1995

January: 26
February: 03 | 10 | 24
March: 05
April: 08 | 30
May: 12 | 14 | 16
June: 07 | 08 | 09 | 10 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 19 | 20 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 28 | 29 | 30
July: 01 | 02 | 03 | 10 | 13 | 17 | 24 | 28 | 30
September: 03 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30
October: 02 | 03 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 11 | 13 | 14 | 14 | 15 | 17 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 24 | 25 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 31
November: 09 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 18 | 19 | 21 | 22 | 24 | 25 | 28 | 29 | 30
December: 01 | 02 | 04 | 05 | 07 | 08 | 09 | 11 | 12 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 31
Reba did not have the whistling ending. The narration in Mockingbird discussed how Phish makes time in the Phish Time Factory, which set up the New Year’s Eve stunt. The Phish debut of Shine featured Tom Marshall on vocals. Drowned included a tease of Fire on the Mountain shortly before Lizards. Trey teased Shine in Runaway Jim. Mike's Song contained a Dave's Energy Guide tease from Page. The second set ended with a Digital Delay Loop Jam out of Mike’s, and the third set opened with the Phish Time Factory machine. All four band members dressed as scientists playing with synths while lights flashed and Van de Graaff generators zapped. Fish was lifted up in a bed as Father Time and was reborn as the Baby New Year. Weekapaug featured Auld Lang Syne, Dreaming (Blondie), and Spooky teases and was unfinished. This was the first performance of Sanity since June 24, 1994 (147 shows). This show was officially released as New Year's Eve 1995 - Live at Madison Square Garden.
Ya Mar included an Auld Lang Syne tease and Antelope contained a Gimme Some Lovin' tease from Page.
The Jam was a bass duet featuring Mike and his bass instructor, Jim Stinnett, as well as teases of Keep it Greasy and Bach’s 6th Brandenburg Concerto (better known as the theme to Masterpiece Theatre). La Grange made its first appearance since August 14, 1993 (216 shows).

Soundcheck: Jam, Poor Heart, The Old Home Place, Drowned

SET 1: Split Open and Melt, Gumbo > The Curtain > Julius, Guyute, Horn > Rift[1] > Fast Enough for You, Possum

SET 2: Timber (Jerry) > Theme From the Bottom > Wilson > Buried Alive > Tweezer [2] -> I Didn't Know[3], Uncle Pen, Slave to the Traffic Light

ENCORE: Fee[4] > Tweezer Reprise

The P.A. went out during Rift, causing some giggles when Page sang “and silence contagious in moments like these.” Wilson included a Johnny B. Goode tease. During Tweezer, Mike played part of what would become the Bass Jam on the following evening. I Didn't Know featured Fish on trombone. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. The sounedcheck's Poor Heart was the slow version.
The transition from Tweezer to Tweezer Reprise included a Page solo.
Reba did not have the whistling ending. Weekapaug was unfinished.
Trey teased Lazy (Deep Purple) in Chalk Dust. Possum included Oom Pa Pa, Simpsons and All Fall Down signals and a Voodoo Child tease from Trey. Trey mentioned that he saw his first concert (Jethro Tull) in this very venue. Mallory debuted at this show.
The jam into Timber included a Slipknot! tease. Bold As Love was played for a fan up front with a sign requesting it. A humorous scene ensued when another fan got excited, as if Trey was referring to his Brother sign. Trey remarked that when fans bring signs, it has to be for a song the band wants to play. This show was officially released as Live Phish 01.
I'm Blue I'm Lonesome was performed acoustic. Down with Disease was unfinished. The soundcheck's Poor Heart was the slow version.
My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending. Prince Caspian was preceded by Trey discussing how Portland was supposed to be Elvis’s last show so this song was for his kid, the prince. Reba did not have the whistling ending. The Dog Logs were part of Trey’s announced “Dog Log” album and were preceded by Trey coaching the audience’s reaction. Dog Log had not been played since August 2, 1993 (218 shows). Tube was played as a thank-you for helping out with the “album.” Funky Bitch and WMGGW featured Warren Haynes on guitar.
Wilson and the YEM vocal jam featured quotes from a talking Beavis and Butthead doll. YEM also included a silent jam and a quote of the theme from Shaft.
Good Times Bad Times was dedicated to “the man in the dragon pants,” a.k.a. Jimmy Page. Antelope included a Brady Bunch theme tease. The encore, which included the first ever Phish performance of Come Together, was played in remembrance of John Lennon’s death on December 8, 1980.
The Melt jam included a tease of In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida. Reba included a Pop Goes the Weasel tease and did not contain the whistling ending. Weekapaug was unfinished. Mike and Fish teased Maze in the Digital Delay Loop Jam. This show was officially released as Niagara Falls.
Lizards was dedicated to college basketball commentator Dick Vitale. I’m Blue I’m Lonesome was performed acoustic. Bathtub Gin contained a DEG tease by Trey. Hood contained a tease of The Entertainer (Scott Joplin) from Trey.
Reba did not have the whistling ending and Possum included an All Fall Down signal. Faht featured Fish on acoustic guitar. Tweezer contained Take Me to the River teases and Squirming Coil contained a Carol of the Bells tease from Page.
Trey flubbed the lyrics to Wolfman’s Brother and remarked that, since he likes them so much, he would sing them again. The narration during Mockingbird referenced chocolate and the rhombus. Weekapaug was played in a different key. Catapult started over the Bowie hi-hat intro, which also featured quotes of Homer Simpson (“mmmm... chocolate”) and a Simpsons signal.  This was the first time ever that Mike’s and Weekapaug were played without anything in between them. This show is available as an archival release on LivePhish.com.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone and flubbed the third verse, prompting lots of stage banter. Possum contained Simpsons and All Fall Down signals. Taste That Surrounds through Slave featured Béla Fleck on banjo. I'm Blue I'm Lonesome and My Long Journey Home were performed acoustic. Heart and Soul made its Phish debut at this show.
Suzy Greenberg included The Rover and 25 or 6 to 4 teases. Wind Beneath My Wings was a Phish debut and dedicated to Colonel Bruce Hampton, who sat on stage reading a newspaper during the song.
The first set Poor Heart was the original version and the second set Poor Heart was the slow, shuffle version. The Poor Heart Reprise to start the encore was even slower, but only a few lines of the song were played. Runaway Jim contained a Nellie Kane tease from Mike. This Kung was performed differently than most; it was sung in a hymn-like fashion somewhat akin to Yerushalayim Shel Zahav. The jam out of Mike’s Song featured the first known Rotation Jam, which also included a segment where each band member was playing one of Page’s keyboards (although it was not Keyboard Army). My Long Journey Home and I’m Blue I’m Lonesome were performed acoustic; the latter featured a mandolin solo from Fish. The soundcheck's Funky Bitch was the slow version and contained Poor Heart lyrics.
I’m Blue I’m Lonesome was performed acoustic and, along with Maze, was dedicated to Mario Lemieux of the Pittsburgh Penguins hockey team. Reba did not have the whistling ending. Before Bike, Fish introduced himself as Forrest Gump. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone.
Antelope contained Simple Gifts teases from Trey. Rift was aborted by Trey after he accused Fish of error. Free included No Quarter teases and a Bouncing tease. Poor Heart was performed in the slow, shuffle style.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. My Long Journey Home and I’m Blue I’m Lonesome were performed acoustic. My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending. Take Me to the River, which was incomplete, made its Phish debut in the second set. Mike's Song contained a theme from Mission: Impossible tease by Page. The second Dog Log in the soundcheck was a cappella.
This show included the first performance of the slow arrangement of Poor Heart. Trey teased the James Bond Theme in Stash and Tweezer in Suzy.
I’m Blue I’m Lonesome was performed acoustic. YEM included a Brick House jam. The first Bill Bailey since April 24, 1994 (164 shows) featured accompaniment from Page’s father, Dr. Jack McConnell.
A new band/audience chess match started at this show. The opening chess moves were made during a short jam that followed Runaway Jim and featured Trey on percussion. Timber included a brief Mind Left Body tease. Trey teased The Rover at the end of Ha Ha Ha. Possum featured Butch Trucks on drums, while Fish played trombone and Trey’s percussion rack. Possum also included a One Way Out jam. The Phish debut of Brown Eyed Girl featured Jimmy Buffett on vocals.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. The band won the first chess game with the audience.

Soundcheck: Billy Breathes Intro, Billy Breathes, Poor Heart (slow version), Funky Bitch

SET 1: Chalk Dust Torture, Foam, Billy Breathes, Divided Sky, Esther > Free, Julius, I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome[1], Cavern

SET 2: Maze, Gumbo, Stash -> Manteca -> Stash -> Dog Faced Boy [2] -> Stash , Strange Design, You Enjoy Myself -> Immigrant Song Jam -> You Enjoy Myself

ENCORE: The Wedge, Rocky Top

Trey teased Fire (The Ohio Players) in Julius. I'm Blue I'm Lonesome was performed acoustic. This fantastic Stash included 25 or 6 to 4, Esther, and Ya Mar teases. Dog Faced Boy was performed over a different arrangement than usual. YEM included Low Rider teases. This show is available as an archival release on LivePhish.com.
Reba did not have the whistling ending. Possum contained a Simpsons signal as well as Dixie, Woody Woodpecker theme, and Johnny B. Goode teases. The soundcheck's Poor Heart and Funky Bitch were both slow versions, with Funky Bitch containing alternate lyrics.
Ya Mar contained Lizards teases from Trey. Amazing Grace was performed without microphones. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. GTBT was preceded by a Black or White tease from Trey and subsequently included Heartbreaker teases.
PYITE and Simple contained The Rover teases from Trey. Tha audience chess move preceded the second set and was followed by a We Are the Champions tease from Trey. Gin featured a Rift tease.

Soundcheck: Guyute, Suzy Greenberg (x2), Jam, Suzy Greenberg, Jesus Just Left Chicago, Jam

SET 1: Icculus, Divided Sky, Wilson > Ya Mar, Sparkle > Free, Guyute, Run Like an Antelope, Harpua[1]

SET 2: I Am the Sea[2], The Real Me[2] > Quadrophenia[2], Cut My Hair[2], The Punk Meets the Godfather[2], I'm One[2], The Dirty Jobs[2] > Helpless Dancer[2], Is It In My Head?[2], I've Had Enough[2], 5:15[2], Sea and Sand[2], Drowned[2], Bell Boy[3], Doctor Jimmy[2] > The Rock[2], Love, Reign O'er Me[2]

SET 3: You Enjoy Myself , Jesus Just Left Chicago [4], A Day in the Life > Suzy Greenberg[5]

ENCORE: My Generation[6]

Harpua included a story from Mike about a dream about raccoons. The Michael Jackson references continued, as Trey teased the audience by saying that Jimmy was listening to the Halloween album while the band played a Beat It tease. Also, the second set was preceded by recorded Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' and Thriller teases from Michael Jackson's Thriller album. The second set "musical costume" was The Who's Quadrophenia and was performed with Dave Grippo on alto saxophone, Don Glasgo on trombone, Joey Sommerville on trumpet and Alan Parshley on French horn. During Bell Boy, crew member Leigh Fordham, clad in a bell boy outfit, sang Keith Moon’s original part. All of the Quadrophenia songs, as well as My Generation, were Phish debuts. YEM was almost 40 minutes long, contained teases from Trey of The Real Me and DEG, and was preceded by the audience chess move. The chosen fan, dressed as a Wookiee, cracked under the pressure and could not choose a move on stage, prompting a quote from Fish that “Wookiees can’t play chess.” The Rock was teased after the failed move. Jesus Just Left Chicago featured Grippo on alto saxophone; Suzy Greenberg featured Grippo, Glasgo and Somerville. My Generation was performed acoustic. Before My Generation, the crew set up a Keith Moon replica drum set on stage. After the song, Fish and Trey destroyed the drum set a la The Who. Finally, a stagehand brought out a large plunger. Trey pressed it and set off a huge explosion backstage. This show was officially released as Live Phish 14. In the soundcheck, Suzy Greenberg was performed three times: the first with only Grippo, the second with the band and Grippo, and the third with all of the horns, alternate lyrics, and Bell Boy quotes. The jam through the end of the soundcheck was played with horns.
Beat It was teased prior to the start of the first set and in Possum. Shaggy Dog was performed for the first time since May 6, 1992 (359 shows).
The Possum intro contained Simpsons, Oom Pa Pa, and All Fall Down signals and Beat It teases.
My Long Journey Home and I’m Blue I’m Lonesome were performed acoustic. Reba did not have the whistling ending and Suzy was unfinished.
Taste That Surrounds made its debut. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. The YEM vocal jam included Ha Ha Ha quotes. Sleeping Monkey segued out of the YEM vocal jam and was started a cappella.
I'm Blue I'm Lonesome was performed acoustic and Stash was preceded by a Simpsons signal. During Adeline the band kept rotating the direction they were facing to sing to the entire crowd.
Reba did not have the whistling ending. Perhaps responding to fan predictions of a Michael Jackson cover album on Halloween, the band teased Black or White before GTBT as well as Beat It before and in Hood and in Suzy Greenberg. Suzy also included Stairway to Heaven and Tweezer Reprise teases. The soundcheck's Dog Log contained YEM lyrics (Wash Uffizi and drive me to Firenze). This show is available as an archival release on LivePhish.com.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. The Amazing Grace Jam featured Johnny Bagpipes Johnston on electric bagpipes. The last Amazing Grace with instrumental accompaniment was May 8, 1993 (202 shows). My Long Journey Home and I’m Blue I’m Lonesome were performed acoustic.
PYITE started with Cavern teases from Fish. Weekapaug contained teases of Dreaming (Blondie) from Trey and Keyboard Army from Page and was unfinished. BBFCFM was also unfinished. Possum contained an All Fall Down signal.
Amazing Grace was sung first by the band without microphones, and then by audience member “Nathan,” a gospel singer with microphones. The jam out of Keyboard Army featured Medeski, Martin, and Wood, as well as Fish on vacuum and trombone and contained DEG teases from Mike. My Long Journey Home and I’m Blue I’m Lonesome were performed acoustic and without microphones. The opening act was Medeski, Martin, & Wood.
I'm Blue I'm Lonesome was performed acoustic.
Barracuda was teased by Trey prior to the start of the second set. Reba did not have the whistling ending. YEM featured guests John Medeski, Billy Martin, Chris Wood, and Phish bus driver Dominic Placco on trumpet. Trey played both guitar and mini drum set up front. Mike played bass and some kind of horn at the end of the jam. Fish played vacuum and trombone. Billy Martin played Fish’s drums. Medeski and Page played keyboards and Page did some vocal jamming at the end. Chris Wood played a one-string stand up bass with a bow.

SET 1: Think , Dracula , Henduck , Jelly Belly [1] > Is There Anybody Here That Love My Jesus? [1], The Lover , Lonely Avenue , Chubb Sub [1]

ENCORE: Crosstown Traffic

Trey sat in on guitar for “Jelly Belly,” “Is There Anybody Here That Love My Jesus?,” and “Chubb Sub.”
I’m Blue I’m Lonesome was performed acoustic and, along with Sweet Adeline, without microphones. Life on Mars made its Phish debut at this show and was dedicated to Sofi. Antelope contained a Low Rider tease by Page.
Julius contained a Buried Alive tease and Possum contained DEG and Johnny B. Goode teases from Trey. Mike's Song included a theme from Star Trek tease from Page. Weekapaug and Suzy Greenberg were unfinished. Suzy contained Crossroads and Sunshine of Your Love teases. Crossroads was subsequently played for the first time since May 8, 1993 (197 shows).
Reba did not have the whistling ending and I'm Blue I'm Lonesome was performed acoustic.
 Trey briefly played unamplified during Harry Hood, which was unfinished.
Reba did not have the whistling ending. I’m Blue I’m Lonesome was performed acoustic and without microphones. Hello My Baby was also performed without microphones.
Suzy contained a Julius tease from Trey.
The opening act was Baby Gramps. I’m Blue I’m Lonesome was performed acoustic and Faht featured Fish on acoustic guitar.
The Night Moves Jam in the first set extended the Band/Audience Chess Match. Slave included Fish on vacuum for a portion of the jam. The opening act was Baby Gramps.
Trey teased Call to the Post before My Friend and Antelope before Horn. This show was the beginning of the Band/Audience Chess Match that continued throughout the fall tour. Page and a tour-head named "Pooh" played a few moves to set up the board during the White Rabbit jam in the first set. Suspicious Minds made its Phish debut. I’m Blue I’m Lonesome was dedicated to Jerry Garcia and was acoustic.
Cryin’ made its Phish debut at this show. In the soundcheck, Dog Log was performed in a funk style and Poor Heart was a cappella.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. HYHU was teased after Fog That Surrounds.

Soundcheck: Funky Bitch (one and a half times), Jam, The Fog That Surrounds

SET 1: Wolfman's Brother, Rift > Free, It's Ice > I Didn't Know[1], The Fog That Surrounds[2], Strange Design, Chalk Dust Torture, The Squirming Coil

SET 2: Cars Trucks Buses[2], AC/DC Bag, David Bowie, Billy Breathes[2], Keyboard Army[2], Harry Hood[3], Hello My Baby[4], A Day in the Life

ENCORE: Possum

This tour opener brought the first performances of The Fog That Surrounds, Cars Trucks Buses, Billy Breathes, Keyboard Army, and the Phish debut of Hello My Baby. I Didn’t Know featured Fish on trombone. Harry Hood was unfinished. Possum contained Johnny B. Goode teases from Trey.
Big Joe and his band performed at the wedding reception of Page and Sofi Dillof. All four band members sat in at various points during this set, as did Page’s dad, Dr. Jack McConnell, singing “Bill Bailey.”
This set was part of the 14th annual Camp Creek gathering. Mike sat in on bass for the listed songs. 
The first three songs of the second set featured Mike on bass; Mike also sang lead on “John Hardy.”
J. Willis Pratt’s We're Bionic and The Dude of Life Band also performed in this triple-bill.

SET 1: Julius[1]

Phish were the musical guests on The Late Show with David Letterman. Julius was performed with accompaniment from The Late Show Band as well as Dave Grippo on saxophone.
My Friend featured Trey using his microphone stand as a slide. During If I Could, a large inflatable moose was tossed around the crowd. It landed in perfect sitting position, facing the audience, on Page’s side of the stage. The Bowie intro contained Timber teases and lyrics. Bowie later contained God of Thunder (Kiss), Bathtub Gin and Soul Sacrifice teases before segueing into Johnny B. Goode and Johnny B. Goode teases from Trey at the end of Bowie. Possum also contained Bathtub Gin and Johnny B. Goode teases. Lizards was aborted after Trey lost track of the lyrics. Fish teased him about needing a teleprompter and Trey started up Big Black Furry Creature from Mars. Plenty of stage antics preceded Amazing Grace; Page threw the pitch pipe into the crowd and Trey pretended to throw Fish’s goggles and, eventually, Fish himself. Trey also picked up a Hacky Sack from the stage and impressed the crowd with his athleticism. Timber returned for its first performance since December 30, 1992 (258 shows) and it was the first complete version since December 1989.
This was a benefit show for the King Street Youth Center. The band brought back Camel Walk, which hadn’t been played since February 24, 1989 (757 shows). Reba did not have the whistling ending and Trey announced during Makisupa that this was "4:20.... Day."
If I Could included the variation with a preceding Trey guitar solo. The jam in It’s Ice featured Fish on vacuum. Stash was unfinished. Suzy included Sunshine of Your Love and Smoke on the Water teases. Funky Bitch was dedicated to the tour-heads as an always requested but never played song. Portions of this show were used in Mike Gordon’s 1997 short film Goodwood; the entire gig was simulcast live on Boston’s WBCN 104.1 FM.
This show featured a visually spectacular Mule, which featured Trey playing guitar with his teeth and Page playing keyboards with his face and feet. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. During Antelope, Trey substituted “Suck the deer shit from the side of this hole” for the “high gear of your soul” lyric. Possum included a Dave's Energy Guide tease. Weekapaug included a Divided Sky tease from Trey. Fish introduced Rosie as being about “a lonely man singing to his inflatable love doll.” Parts of this show were used in Mike Gordon’s 1997 short film Goodwood.
Runaway Jim contained a Cannonball tease.
Ha Ha Ha was teased before the start of the first set. Reba did not have the whistling ending. Dave's Energy Guide was played for the first time since March 8, 1991 (479 shows). Tweezer included a Cannonball jam.

Soundcheck: Time Loves A Hero > Dog Log/Time Loves A Hero mashup, Nellie Kane, Santana Instrumental, Rocky Mountain Way

SET 1: My Friend, My Friend, Don't You Want To Go?, Bathtub Gin, NICU > The Sloth, My Mind's Got a Mind of its Own, It's Ice > Dog Faced Boy > Tela > Possum

SET 2: Down with Disease [1] -> Free > Poor Heart > You Enjoy Myself , Strange Design > Run Like an Antelope

ENCORE: Sleeping Monkey > Rocky Top

My Friend started with a Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1 tease from Trey. Trey teased and quoted Long Tall Glasses in Bathtub Gin. Possum contained a Heartbreaker tease and YEM contained Immigrant Song teases from Trey. Down with Disease was unfinished.
During I Didn’t Know, Trey introduced Fish as “Cedric Harris.” The Maze intro included Taps teases from Trey and Weekapaug contained teases of Mainstreet and Dreaming (Blondie).
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Suzy contained a Lifeboy tease from Trey. After Acoustic Army, Trey thanked the crowd for being so quiet. The band then proceeded to don surgical masks for Adeline. The masks were provided by a fan in the front – Trey thanked him for the “hats.” The encore was preceded by Random Note and Simpsons signals.

Soundcheck: Blues Jam > Goin' Down Slow > Heartbreaker, Nellie Kane, My Sweet One > My Sweet One Refrain Medley > Ring of Fire, Acoustic Army

SET 1: Simple > Chalk Dust Torture, Prince Caspian, Reba[1], Ginseng Sullivan > Free > Taste, You Enjoy Myself

SET 2: Runaway Jim -> The Lizards, The Wedge, Run Like an Antelope , Harpua[2] -> Jam[3] -> Llama[3], Good Times Bad Times[3]

ENCORE: A Day in the Life

Reba did not have the whistling ending. Harpua was unfinished; Jimmy played an Abba record (which led to a verse of Abba’s Waterloo), decided that he hated Abba and thought that maybe a little rocking harmonica would tighten it up. John Popper then came out for to play harmonica on a jam that led into Llama. Llama and GTBT also featured John Popper on harmonica. It's Magic was part of the soundcheck's My Sweet One Refrain Medley.
Maze included a brief Dave’s Energy Guide tease. This 40-minute Tweezer, which is known as “The Fleezer,” contained a My Generation jam, Rift teases from Mike, and, at one point, a Fish vacuum accompaniment. In the soundcheck, Funky Bitch was performed as the blues version and Dog Log ended with the AC/DC Bag intro.
The soundcheck's My Generation was performed acoustic. Bathtub Gin contained Long Tall Glasses teases from Trey. This show is available as an archival release on LivePhish.com.
Bowie featured a Mind Left Body tease from Trey.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Johnny B. Goode and Three Little Birds made their Phish debuts at this show, the latter with a guest appearance by LeRoi Moore and Dave Matthews. Tweezer included a tease of A Live One’s Montana. Stash segued out of Curtain and included Curtain teases.
Halley's Comet was preceded by "Charge!" teases from Trey. Dog Faced Boy was preceded by several false starts of Split Open And Melt by Fish. YEM featured Boyd Tinsley on fiddle for a portion of the jam and included Oye Como Va teases. The YEM vocal jam contained a Lovin' You (Minnie Riperton) quote from Fish.
Stash was unfinished and melted into I Didn’t Know, which was performed in an eerie, slower fashion and featured Fish on trombone, Mike on electric drill for the first time, and Trey on megaphone. Antelope contained a Voodoo Child tease from Trey. Bowie included some odd chanting, including the phrase “Send me on my way” (although not in a manner similar to the Rusted Root song of the same name).

Soundcheck: Jam, Jam > Honky Tonk Woman, The Old Home Place, Funky Bitch, Rift, Prince Caspian

SET 1: Don't You Want To Go?, Gumbo > NICU, Mound, Cavern > Possum, All Things Reconsidered, Amazing Grace[1], The Horse > Silent in the Morning, Spock's Brain > Split Open and Melt

SET 2: Also Sprach Zarathustra > Poor Heart > Tweezer [2], Acoustic Army, While My Guitar Gently Weeps

ENCORE: Simple[3], Rocky Top > Tweezer Reprise

Don’t You Wanna Go was preceded by a Stairway to Heaven tease. Trey teased Jean Pierre in Possum. This 50+ minute Tweezer included a brief Gypsy Queen Jam, a 2001 tease, a Slave-like jam, and a Digital Delay Loop Jam with whistling. Simple contained a Jump Monk tease from Trey and was performed with an a cappella ending instead of a jam, akin to the ALO version from December 8, 1994. Amazing Grace was performed without microphones. In the soundcheck, Funky Bitch was peformed as a slow version and Rift was played as an instrumental.
Reba did not have the whistling ending. Chalk Dust contained Purple Haze and DEG teases. This version of Golgi, according to Trey, was the “jazz version.” Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones as Trey jokingly tried to break the record for the largest venue played without mics.
This show marked the first Phish performance of A Day in the Life. YEM segued into a HYHU vocal jam. Page teased Fanfare for the Common Man several times before Lonesome Cowboy Bill. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone.
Part of the soundcheck's jam consisted of 25 or 6 to 4.
Runaway Jim contained Third Stone from the Sun teases. Reba did not have the whistling ending. This show marked the debut of Prince Caspian. This gig was originally scheduled for the outdoor Wolf Mountain Amphitheatre in Park City; due to a late spring snowstorm, the day before the show took place it was moved to the indoor Delta Center.
This show marked the debuts of Taste and Acoustic Army. The Wedge was played for the first time since August 20, 1993 (135 shows). Lonesome Cowboy Bill featured Fish on trombone. Suzy included an Entrance of the Gladiators tease from Trey.

Soundcheck: Tweezer -> I’ll Come Running -> Tweezer Reprise

SET 1: Don't You Want To Go?[1], Ha Ha Ha[2] > Spock's Brain[2], Strange Design[2], Reba [3], Theme From the Bottom [2], Hold Your Head Up > Lonesome Cowboy Bill[1] > Hold Your Head Up, Free[2], Glide II[2] > You Enjoy Myself, Sweet Adeline, Sample in a Jar

ENCORE: I'll Come Running[1] -> Gloria[1]

This was a Voters for Choice benefit concert that also featured Jennifer Trynin and Emergency Broadcast Network. During the pre-show introduction, host Gloria Steinem promised Phish fans more new music in one night than ever before. The band proceeded to deliver the first public performances of Ha Ha Ha, Spock's Brain, Strange Design, Theme From the Bottom, Free, and Glide II. Don’t You Want To Go?, Lonesome Cowboy Bill, I’ll Come Running, and Gloria also made their first Phish public performances at this show. Reba did not have the whistling ending. Fish introduced the new songs that had been played before Lonesome Cowboy Bill. Fish explained that they didn't really have a name for the song after Ha Ha Ha and Trey added that since it was a Voters For Choice Benefit, they'd give the crowd four choices and let it vote on the title: The Plane, The First Single, Israel, and Spock's Brain. Page subsequently teased the theme from Star Trek as the crowd voted for Spock's with Trey subsequently explaining the song's origin. Prior to Adeline, the crowd sang Happy Birthday to Page.
This “show” was a small, private tune-up for the Lowell show and summer tour.
  Spastic consisted of Fish on drums and vocals, Martin Guigui on keyboards and vocals; Tommy Lee Smith on guitar; and Aaron Hersey on bass and vocals.  
Trey and Fish sat in for the whole show. This gig featured a mix of the “North” and “South” Cosmic Krewe lineups. This list reflects portions of the two sets performed that evening and is likely out of order; many of the songs listed are included on Michael Ray and The Cosmic Krewe’s 2003 release, Live at Jimmy’s.

SET 1: Rogue Hair , Cherry Pickin’ Frog , Display of Grace , Rose Hill , Cut the Wave , Trina's Odyssey , Everything is Everything , Self , Big Heart > Pelican Jig , Happy Birthday , Intestinal Fortitude , Pumpkins

SET 2: Cabin Fever > Attack of the Rodeo Clown , Route 89 , Make You My Bitch , The Bus , Sea Captain , Chooch DeLuke , Leading the Elephants , Stevie's Crib , Go-Kart , Llama

ENCORE: Weekapaug Groove Jam [1], Self [1]

This gig was for Mimi Fishman’s birthday bash; Fish (Mimi) joined the band for “Make You My Bitch.” Later, Fish (Jon) joined the band for the encores.
Mike sat in on bass for the whole show, in place of Stacy Starkweather. Other guests at this gig included Paul Asbell, Dave Grippo, Jamie Masefield, and Gene White.
  Trey and John Popper joined Dave Matthews Band for an extended version of “All Along the Watchtower."
Trey and Fish played the entire show. Mike performed during the second set on a one-string bass.
Trey sat in on the above songs.  This setlist is otherwise incomplete.

SET 1: Seek Up , #36 , Dancing Nancies , The Best of What’s Around , Rhyme and Reason , Jimi Thing [1], Recently [1], Water Into Wine [1], Ants Marching [1]

ENCORE: Nature intro , Tripping Billies

Ugly Americans and Big Head Todd and the Monsters opened. Trey sat in on guitar from "Jimi Thing" through the end of the set.
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Mike Gordon: December 02, 2016
11 hours ago
The Cannery Ballroom

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