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  1. #201
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    Nice, looks like a classic setlist from the good ol' days.

  2. #202
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    http://twitter.com/phish

    sickest first set ever( on paper that is, could be god awful irl)

  3. #203
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    Fluffhead opener = teh sickness

    God I wish I was there. Just hit me.
    It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. –Ernest Hemingway

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    3/6/09
    Hampton Coliseum
    Set 1: Fluffhead, Divided Sky, Chalkdust Torture, Sample in a Jar, Stash, I Didn't Know, Oh Kee Pah Ceremony>Suzy Greenberg, Farmhouse, NICU, Horn, Rift, Train Song, Water In The Sky, Squirming Coil, Bowie


    ^^^supposedly a 2 hour set

    Set 2: Backwards Down The Number Line*, Tweezer, Taste, Posssum, Theme, First Tube, Hood


    *first time played by phish, played first at Trey's solo acoustic show at Rothbury 2008

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    3/6/09
    Hampton Coliseum
    Set 1: Fluffhead, Divided Sky, Chalkdust Torture, Sample in a Jar, Stash, I Didn't Know, Oh Kee Pah Ceremony>Suzy Greenberg, Farmhouse, NICU, Horn, Rift, Train Song, Water In The Sky, Squirming Coil, Bowie

    Set 2: Backwards Down The Number Line*, Tweezer, Taste, Posssum, Theme, First Tube, Hood, Waste, YEM#

    E: Grind%, Bouncin', Loving Cup


    *first time played by phish, played first at Trey's solo acoustic show at Rothbury 2008
    #botched lyrics and re-started, see below for hilarity
    %acapella

    1/3/03 Hampton Coliseum - Hampton, Virginia

    Set 1 (1:15): Tweezer -> Theme From the Bottom, Foam, Pebbles and Marbles*, You Enjoy Myself**
    Set 2 (1:11): Birds of a Feather, Wolfman's Brother, Makisupa Policeman***, Axilla, Twist -> Free, All of These Dreams#, Possum##
    Encore (0:08): Contact###, Tweezer Reprise
    Notes: Show began at 8:13pm. Second set began at 10:11pm. Paul Languedoc was not manning the sound board, and Trey made a point to stop at the monitor board to speak with the engineer on his way to the stage before the first set. * - first time played; ** - with a false start (Trey stopped the band and made a comment about practicing, then re-started a moment later), and with a vocal jam based on the name "George Takei" (the actor who played Mr. Sulu on Star Trek); *** - lyric was "woke up this morning ... about 3 o'clock this afternoon... 'fatty'," and "Waffle House" and "Hooters" were mentioned in the singing toward the end of the song; # - concert debut (only previously played on Letterman); ## - toward the end, Trey hands his guitar to Page (who plays it from his normal seat, doing things like playing behind his head, etc.), Mike hands his bass to Trey, Mike picks up the "B" and "AH" cymbals (traditionally used during "Crackin' Rosie"), and the song ends; ### - Trey says: "Ladies and gentlemen, Al Gore!", also with a Page solo/breakdown and a Mike solo/breakdown. (More details will be sought on the "Possum" antics.)
    Last edited by Whiteroom_Guardian; 03-06-2009 at 10:17 PM.

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    Little Suzy Greenberg with her head caved in...

    waiting for the mp3 now...

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    There is a torrent of set 1 already available, but its stuck on 15% for everyone trying to download it.

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    http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/4754947

    I want to hear it before going to bed.



    Last edited by Hutch; 03-06-2009 at 11:21 PM.

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    1:26 in now - what a set!

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    I somehow have managed to not peek at any set lists tonight including ^. It was tough, and listening to the shows now it was worth it. I just moved on to the 2nd set, and man these guys have been sounding great all night! A Fuck Yeah! to all you with tix the next couple nights!
    Last edited by Tresckow; 03-07-2009 at 03:31 AM.

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    Twenty. Eight. Songs.

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    If I could find an extra I'd be tempted to hop a plane for Sunday night.

    I miss these guys.
    It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. –Ernest Hemingway

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    Sounding very nice. Great song selection overall, too. It's obvious that Trey is pretty rusty (especially on the vox,) but overall it's really just great to hear them all together making music again.

    I got chills listening to the crowd in the Fluff lead-in. You can definitely feel the energy in there.

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    I was listening to the first set "spoiler free" (no songs listed) one hour after the show finished last night. Listened all the way through Taste in the 2nd set. They pulled out some heavy hitters last night! Twenty eight songs!

    Looks like the server for livephish.com has crapped out. Only got half the songs downloaded so far.
    I used to hike 2 hours for 10 minutes of turns on 207 gs skis, without needing “skins” or “hike mode.” Tell me again how I’m a gaper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmsummit View Post
    I was listening to the first set "spoiler free" (no songs listed) one hour after the show finished last night. Listened all the way through Taste in the 2nd set. They pulled out some heavy hitters last night! Twenty eight songs!

    Looks like the server for livephish.com has crapped out. Only got half the songs downloaded so far.
    _DUANEBASE_ on PT has put all the soundboards up via mediafire in a thread.

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    I haven't seen the Pband since 97 but I gotta admit I'm a little jealous.

    Download in progress. .....or not.

    WG, I have no idea where that place is, any help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteroom_Guardian View Post
    _DUANEBASE_ on PT has put all the soundboards up via mediafire in a thread.
    Thanks Mike, I'm on it. It appears that PT is back up and running.
    I used to hike 2 hours for 10 minutes of turns on 207 gs skis, without needing “skins” or “hike mode.” Tell me again how I’m a gaper.
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    free SBDs available again at livephish.com

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    man, free SBD an hour after the show?

    makes the old days of being stoked on daud/3s a week after a show pretty funny!
    go for rob

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    WOW.................................
    People should learn endurance; they should learn to endure the discomforts of heat and cold, hunger and thirst; they should learn to be patient when receiving abuse and scorn; for it is the practice of endurance that quenches the fire of worldly passions which is burning up their bodies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RootSkier View Post
    I haven't seen the Pband since 97 but I gotta admit I'm a little jealous......
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  22. #222
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    fyi, you can see the set lists roll in as they happen on phish.com

    first set tonight looks pretty sick so far!!!

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    listening to the start of the 2nd from last night on no spoilers right now. the jam on Backwards down the Number line is off the fucking hook.

    i was pretty much over phish. but last nights show was ridiculous.

    oh damn---> tweezer. shit what a show.

  24. #224
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    a big thumbs up to Phish for laying these shows out for free online! I'm half way through night #2 and it's just as sick!!!
    "Set the gear shift for the higher gear of your soul!"
    That's one of the best lyrics of all time!!! It gives me goosebumps just to type!
    "Don't let the bastards wear you down"- RFO

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    i'm liking the return of the original slower, more country-fied water in the sky.

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