TTFF: Grab Bag II

Denver 2011 (Charles Bridwell)

Tweezer” 7.8.03 I, Chula Vista, CA

A scorching daylight version—the fourth song of the show.

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Reba > Walk Away” 10.29.98 II, Los Angeles, CA

During the first second set of Fall ’98, Phish illustrated the musical direction the tour would take with this jam.

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Split Open and Melt” 7.12.99 I, Mansfield, MA

A funked-out first setter amidst a gorgeous sunset at Great Woods.

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Mike’s > Keyboard Cavalry” 11.21.95 II Winston-Salem, NC

In a new Miner/Trey Is My Friend joint—Phish Loops—some hidden gems have been unearthed by a series of master “chefs.” This “Mike’s Song” is one of these gems, and its last few minutes are worth the price of admission on their own. Come check out the page!

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Bathtub Gin” 9.29.00 I Las Vegas, NV

This bangin’ first set version was the highlight of Vegas’ entire two-night stand.

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Piper > Mist” Atlanta, GA 7.26.03 II

One of many outstanding “Pipers” from Summer ’03.

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Ghost” 9.8.00 I, Albany, NY

In the very first set of Fall ‘0o, the band threw down this, largely, under-the-radar jam.

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Run Like an Antelope” 5.16.94 II, Los Angeles, CA

Ever hear of this beast from The Wiltern?

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425 Responses to “TTFF: Grab Bag II”

  1. Gavinsdad Says:

    Finally…lots of Grey Fox talk from my bluegrass leaning friends on the Cape. Might take the family for a day en route to a week on the Cape mid July. I’ve been very lax about getting my entire family to fests and Grey Fox is very very family friendly FYI.

  2. [Not Tom] Says:

    The Bill Graham shows are basically this tour’s Greek.

  3. garretc Says:

    Dammit Gdiddy, you need to try harder than that to talk them out of BGCC! Save tickets for the locals!

    Damn migrants stealing our Phish shows…

  4. thedayman Says:

    they took our jobs!

  5. butter Says:

    nice, last minute rally cry

    got my buddy who loved Greek and loathed Outside lands to throw in the low odds 4 / each night BGC

    hey NT

  6. garretc Says:

    By the way:

    Woostah ’98 Simple

    Yes. Very much yes.

  7. butter Says:

    14 year gap in my Woost shows

  8. butter Says:

    after June 7th

  9. thedayman Says:

    woosta will slay. looking forward to catching the midwest run.

  10. acleo Says:

    Anyone else notice how hockey and phish compliment each other? I turned the sound down on the game and jammed some Piper 03, sweet. Sending out mad good vibes to the BB for leg 2 lotto!!!!!!

  11. joe Says:

    Manchester set 2 (actually now in Reba Jam part now-manteca specifically) with canucks/kings on (between periods, Seguin subtle nifty game winner highlights). Pefect combo

  12. Mr. Palmer Says:

    They were blasting Chalk Dust during game stoppage in vancouver earlier.

    #weareeverywhere

  13. joe Says:

    …Backwards down the numberline and live action now…

    Is Kenny Powers ok?

  14. acleo Says:

    @ MP think red light had anything to do with that?
    #hahaha
    I can remember hearing a Phish jam in 2003 on the weather channel local on the 8’s once…i couldn’t guess the tune…drove me crazy!!!

  15. Gavinsdad Says:

    Hello Philly

    It’s nitecap time.

  16. dognamedwilson Says:

    Dey brok tis jaaaaar!!

  17. acleo Says:

    NYE 10 Camel walk= good ice time

  18. sumodie Says:

    The Bill Graham shows are basically this tour’s Greek.

    If they were actually playing the Greek I’d hit those dates in a heartbeat

    But since the boys picked BGCC then Dick’s is easily my top Leg2 pick

    of course if I hit the lotto then I may go nutz trying to swing both 😉

    ptbm deadline tomorrow at Noon EST

  19. garretc Says:

    Nice, Woostah ’98 Gin is pretty slick too. Fishman lifted that beat straight outta the Island Twist, sounds like!

    Nice little counterweight to the demonic Simple

  20. [Not Tom] Says:

    Anyone know of or have a good list of the shows that have been broadcast on FM radio? I’m talking about shows like 12/31/93 and I think many of the festivals have been broadcast as well. Trying to figure out what’s out there to seek out, since there all basically archive shows.

  21. Robear Says:

    Garret, that set was the end of tour, take everything you have left, psychedelic meltdown. Wait till you hit the encore.

  22. thedayman Says:

    man the uic waves has some real tasty whale in it.

  23. DaNcInG fOoL Says:

    Finishing school forever this week. Jesus.

  24. joe Says:

    Not Tom: One of the Great Woods 95 and New Year’s 96 were broadcast on WBCN (RIP) in Boston. Had someone tape those shows for me back in the day(you old bastard!) While at the show. Probably two of my most listened to tapes in the old car ever.

  25. MiA Says:

    One of the fewer bright points at Coventry was while during a longer pause between songs someone way right screamed out “They’re taking our jobs!!!!” To which some someone replied way left “They’re taaaaking ouur jooooob….” suddenly about 12-15 people were chanting “they’re taking our jobs!!!”

    Crowd humor pretty funny sometimes. Good one Garret.

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