Two Simpsons signals (without the "D'oh" response).
 Charlie Chan and Simpsons signals.
 Carl Gerhard on trumpet.
 Four Charlie Chan signals and Key Change, Tritone Down, Clapping, and Random Laugh signals.
This show marked the first performances of Brother, It’s Ice, Sparkle, and All Things Reconsidered. Reba contained two Simpsons signals (without the "D'oh" response) and Possum had a Rhapsody in Blue tease from Trey and Charlie Chan and Simpsons signals. Chalk Dust contained four Charlie Chan signals and Key Change, Tritone Down, Clapping, and Random Laugh signals. Cavern and Jesus Just Left Chicago featured Carl Gerhard on trumpet.
(Published on the legacy Phish.net site many years ago...)
It was a pretty good show, including 4 new tunes. I can't remember the titles of the new tunes offhand, except for the last one that they did, a tribute to the theme from "All Things Considered." They played that along with "Big Black Furry Creatures From Mars" as an encore, a song that I had heard the title of but never had actually heard. Sorry, but I can't really rattle off a complete setlist for you, because 1) I've gone to 6 concerts in 7 days (Phish plus 5 Dead shows at the Boston Garden) and am having a little trouble remembering everything that I've heard, and 2) I currently have no live Phish tapes (although I'd be glad to trade Dead tapes for some...hint, hint) and all the Phish that I have is Junta and Lawn Boy, so there are a lot of tunes that I recognize but don't know the titles of.
Any way, I had a really good time at the show (as I usually do). I have some friends who saw them last night in Ithaca (State Theater), but I haven't heard from them yet about any details.
- Rich Fromm ------------------------------ firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: more on Keene, Ithaca too
Oh yeah, how could I forget?
During a couple of songs in the second set at Keene, Phish had a trumpet player on stage with them. I assume this is one of the guys from the Horns. It really added to the music. I'd like to see them do some more touring with the Horns. Summer tour was fantastic.
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