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Link Thursday, 06/24/2004
Verizon Wireless Music Center, Noblesville, IN

Set 1: Loving Cup, Cities -> BOTTBack on the Train, Vultures, MMGAMOIOMy Mind's Got a Mind of its Own, DwDDown with Disease[1] -> R&RRock and Roll

Set 2: Tube, AntelopeRun Like an Antelope, WedgeThe Wedge, TimberTimber (Jerry), CaspianPrince Caspian > Simple > WotCWalls of the Cave

Encore: CoilThe Squirming Coil

[1] Unfinished.

Teases:
· Down with Disease jam in Walls of the Cave

Noteworthy Jams: Loving Cup, Down with Disease, Tube (highly recommended), Timber (Jerry), Walls of the Cave

Average Song Gap: 10.07

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

Notes: Down with Disease was unfinished and Walls of the Cave contained a Down with Disease jam.

Links:
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Song Distribution:
2 Lawn Boy
1 Round Room
1 Farmhouse
1 Billy Breathes
1 Stash
1 Hoist
1 Rift
1 The White Tape

Songs by Debut Year:

TheEmu Phish.net Staff , attached to 2004-06-24 Permalink
TheEmu Just wanted to post a thank you to the guy who comforted me when I started crying during Squirming Coil (what I thought, at the time, would be the last live Phish tune I would hear). Thanks, dude!
Score: 10
MiguelSanchez , attached to 2004-06-24 Permalink
MiguelSanchez it was time for the last night of deer creek, before moving out west to alpine valley. after a very strong first night, everyone was expecting more of the same, and we got it...

loving cup: i've grown very weary of this song in the encore slot, but i really liked it here. especially since i was still in the parking lot polishing off a rogue 22. this got me hustling through the gates.

cities: aw... safely in my pavillion seat for this talking heads classic. quick but nifty little funk jam that works smoothly into

gbott: pretty standard version but it worked well coming out of cities

vultures: i love this tune, and it was played oh so well.

mmgamoio: great phish bluegrass cover. gordon sounded good on this one.

dwd: here we go... i was certain this was going to pop up as a 2nd set opener over the next 4 nights. like loving cup, i was not surprised they played, just when they played it. as for this take on dwd, it was very strong, especially for a first setter. trey really knocked this one out of the park before landing in...

rock and roll: very nice pairing. they didn't do anything too crazy with rock and roll here, but it worked as a great set closer. page hit his high note.

set 2:

tube: this is the best tube i have ever seen. gordon and fishman were on fire in the middle section. trey also lit it up. i had not seen tube since deer creek 2000. this song is so much better when trey stays on the guitar and off that mini keyboard. he had some really hot licks too. did mention gordon and fishman really drove this one. oh yeah, trey seemed to really hammer home the bluesy bring it back into tube guitar lick after the jam. very good and it dropped into...

run like an antelope: this was a pretty sharp high energy antelope. they danced through the intro part and when this one broke they really cut loose. the crowd needed a breather after this one.

wedge: score! good second set "breather" tune. well executed

timber ho!: getty up! excellent timber ho!. i was actually with a bunch of people that had never caught this song, and they longed for it. it made it a little extra spiffy, as if timber ho! is not spiffy enough. fishman and trey really hammered this one down.

prince caspian: i hate this song, but after such a hot start, i took this opportunity to burn a quick one, right in time to hear them move into...

simple: fishman, again, was a monster on this one. i really liked the "peter out" jam on this version. the moved the tempo around with ease, and they sounded really nice and tight, similar to the bt gin the night before. it finally worked its way into...

wotc: i was not a huge fan of this song until i heard this version. as they moved into the jam portion, they explored the wotc theme for a couple of minutes before they shifted into familiar territory. while staying in the key of wotc they were playing the ending to dwd. it was a very cool way to end the deer creek run.

enc:

coil: cant boo coil. it may not be a super unique selection, but i love ending a run with page alone on the stage. ALL HAIL PAGE!

overall:
I thought this two night run was very similar to the 98 deer creek. both nights were really strong on all fronts, and it is tough say which one is best. also, they did without playing the typical big guns, ghost, tweezer, yem, and mike's song. very fun time. while i thought the 2nd night of alpine was the best show of the midwest run, i think, all in all, i like the deer creek run, as a whole a touch more.

highlights:
set 1
vultures, dwd>rock and roll

set 2
tube (must hear), timber ho!, simple>wotc>dwd
Score: 4
jabberstin , attached to 2004-06-24 Permalink
No reviews on this one yet, huh? Well, its probably because the full-wrath of Trey's narco-indulgence was very apparent on this evening. While the precious Vultures was a royal treat at Deer Creek, DWD>R&R, too, this show highlighted the fact that things were most definitely not well with the band and its cohesion. Tube, while a rager, was filled with Trey's (sometimes) senseless 'chord-wails' (As I like to refer to them) and little improvisational input. I'm not undermining this jam...its funky, spacey, sci-fi goodness, but the night's highlights were definitely down-played by their very low-lights. Simple was great. I guess all I can say is that during this tour, Gordo truly bails the band out of sooooo many rough spots due to Trey's patchy inability to contribute to the unique musical language of Phish. This show demonstrates this in full-color.
Score: 2
JonBaker , attached to 2004-06-24 Permalink
I went to both shows again, this time not having to drive either night. I had two different people drive both nights and to make things even better, we found a short cut to the venue the second night that took 20 to 30 minutes off the trip. Once again, two great nights at Deer Creek. Enjoyed both nights ecspecially the second starting off with Loving Cup. One of my favorite songs (usually a oncore) that I thought was great. Phish get better and better as time goes on.
Score: 0
oh_kee_dono , attached to 2004-06-24 Permalink
oh_kee_dono loving cup opener? wotcfinisher...? blew my mind
Score: 0

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