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This gig featured the debut of Forever Dream and the Mike Gordon debuts of Just a Rose and Rock Me Baby.

Fans who arrived early enough to hear the soundcheck from outside the venue caught a 30-plus-minute version of Scents and Subtle Sounds. Scents was later released as a track on iTunes. Video footage of the soundcheck was posted on phish.com. This show marked the Phish debut of Mr. Completely and the debut of Spread it ‘Round. The first Mr. Completely contained a tease of Life on Mars (Dexter Wansel). This abbreviated version of Buried Alive was performed at a much faster tempo than usual and in a different key. Trey teased San-Ho-Zay in Walls of the Cave. This show was officially released on CD as Live Phish 07.15.03.

Driver was dedicated to “Wendy and Lisa,” and Bittersweet Motel was dedicated to the folks at The Dead Goat Saloon (the site of an open mic night appearance by Trey and Mike one night earlier). Driver and Bittersweet Motel featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Bittersweet Motel also contained a Free Bird-style ending. Moma Dance included Monkey Man (Rolling Stones) teases. The Harpua narration picked up where the December 6, 1996 Harpua ended; Jimmy hitched a ride from Vegas to Salt Lake City and the driver was playing Dark Side of the Moon. Dark Side was reportedly chosen the day of the show, partially based on sluggish ticket sales for this one venue compared to the rest of the tour. All the Dark Side songs were Phish debuts except for Great Gig (last played July 5, 1994, or 332 shows), although the original album version of Speak to Me was piped through the P.A. on Halloween, 1994 and Breathe was jammed on October 25, 1995. Smells Like Teen Spirit was also a Phish debut.

On the night off between Phish’s Halloween performance of The Velvet Underground’s Loaded in Las Vegas and their performance of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon within Harpua in Salt Lake City, Trey and Mike performed at an open mic night. The jam before Teach Your Children included teases of Summertime and While My Guitar Gently Weeps. Joseph Sirotnak performed on guitar and additional vocals from Cortez the Killer through Teach Your Children and his friend ‘Ken’ added guitar and vocals to Stir it Up. An attempt to close with Will the Circle Be Unbroken? was aborted when the performers couldn’t remember enough of the words.

Maze was unfinished. Trey dedicated Guyute to Paul Languedoc in reference to Paul’s purported comment to the band that any song with whistling is a good song. Consequently, Antelope contained whistling in both the opening section and closing “Marco Esquandolas” section.

This show marked the debut of Page’s theremin. Somewhere Over the Rainbow was played for the first time since July 3, 1994 (161 shows) and was performed solo by Page on the theremin in response to the huge rainbow that appeared over the venue just before the show started. Possum contained an Oom Pa Pa signal and a Lazy tease from Trey. Antelope included a tease of May The Force Be With You (The Force Theme from Star Wars).

Soundcheck: Prince Caspian, Mound, Wishing Well, The Asse Festival, Jam

SET 1: Don't You Want To Go?, Ha Ha Ha > Runaway Jim > Guelah Papyrus, Mound, Fast Enough for You, Reba[1], Prince Caspian[2], Chalk Dust Torture

SET 2: Simple > Rift > Free > Bouncing Around the Room > Tweezer -> Lifeboy > Poor Heart > Julius

ENCORE: Good Times Bad Times


Runaway Jim contained Third Stone from the Sun teases. Reba did not have the whistling ending. This show marked the debut of Prince Caspian. Page teased The Sabre Dance in Tweezer. This gig was originally scheduled for the outdoor Wolf Mountain Amphitheatre in Park City; due to a late spring snowstorm, the day before the show took place it was moved to the indoor Delta Center.

Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Ginseng Sullivan was performed acoustic without microphones and featured Fish on Madonna washboard.

This show marked the first Mind Left Body Jam since April 18, 1992 (193 shows), I Didn’t Know featured Fish on washboard. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Fee through Daniel Saw the Stone featured The Flecktones (Béla Fleck on electric banjo, Victor Wooten on bass, and Roy “Future Man” Wooten on drumitar) and Nellie Kane featured Béla Fleck. Guelah included Oom Pa Pa and Random Note signals, and Bowie included a Simpsons signal. Amazing Grace was performed without microphones. Béla Fleck and the Flecktones were the opening act.
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