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This set was broadcast on the Mark and Brian radio program. Funky Bitch and My Soul were performed as a warm-up before the show went on the air, although the crowd was already in the bar. Jibboo through Heavy Things were aired live on the show (except for Magilla, which was played during a commercial break). Magilla was played for the first time since August 1, 1998 (107 shows). The band briefly jammed on the Jeopardy! theme (with the crowd providing some vocals) during a radio break, although this is not included on any circulating recordings. Bug included a brief DEG tease. There was a humorous question and answer session between the band and audience during one of the commercial breaks. Studio versions of Birds, Bouncing, and Heavy Things were used as intros and outros for the commercials.

This performance, taped after the Mark and Brian program, aired on KACD (103.1) in Los Angeles. There were around twenty fans present for the taping.

Soundcheck: Dirt, Water in the Sky, Dog Log, Roggae

SET 1: Julius, Roggae, Llama, Limb By Limb, Driver[1], Sleep[1], Frankie Says, Birds of a Feather, McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters > Character Zero

SET 2: Possum > The Moma Dance > Reba[2] -> Walk Away -> Simple > Albuquerque, David Bowie

ENCORE: Something[3]


Driver and Sleep were performed acoustic. Moma contained a Super Bad tease from Trey. Reba did not have the whistling ending. Walk Away was played for the first time since May 7, 1994 (367 shows). This show marked the Phish debut of The Beatles’ Something.

Cryin’ made its Phish debut at this show. In the soundcheck, Dog Log was performed in a funk style and Poor Heart was a cappella.

Sweet Adeline and Amazing Grace were performed without microphones. Divided Sky contained a Woody Woodpecker theme tease from Trey. Antelope included a Simpsons signal at the beginning and All Fall Down and Oom Pa Pa signals during the jam. YEM contained a Louie Louie tease. The second set kept returning to BBFCFM, as the three verses were completely spread out. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone.

SET 1: Pleas, Space Wrangler > Henry Parsons Died > Travelin' Light, Diner > Pilgrims, Hatfield, Walkin' > Holden Oversoul, Love Tractor

SET 2: The Take Out > Porch Song, Can't Get High, Worry, Makes Sense To Me, Little Kin, Chilly Water, Fishwater, Pickin' Up The Pieces, Heroes, Mercy, Wondering, Mr. Soul

ENCORE: Get Up Early In The Morning [1], The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys [2] -> Time is Free Jam[2] -> The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys[2]


This set was an opener for Santana. The YEM vocal jam concluded with an All Fall Down signal. Fish started the drumbeat to Llama after YEM, but Trey said they were out of time and to come back tomorrow night for some more.

Uncle Pen was played, according to Trey, “with all due respect to Bill Monroe.” It was also explained at this show that All Things Reconsidered is a variation on National Public Radio’s All Things Considered. YEM included a Sunshine of Your Love tease and the vocal jam centered on a “rolling” theme, including the quote “Rolling on the River” from Proud Mary. YEM also included quotes from the theme to Rawhide. My Sweet One was announced by Trey as being written by the “third greatest songwriter of all time” while Fish took a bow of recognition. Memories and Sweet Adeline were performed without microphones. Widespread Panic opened.
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