Two Charlie Chan signals and Oom Pa Pa and Random Note signals in intro.
 Phish debut.
Llama, Mike's, and Possum included brief Buried Alive teases from Trey. Suzy contained a Hey Nineteen tease from Mike and a full-band Low Rider jam and subsequent tease from Trey, while the Bowie intro contained numerous Low Rider teases. The Bowie intro also contained two Charlie Chan signals and Oom Pa Pa and Random Note signals. Weekapaug included a Dave's Energy Guide tease from Trey. Fish was introduced before and after Love You as Chris Lee. Memories was a Phish debut.
This show gets off to a ripping start with Mike absolutely tearing it up in Llama. You have short but very nice jams in Coil and Jim, and you have the highlight of the show in an excellent YEM, led once again by hardcore thumpage from Cactus. Set I is capped off by a really good OKP > Suzy with Low Rider jam, and a Bowie into with abundant Low Rider teasing. The Bowie jam, though, is merely OK, and set II is kind of a letdown. Not that set II is badly played, but with a Buried Alive > Fluffhead > Mike's Groove to open, and the great Mike work in set I, I thought the second set would be much hotter. Weekapaug is OK, but clocks in under 6 minutes, the Esther is sloppy, and the Possum is just decent. On the strength of that first set, though, I'm still going with 4 stars here.
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