Dixieland-style jam outro.
 Without microphones.
Possum contained Wedding March teases from Trey. Yours Is No Disgrace was teased by Trey before Paul and Silas. Coil featured an interesting Dixieland-style jam outro that segued into a dissonant and intense Tweezer. Memories was performed without microphones.
(Published on the legacy Phish.net site many years ago...)
I saw Phish for the first time on Thursday Oct 3 at a bar called Mabel's in Champaign Illinois(where I go to school). I had a great time and met a lot of great people who had traveled some distance to see the show. I have been listening to their studio stuff and bootlegs for some time now, but I have managed to miss them every single time they've come to Chicago(where i live). ... It was great. The hottest jams(IMHO) were We Ka Pa Groove(on trampolines), Divided Sky, Possum, Picture of Nectar. I hope these guys remember us on their next tour, because i simply must see them again.
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