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SET 1: Footprints in the Snow, Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms, Walking the Dog, The Prisoner's Song, I Wonder Where You Are Tonight, Dreams, Roll On Buddy, Roll On, It's a Long, Long Way to the Top of the World, Midnight on the Stormy Deep, Don't Stop the Music, High on a Mountain, Loggin' Man, I Feel the Blues Movin' In, Beauty of My Dreams, Nashville Cats, Smoking Gun, Learnin' the Blues, Good Man Like Me, Pride (In the Name of Love), 1952 Vincent Black Lightning, Little Cabin Home on the Hill, My Love Will Not Change, Hot Wired, Passing Through, Banjo Frisco, One Has My Name, Millenberg Joy, I'll Fly Away


Fish sat in for Beauty of My Dreams through Passing Through in Del McCoury Band's set at World of Bluegrass. All of the songs Fish sat in on also featured Sam Bush. Nashville Cats through Passing Through also featured Jerry Douglas. Good Man Like Me and Pride (In the Name of Love) featured Dierks Bentley. I'll Fly Away included all the aforementioned guests plus Cody Kilby and Perservation Hall Jazz Band.

Fish sat in on drums for Brown-Eyed Women and possibly other songs during this performance.

This show was webcast via Live Phish. The first Tweezer included Walk This Way teases from Trey. Trey teased Mercury in the second Tweezer. Runaway Jim contained Funiculi Funicula teases from Trey. Scents and Subtle Sounds did not have the intro. Trey teased If I Only Had a Brain and Mike teased Gotta Jibboo in A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing. Taste included a Scents and Subtle Sounds tease from Trey. Have Mercy was quoted in Possum. The Final Hurrah was quoted at the end of Tweezer Reprise.

This show featured the debuts of Put Down Your Phone, I Am Random, and My Favorite Mistake. Crazy Sometimes contained Frankenstein teases as well as I Dream of Jeannie, Gilligan’s Island, Brady Bunch, and Flintstones theme teases.

This performance was part of Christmas Jam. After Pendulum, Mike and Scott moved to a side stage while the band's equipment was being cleared off the main stage and performed three songs acoustic as a duo starting with the Mike Gordon debut of Wild and Blue.

This show was webcast for free via Live Phish. Page teased the theme from Barney Miller after Wombat. Trey quoted Clowny Clown Clown in Saw It Again. Saw It Again was teased and quoted in Timber. Trey quoted In My Feelings and did a dance associated with the song during Meatstick. The first Runaway Jim and the second Run Like an Antelope contained Thread quotes.

This performance was part of Christmas Jam and was webcast via nugs.tv. Aqui Como Alla was performed for the first time since July 27, 2001.

SET 1: Miss You [1], Midnight Rider[1]


This performance was part of Christmas Jam, was webcast via nugs.tv, and featured Trey on guitar for “Miss You” and “Midnight Rider.”

Different World began with a Look What You Made Me Do quote, a Ramble On tease and quote, and a Pinball Wizard tease. This show featured the Mike Gordon debut of Current Futures. This setlist is unverified.

This show featured the Mike Gordon debut of Mind Mischief and the debuts of Pendulum and So Far Gone.

Llama was performed in a slow funk style. Weekapaug included No Quarter teases from Trey.

Bowie contained a Beauty of a Broken Heart tease from Trey. Chalk Dust was unfinished. Twist, Reba, and Character Zero included Fuego teases. Character Zero also contained a Wingsuit tease from Trey.

SET 1: Flash Jam, Cactus Dragonfly Jam


Mike sat in with Gov't Mule for the listed segment, the latter also featuring guest Craig Sorrells.

Machine Gun (Jimi Hendrix) was teased by Trey and Fish before and during AC/DC Bag. During Alumni, Fish stated he didn't have a degree and later said he did. After Alumni, Trey said that Fish did have a degree, adding that they met in 1983 at UVM and that Fish held a very interesting record: the lowest grade point average ever recorded at UVM. Fish added "for a non-fraternity student" and both Trey and Fish joked about Fish's GPA (giving low numbers). Trey added that they were both saved by Page at Goddard and that Page earned $100 for recruiting them to Goddard. Trey introduced Tube and My Sweet One as Fish songs, asking the crowd to count the number of times "you" appeared in the song. There was a delay in starting My Sweet One until Page said they had a lot of interesting stories (about Fish), prompting Fish to immediately start the song. Mike's and Suzy contained Crosseyed teases from Trey. Tweezer contained a Cars Trucks Buses tease from Mike. BBFCFM included Trey singing into his microphone that he raised above his head, playing his guitar behind his head and running around the stage and Mike playing his bass on his knees.

Before "Burn That Bridge" Trey joked that he wanted to say how genuinely happy he was to be playing here, without sounding like "Hello, Springton!" (from The Simpsons via Spinal Tap). This show marked the debut of "Frost" that Trey noted had been written by himself and Tom Marshall about a week previous.

This was the first show since November 22, 1992 (846 shows) to open with two instrumental songs. Been Caught Stealing was played for the first time since December 28, 1998 (298 shows). My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending.

In NICU, the lyric "Play it, Leo!" was replaced with "Leo's House!" Scent of a Mule contained a tease of The Tra La La Song (One Banana, Two Banana) from Page. Trey and Mike wore identical T-shirts in the first set. Trey said he wouldn't give away who was on their shirts, but said during the beginning of Mockingbird that it was "the famous mockingbird!" (The face on the shirt was actually local musician David Mayfield; Trey and Mike had apparently seen him the previous night). The shirts were again referenced during Icculus, with the image showing on the video screens and Trey saying it was written by the man on the screen. The Rock and Roll jam featured a tease from Mike of A Love Supreme. Reba did not contain the whistling ending. Bike was played for the first time since June 18, 2009 (100 shows). During his vacuum solo, Fish teased Somewhere Over the Rainbow. After his solo, Fish forgot the words to Bike, prompting the band to play HYHU. In the soundcheck, Funky Bitch was briefly teased before Dog Log began.

"15 Step" contained "Take Five" teases from Mike. "Suskind" featured a "Swingtown" tease and "Mound" featured an "Odd Couple theme" tease, both from Tom.

This show featured the first Fuck Your Face since April 29, 1987 (1,413 shows). AC/DC Bag contained Buried Alive teases. YEM contained Fuck Your Face and Moving in Stereo (The Cars) teases. The YEM vocal jam included portions of Proud Mary and Get Back interspersed with Dong Work for Yuda (Frank Zappa) and Slow Ride quotes.

This show featured the first Time Loves a Hero since December 31, 2002 (127 shows), the first Have Mercy since December 10, 1999 (189 shows), and the first Light Up Or Leave Me Alone since December 30, 1999 (181 shows), which was unfinished and subsequently teased in Suzy.

This show featured the Phish debuts of When the Cactus is in Bloom and Alaska. Before Dog Faced Boy, Trey explained that while living with Fish, he wrote Dog Faced Boy, Tube and Gumbo based on entries in one of Fish’s journals. During Dog Faced Boy, Fish left his drum kit and lay down in front of the stage because he didn’t need to sing the song. Lengthwise (performed a cappella) was played for the first time since July 28, 1998 (233 shows). Bold as Love was played for the first time since October 6, 2000 (74 shows).

No known setlist


This show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Papa Mali (guitar); Marco Benevento (keyboards); Jane Kramer Edens (guitar, flute, vocals); Molly Rose Reed (guitar, banjo, vocals); Eleanor Underhill (banjo, harmonica, vocals); Luke Quaranta (percussion); Justin Perkins (kora, guitar); and Jonathan Scales (steel drums).

The Bridge opened. "Bury Me Beneath the Willow" (Woody Guthrie) was a Mike Gordon debut. "On a Bad Day," "Bury Me Beneath the Willow" and "I'm A Little Bit Lonesome" were performed acoustic. Members of The Bridge sat in with Mike's band for the "Skin It Back" (Little Feat) encore, also a Mike Gordon debut. 

SET 1: Out of the Blue, Lord Only Knows, Looking Back over My Shoulder, Another Day, Molly & Tenbrooks, If You're Ever in Oklahoma, Finally Saw the Light, Left Me in a Hole, Freeborn Man > Wheel Hoss > Freeborn Man, Southbound [1], Only a Northern Song[1]

SET 2: Death Trip[1], Classic Situation[1], Catch a Criminal[1], Hold Whatcha Got[1], Nothin' But Nothin'[1], I'm the Slime[1], My Gal[1], Just the Same[1], Damned If The Right One Didn't Go Wrong[1], King Ebeneezer[1] > Angel[1] > Follow Me Down To The Riverside[1] > Angel[1]

ENCORE: Dim Lights, Thick Smoke (And Loud, Loud Music)[1], Granny Wontcha Smoke Some Marijuana[1]


Fish sat in with Yonder Mountain String Band from "Southbound" through the end of the show.

Trey performed “Sleep” though “Waste” solo acoustic, including the TAB debut of “Camel Walk.” “Low” included “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” teases. "Cincinnati" was performed without the introduction and and contained "Who Are You" teases from Trey.

After “Push On” Trey introduced drummer Jeff Sipe and dedicated “Goodbye Head” to Jeff’s children, who were in attendance. Trey performed “Sample” through “Hood” solo acoustic. Before “Hood” Trey playfully asked the crowd if they’d forgive him if he’d try the song they were asking for “as long as you don’t throw a bottle of beer at me if I mess up.” After “Hood” Trey offered a shout-out to Salsa’s, a nearby Mexican restaurant and a tribute to all the great shows he had performed in Asheville. This gig featured the debut of "Words to Wanda."

Mike & The Duo were scheduled to open for Phil Lesh & Friends; due to travel difficulties P&F performed their two-set show first and Mike & The Duo closed the show. The jam that preceeded "Foam" contained "Foam" themes from Mike. "Mike's Song" was performed instrumental.

Soundcheck: Jam

SET 1: Jam > Cumberland Blues > Chalk Dust Torture -> On a Plain > Wave the Ocean > Sweet Thing -> Jam [1] > Waves[1] -> Jam[1] -> Angel[1] > Loose Lucy[1]


This gig was part of the seventeenth annual Christmas Jam, a benefit for Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity. Other performers included Gov't Mule, Hot Tuna, Ray LaMontagne and John Scofield. "Chalk Dust Torture" contained a "Right Off" (Miles Davis) tease. Ivan Neville sat in on keyboards for the latter portion of the jam out of Van Morrison's "Sweet Thing" through the end of the set. A soundboard of the thirteen-minute jam from this gig's soundcheck circulates.

SET 1: I Know You Rider [1]


This gig was part of the seventeenth annual Christmas Jam, a benefit for Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity. Other performers included SerialPodHot TunaRay LaMontagne and John Scofield. The encore of "I know You Rider" saw Warren Haynes joined by Trey, Bill Kreutzmann, Dave Schools and Marty Stuart (without Matt Abts or Andy Hess).

This pre-Xmas Jam gig was in support of Gov't Mule. "Goin' Down Slow" and "Iko Iko" featured Warren Haynes on guitar and Ivan Neville on keyboards. "Sugaree" featured Warren Haynes on guitar and Danny Louis on keyboards. This setlist is unconfirmed.

This was a single set performance opening for The Rolling Stones. Trey dedicated “Sweet Dreams Melinda” to his mom (who was in attendance) on her birthday.

Grace Potter and the Nocturnals opened. A pre-recorded version of “70 Volt Parade” was played over the P.A. as the band took the stage. Trey performed “Back on the Train” through “Waste” solo acoustic. Trey dedicated “Waste” to the producer of Billy Breathes (and Joy), Steve Lillywhite, who was in attendance.

This show featured the debut of “Dark and Down” and the TAB debut of “Sledgehammer” (Peter Gabriel). “Back on the Train” was performed solo acoustic. Les and Skeeto did not play on “Love is Freedom,” which Trey performed acoustic.

Jazz Mandolin Project (w/Fishman) opened. Page performed “Wading in the Velvet Sea” and “Electra Glide” solo on an acoustic, upright piano. Fish sat in on drums for “Magilla.” This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.

Seven Below included a Mozambique tease. After Seven Below, Trey “welcomed” Mike back to the stage (followed by a “Charge!” tease, with Mike’s name inserted). Trey teased Simple in Prince Caspian.

Kung (first since September 29, 1999, or 106 shows) was sung over the jam connecting Drowned and Twist. Bowie included a full-band Tweezer tease.

Trey teased San-Ho-Zay in Chalk Dust. Instead of emerging from behind the piano with his own microphone for Lawn Boy, Page came front stage and used Trey’s microphone and stand. The move prompted a raucous response from the crowd. A portion of the Piper jam was based around the chords to Oye Como Va. Trey subsequently teased Oye Como Va, as well as Another One Bites the Dust, during YEM. Carolina was played for the first time since November 18, 1998 (144 shows). The YEM vocal jam included a Daniel Saw the Stone tease. Proud Mary was performed a cappella (including renderings of the musical breaks) to conclude the vocal jam. Only one other version of Proud Mary is known – a full-band version at the first ever Phish show on December 2, 1983 (1,362 shows).

Happy Birthday was sung and then played for road manager Brad Sands. Other Halloween recognition included an on-stage jack-o-lantern, and Jennifer Hartswick sporting an amazing wig! Windora Bug included a Stash tease. Tops Off found Trey whipping off his shirt and whirling it around his head; the remainder of the show saw all band members fully clothed.

SET 1: Rocking Horse, Thorazine Shuffle, Mule, Sco-Mule, Banks of the Deep End [1], Time to Confess[1], Bad Little Doggie, Blind Man, Almost Cut My Hair

ENCORE: Masters of War > Rockin’ In the Free World


This Mule lineup included several special guests on bass. Mike played bass on “Banks of the Deep End” and “Time to Confess.” Oteil Burbridge played bass on “Rocking Horse” and “Thorazine Shuffle”; Dave Schools played bass on “Bad Little Doggie” through the end of the set. John Popper joined in for “Mule” while Kevin Kinney and Audley Freed sat in for “Masters of War.” This set was the finale of the annual Warren Haynes Christmas Jam that also featured Drivin’ and Cryin’, Blues Traveler and Phil Lesh and Friends.

The band marched in through the crowd wearing marching band uniforms for the opening “When the Saints Come Marching In,” which was a TAB debut. Trey and Tony were on acoustic for "Happiness In My Pants" with Russ. Trey performed “Mountains in the Mist” solo acoustic. THe debut of “Sweet Dreams Melinda” was introduced by it’s original name, “Til I Met You.” Mike sat in for the entire encore. Mike and Trey only performed on ”Hard Hearted” (a TAB debut) and “Possum,” both on acoustic guitars. Following the TAB debut of “Yellow Submarine,” the crowd continued to sing the chorus as the entire band marched out the same way they came in.

Before the show, Mike brought a big shaggy doll on the stage and sat it on top of his bass cabinet. Page teased the theme from Star Trek in Sand. Possum included Shafty teases from Mike. Velvet Sea ended with a short, spacey delay loop jam. This show is available as an archival release on LivePhish.com.

Soundcheck: Loving Cup, Funky Bitch (slow), Back at the Chicken Shack, Water in the Sky, Sleep (electric), Back at the Chicken Shack (Trey Solo)

SET 1: Back on the Train, What's the Use?, Billy Breathes, My Mind's Got a Mind of its Own > Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley[1], Axilla > Rift, Wolfman's Brother > Maze, Loving Cup

SET 2: Also Sprach Zarathustra > Down with Disease > My Left Toe -> Wading in the Velvet Sea -> My Left Toe > Bug > You Enjoy Myself

ENCORE: Possum[2] > Funky Bitch[2]


Sneakin' Sally included a Super Bad tease from Trey and did not contain a vocal jam. The encore featured Derek Trucks on slide guitar.

The first set was Trey solo acoustic and the second set was electric TAB. Billy Breathes was performed on piano. This show marked the Trey Anastasio debut of Name as well as the Phish staple Strange Design and the cover of Hendrix’s The Wind Cries Mary.

Trey teased San-Ho-Zay in Ghost. 2001 included a Crosseyed and Painless tease. The YEM vocal jam featured a guest appearance by Heloise Williams of the band viperHouse.

No known setlist


Trey sat in on guitar for the second set. It was at this show that Trey met viperHouse keyboardist Ray Paczkowski, who would join TAB. Phish had performed earlier in the evening at the Lawrence Joel Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum, where viperHouse’s Heloise Williams provided additional vocals during the You Enjoy Myself vocal jam. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.

Ghost contained San-Ho-Zay teases from Trey. The long, surreal Mockingbird narration offered an “explanation” for the evening’s lunar eclipse. Mockingbird was played for the first time since Halloween, 1996 (135 shows).

Disease contained a Can't You Hear Me Knocking tease. Stash and Bathtub Gin were unfinished. This show was released as part of the Hampton/Winston-Salem '97 box set.

Soundcheck: Limb By Limb (x3), Vultures, Water in the Sky, Saw It Again (first verse only)

SET 1: Runaway Jim -> My Soul, Water in the Sky, Stash, Bouncing Around the Room, Vultures, Bye Bye Foot, Taste

SET 2: Down with Disease[1] -> Mike's Song > Simple -> I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, Hello My Baby

ENCORE: When the Circus Comes > Harry Hood


The first set of this show was performed during a furious lightning storm; during Taste, the band even jammed along with the thunder and lightning. Mother (Pink Floyd) was teased by Trey in Bye Bye Foot. Down with Disease was unfinished. Weekapaug also included a Hydrogen tease from Trey and closed with a Can’t You Hear Me Knocking tease. This show is also available on DVD from Phish Dry Goods.

Antelope included Star Spangled Banner and Voodoo Child teases, and was dedicated by Trey to Fish’s then-14-year old cousin Jason Roberts for winning a guitar competition.

Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. My Long Journey Home and I’m Blue I’m Lonesome were performed acoustic. My Friend did not contain the "Myfe" ending. Take Me to the River, which was incomplete, made its Phish debut in the second set. Trey teased Rock Lobster in the second David Bowie. Mike's Song contained a theme from Mission: Impossible tease by Page. The second Dog Log in the soundcheck was a cappella.

This show included the first performance of the slow arrangement of Poor Heart. Trey teased the James Bond Theme in Stash and Tweezer in Suzy.

Halley's Comet was preceded by "Charge!" teases from Trey. Dog Faced Boy was preceded by several false starts of Split Open And Melt by Fish. YEM featured Boyd Tinsley on fiddle for a portion of the jam and included Oye Como Va teases. The YEM vocal jam contained a Lovin' You (Minnie Riperton) quote from Fish.

Antelope contained a brief Dixie tease from Trey and YEM contained a tease of Simple.  At the end of YEM’s vocal jam (during which the words to Catapult were spoken), the band chanted and shouted “Greenpeace Mike.” Nellie Kane, Beaumont Rag, and Foreplay/Long Time were performed acoustic.

Soundcheck: The Old Home Place, Funky Bitch > Jam > Pendulum > Colour My World > Self

SET 1: The Curtain > Sample in a Jar, Reba, Mound, Julius, The Horse > Silent in the Morning, David Bowie -> Catapult[1] -> David Bowie, I Didn't Know[2], Golgi Apparatus

SET 2: The Landlady, Poor Heart > Tweezer > It's Ice > Lifeboy > Divided Sky, Suzy Greenberg > Cavern

ENCORE: Ya Mar[3], Tweezer Reprise


Trey teased Buried Alive in Julius and Julius in the intro to The Horse. Catapult was sung as the Bowie hi-hat intro started. I Didn’t Know saw Fish play his bass drum pedal on his knees, and also used Trey's megaphone, instead of taking his usual vacuum or trombone solo. Ya Mar included a brief Dixie tease from Trey and a Simpsons signal.

Jump Monk was played for the first time since March 12, 1988 (727 shows). Tequila was teased before Demand and also during Bowie. Bowie also included Dave's Energy Guide teases. The Mockingbird narration contained Also Sprach Zarathustra teases from Page. Contact included a Blue Bayou tease from Page.

Foam contained a brief Dixie tease from Trey and Possum contained an All Fall Down signal. The guest trampoline jumper during Mike’s Song was then-nine year old fan Katherine Lang. Hydrogen contained the lyrics "I walk awakening on the misty fields of forever." Amazing Grace was performed without microphones. The Drums Jam featured Carter Beauford of the Dave Matthews Band; the rest of the encore (including the Phish debut of All Along the Watchtower) featured the entire band. All Along the Watchtower included a Theme from The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly tease from LeRoi Moore. The opening act was Dave Matthews Band.

Split Open and Melt contained Nellie Kane teases. The Horse and the beginning of My Friend featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Antelope contained a Simple Gifts tease and Chalk Dust included Crimes of the Mind teases. My Friend contained an Aw Fuck! signal and did not have the "Myfe" ending. This show marked the first public Phish performance of Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home? (it had previously been played at a private show on May 28, 1990). The encore featured Page’s father, Dr. Jack McConnell, on piano. The Piano Duet also featured Fish on washboard.

Possum contained a Get Up (I Feel Like Being a) Sex Machine tease from Trey. The Bowie intro included Simpsons, Random Note, and Oom Pa Pa signals. Trey later teased Manteca in Bowie. The beginning of My Friend featured Trey on acoustic guitar. BBJ contained "Charge!" and Call to the Post teases from Page. YEM contained a Mission: Impossible theme tease from Page, a Black and White (David I. Arkin and Earl Robinson) tease from Mike, and Sunshine of Your Love teases. Verses of Sunshine of Your Love were subsequently quoted in the YEM vocal jam. Lengthwise was performed with vacuum accompaniment.

The Esther intro contained a Random Note signal and Antelope contained All Fall Down and Oom Pa Pa signals. Mike teased Yakety Sax in Antelope. I Didn't Know featured Fish on trombone. At the request of Matt Heller, Fish ran around the audience and the balcony with his vacuum during Bike. Trey sang some of the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Contact was dedicated to Charlie, the bus driver.

The beginning of the show, as well as the Antelope jam, contained We're Off to See the Wizard teases. Mike’s Song was preceded by an Auld Lang Syne tease and subsequently contained a Stairway to Heaven tease. My Sweet One contained Oom Pa Pa, Me And My Arrow, Simpsons, Random Note, and Aw Fuck! signals and featured the band squawking at Page.  Hood contained several references to some fan’s T-shirt. After Love You, Fish continued to play the Bag-Vac during Cold As Ice. Memories and Sweet Adeline were performed without microphones.

Foam contained an All Things Reconsidered tease. Bowie included Simpsons and Oom Pa Pa signals. The second set was preceded by birthday wishes for a fan named "Amy" and a remark that Buried Alive was inspired by Jimmy Herring. Possum included a Random Note and two Aw Fuck! signals (including one from Mike). Harpua was set in the “teeming jungles of Brazil” and included a special guest appearance by Marley as “a vicious, flesh eating animal.” There were theme from Brazil teases, a brief full-band Fire tease, high-pitched “Brazil” squawks from Fish, and a preview of the Clifford Ball motto (four years early) as Trey introduced Page as “a beacon of light in the world of flight.”  The Aquarium Rescue Unit was the opening act.

SET 1: No One to Blame, Salty Dog, Shoeless Joe, Compared to What?, Poor Boy Blues, Temptation, Working On a Building, Zambi [1], Sitting on Top of the World[1], Come on Home[1]


Zambi through Come on Home featured Page on keyboards during ARU’s set opening for Phish.

Brother was dedicated to Trey’s sister, Kristy. Dinner and a Movie, Cantaloupe, and Tweezer contained Smells Like Teen Spirit quotes. Cantaloupe was played for the first time since March 11, 1990 (222 shows). ‘A’ Train included Frosty the Snowman and We Wish You a Merry Christmas teases and a Charlie Chan signal at the end. The YEM vocal jam was based on "chicken sandwich" and burgers.

Terrapin was announced as the “restrained version” and Fish as the “Master of Restraint.” In response, Fish sang only one out of every few words to the song. Trey also clarified during the show that Colonel Forbin is not to be mistaken for Colonel (Bruce) Hampton. Bowie was preceded by a Funk #49 tease. The Bowie intro included HYHU teases, four Charlie Chan signals and Popeye, Simpsons, Oom Pa Pa, and Random Laugh signals. The band responded to the Popeye signal by singing a random note, which is the Random Note signal's "secret language." Trey teased Dave's Energy Guide in Possum. Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones.

This show featured the Giant Country Horns from Suzy through AC/DC Bag, Cavern through Golgi, and Poor Heart through the encore. Trey called Page "Chaz" prior to his solo in My Sweet One. Sweet Adeline was performed without microphones. The Antelope intro included Jean Pierre teases, Magilla contained an Anything Goes tease from Carl Gearhart, and Weekapaug included a Superstition tease. Gumbo included Horn introductions.

The YEM vocal jam was based on burgers. The HYHU intro and outro and the intro to Antelope included Let's Go teases. Love You and the Whole Lotta Love Jam featured Fish on trombone.

It appears that the David Bowie intro preceded Buried Alive, then the body of David Bowie contained teases/parts if not all of Buried Alive and The Landlady. There are no recordings of this show in circulation.

Tweezer contained two Charlie Chan signals and Random Laugh and Popeye signals. Possum contained Charlie Chan and Oom Pa Pa signals as well as a brief Dixie tease from Trey. Prior to the first HYHU, Trey introduced Fish as "Captain Zero."

Some recordings that circulate with this date mistakenly identify Athens, GA as the city where this show took place. Trey dedicated Golgi Apparatus to "Dave Schools and the guys from Widespread Panic".

This show marked the first known performance of Horn. Fish jokingly introduced “Tweezer So Cold” as a song from the “Jane Fonda Workout Tape” and subsequently announced “Donna Lee” as a song from the “Charlie Parker Workout Tape.”
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