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October 31, 1969 San Jose State University, San Jose, Ca. (Fri)
Soundboard Master Cassette > Cassette > DAT > CD (Mike Lai Transfer)

Halloween 1969 Handbill

Casey Jones, Dire Wolf, Hurts Me Too, Cryptical> Drums> Other One> Cryptical> China Cat> I Know You Rider, Mama Tried, High Time, Top Of The World, Next Time> Easy Wind, Lovelight

October 31, 1970 Gym, S.U.N.Y., Stony Brook, N.Y. (Sat)
Soundboard Master Reel > DAT (Dan De Luca, Digital Rbb, Charlie Miller Transfer)

Jerry Garcia 1970

Early: Till The Morning Comes, Hard To Handle, Mama Tried, China Cat> I Know You Rider, Dire Wolf, Cold Rain, Me & My Uncle, Dark Hollow, Brokedown, Viola Lee Blues> Cumberland> Uncle John
Late: Casey Jones, Sugar Magnolia, Next Time, Cryptical> Drums> Other One> Cryptical> Cosmic Charlie, Big Boss Man, Mama Tried, Hard To Handle, Drums> Good Lovin, St. Stephen> NFA> GDTRFB> NFA
final "Viola Lee Blues" - also: NRPS

October 31, 1971 Ohio Theatre, Columbus, Oh. (Sun)
Soundboard Master Reel > DAT (Dick's Picks Vol. 2 leftovers ; Charlie Miller Transfer)
Dick's Pick's Vol 2. comprises the second set.

Ohio Theater


Dick's Picks Vol. 2 by Christopher Lull on Grooveshark

1: Bertha, Me & My Uncle, Deal, Playin, Loser, El Paso, Tennessee Jed, Jack Straw, Big RxR Blues, B. E. Women, Mexicali, Casey Jones, Cumberland, Saturday Night
2: Dark Star> Sugar Magnolia, St. Stephen, NFA> GDTRFB> NFA E: Johnny B. Goode
also: NRPS - second set appears on "Dick's Picks Vol 2"

October 31, 1979 Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, N.Y. (Wed)
Post Production Matrix by Groves (SMC > Cassette > DAT > CD ; 2nd set: SMC > DAT Charlie Miller Transfer + Nakamichi 700s ; Barry Glassberg Tape ; A. Egert Transfer)

Nassau Coliseum

1: China Cat> I Know You Rider, Cassidy, Loser, Me & My Uncle> Big River, Althea, Sailor> Saint
2: Shakedown, Passenger, Ramble On, Estimated> Eyes> Drumz> Wharf Rat> Truckin E: Johnny B. Goode
"Take A Step Back" before "Me & My Uncle" and before "Althea"

October 31, 1980 Radio City Music Hall, New York, N.Y. (Fri)
Soundboard Master Reel > Reel > Cassette > DAT (Bill Tetzeli Transfer)

Radio City Music Hall, New York


Acoustic: Heaven Help The Fool, Sage And Spirit, Sadie, Monkey & Engineer, Roses, Cassidy, Bird Song> Ripple
Electric-1: Jack Straw, Cold Rain, Me & My Uncle> Mexicali, Ramble On> Rooster, B. E. Women> L. L. Rain> Deal
Electric-2: Don't Ease> Sailor> Saint> Franklin's> Drumz> Fire> NFA> Stella Blue> GDTRFB> Good Lovin E: Uncle John
closed circuit TV on the East Coast - FM broadcast - no Phil until "Roses" due to technical problems - final "Heaven Help The Fool" - final/last "Sage And Spirit": 08-13-75 [330] - final/last "Sadie": 02-13-70 [734] - "Drumz" and"Fire" appear on "Dead Set"

October 31, 1983 Marin County Veterans Auditorium, San Rafael, Ca. (Mon)
Soundboard Master Cassette > DAT (Bill Tetzeli Transfer)

Marin County Veterans Auditorium

1: Wang Dang Doodle> Esau, Peggy-O, Rooster, B. E. Women, Sailor> Saint> Deal
2: Help> Slipknot> Franklin's, Estimated> Eyes> Drumz> Jam> St. Stephen> Throwing Stones> NFA E: Revolution
With Airto Moreira - final "St. Stephen"

October 31, 1984 Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, Ca. (Wed)
Audience Master Cassette > CD (Sennheiser 441s ; Dr. B.Fried Tape ; Mike Lai and Chris Ladner Transfer)

October 31, 1984 BCT Ticket

1: Shakedown, Mama Tried> Big River, Ramble On, Minglewood*> Big RxR Blues*, Lazy Lightning> Supplication> Don't Ease
2: Touch, Samson, Ship Of Fools, Miracle*> Superstitious*> He's Gone> Drumz> Morning Dew> Around*> Saturday Night** E: Satisfaction
*with Matt Kelly **One More Halloween Nightfinal "Lazy Lightning" - first "Superstitious" - brief "Mind Left Body Jam" before "Morning Dew"

October 31, 1985 Carolina Coliseum Arena, U. of S.C., Columbia, S.C. (Thu)
Soundboard Master Cassette > Reel > DAT (Charlie Miller Transfer)

October 31, 1985 Carolina Coliseum Pass

1: Space> Werewolves> Music, West L. A., Mama Tried> Mexicali, Tennessee Jed, L. L. Rain> Might As Well
2: Shakedown> Playin> Ship Of Fools> Playin> Drumz> Mr. Fantasy> NFA E: U. S. Blues
"Funiculi Funicula" tuning to open first set - "Teddy Bear's Picnic" tuning before "West L. A." - last "Space": 01-30-78 [558] - last "Werewolves": 07-08-78 [522]

October 31, 1990 Wembley Arena, London, England (Wed)
Soundboard DAT (Chris Ladner Transfer)

October 31, 1990 London Pass

1: Help> Slipknot> Franklin's, Rooster, Loose Lucy, Me & My Uncle> Big River, Roses, Masterpiece, Bird Song> Promised
2: Scarlet> Fire, Truckin> He's Gone> Drumz> Watchtower> Stella Blue> Around> Good Lovin E: Werewolves
last "Werewolves": 10-31-85 [361]

October 31, 1991 Oakland Coliseum Arena, Oakland, Ca. (Thu)
Post Production Matrix by Dan Haugh

October 31, 1991 Oakland Pass


1: Help> Slipknot> Franklin's, Rooster, Loser, Tom Thumb Blues, Let It Grow
2: Scarlet> Fire, Truckin> Spoonful*> Dark Star**> Drumz> Jam*> Dark Star*> Last Time*> SOTM> Throwing Stones> NA E: Werewolves*
*with Gary Duncan **also with Ken Keseyfinal/last "Werewolves": 10-31-90 [84]

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October 31, 1986 Sculpture Room, Goddard College, Plainfield, Vt. (Fri)
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Goddard College, Plainfield, Vt.

Soundcheck: Bertha (performed by The Joneses), Blues Jam (with members of The Joneses)
Set 1: Mustang Sally, Camel Walk, Golgi Apparatus > Slave to the Traffic Light, Melt the Guns[1] -> Sneakin' Sally through the Alley, Halley's Comet[2] > Back Porch Boogie Blues > Shaggy Dog, Fluffhead
Set 2: Jam -> AC/DC Bag, Swing Low, Sweet Chariot, Peaches en Regalia, David Bowie[3], Have Mercy[4] > Harry Hood, Sanity, Skin It Back > Icculus, Alumni Blues
[1] Trey and Mike quoted Fuck Your Face and Minkin in the intro.
[2] Richard Wright on vocals.
[3] First known version.
[4] Jah Roy on vocals.
Notes: This show was a co-bill with The Joneses. Trey and Mike quoted Fuck Your Face and Minkin during the Melt the Guns intro. Have Mercy featured Jah Roy on vocals. Halley’s Comet featured Richard Wright on vocals. This show contained the first known version of David Bowie.

October 31, 1987 Sculpture Room, Goddard College, Plainfield, Vt. (Sat)
Audience Cassette > ? > CD (unknown transfer)

Goddard College, Plainfield, Vt.

Set 1: Jam[1] -> Whipping Post[2], Sneakin' Sally through the Alley -> Back Porch Boogie Blues -> Halley's Comet -> Light Up Or Leave Me Alone, Love You[3], AC/DC Bag, Possum, You Enjoy Myself > Big Black Furry Creature from Mars
Set 2: The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday > Avenu Malkenu > The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday, Peaches en Regalia, Take the 'A' Train > Timber (Jerry), The Chase > I Am Hydrogen > Who Do? We Do!, Fee > Divided Sky > McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters > Who Do? We Do! > Clod, Alumni Blues > Letter to Jimmy Page > Alumni Blues > Fluffhead, David Bowie
[1] Low Rider teases.
[2] "Slice my nipple" lyric.
[3] First known Phish performance.
Notes: This show was a double bill with The Joneses, and featured the first known performance of Love You. The jam before Whipping Post included Low Rider teases. Whipping Post had a lyric changed to "slice my nipple." It has been reported that Fishman shaved his entire body for this show!

October 31, 1989 Goddard College, Plainfield, Vt. (Tue)
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Goddard College, Plainfield, Vt.

Set 1: The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony > Suzy Greenberg, You Enjoy Myself > AC/DC Bag > Divided Sky, Fee, Walk Away, Bathtub Gin > Possum
Set 2: David Bowie[1], Wilson, Reba, Colonel Forbin's Ascent > Fly Famous Mockingbird > Alumni Blues > Letter to Jimmy Page > Alumni Blues > The Lizards[2], Highway to Hell
Encore: Contact > Run Like an Antelope -> Kung[3] -> Run Like an Antelope
[1] Macaroni and cheese jam.
[2] I Dream of Jeannie tease from Page.
[3] First known performance.
Notes: This was a benefit for Goddard’s sculpture building and marked the first known performance of Kung. The band’s Halloween costumes included Trey wearing devil horns, latex pants, and strap-on breasts (which he ran around fondling during the Ninja Custodian’s set) and Mike wearing a dog-faced mask. The band distributed boxes of macaroni and cheese for audience use during the Bowie intro. This Bowie, at over 20 minutes, was, at the time, one of the longest versions ever. During the pause in Letter to Jimmy Page, Trey wished happy birthday to Mary Ellen. Lizards contained an I Dream of Jeannie tease from Page. The show closed with Trey returning to the Kung theme, as he promised to stage another runaway golf cart marathon this time next year. Ninja Custodian was the opening act.

October 31, 1990 Armstrong Hall, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Co. (Wed)
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Armstrong Hall, Colorado College

Set 1: Buried Alive[1] > Possum[2], The Squirming Coil > The Lizards, Stash > Bouncing Around the Room, You Enjoy Myself[3], The Asse Festival, My Sweet One, Cavern, Run Like an Antelope
Set 2: The Landlady, Reba, Runaway Jim, Foam, Tweezer[4], Fee, The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony > Suzy Greenberg > Hold Your Head Up > Love You > Hold Your Head Up, Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove
Encore: Uncle Pen, Big Black Furry Creature from Mars
[1] DEG teases.
[2] Charlie Chan and Oom Pa Pa signals.
[3] Munsters theme tease from Mike; Vocal jam based on Night in Tunisia.
[4] Heartbreaker teases.
Notes: A Halloween costume contest preceded the second set. Buried Alive included DEG teases and Possum contained Charlie Chan and Oom Pa Pa signals. YEM contained an appropriate Munsters theme tease from Mike; the ensuing vocal jam was based on Night in Tunisia. Tweezer contained Heartbreaker teases. This show was webcast in the weeks following Halloween 1999, as the band did not play on Halloween that year. It was subsequently released in mp3 format via emusic.com.

October 31, 1991 Armstrong Hall, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Co (Thu)
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Armstrong Hall, Colorado College

Set 1: Memories[1], Brother, Ya Mar, The Sloth > Chalk Dust Torture, Sparkle, Foam, Bathtub Gin, Paul and Silas, You Enjoy Myself[2], Runaway Jim
Set 2: The Landlady, Costume Contest[3], Wait[4] -> Llama, Fee -> Wait -> My Sweet One > Wait -> David Bowie[5], Horn, Dinner and a Movie, Tube > I Didn't Know[6], Harry Hood
Encore: Glide, Rocky Top
[1] Without microphones.
[2] Vocal jam repeated "A slice of pizza"
[3] Teases of HYHU, Jesus Just Left Chicago and Can't Turn You Loose.
[4] Debut.
[5] Two Charlie Chan signals and Random Laugh and Oom Pa Pa signals.
[6] Extended vacuum solo by Fishman.
Notes: Memories was performed without microphones. The vocal jam in YEM repeated "A slice of pizza". During the costume contest, there was a brief full-band tease of Jesus Just Left Chicago, inspired by a fan in a Jesus costume (with a cross on his back!). The first round of the contest closed with a rendition of Can't Turn You Loose. After each unsuccessful entrant was eliminated, Trey forced them to stage-dive. HYHU was also played briefly during the contest. First prize - free admission to all Phish shows for one year - was shared by The Bergen County Woman Cop and Captain Bong Hit. This show marked the first appearance of Wait, which was played three times during the show. During the final Wait, before Bowie, the audience was chanting “Fuck you!” in response. Bowie contained two Charlie Chan signals and Random Laugh and Oom Pa Pa signals during the jam. I Didn’t Know featured a vacuum solo by “Showboat Gertrude,” which continued well into the final verse of the song.

October 31, 1994 Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls, N.Y. (Mon)
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Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls

Soundcheck: Jam
Set 1: Frankenstein, Sparkle > Simple > Divided Sky, Harpua[1] -> The Vibration of Life -> Harpua[2], Julius > The Horse > Silent in the Morning > Reba, Golgi Apparatus
Set 2: Back in the U.S.S.R.[3] > Dear Prudence[3], Glass Onion[3] > Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da[3], Wild Honey Pie[3], The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill[3], While My Guitar Gently Weeps[3], Happiness Is a Warm Gun[3], Martha My Dear[3], I'm So Tired[3], Blackbird[3], Piggies, Rocky Raccoon[3] > Don't Pass Me By[3], Why Don't We Do It in the Road?[3], I Will[3], Julia[3], Birthday[4], Yer Blues[3], Mother Nature's Son[3], Everybody's Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey[3], Sexy Sadie[3], Helter Skelter[3], Long Long Long[3], Revolution 1[3], Honey Pie[3], Savoy Truffle[3], Cry Baby Cry[5] -> Revolution 9[6]
Set 3: David Bowie, Bouncing Around the Room, Slave to the Traffic Light > Rift > Sleeping Monkey > Poor Heart, Run Like an Antelope[7]
Encore: Amazing Grace, Costume Contest[8], The Squirming Coil
[1] Wilson tease and quote.
[2] Vibration of Death; War Pigs verse and I Love You tease from Trey. "The Vibration of Death is gone" replaced the usual "The storm is gone."
[3] Phish debut.
[4] Phish debut; instrumental.
[5] Phish debut. Fishman on vacuum.
[6] Phish debut. He Ent to the Bog was played on a tape in the background. Fishman on vacuum.
[7] Stash tease from Trey in intro.
[8] "Charge!" tease from Page.
Notes: Harpua included the Vibrations of Life and Death. Jimmy decided to put on his favorite album Barney's Greatest Hits, but turned his turntable on the wrong way and started playing it backwards. Fishman then proceeded to sing a verse of War Pigs. Trey subsequently teased I Love You (a.k.a. the theme to Barney & Friends) before Harpua resumed. Poster was swallowed up into the earth by the Vibration of Death. "The Vibration of Death is gone" replaced the usual "The storm is gone." Prior to the Vibration of Life, Wilson was teased and quoted. A Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon tease (the heartbeats from Speak to Me) was pumped through the P.A. at the beginning of the second set. The second set "musical costume" was The Beatles' The Beatles (also known as The White Album). All of the White Album songs, other than Piggies, were Phish debuts, although Ob La Di, Ob La Da had been jammed or teased on many occasions. Piggies was played for the first time since 11/14/85 (876 shows). HYHU was teased prior to Why Don't We Do It in the Road. Birthday wasn’t sung; Page and Mike noodled a bit while Fishman presented a birthday cake to Brad Sands, who accepted it while wearing a Fishman dress. Cry Baby Cry ended with Fishman on vaccum with Revolution 9 segueing out of the vacuum solo. The background tape playing along with Revolution 9 was Mike’s composition He Ent to the Bog from Phish’s White Tape. The song ended with Fishman stark naked and running around while the band blew bubbles and waved. Good Night was taped from the album and closed the second set. The third set began with a Custard Pie tease, while Antelope's intro contained a Stash tease from Trey. The Costume Contest contained a "Charge!" tease from Page. This show was officially released as Live Phish 13. The soundcheck's Jam was released as an iTunes bonus track called "Glen Falls Soundcheck Jam" and contained a Frankenstein tease from Mike, jamming based on Landlady, and a Binary Sunset (or the Force Theme) from Star Wars tease from Trey.

October 31, 1995 Rosemont Horizon, Rosemont, Il. (Tue)
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Rosemont Horizon, Rosemont

Set 1: Icculus, Divided Sky, Wilson > Ya Mar, Sparkle > Free, Guyute, Run Like an Antelope, Harpua[1]
Set 2: I Am the Sea[2], The Real Me[2] > Quadrophenia[2], Cut My Hair[2], The Punk Meets the Godfather[2], I'm One[2], The Dirty Jobs[2] > Helpless Dancer[2], Is It In My Head?[2], I've Had Enough[2], 5:15[2], Sea and Sand[2], Drowned[2], Bell Boy[3], Doctor Jimmy[2] > The Rock[2], Love, Reign O'er Me[2]
Set 3: You Enjoy Myself, Jesus Just Left Chicago[4], A Day in the Life > Suzy Greenberg[5]
Encore: My Generation[6]
[1] Narration from Mike about raccoons. Beat It tease.
[2] Phish debut; Dave Grippo on alto saxophone, Don Glasgo on trombone, Joey Sommerville on trumpet and Alan Parshley on French horn.
[3] Phish debut; Dave Grippo on alto saxophone, Don Glasgo on trombone, Joey Sommerville on trumpet and Alan Parshley on French horn, Leigh Fordham sang Keith Moon's original part.
[4] Dave Grippo on alto saxophone.
[5] Dave Grippo on alto saxophone, Don Glasgo on trombone, and Joey Sommerville on trumpet.
[6] Phish debut; acoustic.
Notes: Harpua included a story from Mike about a dream about raccoons. The Michael Jackson references continued, as Trey teased the audience by saying that Jimmy was listening to the Halloween album while the band played a Beat It tease. Also, the second set was preceded by a Thriller tease. The second set "musical costume" was The Who's Quadrophenia and was performed with Dave Grippo on alto saxophone, Don Glasgo on trombone, Joey Sommerville on trumpet and Alan Parshley on French horn. During Bell Boy, crew member Leigh Fordham, clad in a bell boy outfit, sang Keith Moon’s original part. All of the Quadrophenia songs, as well as My Generation, were Phish debuts. YEM was almost 40 minutes long and was preceded by the audience chess move. The chosen fan, dressed as a Wookie, cracked under the pressure and could not choose a move on stage, prompting a quote from Fish that “Wookies can’t play chess.” Jesus Just Left Chicago featured Grippo on alto saxophone; Suzy Greenberg featured Grippo, Glasgo and Somerville. My Generation was performed acoustic. Before My Generation, the crew set up a Keith Moon replica drum set on stage. After the song, Fishman and Trey destroyed the drum set a la The Who. Finally, a stagehand brought out a large plunger. Trey pressed it and set off a huge explosion backstage. This show was officially released as Live Phish 14. The soundcheck's Suzy Greenberg was performed with horns, contained alternate lyrics and Bell Boy quotes.

October 31, 1996 The Omni, Atlanta, Ga. (Thu)
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The Omni, Atlanta

Soundcheck: Overload
Set 1: Sanity > Highway to Hell > Down with Disease > You Enjoy Myself, Prince Caspian > Reba, Colonel Forbin's Ascent > Fly Famous Mockingbird[1] > Character Zero, The Star Spangled Banner
Set 2: Born Under Punches (The Heat Goes On)[2] > Crosseyed and Painless[2], The Great Curve[2], Once in a Lifetime[2] > Houses in Motion[3] -> Seen and Not Seen[4] -> Listening Wind[2] > The Overload[2]
Set 3: Brother[5], Also Sprach Zarathustra[5] > Maze[5], Simple[6] -> Swept Away[5] > Steep[5] > Jesus Just Left Chicago[7] > Suzy Greenberg[8]
Encore: Frankenstein[9]
[1] Narration referred to David Byrne, who appeared in the mountain as the face of Icculus, threw Forbin off the mountain and into the arms of the "evil" Famous Mockingbird.
[2] Phish debut; Karl Perazzo on percussion, Dave Grippo on saxophone, and Gary Gazaway on trumpet.
[3] Phish debut; Karl Perazzo on percussion, Dave Grippo on saxophone, and Gary Gazaway on trumpet. Tweezer tease from Trey at the end.
[4] Phish debut; Karl Perazzo on percussion, Dave Grippo on saxophone, Gary Gazaway on trumpet, and Trey on bass.
[5] Karl Perazzo on percussion.
[6] Karl Perazzo on percussion. Mama Told Me Not to Come tease.
[7] Karl Perazzo on percussion, Dave Grippo on saxophone, Gary Gazaway on trumpet.
[8] Karl Perazzo on percussion, Dave Grippo on saxophone, Gary Gazaway on trumpet. Born Under Punches tease from Page.
[9] Dave Grippo on saxophone, Gary Gazaway on trumpet.
Notes: The Mockingbird narration included a reference to The Talking Heads’ David Byrne, who appeared in the mountain as the face of Icculus. As Trey told the story, Byrne threw Colonel Forbin off the mountain and into the arms of the “evil” Famous Mockingbird. The second set "musical costume" was The Talking Heads' Remain in Light. All of the Remain in Light songs were Phish debuts; the set featured Karl Perazzo on percussion, Dave Grippo on saxophone, and Gary Gazaway on trumpet. Perazzo also played during the entire third set. Jesus Just Left Chicago, Suzy Greenberg, and Frankenstein also featured Grippo and Gazaway. At the end of Houses in Motion (which featured Trey teasing Tweezer), an armchair was brought out to the center of the stage and Mike sat in it to sing Seen and Not Seen. While he sang, Karl Perazzo drummed and Trey played bass. After Overload, a bizarre on-stage demonstration closed the set. The third set opened with a Feel Like a Stranger tease. Suzy included a Born Under Punches tease from Page. Simple included a tease of Mama Told Me Not to Come. The soundcheck's Overload was performed with horns and briefly featured Fishman on vacuum. This show was officially released as Live Phish 15.

October 31, 1998 Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Nv. (Sat)
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Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas

Set 1: Axilla > Punch You In the Eye > Roggae, Birds of a Feather, Sneakin' Sally through the Alley[1] -> Chalk Dust Torture > Lawn Boy, Mike's Song[2] -> Frankie Says > Weekapaug Groove

Set 2: Who Loves the Sun?[3], Sweet Jane, Rock and Roll[3], Cool It Down[3], New Age[3], Head Held High[3], Lonesome Cowboy Bill > I Found a Reason[3], Train Round the Bend[3], Oh! Sweet Nuthin'[3]

Set 3: Wolfman's Brother[4] -> Piper > Ghost
Encore: Sleeping Monkey > Tweezer Reprise
[1] No vocal jam.
[2] Simple teases.
[3] Phish debut.
[4] Esther, Saw It Again, Sleeping Monkey, and Lifeboy teases.
Notes: Sneakin' Sally did not contain a vocal jam. Mike’s Song included Simple teases. The second set "musical costume" was The Velvet Underground's Loaded. All of the songs in the second set were Phish debuts, except for Sweet Jane and Lonesome Cowboy Bill (which hadn’t been played since June 10, 1995, or 267 shows). The long jam out of Wolfman’s included Esther, Saw It Again, Sleeping Monkey, and Lifeboy teases. The band left the stage during Ghost, as the sound of Trey’s delay loop ended the set. This show was webcast live and was officially released as Live Phish 16.

October 31, 2009 Empire Polo Club, Indio, Ca. (Sat)
Digital Audience (Milab VM-44 Link ; unknown transfer)

Empire Polo Club, Indio

Set 1: Sample in a Jar, Divided Sky, Lawn Boy, Kill Devil Falls, Bathtub Gin, The Squirming Coil, Runaway Jim > Possum, Run Like an Antelope[1]
Set 2: Rocks Off[2] > Rip This Joint[2], Shake Your Hips[2], Casino Boogie[3], Tumbling Dice[4], Sweet Virginia[5], Torn and Frayed[3], Sweet Black Angel[2], Loving Cup[5], Happy[4], Turd on the Run[4], Ventilator Blues[4] -> I Just Want To See His Face[6] > Let It Loose[4], All Down the Line[4], Stop Breaking Down[4], Shine a Light[4], Soul Survivor[4]
Set 3: Backwards Down the Number Line > Fluffhead > Ghost, When the Circus Comes, You Enjoy Myself
Encore: Suzy Greenberg[5]
[1] Lyrics changed to "Been you to have any Coil?"
[2] Phish debut; Dave Guy on trumpet, David Smith on trombone, and Tony Jarvis on saxophone.
[3] Phish debut.
[4] Phish debut; Sharon Jones and Saundra Williams on backup vocals, Dave Guy on trumpet, David Smith on trombone, and Tony Jarvis on saxophone.
[5] Sharon Jones and Saundra Williams on backup vocals, Dave Guy on trumpet, David Smith on trombone, and Tony Jarvis on saxophone.
[6] Phish debut; Sharon Jones and Saundra Williams on backup vocals.
Notes: This show was part of the three-show Festival 8. Playbills were distributed on-site (beginning at 12:30pm, 8 hours in advance) confirming that the second set (the band's "musical costume") would be the Rolling Stones' Exile on Main St. After Divided Sky, Trey acknowledged the beauty of the venue and announced that Page would now play a love song to the lawn since it was the first time they had played on grass in a long time. Antelope's lyrics were changed to "Been you to have any Coil, man?" (The Coil was an art installation on the venue grounds.) Set 2 began with a video highlighting selections of the 99 classic albums displayed and then systematically eliminated on the phish.com web site leading up to the festival. Selections in the montage included snippets from Michael Jackson's Thriller, T Rex's Electric Warrior, Metallica's Master of Puppets, Miles Davis's A Tribute to Jack Johnson, Fleetwood Mac's Rumours and The Doors (self titled), among others. All of the Exile on Main St songs were Phish debuts, except for Loving Cup and Sweet Virginia. All songs in the second set except for Casino Boogie, Torn and Frayed, and I Just Want To See His Face featured Dave Guy on trumpet, David Smith on trombone, and Tony Jarvis on saxophone. Tumbling Dice, Sweet Virginia, and Loving Cup through Soul Survivor also featured Sharon Jones and Saundra Williams on backup vocals. Trey introduced the horn section after Tumbling Dice and again after the completion of the costume, before saying "We are the Rolling Stones. See you later." Suzy Greenberg was played with Jones, Williams, and the horns. This show featured the first Sweet Virginia since September 26, 1999 (173 shows).

October 31, 2010 Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, N.J. (Sun)
Digital Audience (Schoeps MK41s ; Taylor C. Tape and Transfer)

Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City

Set 1: Frankenstein[1], Big Black Furry Creature from Mars, Ghost -> Spooky > Divided Sky, Roses Are Free > Funky Bitch, Boogie On Reggae Woman, Stash, Character Zero
Set 2: Fat Man in the Bathtub[2], All That You Dream[2], Oh Atlanta[2], Old Folks Boogie[3], Time Loves a Hero[4] -> Day or Night[3], Mercenary Territory[3], Spanish Moon[3], Dixie Chicken[3] -> Tripe Face Boogie[2], Rocket in My Pocket[3], Willin'[5], Don't Bogart That Joint[6], A Apolitical Blues[2], Sailin' Shoes[2], Feats Don't Fail Me Now[7]
Set 3: Down with Disease[8] > Back on the Train > Gotta Jibboo > Camel Walk, Suzy Greenberg > Wilson > Harry Hood > The Horse > Silent in the Morning > You Enjoy Myself
Encore: Julius[4]
[1] Page on keytar.
[2] Phish debut; Giovanni Hidalgo on percussion.
[3] Phish debut; Giovanni Hidalgo on percussion and Aaron Johnson, Stuart Bogie, Ian Hendrickson, Michael Leonhart and Eric Biondo on horns.
[4] Giovanni Hidalgo on percussion and Aaron Johnson, Stuart Bogie, Ian Hendrickson, Michael Leonhart and Eric Biondo on horns.
[5] Phish debut; Page on bass, Mike on piano, Trey on drums and Fish on vocals.
[6] Phish debut; A cappella.
[7] Phish debut; Page teased "Charge!" during introductions. Giovanni Hidalgo on percussion and Aaron Johnson, Stuart Bogie, Ian Hendrickson, Michael Leonhart and Eric Biondo on horns.
[8] Unfinished.
Notes: Page performed Frankenstein on keytar. Spooky was performed for the first time since April 14, 1993 (751 shows). The second set "musical costume" was Little Feat's 1978 Waiting for Columbus. Join the Band (the first track of Waiting for Columbus) was played over the PA before the start of the second set. Subsequently, Phish was introduced as "Little Feat" before Fat Man in the Bathtub. In the tradition of some of Phish's previous crowd experiments in the early '90s, flyers explaining a new Secret Language prank were included in the Phishbills that were passed out to fans as they walked into the show. The prank, designed to confuse those who would later listen to the recording, consisted of an announcer introducing Phish (as Little Feat). When the announcer would say a letter of the band FEAT ("Give me an F!"), the crowd would respond with letters corresponding to PHISH ("P-H!"). All of the songs in the second set other than Time Loves a Hero were Phish debuts. All of the songs in the second set, other than Don't Bogart That Joint and Willin', featured Giovanni Hidalgo on percussion. A five piece horn section consisting of Aaron Johnson, Stuart Bogie, Ian Hendrickson, Michael Leonhart and Eric Biondo joined the band for Old Folks Boogie, Time Loves a Hero, Day or Night, Mercenary Territory, Spanish Moon, Dixie Chicken, Rocket in My Pocket and Feats Don't Fail Me Now. Willin' featured Page on bass, Mike on piano, Trey on drums and Fish on vocals. Prior to the piano solo at the beginning of Willin', Fish remarked, "That's supposed to be Bill Payne on the keyboard." Don't Bogart That Joint was performed a cappella. Trey introduced the guest musicians at the start of Feats Don't Fail Me Now and Page teased "Charge!" during the introductions. At the conclusion of the second set, the entire band marched the perimeter of the floor. Disease was unfinished, was initially botched, and had to be restarted, prompting Fish to declare, "This one's off our album." Julius featured Giovanni Hidalgo and the Waiting for Columbus horn section.

October 31, 2013 Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, N.J. (Thu)
Digital Audience (DPA 4022s ; Scott Schneider Tape and Transfer)

Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City

Set 1: Heavy Things, The Moma Dance > Poor Heart > Back on the Train > Silent in the Morning, Kill Devil Falls, Mound, Free > Camel Walk, Stash, Golgi Apparatus > Bathtub Gin
Set 2: Wingsuit[1], Fuego[1], The Line[1], Sing Monica[2], Waiting All Night[1], Wombat[3], Snow[2], Devotion To a Dream[1], 555[1] > Winterqueen[4], Amidst the Peals of Laughter[2], You Never Know[1]
Set 3: Ghost > Carini, Birds of a Feather, Harry Hood > Bug, Run Like an Antelope[5] Encore: Quinn the Eskimo
[1] Debut.
[2] Debut; Acoustic.
[3] Debut; with Abe Vigoda and the Abe Vigoda Dancers.
[4] Phish debut.
[5] Abe Vigoda Dancers reference.
Noteworthy Jams: Stash, Fuego, Wombat, Ghost (highly recommended), Carini (highly recommended) Notes: This show was webcast via LivePhish. Breaking with tradition, Phish donned a musical costume "from the future," a yet to be recorded album that will apparently be entitled, Wingsuit. All of the songs in the second set were debuts other than Winterqueen, which was played by TAB on October 1, 2011. Sing Monica, Snow and Amidst the Peals of Laughter were all performed acoustic, and Amidst the Peals of Laughter was performed as a Page and Trey duet. Wombat featured the dance stylings of Abe Vigoda and the Abe Vigoda Dancers. Antelope also featured an Abe Vigoda Dancers reference. After the second set concluded, a short parody video of scenes from The Godfather was played featuring Abe Vigoda and the members and crew of Phish.

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October 31, 1997 Zero: McKenzie Ballroom - Springfield, Or. (Fri)
Audience DAT (AKG C61/CK1s ; Jimmy Stiefel Tape ; Charlie Miller Transfer)

Springfield, Or

Set 1: Into The Mystic, Pits Of Thunder Intro > Leave My Baby Alone (?) > Outskirts Of Town, Listen Here, Golden Road, Pits Of Thunder, Friday's Child
Set 2: Cole's Law, Catalina, Tell Me All About It, Use Me Up, Roll Me Over, Sun Sun Sun, Whiter Shade Of Pale, Can't Sit Down, E: Mercury Blues

October 31, 2001 SKB: Chester's Place - Fayetteville, Ar. (Wed)
Audience DAT (AKG 460B/CK61 - on stage ; Kevin James Tape ; Ray Brooks Transfer )

Fayetteville

Set 1: You're The One, Why Can't We All Just Samba, It's Up To You, Moon People, Freeze Frame > Five Before Funk
Set 2: A New Africa, Long Form Part One, Sabertooth, Arf She Cried, Avalon