|Don't You Want To Go?,||1995-06-08||4 show gap|
|Gumbo >||1994-12-03||17 show gap|
|NICU,||1994-12-31||7 show gap|
|Mound,||1995-06-08||4 show gap|
|Cavern >||1995-06-09||3 show gap|
|Possum,||1995-06-07||5 show gap|
|All Things Reconsidered,||1994-10-28||39 show gap|
|Amazing Grace,||1995-06-10||2 show gap|
|The Horse >||1994-12-31||7 show gap|
|Silent in the Morning,||1994-12-31||7 show gap|
|Spock's Brain >||1995-06-07||5 show gap|
|Split Open and Melt||1995-06-09||3 show gap|
|Also Sprach Zarathustra >||1994-12-31||7 show gap|
|Poor Heart >||1995-06-08||4 show gap|
|Tweezer,||1995-06-08||4 show gap|
|Acoustic Army,||1995-06-13||1 show gap|
|While My Guitar Gently Weeps||1995-06-07||5 show gap|
|Simple,||1995-06-08||4 show gap|
|Rocky Top >||1994-12-08||13 show gap|
|Tweezer Reprise||1994-12-30||8 show gap|
November 19, 1992
25 years ago
Ross Arena, St. Michael's College
Set 2: Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, Bouncing Around the Room > It's Ice > I Walk the Line, Tweezer -> Big Black Furry Creature from Mars -> Tweezer > Big Ball Jam, Poor Heart, Fast Enough for You, Llama, Hold Your Head Up > Lengthwise > Hold Your Head Up, Cavern
Encore: Bold As Love
 Trey sang verses through megaphone.
 All Fall Down signal.
 Unfinished; Vocal jam ending.
 Phish debut.
 No BBFCFM lyrics.
 Debut; Trey explained the concept of the jam.
 Gordon Stone on pedal steel guitar.
 Debut; Gordon Stone on pedal steel guitar.
 Debut; performed reggae style and featured a vacuum solo from Fish.
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