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Link Tuesday, 11/21/1995
Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Winston-Salem, NC

Soundcheck: Dog Log (x2)

Set 1: Fee[1] > CDTChalk Dust Torture, CaspianPrince Caspian, DividedDivided Sky, My Long Journey Home[2], I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome[2], Guyute, My FriendMy Friend, My Friend[3] -> Dog Faced Boy > Runaway Jim

Set 2: Simple -> BowieDavid Bowie -> Take Me to the River[4] -> BowieDavid Bowie, Glide > Ya Mar, Mike'sMike's Song -> Keyboard Army > HYHUHold Your Head Up > Suspicious Minds > HYHUHold Your Head Up, Carolina, ADITLA Day in the Life

Encore: GTBTGood Times Bad Times

[1] Trey sang verses through megaphone.
[2] Acoustic.
[3] No "Myfe" ending.
[4] Phish debut; incomplete.

· Theme from Mission: Impossible tease in Mike's Song

Noteworthy Jams: My Friend, My Friend, Simple, David Bowie, Take Me to the River, David Bowie, Ya Mar, Mike's Song

Average Song Gap: 6.74

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

Notes: 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.

Song Distribution:
3 Junta
2 A Picture of Nectar
1 The Story of the Ghost
1 Billy Breathes
1 Hoist
1 Rift
1 The White Tape

Songs by Debut Year:

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

Mikesgroover , attached to 1995-11-21 Permalink
Mikesgroover Making their way up the East Coast, the band finds a handful of really beautiful musical moments in the second set. MFMF has a slightly unusual ending, with a segment featuring only kick drum and piano before moving into Dog Faced Boy.

Simple is pleasant, but I struggled to pick up the teases mentioned in the notes -- if they're there, they're really subtle.

The Bowie is yet another outstanding version, with the Take Me to the River jam rising naturally out of the first jam section. It's more of a brief tease with some lyrics than a full on "debut", but the short interlude only helps the momentum -- the remainder of Bowie continues furiously, building to a blistering frenzy before the final notes.

Ya-Mar is better than usual, with a nice percussive segment that makes this version stand out. The other high point of the second set is a beautiful jam at the end of Mike's song that bleeds into Keyboard Army.

The crowd loved the Suspicious Minds and obligatory Carolina, but nothing musically rises above the ordinary for the rest of the show.
Score: 1

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