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Here is one of Phish’s most unique shows of all time. For starters, imagine walking into a show that opened with “Kung.” The odd opener proceeded to be the portal to a complete first-set Gamehendge narration in the band’s first visit to West Virginia. Capped with a triumphant “Divided Sky,” the first set was enough to carry any show. But the second set was even more unique than the first. Coming on stage, the band played their newly released album of Hoist in its entirety. Not only did they play all the songs in the same order, they played them identically to the album versions; or as close as humanly possible. The band even tacked a “Split” jam on the end of “Demand,” though not quite as nasty as jam from 4.21.93 in Columbus, OH that is featured on Hoist. Throw a rare “Tube” in a four song encore, and you’ve got a certifiable piece of Phish history that is a must have for any collector.
I: Kung > Llama > Lizards > Tela > Wilson > AC/DC Bag > Colonel Forbin’s Ascent > Famous Mockingbird > The Sloth > McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters > The Divided Sky
E: The Old Home Place**, Amazing Grace, Tube, Fire
*With “Split Open and Melt” jam & “Y-Rushalayim Schel Zahav” ending.**First time played.
VIDEO OF WEEKEND:
6.21.94 “Mound” Cincinnati, OH
Tags: 1994, Weekend Nuggets