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Link Sunday, 10/22/1995
Assembly Hall, University of Illinois, Champaign, IL

Soundcheck: Buffalo Bill, The Old Home Place, Dog Log

Set 1: BagAC/DC Bag, MMGAMOIOMy Mind's Got a Mind of its Own, SlothThe Sloth, Runaway Jim, Weigh > NICU, FEFYFast Enough for You, It's Ice > Poor Heart > SampleSample in a Jar, I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome[1], Stash

Set 2: GolgiGolgi Apparatus, Possum -> Catapult, CurtainThe Curtain > Tweezer -> MakisupaMakisupa Policeman -> BBFCFMBig Black Furry Creature from Mars, Life on Mars?, Uncle Pen, SlaveSlave to the Traffic Light > Cavern

Encore: Sweet Adeline, CoilThe Squirming Coil

[1] Acoustic.

Noteworthy Jams: Possum, Tweezer (highly recommended), Slave to the Traffic Light

Average Song Gap: 9.68

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

Notes: 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.

Song Distribution:
5 A Picture of Nectar
3 Stash
3 Rift
3 The Man Who Stepped into Yesterday
2 The White Tape
1 Hoist
1 Lawn Boy
1 Junta

Songs by Debut Year:

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

, attached to 1995-10-22 Permalink
(Published in the second edition of The Phish Companion...)

This show turned me into the "Tweezer" fanatic that I am today. The first highlight of the show is a "Possum", which is followed by the always-strange "Catapult". "Curtain>Tweezer" follows that, and it is probably my favorite "one-two" combination. This Tweezer does not disappoint! It grooves and glides effortlessly, through numerous jam segments. It seems that from Tweezers such as this one and 11/30/95 Dayton (and others, of course), that we have arrived at the epic jamming that became almost commonplace in 1997. Jams with several, distinct jam segments, such as the Ghost from 11/28 Worcester and the Jim from the next night, seem to me to be direct descendants of this Tweezer. These styles of jams work hard at establishing the Groove before launching into the Unknown. If you're not a Tweezer fan, by all means check this one out"...it may change your mind, too!
Score: 5
Faht1 , attached to 1995-10-22 Permalink
Faht1 WOW! That's all I can say about this show. If you have not listen to any of this I would STRONGLY recommend Listening to this show in its entirely. Absolutely well played with several Unique versions such as AC/DC Bag, Possum, Tweezer and Slave! The Tweezer and Possum might be one of the best versions of all time. A MUST HEAR! This show is a solid 4.6/5 stars.
Score: 3
markah , attached to 1995-10-22 Permalink
I remember this!

"During Adeline the band kept rotating the direction they were facing to sing to the entire crowd."

This show is Fall '95 FIRE at it's finest!
Score: 0
Penn42 , attached to 1995-10-22 Permalink
Penn42 What a stellar show! I really like the song selection this night and they were playing with a lot of energy. However, in the end, it's the jams that really make this show stand out.

Stash, though not as adventurous as a couple others from Fall '95, is great, and is as good as a 12 minute Stash will get. This ridiculous Possum has the description balls-out written all over it. Top 5 version for sure. A nice recitation of Catapult follows it taboot. Tweezer rages super hard and the segue into Makisupa is silky smooth. Those are the standout jams, in my opinion, but all the other songs with jam sections like Bag, Jim, Ice, and Slave get a nice workout as well.

Personally, I think this show is just as good as anything from December and I would rather have had this show released instead of Pershing from the night before.
Score: 0
hiddenhillbilly , attached to 1995-10-22 Permalink
"Crimes of the Mind" tease from Trey at 2:42 of the Slave.
Score: 0
bouncin7 , attached to 1995-10-22 Permalink
bouncin7 Wow - no bod eee talked in depth about this version of Makisupa, so here weeee go: not only is it my favorite version ever, but most importantly, most unique, most trippy of all is that TREY is whispering throughout this rather long version saying mindbending things for six minutes like "Maki in my bed" and "Palooska on my head" and "Goldstein on my head" and "Lets hear one for Fred." TREY is whispering in a Zappa inspired hold on to your hat sort of way. Blew me away. I play this on minidisc all the time 10/22/95 Look OUT!
Score: 0

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