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Link Saturday, 09/24/1988
Humphries House (The Zoo), Amherst College, Amherst, MA

Set 1: GolgiGolgi Apparatus, On Your Way Down, AlumniAlumni Blues > LTJPLetter to Jimmy Page > AlumniAlumni Blues, YEMYou Enjoy Myself -> Wilson > PeachesPeaches en Regalia > La Grange, 'A' TrainTake the 'A' Train, DividedDivided Sky[1], Bold As Love

Set 2: BowieDavid Bowie, LizardsThe Lizards, Walk Away > Possum, Fee -> Sparks > Whipping Post

Set 3: GTBTGood Times Bad Times > Fluffhead, CurtainThe Curtain > BagAC/DC Bag, Dinner and a Movie, Contact, BBFCFMBig Black Furry Creature from Mars

[1] First known complete version.

Teases:
· Possum tease in Alumni Blues
· Theme from Popeye tease in Divided Sky
· Theme from Popeye, London Bridge Is Falling Down, and Theme from The Flintstones teases in AC/DC Bag
· Theme from Popeye tease in David Bowie
· The First Nowell tease
· Theme from Popeye tease in Fluffhead

Noteworthy Jams: Divided Sky (highly recommended)

Average Song Gap: 11.58

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

Notes: Humphries House had been a Zeta Upsilon ("Zu") frat house and monthly parties used to occur there that were referred to as "Full Moon at the Zoo" parties. Alumni contained a Possum tease. YEM was dedicated to Dionysian Productions co-founder John Paluska.  This was the first known complete version of Divided Sky, with a large section of it having previously been performed as the back-half of No Dogs Allowed. Divided, Bowie, Fluffhead, and AC/DC Bag contained Popeye theme teases. AC/DC Bag also contained London Bridge Is Falling Down, and the Flintstones theme teases. The third set was preceded by a First Nowell tease. The second set listing might be incomplete, as the recordings that circulate cut into Bowie.

Song Distribution:
8 Junta
5 The White Tape
4 The Man Who Stepped into Yesterday
1 Stash

Songs by Debut Year:

This show was part of the "1988 Tour."

Hydronaut , attached to 1988-09-24 Permalink
Hydronaut I was just entering this earth as a human baby as phish set into golgi and the maestro allen toussaint's "on you way down"
Score: 1
Shae_Dougall , attached to 1988-09-24 Permalink
Shae_Dougall Everything in this show is very well played, and even better: The tape on Phishtracks has held up over time. It actually sounds better than almost anything else out there from the late 1980's, which is greatly appreciated.

There are some real gems to be found here, including the official debut of Divided Sky and a scorching Possum. Throw in a very cool Fee -> Sparks > Whipping Post, and you've got quite a show. Seriously, everything here is well played, and this is a great '88 show to listen to if you like a lot of covers, a fairly rowdy crowd, and snarling Trey guitar licks (and Theme from Popeye teases).

Bonus: AC/DC Bag is FUNKY and pretty funny with all the teases.
Score: 0
PhreeDomRider , attached to 1988-09-24 Permalink
PhreeDomRider I really enjoyed listening to this show, A lot of good banter and page sings his ass off. Highlight for me was the Wilson>Peaches, La Grange. Beginning of wilson is slow and almost medieval sounding, if thats the right word, segue into Peaches is perfect.. never heard this before. Take the A train was also nice, and possums from the eighties/early nineties are awesome, seems like in 2013 they were making a comeback. Divided sky kept on rolling and had a popeye tease, maybe a few? (Apparently the first version to circulate) I would take a listen, again. fun show.
Score: 0

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