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Link Vida Blue and The Spam Allstars, Sunday, 01/04/2004
Jannus Landing, St. Petersburg, FL

Set 1: Ochimini, Most Events Aren't Planned, Just Kissed My Baby, Get Ready, Little Miami (Reputation), Who's Laughing Now?, Russell's Tune, Perfume de Heliotropo, CJ3

Encore: Strange Design[1], Amoreena[1], Final Flight, Cars Trucks Buses[2]

[1] Page solo on upright acoustic piano.
[2] With Fish.

Notes: Jazz Mandolin Project (w/Fishman) opened. Page performed “Strange Design” and “Amoreena” solo on an acoustic, upright piano. “Cars Trucks Buses” featured Fish sitting in on drums. This show was made available as a LivePhish download.

Musicians: Page McConnell, Oteil Burbridge, Russell Batiste, Jr., Adam Zimmon, DJ Le Spam, Mercedes Abal, Lazaro Alfonzo, Tomas Diaz, A.J. Hill, John Speck, Jon Fishman (Guest)

   

Link Jazz Mandolin Project, Monday, 01/05/2004
Roxy Theatre, Atlanta, GA

Set 1: Contois, Black Market > Spiders, Chaconne > Xenoblast, Powderfinger

Notes: This was an opening set for Vida Blue. This show was originally scheduled for the smaller Tabernacle and was later moved to the Roxy.

Musicians: Jon Fishman, Jamie Masefield, Danton Boller, Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou

   

Link Vida Blue and The Spam Allstars, Wednesday, 01/07/2004
The Orange Peel, Asheville, NC

Set 1: Wading in the Velvet Sea[1], Electra Glide[1], Most Events Aren't Planned, Ochimini, CJ3, Subterranean Homesick Alien, Get Ready, Who's Laughing Now?, Little Miami (Reputation), Russell's Tune

Encore: Day or Night, Magilla[2]

[1] Page solo on upright acoustic piano.
[2] With Fish.

Notes: Jazz Mandolin Project (w/Fishman) opened. Page performed “Wading in the Velvet Sea” and “Electra Glide” solo on an acoustic, upright piano. Fish sat in on drums for “Magilla.” This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.

Musicians: Page McConnell, Oteil Burbridge, Russell Batiste, Jr., Adam Zimmon, DJ Le Spam, Mercedes Abal, Lazaro Alfonzo, Tomas Diaz, A.J. Hill, John Speck, Jon Fishman (Guest)

     

Link Vida Blue and The Spam Allstars, Saturday, 01/10/2004
Roseland Ballroom, New York, NY

Set 1: Most Events Aren't Planned, Cars, Who's Laughing Now?, Ochimini, CJ3, Just Kissed My Baby, Little Miami (Reputation), Subterranean Homesick Alien, Russell's Tune, Cars Trucks Buses[1]

Encore: Strange Design[2], Army of One[2], Lawn Boy[3]

Encore 2: No Quarter[4]

[1] With Steve Welch.
[2] Page solo on upright acoustic piano.
[3] Page on upright, acoustic piano; with Fish and Jamie Masefield.
[4] With Fish, Jamie Masefield, Danton Boller, Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou and Steve Welch.

Notes: Jazz Mandolin Project (w/Fishman) opened. Page performed “Strange Design” and “Army of One” solo, on an acoustic, upright piano. “Lawn Boy” featured Page on acoustic, upright piano, Fish on drums and Jamie Masefield on mandolin. “No Quarter” featured all members of Jazz Mandolin Project; Steve Welch sat in on saxophone for “Cars Trucks Buses” and “No Quarter.” This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.

Musicians: Page McConnell, Oteil Burbridge, Russell Batiste, Jr., Adam Zimmon, DJ Le Spam, Mercedes Abal, Lazaro Alfonzo, Tomas Diaz, A.J. Hill, John Speck, Jon Fishman (Guest), Jamie Masefield (Guest), Danton Boller (Guest), Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou (Guest), Steve Welch (Guest)

     

Link Jazz Mandolin Project, Monday, 01/12/2004
Jack Quinn's Emerald Ballroom, Cincinnati, OH

Set 1: Honeysuckle Rose, Chaconne, Dromedary, Mariachi Song, Xenoblast > Templars > Xenoblast, Third Stone From the Sun, The Country Open

Notes: There were two separate-admission performances on this evening; this was the early show. This gig was originally scheduled for October 8, 2003.

Musicians: Jon Fishman, Jamie Masefield, Danton Boller, Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou

 

Link Jazz Mandolin Project, Monday, 01/12/2004
Jack Quinn's Emerald Ballroom, Cincinnati, OH

Set 1: Jam > Spiders, Black Market > Dark Eyes, At the Pershing, Jungle Tango

Encore: Amazing Grace, Oh Yeah!

Notes: There were two separate-admission performances on this evening; this was the late show. This gig was originally scheduled for October 8, 2003.

Musicians: Jon Fishman, Jamie Masefield, Danton Boller, Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou

         

Link Addison Groove Project, Saturday, 04/03/2004
Higher Ground, Winooski, VT

Set 1: Shugy, Waiting for the Polls to Close, The Eleven Headed, The Ibim > Face to Face, Carpel Tunnel > Riding On the Edge of the Sun, My Apartment

Set 2: Sing Sing, Eternity’s Breath, Don't Worry, Beantown, 4 and 1[1] > People Say[2] > Making Flippy Floppy[3]

Encore: Boogie On Reggae Woman[3]

[1] With Trey.
[2] With Trey and Jen Hartswick.
[3] With Trey, Fish, and Jen Hartswick.

Notes: Trey sat in on guitar from “4 & 1” through the encore. Fish sat in on drums for “Making Flippy Floppy” and the encore. Jen Hartswick sat in on trumpet for “People Say” through the encore.

Musicians: Trey Anastasio (Guest), Jon Fishman (Guest), Jennifer Hartswick (Guest)

 

Link Trey Anastasio Band, Sunday, 04/11/2004
Higher Ground, Winooski, VT

Set 1: Push On 'Til the Day, Drifting, Small Axe[1], Last Tube[2], Sultans of Swing[2], Sand[3] > Chalk Dust Torture[4], Flock of Words, Plasma > Higher Ground[5]

[1] With Page.
[2] With Page and Fish.
[3] With Page, Fish and Mike; TAB members left stage, finished by Phish.
[4] Performed by Phish.
[5] With Page, Fish and Mike, Jamie Masefield, Seth Yacovone, and others.

Notes: This show was billed as “The Vermont Easter Jam” and featured scheduled performances from The Unknown Blues Band, a duet with Jamie Masefield and Paul Asbell interpreting the music of Django Reinhardt, and the Grippo Funk Band. After these performances there was an unannounced set by TAB. Page sat in from “Small Axe” through “Chalk Dust.” Fish sat in from “Last Tube” through “Chalk Dust.” Mike joined in for “Sand” and “Chalk Dust.” During “Sand” members of Trey’s group gradually left the stage, leaving Phish alone to complete “Sand” and perform “Chalk Dust.” The cover of Stevie Wonder’s “Higher Ground” featured all the members of both Phish and Trey’s ensemble, Jamie Masefield, Seth Yacovone and others. This gig was a benefit for the Winooski Parks & Recreation Department, Burlington Women’s Rape Crisis Center, and the Child Life Department of Vermont Children’s Hospital.

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Dave Grippo, Jennifer Hartswick, Russ Lawton, Tony Markellis, Ray Paczkowski, Andy Moroz, Page McConnell (Guest), Jon Fishman (Guest), Mike Gordon (Guest), Seth Yacovone (Guest), Jamie Masefield (Guest)

 

Link Everyone Orchestra, Thursday, 04/29/2004
McDonald Theatre, Eugene, OR

Notes: This gig was a benefit for the Pangaea Project, and featured music, poetry, and multimedia presentations. Two sets of largely improvised music were performed by multiple combinations of musicians, including an improvisational exercise led by Kai Ekhardt and full Everyone Orchestra jams conducted by Tye North. The main participants for the two shows were: Fish (drums); Tony Furtado (banjo, guitar); Kai Ekhardt (bass); Maya Dorn (vocals, guitar); Libby Kirkpatrick (vocals, guitar); Jans Ingber (hand drums, vocals); Matt Butler (drums, vocals); Julia Butterfly Hill (poetry); Tye North (conducter, bass, guitar); John Whooley (saxophone); Damian Erskine (bass); Asher Fulero (keyboards, DJ); and Scott Law (guitar). Special guests for this performance were Stephen Kent (didgeridoo) and Merry Prankster Ken Babbs (poetry, trombone).

Musicians: Jon Fishman, Ken Babbs, Tye North, Tony Furtado, Matt Butler

 

Link Everyone Orchestra, Saturday, 05/01/2004
Aladdin Theatre, Portland, OR

Notes: This gig was a benefit for the Pangaea Project, and featured music, poetry, and multimedia presentations. Two sets of largely improvised music were performed by multiple combinations of musicians, including an improvisational exercise led by Kai Ekhardt and full Everyone Orchestra jams conducted by Tye North. Fish described and led a “Find your own Hey” jam (Phish’s traditional jamming exercise). The encore was a Maya Dornled sing along of “And We Bid You Goodnight.”  The main participants for the two shows were: Fish (drums); Tony Furtado (banjo, guitar); Kai Ekhardt (bass); Maya Dorn (vocals, guitar); Libby Kirkpatrick (vocals, guitar); Jans Ingber (hand drums, vocals); Matt Butler (drums, vocals); Julia Butterfly Hill (poetry); Tye North (conducter, bass, guitar); John Whooley (saxophone); Damian Erskine (bass); Asher Fulero (keyboards, DJ); and Scott Law (guitar). Special guests for this performance were Dennis Kucinich (words, tambourine) and Damien Aiken (saxophone).

Musicians: Jon Fishman, Tye North, Tony Furtado, Matt Butler

 

Link Jazz Mandolin Project, Thursday, 05/27/2004
Webster Theater, Hartford, CT

Set 1: Jam > Black Market > Ballad for Trio[1], Dimensions, Going to California > What Is and What Should Never Be, The Milliken Way, Xenoblast, The Sabre Dance, Oh Yeah![2] > Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring[2], Oh Yeah![2]

Encore: Powderfinger

[1] Gordon Stone on pedal steel guitar.
[2] Al Schiner on guitar.

Notes: Al and the Transamericans opened. Gordon Stone sat in on pedal steel guitar for "Ballad for Trio." Al Schiner sat in on guitar for the "Oh Yeah!" segment.

Musicians: Jon Fishman, Jamie Masefield, Danton Boller, Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou, Gordon Stone (Guest), Al Schnier (Guest)

 

Link Jazz Mandolin Project, Friday, 05/28/2004
Theatre of the Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA

Set 1: Mariachi Song, Going to California > What Is and What Should Never Be[1], Spiders, Unknown, Ballad for Trio[2], Jungle Tango > Dark Eyes[3], Open Sesame, The Country Open

Encore: The Sabre Dance

[1] Al Schiner on guitar.
[2] Gordon Stone on pedal steel guitar.
[3] Mark Guiliana on box drum.

Notes: Al and the Transamericans opened. "What Is and What Should Never Be" featured Al Schiner on guitar. "Ballad for Trio" featured Gordon Stone on pedal steel guitar. "Dark Eyes" featured Mark Guiliana on box drum.

Musicians: Jon Fishman, Jamie Masefield, Danton Boller, Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou, Gordon Stone (Guest), Al Schnier (Guest)

   

Link Jazz Mandolin Project, Monday, 05/31/2004
Three Sisters Park, Chillicothe, IL

Set 1: Black Market > Nozani Na[1], Going to California > What Is and What Should Never Be[2]

[1] Vinnie Amico on percussion.
[2] Al Schiner on guitar.

Notes: This performance was part of the Summer Camp Music Festival that also included MMW, ParticleLeftover Salmon and moe. "Nozani Na" featured Vinnie Amico on percussion. "What Is and What Should Never Be" featured Al Schiner on guitar. This setlist is incomplete.

Musicians: Jon Fishman, Jamie Masefield, Danton Boller, Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou, Al Schnier (Guest), Vinnie Amico (Guest)

 

Link moe., Monday, 05/31/2004
Three Sisters Park, Chillicothe, IL

Set 1: Happy Hour Hero > Akimbo, Understand, St. Augustine, Time Ed > Brent Black

Set 2: Timmy Tucker > Head, McBain > Y.O.Y. > Yodelittle[1] > Plane Crash Reprise

Encore: Rebubula

[1] With Fish.

Notes: This show was part of moe.'s Summercamp festival. Jazz Mandolin Project had performed earlier in the day. Fish sat in on drums for "Yodelittle," which contained a "Bathtub Gin" tease. "Timmy Tucker" and "Head" featured Jamie Masefield on mandolin.

Musicians: Al Schnier, Vinnie Amico, Jim Loughlin, Rob Derhak, Chuck Garvey, Jon Fishman (Guest)

                       

Link Jazz Mandolin Project, Saturday, 07/03/2004
Soo Pass Ranch, Detroit Lakes, MN

Set 1: Somewhere Over the Rainbow, Black Market, Nozani Na, Ballad for Trio, Spiders[1] > Blues in the Closet[1] > Spiders[1], Oh Yeah!

[1] Rob Wasserman on bass.

Notes: This gig was part of the 10,000 Lakes Festival that also featured The String Cheese Incident, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Medeski Martin & Wood and Los Lobos. The "Spiders" > "Blues in the Closet" > "Spiders" segment featured Rob Wasserman on bass.

Musicians: Jon Fishman, Jamie Masefield, Scott Ritchie, Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou, Rob Wasserman (Guest)

     

Link Jazz Mandolin Project, Friday, 12/31/2004
Higher Ground, South Burlington, VT

Set 1: Theme from Young Frankenstein > Flux, Borkum Riff, Lojo Lima[1], Milestones, Oh Yeah!

Set 2: Spiders > Auld Lang Syne > Spiders, Stonehenge[1], Cicada 17, Xenoblast[1], The Sabre Dance, The Country Open

Encore: Powderfinger

Encore 2: War Pigs

[1] Mark Guiliana on percussion.

Notes: "Lojo Lima," "Stonehendge" and "Xenoblast" featured Mark Guiliana on percussion.

Musicians: Jon Fishman, Jamie Masefield, Scott Ritchie, Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou

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