Reba did not have the whistling ending. Weekapaug was unfinished.
Jam Chart Versions
Debut Years (Average: 1989)

This show was part of the "1995 Fall Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1995-12-16

Review by HotPale

HotPale My 1st Phish show...now I had some understanding of what things may look like having been to some big concerts already, but in all reality I had no clue. My older brother had been to some Phish and Grateful Dead shows and I had heard some stories, but none of them had truly prepared me for what I was in for. My crew had just finished up mid-terms/finals the day before for we were mostly in our junior year of high school. That Saturday afternoon we walked into town after partying all night in the vacant apt. of the convalescent home my buddy's dad owned. (multiple complaints and police phone calls) Phish's tour bus drove by us and Fish yelled, "which way to the venue?" I pointed straight ahead as they drove by and my friends laughed at me and said that was the band. When we got into town I had never seen anything like this scene. Dudes walking around with foot long nugs calling out, "Kind bud" and the like. I asked my friend if it was always like this and he said with the breakup of the Grateful Dead Phish's fan base had increased tremendously. Shakedown was transforming from the Dead to Phish and I was a witness, a participant, a new fan.
The shows were incredible. The band vs. audience chess game confused me, but I loved it anyway. We had amazing second row floor seats for both nights and the tix were $20...life was good...the boys jammed hard and I believe I fell in love that weekend. I knew this would not be the end...took another 10 months to get to my next show, but I got there...thank you Phish for the good times and the bad times!
, attached to 1995-12-16

Review by westbrook

westbrook The first set is thoroughly average for the tour, but the second set is worth seeking out for a lightning-fast Reba and a very strong Mike's Groove. This Mike's is one of the most powerful type 1 versions of the song and Simple gets into a pretty nice rocking jam. Weekapaug has a percussive jam in it with Trey on the mini kit before it shifts down into an ambient outro which sounds more like a 94 jam than 95 if you ask me.

3 star show. Definitely listen to the Reba and Mike's Groove
, attached to 1995-12-16

Review by dr32timmymeat

dr32timmymeat AC/DC Bag, Suzy Greenberg, Sample in a Jar and Cavern all in the same show... that's a crazy docket of 4:30, no-jam rock songs.

It's fine, but with the dust still unsettled on all of the craziness from the first half of December 95 -- just look at the ratings of the previous two weeks of shows -- this is a starkly straightforward show.

Reba is really solid, and Mike's is sufficiently far-out. And the > Simple > Weekapaug never gets old.

But for those who like to psychoanalyze what the guys were thinking before shows, it seems like they were trying to get to Night 2 of this run and then move on to NYC.
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