It was played at 0.98% of live Phish shows.
It was last played July 12, 1999, which was 485 shows ago.
There have been 888 shows since the live debut.
“Foreplay/Long Time” has been played approximately once every 102.3 shows.
Since its debut, “Foreplay/Long Time” has been played, on average, once every 52.2 shows.
It was played 17 time(s) at the following show(s):
|Date||Venue||Gap||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|1994-10-07||Stabler Arena, Lehigh Univer...||887||e||***||Cavern||Phish debut. Acoustic.|
|1994-10-08||Patriot Center, George Mason...||1||e||***||Rocky Top||Acoustic.|
|1994-10-10||Palace Theatre||2||e||***||Tweeprise||Acoustic. Steve Cooley on banjo.|
|1994-10-12||Orpheum Theatre||1||2||Beaumont Rag||Hood||Acoustic.|
|1994-10-13||University of Mississippi||1||2||Weekapaug||Cavern||Acoustic.|
|1994-10-14||McAlister Auditorium, Tulane...||1||2||Beaumont Rag||Coil||Acoustic.|
|1994-10-15||Oak Mountain Amphitheatre||1||2||Amazing Grace||Bouncin'||Acoustic.|
|1994-10-20||Mahaffey Theatre||3||2||Nellie Kane||CDT||Acoustic and without microphones.|
|1994-10-21||Sunrise Musical Theatre||1||e||Sweet Adeline||Cavern||Acoustic.|
|1994-10-25||Atlanta Civic Center||3||e||***||Golgi||Acoustic.|
|1994-10-26||Varsity Gym, Appalachian Sta...||1||e||Beaumont Rag||Amazing Grace||Acoustic.|
|1994-10-28||Galliard Auditorium||2||2||Nellie Kane||***||Acoustic.|
|1994-11-02||Bangor Auditorium||3||e||The Old Home Place||Tweeprise||Acoustic.|
|1994-11-12||MAC Center, Kent State Unive...||3||2||Nellie Kane||Hood||Acoustic.|
|1994-12-06||UCSB Events Center, Universi...||18||2||I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome||Antelope||Acoustic.|
|1994-12-09||Mesa Amphitheatre||3||e||I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome||Tweeprise||Acoustic.|
|1999-07-12||Tweeter Center||310||1||***||> DwD||First Phish electric version.|
|Show Date||Artist||Song (Tease Type)||Venue|
|1994-10-21||Phish||Cavern (Tease)||Sunrise Musical Theatre, Sunrise, FL, USA|
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