Bowie contained Girl from Ipanema teases from Trey and Page.
The Girl from Ipanema tease in David Bowie
Debut Years (Average: 1988)

This show was part of the "1991 Winter/Spring Tour"

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, attached to 1991-03-13

Review by DemandOpener

DemandOpener In the early days, it seemed that whenever Phish returned to Colorado, they were more relaxed playing in an environment that likely felt like a home away from home. This show is no exception, and the setlist would have any fan today drooling. Though the show is short on improv and long on composition, the songs are all very crisply played and showcase a precision that was only just starting to emerge after years of playing songs well (Fluffhead, Reba, Split Open and Melt), but not having them down to an actual science.

Anyway, I give this solid show 3.5 stars. I will say that it's probably one of the better examples of the year (so far) of Phish bringing their already tight chemistry and otherworldly chops to a whole new level, so it may be worth checking out just for that (and the good Bowie/Tweezer, too).
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March 30, 1993
24 years ago
Hilton Ballroom

Set 1: Buried Alive > Poor Heart > All Things Reconsidered, Golgi Apparatus, My Friend, My Friend[1], Llama, Esther[2], Stash, Glide > Divided Sky, Cavern

Set 2: Loving Cup, Rift, Tweezer > Lifeboy, Big Ball Jam, Weigh, Mike's Song[3] > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove -> Psycho Killer[4] -> Weekapaug Groove, The Horse[5] > Silent in the Morning > Hold Your Head Up > If I Only Had a Brain > Hold Your Head Up, Tweezer Reprise

Encore: My Sweet One, Amazing Grace

[1] Beginning featured Trey on acoustic guitar.
[2] Random Note signal.
[3] Mike dedicated Mike's Song to himself. The band subsequently included several references to it being "his song."
[4] Phish debut; unfinished.
[5] Trey on acoustic guitar.

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