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Link Sunday, 10/08/1995
Adams Fieldhouse, University of Montana, Missoula, MT

Set 1: BagAC/DC Bag, Demand, Sparkle > Wolfman'sWolfman's Brother, Reba[1], I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome[2], CaspianPrince Caspian, Uncle Pen, Free

Set 2: Keyboard Army, CTBCars Trucks Buses, TimberTimber (Jerry) > Ya Mar, SampleSample in a Jar, YEMYou Enjoy Myself, Suspicious Minds > HYHUHold Your Head Up, Dog Faced Boy, BowieDavid Bowie, Keyboard Army

Encore: Bouncin'Bouncing Around the Room, Rocky Top

[1] No whistling.
[2] Acoustic.

Average Song Gap: 8.77

Performers: Trey Anastasio, Page McConnell, Jon Fishman, Mike Gordon

Notes: Reba did not have the whistling ending and I'm Blue I'm Lonesome was performed acoustic.

Song Distribution:
4 Hoist
3 Billy Breathes
3 Stash
2 Lawn Boy
2 Junta
2 The White Tape
1 Rift
1 The Man Who Stepped into Yesterday

Songs by Debut Year:

This show was part of the "1995 Fall Tour."

Bwana , attached to 1995-10-08 Permalink
Bwana Everyone has a 1st show -- and this was mine!!! An epic 13hr+ drive up from Fort Collins, Colorado, where I was a freshman at CSU... Needless to say, but the memory of the night is more nostalgia than actual tangible memory...

I do remember loving the stage entertainment of this band I had only heard on bootlegs up until this point. A full acoustic bluegrass ensemble in the middle of the first set. The chess match between sets. The Fishman Elvis cover... All great introductions to the uniqueness of a band I would come to love over the years to follow. There's nothing like LIVE PHISH!

Musical highlights for my first show ever: Sparkle>Wolfman's, Reba, YEM, Bowie, and the fun-filled encore...
Score: 2
PHATTSKIS , attached to 1995-10-08 Permalink
PHATTSKIS I didn't get to tour fall of 1995 due to a late season mountain bike wreck but got to this one and to Halloween. Missoula was a solid but short show. Loved this show because the songs chosen were well played, the Keyboard Army set sandwich was cool, and the newer songs mixed in with the older songs made for a good variety in the setlist. The show was also cool because it was held in a smaller gym/arena and I ran into a couple of guys I knew from college in Knoxville during setbreak. We all hung out together for the second set and when PHiSH busted into Rocky Top, we went completely crazy, knowing it was not just a coincidence we ran into each other. Gotta love it when that kinda thing happens.
Score: 2
ADAWGWYO , attached to 1995-10-08 Permalink
ADAWGWYO This was the 3rd of 7 shows I saw this fall leading up to Halloween and imo was the weakest of the lot. The crowd definately seemed more local than the other shows I saw that tour. I was born in MT and have a lot of family there. I was coming from the ripping show the night before in Spokane and arrived in missoula early early on the morning of the show. I had some childhood friend's going to college in Missoula so we stayed at their house. We got into Missoula, stopped at a gas station and called them to come and guide us back to their house.

I imagine we slept a little bit before we hit the lot. I know we ate at a Perkins or something like that before the show. There were tons of mushrooms on the lot and I also remember a heavy looming sheriff presence. The kind of sheriffs in the brown outfits and big ole hats. "Good Ole Boys."

I was particularly excited to see Phish here because the Grateful Dead had played this venue on 5/14/74 with The Wall of Sound and played a stellar Weather Report Suite, Dark Star->China Doll. Brilliant!!
The Phish show was not so stellar and to this day remains one of my more forgettable shows. Although two things to note here. It was my only Demand that I imagine I'll get to see, as well as the only Keyboard Kavalry Reprise.

After this show we drove back down to the University of Wyoming and went to school for 2 more weeks until we took off for another 3 night run starting in KC.

Peace All
Score: 1

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