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Prior to the start of the second set, Page provided the score of the Red Sox - Cardinals World Series game. Drowned included Sitting in Limbo teases as well as a Time Loves a Hero tease from Mike. Weekapaug contained No Quarter quotes from Page. During Boogie On, Kenwood Dennard replaced Fish on drums. Possum also featured Dennard on drums instead of Fish.

During Wilson, Trey said he repeated a verse because he was extra excited his friend Rog (Roger Holloway) was in attendance. My Mind's Got a Mind of its Own was last played on December 28, 2010 (109 shows). Prior to the start of the second set, Trey was given a Red Sox jersey (with "Phish" and "13" on the back) and draped it from Page's piano. Waves included a Fuego tease by Trey and was preceded by a "Charge!" tease by Page. DWD was unfinished. Ghost contained alternate lyrics.

Mike teased Sundown in Bathtub Gin. Down with Disease was unfinished. Makisupa's keyword was "Sour Diesel." 2001 contained Sand teases from Fish and Get Up (I Feel Like Being a) Sex Machine and Mike's Song teases from Trey.

Runaway Jim included a Buried Alive tease, Possum included a Beauty of a Broken Heart tease and Taste included a Norwegian Wood tease (all from Trey). If I Could was last played on November 21, 2009 (102 shows).

She Caught the Katy was last performed on July 21, 1998 (323 shows).  Trey used a device that played Sarah Palin quotes during Alaska and after the debut of Pigtail. This show also featured the Phish debut of Birdwatcher.  Back on the Train featured a Streets of Cairo tease from Trey and Hood contained a Spanish Harlem tease from Page.

The end of Cavern was changed to "take care of your boots."

YEM was preceded by a Call to the Post tease from Trey. The YEM vocal jam included Trey singing pieces of Clone (which would be played in its entirety after the vocal jam). This show marked the Phish debuts of Clone, Drifting, Blue Skies, and Final Flight (all of which had previously been played by various band member side projects). Maze included a tease from Page of Summertime (Gershwin). Stash included a Foam tease. The lyrics to Makisupa referenced the fire at the band’s hotel in Cincinnati a week earlier. Trey expanded Page’s nickname to “Leo Kottke” in Ya Mar. Ya Mar also included a Stash tease. Golgi included a Frankenstein tease.

Paul and Silas included alternate lyrics, which told the story of Paul Languedoc’s run-in with the law the night before. This event was referenced again during Makisupa. Maze contained a Shafty tease from Mike. The last two songs of the first set (both Phish debuts) featured Seth Yacovone on guitar; All the Pain also featured Yacovone on vocals. Possum included a Dave’s Energy Guide tease and YEM contained a Super Bad tease from Trey.

Moma contained Gumbo teases from Mike. Scent of a Mule contained a “duel” between Mike and Fish, with Mike donning a Viking helmet similar to the one Fish had been wearing during this tour, and the two “squaring off” as if locked in battle.

Soundcheck: Back at the Chicken Shack, Come On (Part One) > Wipe Out, Louie Louie, Jam (with HYHU and Louie Louie), Ginseng Sullivan, Funky Bitch, Jam (with Lifeboy, Limb By Limb and the Barney Miller theme teases), Jam

SET 1: Funky Bitch, Ya Mar, Carini[1], Runaway Jim, Meat > Reba, The Old Home Place, Dogs Stole Things, Vultures, When the Circus Comes, Birds of a Feather

SET 2: Buried Alive > Wipe Out > Chalk Dust Torture -> Mirror in the Bathroom[2] -> Chalk Dust Torture -> Dog Log[3] -> Chalk Dust Torture > Sanity > Buffalo Bill > Mike's Song -> I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove -> Wipe Out -> Weekapaug Groove > Weekapaug Groove Reprise > Run Like an Antelope

ENCORE: Wading in the Velvet Sea, Golgi Apparatus > Wipe Out


Ya Mar contained I Dream of Jeannie theme teases from Mike. Carini included lyrics about the streaker from three weeks earlier. Mirror in the Bathroom (which was subtly teased by Mike in Chalk Dust Torture) made its Phish debut and Wipe Out was played for the first time since April 27, 1991 (722 shows). Chalk Dust included more Wipe Out teases. Dog Log was unfinished and sung over a more bluesy progression than usual. Weekapaug contained a Nellie Kane tease from Trey. Some funny banter ensued during the encore, as Fish and Trey took verbal jabs at each other. The soundcheck's Back at the Chicken Shack contained a Layla tease from Trey. This show was officially released as Live Phish 06.

Funky Bitch and Stash were unfinished. During Wolfman's, the lights were turned off and Trey and Mike ducked behind the onstage speakers. When the lights were turned back on, they were hidden from the crowd. Wolfman’s also included a heavy metal style jam, with a Heartbreaker tease from Mike, and Trey quoting the lyrics to Sanity and Esther. Them Changes made its Phish debut at this show.

This Runaway Jim is one of the longest versions of any song ever played by Phish. It ran slightly under an hour and included Beauty of My Dreams, Harry Hood, and Super Bad teases and a strong Weekapaug jam where the entire melody of Weekapaug was played. Buffalo Bill was announced as Fish’s favorite song. Moby Dick was performed for the first time since February 19, 1993 (435 shows) and featured Trey imitating Robert Plant’s intro to Moby Dick from the album The Song Remains the Same.

YEM featured Crosseyed and Painless teases, did not include the bass and drums segment, and ended with a shortened vocal jam that segued into I Didn’t Know.

The Jam was a bass duet featuring Mike and his bass instructor, Jim Stinnett, as well as teases of Keep it Greasy and Bach’s 6th Brandenburg Concerto (better known as the theme to Masterpiece Theatre). La Grange made its first appearance since August 14, 1993 (216 shows).

The P.A. went out during Rift, causing some giggles when Page sang “and silence contagious in moments like these.” Wilson included a Johnny B. Goode tease. During Tweezer, Mike played part of what would become the Bass Jam on the following evening. I Didn't Know featured Fish on trombone. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. The sounedcheck's Poor Heart was the slow version.

Ginseng Sullivan featured Trey on acoustic guitar, Mike on upright bass, Page on piano and Fish on Madonna washboard and was preceded by a Roundabout tease. Antelope featured Tom Marshall on vocals. Tweezer contained The Tra La La Song (One Banana, Two Banana) and  Jean Pierre teases from Trey. It's Ice contained a Random Note signal. The band put on wet suits during the end of the YEM vocal jam, which contained a HYHU tease. The third set was preceded by bubble noises through the PA and the band “diving” into the aquarium on stage. Peaches en Regalia was teased in It’s Ice, Possum, Suzy Greenberg and at the end of the second HYHU (by Trey on drums). Possum also contained an Earache My Eye tease. Auld Lang Syne was teased in the DWD Jam and Hood. Suzy also contained a Smoke on the Water tease and Hood also contained a brief Odd Couple theme tease from Page. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. The entire show was broadcast live (and rebroadcast the following day) on Boston's WBCN 104.1 FM.

Divided Sky was dedicated to Chris Gainty, who was seeing his first show since a car accident had left him in a coma five months earlier. Trey played with a voice box on stage that uttered curses during Sparkle, Esther, and Wilson. Trey teased Auld Lang Syne in Buried Alive. Antelope contained an Earache My Eye tease from Page and Nellie Kane teases from Mike. Weekapaug included Lion Sleeps Tonight teases. Prior to the encore, Trey mentioned the new Minkin painting Mike's mom had given to the band. Per Fish's request, Chris Kuroda subsequently used different lights on the painting. Lawn Boy featured Trey playing The Christmas Song during his solo. This show is available as an archival release on LivePhish.
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