SET 1: Magilla, I Didn't Know, My Sweet One, Take the 'A' Train, Donna Lee

SET 2: Unknown Song, Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home?, Contact, Sweet Adeline

For this performance, Trey played a different guitar (not a Languedoc), Mike played his Languedoc bass, Page played a single electric keyboard and Fish a mini drum kit on the porch. I Didn't Know featured Mimi Fishman playing a standard, stand-up, household vacuum. The World is Waiting for the Sunrise and an unknown song were sung and played without the band by Jack and Mary Ellen McConnell on ukuleles (possibly lightly accompanied by Page on keys) prior to Phish's second set. A second unknown song and Bill Bailey featured Jack McConnell joining the band on ukulele and vocals.

NOTE: This Phish performance does not count for stats purposes.

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, attached to 1991-09-01

Review by kipmat

kipmat Of all the Phish recordings that "do not circulate", this is probably the one of which I am the most glad. I presume this was a private gathering with the families of the band members, and it should remain alive in the memories of those who were there. Maybe Phish hasn't always been a "family first" band, but as this setlist attests, the sentiment certainly runs deep in their career.
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