Sunday, October 31, 2010
The audio could be better but shit it hasn't even been 24 hours.
|official poster by nate duval|
Set 1: Kill Devil Falls, Cavern > Foam, Guelah Papyrus, Chalk Dust Torture -> Whole Lotta Love > Chalk Dust Torture, Ha Ha Ha, Walk Away, Wolfman's Brother -> Undermind > Bathtub Gin, The Squirming Coil
Set 2:Tube > Possum > Tweezer -> Heartbreaker -> Ramble On -> What Is and What Should Never Be -> Tweezer -> Stairway to Heaven, Halley's Comet > Also Sprach Zarathustra > David Bowie, Show of Life, Backwards Down the Number Line > Good Times Bad Times
Encore: Sleeping Monkey > Tweezer Reprise
Notes: Whole Lotta Love was incomplete (one verse only) and was played for the first time since March 1, 1991 (1,033 shows). Wolfman's contained a vocal jam. Gin, Possum and Tweezer contained Whole Lotta Love teases from Trey. The incomplete versions of Heartbreaker, What Is and What Never Should Be and Stairway to Heaven were all Phish debuts. Ramble On was played for the first time since August 12, 1998 (305 shows). After Stairway to Heaven, Trey joked, "Happy Halloween! See you all next year." From the soundcheck, Ramble On and the second and third versions of Whole Lotta Love were incomplete. Destiny Unbound was played by only Mike and Fish.
[setlist source: phish.net]
FLAC: Neumann km184's > Lunatec V3 > Canare Impedance Trans. > Apogee Wyde-EYE BNC Coaxial > Sound Devices 722t by teamdrink
Oh Kee Pah's "Best Of" Compilation
|photo courtesy of abby fox|
Set One: All In Time > The Linear*, Red Tape**, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft^, Bulls On Mark$ > Front Porch$$ > Cemetery Walk II
Set Two: In Bloom > Booth Love, Rocker (part II) > In the Kitchen, Miss Tinkle's Overture > Andy's Last Beer, Higgins > Miss Tinkle's Overture
Encore: Push the Pig > All In Time
The Wood Brothers Opened
* with Halloween theme teases
** with 25 or 6 to 4 tease
^ with Chris Wood replacing Ryan, on upright
$ first time played; Mark On the Bus (The Beastie Boys) and Bulls On Parade (Rage Against the Machine) mash-up
[setlist source: umphreys.com]
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