Soundcheck: Birds of a Feather
SET 1: Punch You in the Eye > Reba, Albuquerque, Carini, The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony > Suzy Greenberg > Jam
SET 2: Drowned > Crosseyed and Painless > Dog Faced Boy, Prince Caspian > Loving Cup
ENCORE: Driver, The Inlaw Josie Wales, Sample in a Jar
Reba did not have the whistling ending. Suzy contained a brief Can't You Hear Me Knocking tease from Page. Trey teased Andre the Giant before and San-Ho-Zay during Drowned. This show was officially released as Live Phish 03.
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Review by TwiceBitten
“There are also three shows from 2000 in the series. Page and I picked one of them because it has this version of ‘Carini’ that I’m convinced is the greatest version of all time. I’m not convinced that it’s the whole greatest show of all time, but I love this version of ‘Carini.’ I also like the song list, because if you didn’t like Phish and you heard this set, it would be very interesting. There’s ‘Punch You In the Eye,’ ‘Reba,’ [Neil Young’s] ‘Albuquerque’ and ‘Carini.’ I think it sounds like such a weird band.” Trey cracks up. “Those four songs in a row? You can’t make any sense of it. The ‘Carini’ is like 15 or 20 minutes long or something. It’s a complete metal meltdown. It’s the bass and drumming in the background that I really liked. It’s really strange. Nobody’s playing the beat at all. Those guys are playing in quarter time and the guitar and keyboards are just creating this wash of color on top of this heavy booming. It’s right after ‘Albuquerque,’ which has harmonies and then this heavy metal thing. If you kind of step away from it, they’re both really odd.” Although he is trying not to reveal any specific dates of the release series, he has given away too much. It is obvious by his description that the show is from September 14, 2000 at Darien Lake, New York.