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This show was webcast via Live Phish. Alumni Blues had changed lyrics referencing National Bacon Day. Glide II was last played on May 16, 1995 (872 shows). Trey teased Birthday in the first Weekepaug. This show featured the Phish debut of Bliss with Trey on acoustic guitar. Trey teased Crosseyed and Painless in No Men In No Man's Land. Weekapaug Groove was unfinished. Cool Amber and Mercury and Cavern contained The Final Hurrah quotes.
This show was webcast via Live Phish. Brother was last played June 17, 2012 (216 shows). Down With Disease was unfinished.
This show was webcast via Live Phish. Carolina was last played on March 1, 2003 (378 shows). Free Bird was teased at the end of Bathtub Gin. My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending. Trey teased Midnight Rider in Tweezer. Sparks was last played on September 2, 2011 (201 shows). Ghost contained a There is a Mountain tease from Page and a Seven Below tease from Mike. Party Time was performed with only the lyrics (chorus) over the Light jam and contained a Stash tease. Tweezer Reprise contained Martian Monster and Kung quotes.
This show was webcast via Live Phish and featured the debut of Can't Always Listen. The second Weekapaug contained Auld Lang Syne and What's The Use? teases from Trey.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Shave and a Haircut was performed after Bathtub Gin. During Lawn Boy, Page walked over to Mike and stood by him as he played to the side and front of the stage. Fish came out and took a bow and Page called Mike "Michael Gordleone." Chalk Dust was unfinished. Page teased Fuego and The Line in Simple.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Runaway Jim contained a DEG tease from Trey. My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending. Down with Disease contained a Woman from Tokyo tease from Trey and was unfinished. Slave and Hood contained Little Drummer Boy teases from Page.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. Number Line contained a reference to Fish's daughter Ella, whose birthday was on December 30th. The Bowie intro and Coil contained Silent teases.
This show was webcast via LivePhish. The PA cut out during Camel Walk. My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending. 
Dixie Cannonball and Gone were Phish debuts. During Love You, Fish mentioned Trey's announcement on December 28, 2009 that it was Fish's last vacuum solo "of the aughts," so he announced that he needed "someone dressed like me" to do it, brought audience member Rich onstage to do the solo, then gave him the vacuum. Antelope included numerous Boogie On teases, the Marco Esquandolas lyric had "Marco" replaced with "Rich, let's hear it for him," and subsequent lyrics were changed to "Been you to have any Electrolux?" Frankenstein featured Page on keytar. Corinna was played for the first time since February 24, 2003 (100 shows) and Tela was played for the first time since November 24, 1998 (236 shows). This gig featured ten songs not previously performed in 2009 inclusive of two debuts.
Wilson contained War Pigs teases from Mike and was unfinished. The song may have been played as an opener in memoriam of actor Earl Hindman, best known as “Wilson” from the television series Home Improvement, who passed away earlier in the day. NICU contained Shafty teases from Mike. Weigh was played for the first time since August 2, 1998 (200 shows). Cities included Sand teases. Gin included Show Biz Kids and After Midnight teases. 2001 included a P. Funk (Wants to Get Funked Up) jam containing some brief lyrics, as well as Gin, Sand, and Auld Lang Syne teases. Tube was unfinished. L.A. Woman was a Phish debut; Birds included L.A. Woman teases. During Makisupa, Trey noted that they were going to play Touch Me, but decided not to because Fish couldn't remember the words and they didn't know how have a horn section. To make it up to the crowd for letting them down, Trey brought out George Clinton and Parliament/Funkadelic (also known as The P. Funk All-Stars). Trey commented “and that’s even better than Touch Me!” Page teased Touch Me while Trey was talking. The ensuing P. Funk Jam moved through pieces of several classic Parliament/Funkadelic tunes including Butt-a-Butt, Give Up the Funk (Tear the Roof Off the Sucker), P. Funk (Wants to Get Funked Up), and One Nation Under A Groove. Get Low (Lil Jon and the Eastside Boyz) was also part of the medley. By the end of the jam, Fish was alone on stage playing vacuum. Fish then exited, leaving the stage empty. Phish returned alone to finish Makisupa; to prove that P. Funk was better than Fish singing Touch Me, Makisupa closed with Fish singing the first line of Touch Me a cappella. During the last chorus of Contact, Trey sang lines like “L.A. Woman” and “Make my funk the P. Funk” in place of his usual harmonies.
This was the first show of the Big Cypress festival. Light Up was played for the first time since March 1, 1989 (1,092 shows), included Jibboo teases from Mike, and was unfinished. Corinna was subsequently played for the first time since February 18, 1989 (1,096 shows). Che Hun Ta Mo and Big Alligator (both Phish debuts) featured guests John McEuen on mandolin, Raiford Starke on guitar, and Seminole Indian Chief Jim Billie on guitar and lead vocals. Mike’s Song included an Immigrant Song tease and Weekapaug included a Light Up tease and an Auld Lang Syne tease at midnight.
Moma included Manteca teases. Coil included Piper teases and featured an atypical jam that segued into Slave. The debut of Grind featured Tom Marshall on vocals and was dedicated to Phish fan Chris Heinel, who had recently been injured in a lacrosse accident. Possum included Wipe Out teases. For this show, the Holiday Run dancers were dressed as nymphs.
Trey teased  A Night in Tunisia in Stash. AC/DC Bag included Third Stone From the Sun and Psycho Killer teases. I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) made its Phish debut, was sung by Tom Marshall, contained an A Day in the Life quote from Tom referncing Big Phil (a fan who was in attendance that night), and was part of the “Pentagram Harpua,” which also included a narrative about Lost in Space. Hood was unfinished. Pete Carini made an appearance on-stage during the encore. Frankenstein included a segment with Fish coming center stage with his vacuum. The encore was unusually long; once the band realized they were going to be fined for playing past midnight, they decided to play well past midnight. Sneakin’ Sally was played for the first time since May 28, 1989 (920 shows). Neither of the Sallys contained vocal jams. This show is available as an archival release on LivePhish.com.
Reba did not have the whistling ending. Talk featured Trey on acoustic guitar. The P.A. cut out during Funky Bitch, during which Fish took an “air drum” solo, Trey performed Townshend-style windmills, and the entire band engaged in random silliness while still “playing” the song. Scent featured a Page/Mike Mule Duel and a guest appearance from comedian Steven Wright, who came out and rang a desk bell three times.
Ya Mar included an Auld Lang Syne tease and Antelope contained a Gimme Some Lovin' tease from Page.
Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. I’m Blue I’m Lonesome was performed acoustic. YEM contained a brief Auld Lang Syne tease from Trey. This version of Wilson appears on A Live One.
Phish were the musical guests on The Late Show with David Letterman before their performance at MSG that evening.
Dream On and Dave’s Energy Guide were both jammed during Bowie. The Horse featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Trey teased Call to the Post at the end of PYITE. Weekapaug contained a vocal jam and was unfinished. Slave was played in response to a chant from the front row.
Timber was played for the first time since November 28, 1990 (257 shows).The Esther intro contained a Simpsons signal, Bowie contained an Oom Pa Pa signal, and Possum contained a Random Note signal. Fluffhead contained an Eine kleine Nachtmusik tease from Trey. I Didn't Know featured Fish on trombone.YEM included an Auld Lang Syne jam and Pete Schall was mentioned in the vocal jam. TMWSIY was preceded by a humorous full-band dedication to cousins and was teased by Trey in Possum. Page teased Blue Monk during ‘A’ Train, which was dedicated to Trey’s uncle. Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones. Between sets, Jamie Janover performed solo on hammer dulcimer.
The setlist for the first set is incomplete. Melt contained a Fish drum solo. The show featured the first known performance of Fluff's Travels and the first known Phish performance of Auld Lang Syne. The opening act was Indecision.
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