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Scent of a Mule featured Fish on Marimba Lumina. Page teased Baby Elephant Walk before the start of the second set. Golden Age began over the jam out of Light.

Twist emerged at this show with a slightly new arrangement. After Trey remarked of his affinity for this venue, Jennifer Dances made its debut.

This show marked the Phish debut of Roses Are Free. BBFCFM (first since August 6, 1996, or 118 shows) featured Electric Funeral teases. Footage from this show appeared in the film Bittersweet Motel.

The David Bowie intro contained an Oom Pa Pa signal, while the Esther intro contained Simpsons and Random Note signals and two "Charge!" teases from Page. The beginning of My Friend featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Page also teased "Charge!" in the Big Ball Jam. Stash was unfinished.


This show marked the first performance of Glide. The final verse of Runaway Jim was omitted. Trey teased portions of Esther during the Buried Alive jam segment. The second set was preceded by an announcement that cars blocking the alley outside would be towed. It led to some humorous vocal interplay among the band members. Before his vacuum solo in I Didn’t Know, Fish was introduced as “The Earl of Sandwich.” The start of the YEM vocal jam contained many Homer Simpson "D'ohs." Fish quoted Setting Sail at the end of the vocal jam.
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