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Trey teased Gloria (Laura Branigan) in Run Like an Antelope and in Suzy Greenberg. The second set opened with the Phish debut of Gloria (the St. Louis Blues won the Stanley Cup during setbreak and Gloria had become the team's victory song during the season). Twist contained Woman From Tokyo teases from Page. Trey teased Dave's Energy Guide in Light. The Final Hurrah was quoted in First Tube.

This show featured the Phish debut of Drift While You're Sleeping. Trey teased Plasma before Stash. Trey teased Gloria (Laura Branigan) in Theme From the Bottom. The Final Hurrah was quoted in Tube and at the end of Character Zero. Page teased The Very Long Fuse in NMINML. Piper contained a Rhapsody in Blue tease. Trey and Page teased We're Off to See the Wizard in Limb By Limb.

Mimi Fishman addressed the crowd before the show and noted that the band was donating a portion of the proceeds from the show to charity. After Sleeping Monkey, Trey announced that the show was brought to you by the letter M (referencing all the second-set songs with “M”-titles) and the number 420. This show marked the Phish debut of Mean Mr. Mustard, complete with a John Popper (cloaked in a cape and hobbling with a cane to the roar of the audience) cameo as the “dirty old man.” Popper stayed on stage to lend his harmonica to a very short Weekapaug closer and Funky Bitch encore.

Soundcheck: Jam > Funky Bitch > Jam, Poor Heart > John Hardy, Amazing Grace, Poor Heart

SET 1: Wilson > Sparkle > Simple -> It's Ice -> Mind Left Body Jam > It's Ice > If I Could, The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony > Suzy Greenberg, Divided Sky, Amazing Grace[1]

SET 2: Maze, Fee[2] -> Scent of a Mule, Tweezer, Lifeboy, You Enjoy Myself -> The Vibration of Life -> You Enjoy Myself, Tweezer Reprise

ENCORE: Sample in a Jar


Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Tweezer contained a Power of Soul tease and YEM contained a Frankenstein tease. The YEM vocal jam was based on Hello Skinny. Amazing Grace (both in the soundcheck and during the show) was performed without microphones. The soundcheck's first Poor Heart featured alternate lyrics and the second Poor Heart was the slow version.

Possum contained Fire (Ohio Players) teases from Trey and Mike as well as Jingle Jangle Jingle whisting near the end. Reba contained Rocky Mountain Way and Hold Your Head Up teases. I Didn't Know featured Fish on Madonna washboard and included a quote of The End (The Doors) from Trey. Mike’s Song included a Sunday Papers tease from Mike and a Yield Not to Temptation jam. Weekapaug included Gypsy Queen, I Wish, and Possum teases. Faht featured Fish on acoustic guitar and the beginning of My Friend featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Amazing Grace was performed without microphones. This show was released as part of the St. Louis '93 box set.


Kung segued into a Dave's Energy Guide jam before turning back into Stash, which also featured Kung quotes. The second Kung was recited while Trey, using an acoustic guitar, improvised on the intro to Horse and contained a brief Pinball Wizard jam. The second Kung and The Horse featured Trey on acoustic guitar and the intro to The Horse contained a Harry Hood tease. I Didn't Know featured Fish on the Madonna washboard. At the beginning of the second set, Trey’s friend Roger Holloway got on stage and asked his girlfriend Jen to marry him. She said yes, and in response the band played AC/DC Bag (which references Roger in the lyrics), which also included Woman from Tokyo teases. The Spooky Jam inside of YEM included a verse sung by Page. The YEM vocal jam included a Jeopardy! tease. Harpua featured teases of Dream Weaver and The Jetsons theme as well as vocal quotes from The End (The Doors); the narration centered on a story about people who steal your dreams at night. This show was released as part of the St. Louis '93 box set.

The Mockingbird narration contained an Iron Man tease from Mike and a Wilson tease from Page. Bowie included Simpsons and All Fall Down signals and Hood contained an Aw Fuck! signal. Carolina was performed without microphones. Faht featured Fish on acoustic guitar. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone.

Tweezer contained a tease from Trey of Pictures of Matchstick Men.  The vocal jam in YEM was based loosely on the song Rock On (David Essex) and was followed by a Bag-Vac solo from Fish. BBFCFM included a We're Off to See the Wizard tease and was dedicated to hockey player Brett Hull, who, at that time, played for the St. Louis Blues. After Cracklin’ Rosie, Trey remarked that the entire Blues hockey team was guest listed for the show and that he was glad to see one of them, (actually Trey’s friend and Aftermath co-author) Roger Holloway, in attendance. Suzy contained a Sailor's Hornpipe tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.
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