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Link Tuesday, 09/28/1999
Oak Mountain Amphitheatre, Pelham, AL

Set 1: Wolfman'sWolfman's Brother, Sneakin' SallySneakin' Sally Through the Alley[1], Tube, GinsengGinseng Sullivan > Roggae, Maze, Velvet SeaWading in the Velvet Sea, HoodHarry Hood

Set 2: Farmhouse, Heavy Things, First Tube, Tweezer > MakisupaMakisupa Policeman, CDTChalk Dust Torture, YEMYou Enjoy Myself

Encore: Halley'sHalley's Comet > TweepriseTweezer Reprise

[1] No vocal jam.

Teases:
· Sweet Home Alabama quote in You Enjoy Myself

Noteworthy Jams: Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley, Tube, Tweezer, You Enjoy Myself

Average Song Gap: 8.59

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

Notes: Sneakin' Sally did not contain a vocal jam. The YEM vocal jam included Sweet Home Alabama quotes.

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

Songs by Debut Year:

This show was part of the "1999 Fall Tour."

shannon426 , attached to 1999-09-28 Permalink
shannon426 I was not there, so I can't speak for the live experience. Musically however, Farmhouse is a total gem from this show. Wow! So many great songs in this show, I highly recommend listening.
Score: 2
NorthStarZ , attached to 1999-09-28 Permalink
NorthStarZ I don't usually write reviews but after seeing this great show w/o any I just had to try & do it justice. I'll start with the venue itself. Its on top of Oak Mountain, a big mound just south of Birminham, AL. At the time of this show there was no pavilion/shead....just a stage. Behind the band the lights of Birmingham created a beautiful backdrop. The "Wolfman's" opener was a nice, quirky way to start things off. But!....it gave no hint on what was to follow. Next was "Sneakin' Sally" which raged! Second song of the 1st set?! I was mind-boggled! Well, "Tube", "Ginseng Sullivan", "Maze", "Velvet Sea" & "Hood" rounded out the rest of the set. "Roggae" was in there too but that was my bathroom/beer break song during the late 90's.
A really good "Farmhouse" started off the 2nd set. Thats right I said it! "1st Tube", "Tweezer" & "Chalk Dust" were all really tight. The "Makisupa" was a lot of fun. The "YEM" was incredible with a "Sweet Home Alabama" quoted vocal jam that seemed to please the locals & folk on tour equally! "Halley's > Tweeprise" as an encore was an inspired choice.
Musically the boys were on fire! From the start you could tell they were having a real fun time up there that night! Trey even said something to that effect at the end of the 1st set. Just an all around great show with a fun setlist in a special, outta the way venue. Pick up a copy of this show, you wont be disappointed!
Score: 2
moephan , attached to 1999-09-28 Permalink
moephan A phantastic hometown show. It's awesome to see phish 20min from home. Especially when they're playing this well.

A monster first set speaks for itself. Seek out this maze if you like them dark and bizarre like I do. A majestic hood to close the set is always great.

First tube rocked as usual, but the tweezer->makisupa is where it's at. Cactus made this one especially funky. Add a ripping chalk dust to close and you have a winner.

At least that's what I thought until the next night at the pyramid. WHEW!!!
Score: 1
NorthStarZ , attached to 1999-09-28 Permalink
NorthStarZ I don't usually write reviews but after seeing this great show w/o any I just had to try & do it justice. I'll start with the venue itself. Its on top of Oak Mountain, a big mound just south of Birminham, AL. At the time of this show there was no pavilion/shead....just a stage. Behind the band the lights of Birmingham created a beautiful backdrop. The "Wolfman's" opener was a nice, quirky way to start things off. But!....it gave no hint on what was to follow. Next was "Sneakin' Sally" which raged! Second song of the 1st set?! I was mind-boggled! Well, "Tube", "Ginseng Sullivan", "Maze", "Velvet Sea" & "Hood" rounded out the rest of the set. "Roggae" was in there too but that was my bathroom/beer break song during the late 90's.
A really good "Farmhouse" started off the 2nd set. Thats right I said it! "1st Tube", "Tweezer" & "Chalk Dust" were all really tight. The "Makisupa" was a lot of fun. The "YEM" was incredible with a "Sweet Home Alabama" quoted vocal jam that seemed to please the locals & folk on tour equally! "Halley's > Tweeprise" as an encore was an inspired choice.
Musically the boys were on fire! From the start you could tell they were having a real fun time up there that night! Trey even said something to that effect at the end of the 1st set. Just an all around great show with a fun setlist in a special, outta the way venue. Pick up a copy of this show, you wont be disappointed!
Score: 0

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