Monday 10/08/2018 by ucpete


Welcome to the 346th edition of Phish.Net's Mystery Jam Monday, the second of five October single-clip MJMs. The winner will receive an MP3 download code courtesy of our friends at / Nugs.Net. To win, be the first person to identify the song and date of the mystery clip. Each person gets one guess to start – if no one answers correctly in the first 24 hours, a hint will be posted. After the hint, everyone gets one more guess before Wednesday at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET. Have fun!

Note: No n00b head start this week, so don't dawdle!

Answer: He's on fire! @lostboy01 did it again folks, this time reeling in his fifth overall MJM win. This week, he knew Page's synth noises weren't of the '17 - '18 variety, but rather were of the Europe '97 variety, and in a shade over a half hour he correctly identified the 7/10/97 "Llama." If you haven't heard the entire show, do so posthaste! MJM347 will be another single-clipper – have fun on Fall Tour!


, comment by krivraq
krivraq 6.25.1997 Meatstick
, comment by lostboy01
lostboy01 7.10.1997 llama
, comment by dogogbyn
dogogbyn Don't know the clip just yet; have to do some digging. Having said that, I'm catching strong whiffs of a Europe '97 club show with a small crowd. To the tapes!
, comment by youenjoymyghost
youenjoymyghost Dam LostBoy01 at it again. Killing it
, comment by mcgrupp81
mcgrupp81 No delusions that this would last long. If it did, you could have made the hint a gimme too by showing a picture of a 7-10 split. I like to think the two pins are also a shout out to the double "ll" in llama. Imagine being one of the lucky SOBs that got to go on the Europe Summer 97 tour and experience the sites during the day and the glorious sounds by night. I did a Google search, don't ask me why I just didn't stay on the site, to find the venue name for the 7/10 show and my Phish 7/10/97 search yielded a link to the 7/10/97 show on, and directly below that link was a link to the 7/20/98 show. The Makisupa from that show was last week's MJM.

Fun with Phish Numerology:

“Llama” has been played approximately once every 5.9 shows.
Makisupa Policeman was played at 5.9% of live Phish shows.
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