Weekend Nuggets: Fall Tours Past


10.29.1995 Louisville Gardens, Louisville, KY < Torrent

10.29.1995 Louisville Gardens, Louisville, KY < Megaupload

Pollock - 1995

Phish’s famous final show before Halloween ’95 – a two-set rager with a superb “David Bowie” anchoring the second half.

I: Buried Alive > Poor Heart, Julius, Punch You In the Eye, Cars Trucks Buses, The Horse > Silent in the Morning, Split Open and Melt, NICU, Gumbo, Slave to the Traffic Light, Sweet Adeline

II: Makisupa Policeman > David Bowie, The Mango Song, It’s Ice > Kung > It’s Ice,  Shaggy Dog > Possum*, Lifeboy, Amazing Grace

E: Funky Bitch

*Beat It teases.

Source: AKG 460/ck61


Jam Of the Weekend:

Bathtub Gin > YEM” 11.29.98 II

This farewell combo closed Fall Tour ’98 in Worcester, MA.




“Run Like An Antelope” 11.2.1996 – A preview of Phish’s upcoming DVD


1,140 Responses to “Weekend Nuggets: Fall Tours Past”

  1. Jtran Says:

    No spoilers on this. From the Split > Catapault to 11/23/97 Gin!

  2. Mr.Miner Says:

    Forgot some crucial midtempo/dub albums on that torrent. Gonna make another- much smaller one

  3. Snigglebeach Says:


    If you can’t be right in front, behind the stage is great. Sounds great and usually your close enough to the band to actually see them. It was better however when Fishman was in back, then they turned around a lot to communicate..

    Sometimes the lights are not as impressive from the back. I have Sec X for mullins which is back corner, and i plan on stealing seats behind the stage. always room there, and 10x better than opposite end.

  4. Robear Says:

    behind stage:

    you can watch the cats riding the rail

    you can see the lights wash the crowd, but like sniggle said, they’re less impressive overall.

  5. Jtran Says:


    I’m in section X there too. Any clue how many rows are in the lower, and when the upper starts?

  6. Snigglebeach Says:

    Jtran, wondering the same thing. am i upper or lower???

    Like i said, i will prob go behind the stage anyway. Or try and get stubbed onto the floor…..

  7. Jtran Says:

    I think I’m row 35…pretty sure that’s upper but can’t find it anywhere.

  8. Snigglebeach Says:

    I’ve mentioned it before, but,

    In the old days, i would always sit behind the stage at arena shows (as i never got a floor seat). With the old setup, i would try and snag seats at an angle from Trey’s setup to behind Fishman. Then whenever they would get into something really good, Trey would turn around smile or thumb up or whatever to Fish, but it would seem like he was turning to me for my approval. Even when i wasn’t tripping it seemed like i was somehow involved…..

  9. Robear Says:

    well Palmer, did Carson light it up against the prevent D, or should I go pluck a crow and pre-heat the oven?

  10. Robear Says:

    great post @ Sniggle, re: behind stage. good moments side and back seats.

  11. Henry Says:

    Did Trey get his t-shirt ideas from Karl Perrazo?

  12. Mr.Palmer Says:

    He did fine Robear, got some garbage points.

    Arian Foster was a beast. 231 yards….

  13. oldskool Says:

    and 3 TD’s, Foster killed me today!!

    @Palmer, ended up with quite a few fantasy points in the end

  14. Mr.Miner Says:

    @ sniggle

    check received.

  15. KWL Says:

    re: behind stage

    cinci 03, pretty high up, watched fish all night, plenty of room, had a blast

    msg 09 briefly, pretty awesome to see the crowd go crazy when the lights went up on the house in golgi. very cool.

    would probably choose behind stage instead of corner next to stage

  16. sumodie Says:

    @jtran: yeah, don’t do that UMass 2 for 3 trade -too complicated & with a stranger


    Behind the stage can be an awesome place, complete with interesting sight lines and good to great sound.

    UMass, in particular, is not that big -the energy at those December 95 shows was off the hook, and this year will be the same, no matter where you are inside.

  17. sumodie Says:

    Psytrance albums finally making it into my library and onto the pod. Think I’ve already helped to seed 50 gb of that mutha torrent and counting.

    @Miner: thanks again for the music -I’ll be curious to check out the upcoming torrent too

  18. KWL Says:

    the camden chalkdust is stunningly good

  19. Gavinsdad Says:

    Ditto anyone that said behind stage. A fallback perch of mine for years.

  20. butter Says:

    @oldskool – Stafford injury looks very serious, came out for second half with a huge sling , and not dressed from the waste up.

    Peppers just crushed his throwing shoulder into the turf….I’m saying half the season at least

  21. BeantownBoy Says:

    I think that all of these shows are going to be fairly loose in terms of seating with people flowing easily between sections, stubbing down, etc.

  22. Mr.Miner Says:

    @ sumo
    sounds great.

    upcoming torrent will have all mid/slower music-

    3 albums by OTT. OTT is to psydub what Simon is to psytrance…He is a beast. One album is a ll dub remixes of Hallucinogen trance tracks and a couple of his own albums…i’ll get it posted in a few hours…

  23. oldskool Says:

    Too bad about Stafford, that is a shame. Pretty rough game in Philly so far too. Kolb knocked out in his first game and Ryan Grant and a few others out as well. I needed Grant to have a big fantasy day, oh well…

  24. Lycanthropist Says:

    New Chance Fisher:


    Chance Fisher live at The Mockingbird Cafe
    September 11th, 2010


    I: Square Root of One, Rattlesnake > The River Runs Through Her, Tax Dollars, Aluminum Boy, Eviction Notice > Shower Song > Atrophy Road, Cosmic Dirigible

    II: Brokedown Palace, Crepes and Bananas, Trust Me, Circles in the Ground, Do What You Like

    Notes: A River Runs Through Her played last 10/24/09
    Shower Song played last 9/23/06
    Trust Me played last 6/21/09

  25. Lycanthropist Says:

    a very chill show..

    it was very hot, outdoor, and early evening

    we had listened to a good bit of dead on the way there..

    a much more chill than average CF show.

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