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Shaggy Dog was played for the first time since October 29, 1995 (574 shows). Runaway Jim and Fluffhead contained When the Saints Go Marching In teases from Trey. Following Stash, Poor Heart and Moma Dance were quickly aborted due to Fish mistakes. Trey suggested that they play a song that started with drums and Llama was subsequently played. Trey later said that Buffalo Bill was one of his all time personal favorites that starts with the drums. After Buffalo Bill, Trey said Fish was a master of songs that he starts himself.  In the Bowie intro, Trey told the crowd that this was Chris Kuroda's favorite Phish song (having Kuroda give a thumbs up to confirm), adding that "every day back stage, before we walk on, we say 'Chris? What should we play tonight?' and he only says one song. Every night." DWD was unfinished. Twist contained an Eleanor Rigby tease from Trey and a Heaven on Their Minds (from Jesus Christ Superstar) jam. This show featured the first Fluffhead encore since November 3, 1990 (1,124 shows).

Reba did not contain the whistling ending. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone.

Piper contained a DEG tease. For the first known time, Weekapaug was played without Mike’s Song (possibly to bring closure to the Mike’s Song a night earlier). Gin included a down-tempo DEG tease and a Mr. Completely tease.

Lifeboy was played for the first time since November 25, 1998 (133 shows). During I Didn’t Know, Trey introduced Fish as “Henrietta, the world’s finest vacuum player.” I Didn't Know also included some dancing antics from Trey, Page, and Mike while Fish took his vacuum solo. 2001 included teases of Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring, Simple Gifts, and Stash from Trey.

Bowie contained a Take Me Out to the Ballgame tease from Mike. So Lonely made its Phish debut at this show.

After a few lines of The Horse, the fire alarm went off. The band kept playing but the house lights came on and the building was cleared for 20 minutes. The music resumed with Fire, and that was the only “set break.” My Friend included a Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo jam. SOAM subsequently included additional Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo teases and an atypical jam. Chalk Dust contained Barracuda teases. Suzy contained a Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo tease from Trey. Ginseng Sullivan through Dog Faced Boy were performed acoustic and without microphones, and Sweet Adeline and Amazing Grace were performed without microphones.

Suzy Greenberg, Tweezer, Guelah Papyrus, and YEM included Tequila teases. Guelah included a Simpsons signal. YEM also contained Entrance of the Gladiators and Oye Como Va teases and the YEM vocal jam was to the tune of Cocaine and included some Tweezer lyrics. Slave was played for the first time since October 24, 1991 (241 shows) and contained a So What tease from Trey.


Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones. Antelope included Simpsons and Aw Fuck! signals. During the break in Guelah, Trey explained the concept of the Big Ball Jam to the crowd. Guelah also included a Random Note signal. ‘A’ Train included Dixie teases, to which the audience sang along.

Guelah included use of the Secret Language. Weekapaug contained references to Rhode Island. During Love You, there was "Don't try this at home" banter regarding Fish's vacuum. The joking was subsequently referenced in Contact. There are no known audience recordings of the first set in circulation.
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