|1990-11-02||Possum||Boulder, CO||0:51||"Possum" -> "Buried Alive" -> "Possum." Great song pairing and an excellent, improvisational, and fiery jam.|
|1990-11-02||Buried Alive||Boulder, CO||1:48||-> in from "Possum." "Buried Alive" is played in the intro. Awesome combination and one of the best "Possums" ever. -> back to "Possum."|
|1990-11-02||Possum||Boulder, CO||9:35||-> in from "Buried Alive," which is played in the intro. The jam in this "Possum" is awesome, and the "Buried Alive" sandwich is just the icing on the cake.|
|1990-11-02||YEM||Boulder, CO||17:30||Very good pre-'91 jam segment.|
|1990-11-02||Bowie||Boulder, CO||15:10||Tease-fest intro (see Setlist). The jam itself is pretty ripping and gets beyond "Bowie" with great tension building, nasty guitar licks from Trey, and teases or little jams on "Rocky Mountain Way," "DEG," "Fluffhead," and "Wipe Out." Released on Live Bait 6.|
|1990-11-03||Magilla||Boulder, CO||5:39||Great, high energy and fun version with strong solos by Trey, Page and Mike.|
|1991-10-30||Jam||Boulder, CO||4:32||Fish plays or tries to play guitar, and the others join in with Trey presumably on drums in this stand-alone jam which kicks off the encore and > to "HYHU." This ghoulish sounding jam seems appropriate given the impending Halloween holiday.|
|1992-04-04||Antelope||Boulder, CO||13:02||Unusual and improvisational jam works its way back to blistering standard "Antelope" fare.|
|1992-04-05||Possum||Boulder, CO||12:33||Brief full band "Landlady" jam, plus teases and signals (see Setlist), and Mike sings "Crossroads." Awesome jam.|
|1993-03-13||Wilson||Boulder, CO||7:29||Long, musically oriented intro with Trey repeating a melancholic riff and a sweet little jam in the pre "Blat, Boom...!" section with Mike hinting at "Getting In Tune" by the Who.|
|1993-03-13||Antelope||Boulder, CO||11:12||Great rythmic-oriented jamming. Released on Live Bait Vol. 6.|
|1993-03-13||Mike's||Boulder, CO||7:47||The 1st jam has some good variation away from the standard, while the 2nd jam is typical for 1993, somewhat crazed and chaotic, but also way out there and well removed from boiler plate "Mike's."|
|1993-03-13||Weekapaug||Boulder, CO||10:06||"My Girl" teasing/jamming by Trey leads to an excellent Page piano solo midway through, which rebuilds in great form to a soaring "Weekapaug" finale.|
Phish.net is a non-commercial project run by Phish fans and for Phish fans under the auspices of the all-volunteer, non-profit Mockingbird Foundation.
This project serves to compile, preserve, and protect encyclopedic information about Phish and their music.
The Mockingbird Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by Phish fans in 1996 to generate charitable proceeds from the Phish community.
And since we're entirely volunteer – with no office, salaries, or paid staff – administrative costs are less than 2% of revenues! So far, we've distributed over $2 million to support music education for children – hundreds of grants in all 50 states, with more on the way.