blazing jam, they hit another vocal refrain before dipping into a spacier jam. Then they build back into another vocal refrain, after which they make a move for a funkier jam before hitting one final spacier passage.
2010-10-16 2001 North Charleston, SC 8:20 Excellent high energy version with a few outstanding minutes from Page in the second jam.
2016-10-14 Tube North Charleston, SC 6:22 The band pivots from the typical funk vamp and reaches a rocking conclusion led by Trey in this verison.
All versions in a jam chart are recommended, but yellow rows indicate highly-recommended versions.
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