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Thursday June 17th, 2004
KeySpan Park
Brooklyn, NY USA

Set 1: A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing[1], Dinner and a Movie, The Curtain With, Sample in a Jar, The Moma Dance -> Free, Nothing[2], Maze, Frankenstein

Set 2: 46 Days -> Possum > The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony > Suzy Greenberg > Axilla > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Birds of a Feather, Kung, Mike's Song[3] > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove[4]

Encore: Divided Sky

[1] Debut.
[2] Phish debut.
[3] Twist tease.
[4] Mainstreet tease.


This show was simulcast in movie theaters nationwide and subsequently officially released in both CD and DVD formats as Live In Brooklyn. This show marked the debut of A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing and the Phish debut of Nothing. Kung was dedicated to the golfers competing in the U.S. Open at the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton, NY. Mike’s Song featured a Twist tease. During Weekapaug, Trey teased Mainstreet. At the end of the soundcheck, Trey teased Fluffhead, as memorialized on the Live in Brooklyn DVD.

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Thursday June 17th, 2004
KeySpan Park
Brooklyn, NY USA

Set 1: A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing[1], Dinner and a Movie, The Curtain With, Sample in a Jar, The Moma Dance -> Free, Nothing[2], Maze, Frankenstein

Set 2: 46 Days -> Possum > The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony > Suzy Greenberg > Axilla > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Birds of a Feather, Kung, Mike's Song[3] > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove[4]

Encore: Divided Sky

[1] Debut.
[2] Phish debut.
[3] Twist tease.
[4] Mainstreet tease.


This show was simulcast in movie theaters nationwide and subsequently officially released in both CD and DVD formats as Live In Brooklyn. This show marked the debut of A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing and the Phish debut of Nothing. Kung was dedicated to the golfers competing in the U.S. Open at the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton, NY. Mike’s Song featured a Twist tease. During Weekapaug, Trey teased Mainstreet. At the end of the soundcheck, Trey teased Fluffhead, as memorialized on the Live in Brooklyn DVD.

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Thursday June 17th, 2004
KeySpan Park
Brooklyn, NY USA

Set 1: A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing[1], Dinner and a Movie, The Curtain With, Sample in a Jar, The Moma Dance -> Free, Nothing[2], Maze, Frankenstein

Set 2: 46 Days -> Possum > The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony > Suzy Greenberg > Axilla > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Birds of a Feather, Kung, Mike's Song[3] > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove[4]

Encore: Divided Sky

[1] Debut.
[2] Phish debut.
[3] Twist tease.
[4] Mainstreet tease.


This show was simulcast in movie theaters nationwide and subsequently officially released in both CD and DVD formats as Live In Brooklyn. This show marked the debut of A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing and the Phish debut of Nothing. Kung was dedicated to the golfers competing in the U.S. Open at the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton, NY. Mike’s Song featured a Twist tease. During Weekapaug, Trey teased Mainstreet. At the end of the soundcheck, Trey teased Fluffhead, as memorialized on the Live in Brooklyn DVD.

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Friday June 18th, 2004
KeySpan Park
Brooklyn, NY USA

Set 1: AC/DC Bag > Camel Walk, Crowd Control, Stash, Cars Trucks Buses > Carini > My Sweet One > Character Zero > Tweezer

Set 2: Wilson > Down with Disease, 99 Problems[1], Big Pimpin'[1] > Chalk Dust Torture, Harry Hood[2] > Taste

Encore: Bug > Tweezer Reprise

[1] Phish debut; Jay-Z on vocals.
[2] Unfinished.


Scents and Subtle Sounds was teased prior to AC/DC Bag. This show contained the Phish debuts of 99 Problems and Big Pimpin’, both of which featured guest performances by Jay-Z and Cyro Baptista. After 99 Problems, Jay-Z remarked, presumably referring to the Phish scene, that “You all been hiding this from me.”  Jay-Z then said that the members of Phish told him that if the fans made enough noise that he could play one more song, which they naturally did, hence Big Pimpin’. Prior to Hood, Trey jokingly announced an Eric Clapton guest appearance. Mike teased Entrance of the Gladiators before Hood, which was unfinished.

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Friday June 18th, 2004
KeySpan Park
Brooklyn, NY USA

Set 1: AC/DC Bag > Camel Walk, Crowd Control, Stash, Cars Trucks Buses > Carini > My Sweet One > Character Zero > Tweezer

Set 2: Wilson > Down with Disease, 99 Problems[1], Big Pimpin'[1] > Chalk Dust Torture, Harry Hood[2] > Taste

Encore: Bug > Tweezer Reprise

[1] Phish debut; Jay-Z on vocals.
[2] Unfinished.


Scents and Subtle Sounds was teased prior to AC/DC Bag. This show contained the Phish debuts of 99 Problems and Big Pimpin’, both of which featured guest performances by Jay-Z and Cyro Baptista. After 99 Problems, Jay-Z remarked, presumably referring to the Phish scene, that “You all been hiding this from me.”  Jay-Z then said that the members of Phish told him that if the fans made enough noise that he could play one more song, which they naturally did, hence Big Pimpin’. Prior to Hood, Trey jokingly announced an Eric Clapton guest appearance. Mike teased Entrance of the Gladiators before Hood, which was unfinished.

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Friday June 18th, 2004
KeySpan Park
Brooklyn, NY USA

Set 1: AC/DC Bag > Camel Walk, Crowd Control, Stash, Cars Trucks Buses > Carini > My Sweet One > Character Zero > Tweezer

Set 2: Wilson > Down with Disease, 99 Problems[1], Big Pimpin'[1] > Chalk Dust Torture, Harry Hood[2] > Taste

Encore: Bug > Tweezer Reprise

[1] Phish debut; Jay-Z on vocals.
[2] Unfinished.


Scents and Subtle Sounds was teased prior to AC/DC Bag. This show contained the Phish debuts of 99 Problems and Big Pimpin’, both of which featured guest performances by Jay-Z and Cyro Baptista. After 99 Problems, Jay-Z remarked, presumably referring to the Phish scene, that “You all been hiding this from me.”  Jay-Z then said that the members of Phish told him that if the fans made enough noise that he could play one more song, which they naturally did, hence Big Pimpin’. Prior to Hood, Trey jokingly announced an Eric Clapton guest appearance. Mike teased Entrance of the Gladiators before Hood, which was unfinished.

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Saturday June 19th, 2004
Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, NY USA

Set 1: Reba[1], Runaway Jim > NICU > Scents and Subtle Sounds[2], Wolfman's Brother, Walls of the Cave -> David Bowie

Set 2: A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing > Piper[3] -> Gotta Jibboo[4] > Limb By Limb, Cavern[5]

Encore: Wading in the Velvet Sea

[1] No whistling.
[2] No intro.
[3] Tweezer Reprise jam.
[4] Unfinished
[5] Purple Haze tease; Trey forgot an entire verse.


Reba did not have the whistling ending. Scents did not have the intro. Piper featured a substantial Tweezer Reprise jam. Jibboo was unfinished. Trey forgot an entire verse of Cavern. Cavern contained a Purple Haze tease.

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Saturday June 19th, 2004
Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, NY USA

Set 1: Reba[1], Runaway Jim > NICU > Scents and Subtle Sounds[2], Wolfman's Brother, Walls of the Cave -> David Bowie

Set 2: A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing > Piper[3] -> Gotta Jibboo[4] > Limb By Limb, Cavern[5]

Encore: Wading in the Velvet Sea

[1] No whistling.
[2] No intro.
[3] Tweezer Reprise jam.
[4] Unfinished
[5] Purple Haze tease; Trey forgot an entire verse.


Reba did not have the whistling ending. Scents did not have the intro. Piper featured a substantial Tweezer Reprise jam. Jibboo was unfinished. Trey forgot an entire verse of Cavern. Cavern contained a Purple Haze tease.

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Saturday June 19th, 2004
Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, NY USA

Set 1: Reba[1], Runaway Jim > NICU > Scents and Subtle Sounds[2], Wolfman's Brother, Walls of the Cave -> David Bowie

Set 2: A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing > Piper[3] -> Gotta Jibboo[4] > Limb By Limb, Cavern[5]

Encore: Wading in the Velvet Sea

[1] No whistling.
[2] No intro.
[3] Tweezer Reprise jam.
[4] Unfinished
[5] Purple Haze tease; Trey forgot an entire verse.


Reba did not have the whistling ending. Scents did not have the intro. Piper featured a substantial Tweezer Reprise jam. Jibboo was unfinished. Trey forgot an entire verse of Cavern. Cavern contained a Purple Haze tease.

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Saturday June 19th, 2004
Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, NY USA

Set 1: Reba[1], Runaway Jim > NICU > Scents and Subtle Sounds[2], Wolfman's Brother, Walls of the Cave -> David Bowie

Set 2: A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing > Piper[3] -> Gotta Jibboo[4] > Limb By Limb, Cavern[5]

Encore: Wading in the Velvet Sea

[1] No whistling.
[2] No intro.
[3] Tweezer Reprise jam.
[4] Unfinished
[5] Purple Haze tease; Trey forgot an entire verse.


Reba did not have the whistling ending. Scents did not have the intro. Piper featured a substantial Tweezer Reprise jam. Jibboo was unfinished. Trey forgot an entire verse of Cavern. Cavern contained a Purple Haze tease.

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Sunday June 20th, 2004
Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, NY USA

Set 1: Rift > Julius, Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home?[1], Waves[2], Gumbo, Water in the Sky, Horn, Poor Heart > Drowned

Set 2: Seven Below > Ghost -> Twist, You Enjoy Myself

Encore: Good Times Bad Times

[1] Dr. Jack McConnell on vocals and tap shoes.
[2] Maze teases from Trey.


During Julius, Trey broke a string on stage for the first known time since November 29, 1996. This Father’s Day version of Bill Bailey – the first since July 3, 1999 (165 shows) – featured Page’s dad, Dr. Jack McConnell, on vocals and tap shoes. Waves contained Maze teases from Trey.

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Sunday June 20th, 2004
Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, NY USA

Set 1: Rift > Julius, Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home?[1], Waves[2], Gumbo, Water in the Sky, Horn, Poor Heart > Drowned

Set 2: Seven Below > Ghost -> Twist, You Enjoy Myself

Encore: Good Times Bad Times

[1] Dr. Jack McConnell on vocals and tap shoes.
[2] Maze teases from Trey.


During Julius, Trey broke a string on stage for the first known time since November 29, 1996. This Father’s Day version of Bill Bailey – the first since July 3, 1999 (165 shows) – featured Page’s dad, Dr. Jack McConnell, on vocals and tap shoes. Waves contained Maze teases from Trey.

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Sunday June 20th, 2004
Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, NY USA

Set 1: Rift > Julius, Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home?[1], Waves[2], Gumbo, Water in the Sky, Horn, Poor Heart > Drowned

Set 2: Seven Below > Ghost -> Twist, You Enjoy Myself

Encore: Good Times Bad Times

[1] Dr. Jack McConnell on vocals and tap shoes.
[2] Maze teases from Trey.


During Julius, Trey broke a string on stage for the first known time since November 29, 1996. This Father’s Day version of Bill Bailey – the first since July 3, 1999 (165 shows) – featured Page’s dad, Dr. Jack McConnell, on vocals and tap shoes. Waves contained Maze teases from Trey.

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Wednesday June 23rd, 2004
Verizon Wireless Music Center
Noblesville, IN USA

Set 1: Llama, Bouncing Around the Room > Bathtub Gin, Ya Mar[1], Pebbles and Marbles, Army of One, Split Open and Melt

Set 2: Halley's Comet > Crosseyed and Painless > Slave to the Traffic Light, Nothing -> 46 Days > Scents and Subtle Sounds[2] -> Brian and Robert, Limb By Limb, Cavern

Encore: Waste

[1] Stash tease.
[2] NO2 tease; no intro.


Ya Mar contained a Stash tease. Scents did not have the intro and contained a N2O tease.

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Thursday June 24th, 2004
Verizon Wireless Music Center
Noblesville, IN USA

Set 1: Loving Cup, Cities -> Back on the Train, Vultures, My Mind's Got a Mind of its Own, Down with Disease[1] -> Rock and Roll

Set 2: Tube, Run Like an Antelope, The Wedge, Timber (Jerry), Prince Caspian > Simple > Walls of the Cave[2]

Encore: The Squirming Coil

[1] Unfinished.
[2] Down with Disease jam.


Down with Disease was unfinished and Walls of the Cave contained a Down with Disease jam.

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Friday June 25th, 2004
Alpine Valley Music Theatre
East Troy, WI USA

Set 1: Julius > Roses Are Free > AC/DC Bag > Glide, Anything But Me, David Bowie, Wolfman's Brother, Golgi Apparatus

Set 2: Seven Below -> Buffalo Bill > Lawn Boy > Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove[1], You Enjoy Myself > Also Sprach Zarathustra -> You Enjoy Myself[2]

Encore: Sample in a Jar

[1] Seven Below tease.
[2] Vocal jam only.


Page signed an autograph while out on the front of the stage during Lawn Boy. Weekapaug included a Seven Below tease. The portion of YEM following 2001 contained only the vocal jam.

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Saturday June 26th, 2004
Alpine Valley Music Theatre
East Troy, WI USA

Set 1: Access Me[1] > Scents and Subtle Sounds[2], Stash, The Moma Dance, Divided Sky, Wilson > Funky Bitch > Character Zero

Set 2: Boogie On Reggae Woman -> Ghost > Free, Friday > Piper > Harry Hood

Encore: Possum

[1] Debut.
[2] No intro.


This show marked the debut of Access Me. Scents did not contain the intro. During an especially long break before Stash, Trey joked that if they take longer between songs, but play the same amount of songs, the show would last longer.

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Monday August 9th, 2004
Hampton Coliseum
Hampton, VA USA

Set 1: Chalk Dust Torture, Bathtub Gin -> Runaway Jim, Walls of the Cave, Loving Cup

Set 2: All of These Dreams, Limb By Limb, Lifeboy, Crowd Control > Seven Below[1] > Stash -> NICU, Bug > Contact[2] > Character Zero

Encore: David Bowie

[1] Mary Had a Little Lamb tease.
[2] Little Drummer Boy jam.


All of These Dreams was preceded by a Fluffhead tease. After several glowsticks hit Trey’s rig at the end of Seven Below, Trey’s guitar tech, Brian Brown, had to come onstage to do some damage control, prompting Trey to say some words of thanks. Seven Below contained a Mary Had a Little Lamb tease from Trey. Contact culminated in a Little Drummer Boy jam.

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Monday August 9th, 2004
Hampton Coliseum
Hampton, VA USA

Set 1: Chalk Dust Torture, Bathtub Gin -> Runaway Jim, Walls of the Cave, Loving Cup

Set 2: All of These Dreams, Limb By Limb, Lifeboy, Crowd Control > Seven Below[1] > Stash -> NICU, Bug > Contact[2] > Character Zero

Encore: David Bowie

[1] Mary Had a Little Lamb tease.
[2] Little Drummer Boy jam.


All of These Dreams was preceded by a Fluffhead tease. After several glowsticks hit Trey’s rig at the end of Seven Below, Trey’s guitar tech, Brian Brown, had to come onstage to do some damage control, prompting Trey to say some words of thanks. Seven Below contained a Mary Had a Little Lamb tease from Trey. Contact culminated in a Little Drummer Boy jam.

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Tuesday August 10th, 2004
Tweeter Center
Mansfield, MA USA

Set 1: AC/DC Bag, Heavy Things[1], Punch You In the Eye > Wolfman's Brother, Theme From the Bottom, Birds of a Feather

Set 2: Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove[2], A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing -> Piper -> Makisupa Policeman[3], Dog Faced Boy, Friday, Harry Hood

Encore: Possum[4]

[1] Stash teases from Trey.
[2] Slowed down ending.
[3] Keyword referenced a tall, cool glass of soy milk.
[4] Without usual build-up intro.


Heavy things contained Stash teases from Trey. This version of Weekapaug featured a slowed down ending. After Weekapaug, Trey told a story explaining the origins of Weekapaug and ASIHTOS. The “keyword” for Makisupa referred to a tall, cool glass of soy milk. Possum did not contain its customary build-up intro.

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Wednesday August 11th, 2004
Tweeter Center
Mansfield, MA USA

Set 1: Divided Sky, Suzy Greenberg -> Down with Disease[1] -> Prince Caspian > Scent of a Mule -> The Tears of a Clown[2] > Scent of a Mule, Mexican Cousin

Set 2: Run Like an Antelope[1] > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Golgi Apparatus > Waves > Tweezer[3] -> Hold Your Head Up[4] > Terrapin > Hold Your Head Up, Drums[5] -> Timber (Jerry) > Sample in a Jar

Encore: Bouncing Around the Room > Tweezer Reprise

[1] Unfinished.
[2] Phish debut; with audience member on vocals.
[3] HYHU jam.
[4] Jammed for awhile, with Fish on vacuum.
[5] Trey and Fish.


Disease and Antelope were unfinished. During Suzy, Trey introduced Fish as “Johnny B. Fishman” on snare drum, whereupon Fish took a snare drum solo. This show featured the Phish debut of Tears of a Clown. Unfortunately, no one knew all of the words to Tears of a Clown, so they picked a member of the audience to come onstage and sing (prompting Trey to note, “She saved our ass.”). Tweezer contained a HYHU jam at the end (with Trey still on guitar and Fish on drums). During HYHU, Fish introduced himself as “Prince” and added some vacuum accompaniment. Before Terrapin, Trey joked, “Won’t be needing this anymore!” and acted as if he was going to throw his guitar into the crowd, to a reception of lusty boos from the crowd. After Terrapin, Trey took an impromptu poll of the audience as to whether a Fishman tune makes the show or destroys the show, with Page notably coming in on the side of destroys the show, though softening the blow by explaining, "Well, it's a crapshoot. Sometimes it's great, but sometimes... you wonder." Mike, more charitably, stated, “On a scale of two to three, I give it a three.” Before the Drums Jam with Trey and Fish, Trey noted that it had always been a dream of his to start a song with a double drum solo; this was the first known instance.

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Wednesday August 11th, 2004
Tweeter Center
Mansfield, MA USA

Set 1: Divided Sky, Suzy Greenberg -> Down with Disease[1] -> Prince Caspian > Scent of a Mule -> The Tears of a Clown[2] > Scent of a Mule, Mexican Cousin

Set 2: Run Like an Antelope[1] > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Golgi Apparatus > Waves > Tweezer[3] -> Hold Your Head Up[4] > Terrapin > Hold Your Head Up, Drums[5] -> Timber (Jerry) > Sample in a Jar

Encore: Bouncing Around the Room > Tweezer Reprise

[1] Unfinished.
[2] Phish debut; with audience member on vocals.
[3] HYHU jam.
[4] Jammed for awhile, with Fish on vacuum.
[5] Trey and Fish.


Disease and Antelope were unfinished. During Suzy, Trey introduced Fish as “Johnny B. Fishman” on snare drum, whereupon Fish took a snare drum solo. This show featured the Phish debut of Tears of a Clown. Unfortunately, no one knew all of the words to Tears of a Clown, so they picked a member of the audience to come onstage and sing (prompting Trey to note, “She saved our ass.”). Tweezer contained a HYHU jam at the end (with Trey still on guitar and Fish on drums). During HYHU, Fish introduced himself as “Prince” and added some vacuum accompaniment. Before Terrapin, Trey joked, “Won’t be needing this anymore!” and acted as if he was going to throw his guitar into the crowd, to a reception of lusty boos from the crowd. After Terrapin, Trey took an impromptu poll of the audience as to whether a Fishman tune makes the show or destroys the show, with Page notably coming in on the side of destroys the show, though softening the blow by explaining, "Well, it's a crapshoot. Sometimes it's great, but sometimes... you wonder." Mike, more charitably, stated, “On a scale of two to three, I give it a three.” Before the Drums Jam with Trey and Fish, Trey noted that it had always been a dream of his to start a song with a double drum solo; this was the first known instance.

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Thursday August 12th, 2004
Tweeter Center at the Waterfront
Camden, NJ USA

Set 1: Wilson, You Enjoy Myself -> Ghost > Maze -> Catapult[1] -> Maze, The Moma Dance, Horn, Pebbles and Marbles

Set 2: Piper > Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley[2] > Cavern > Limb By Limb > Julius > Rock and Roll, Scents and Subtle Sounds[3]

Encore: Lawn Boy, Frankenstein

[1] YEM quote from Mike, Trey, and Page.
[2] No vocal jam.
[3] No intro.


The beginning of Catapult featured Mike, Trey and Page singing “Wash Uffizi drive me to Firenze” to the Catapult melody. Sneakin' Sally did not contain a vocal jam. Prior to Scents, Trey teased My Friend My Friend. Scents did not have the intro. At the end of Scents, Trey, Page and Mike left the stage while Fish continued drumming along to the guitar loops. After Frankenstein, Trey announced that everybody traveling from Camden to Coventry should wait until Saturday morning to arrive due to the rain in the Northeast Kingdom. This show was simulcast on “The Bunny”, the official Coventry radio station.

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Thursday August 12th, 2004
Tweeter Center at the Waterfront
Camden, NJ USA

Set 1: Wilson, You Enjoy Myself -> Ghost > Maze -> Catapult[1] -> Maze, The Moma Dance, Horn, Pebbles and Marbles

Set 2: Piper > Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley[2] > Cavern > Limb By Limb > Julius > Rock and Roll, Scents and Subtle Sounds[3]

Encore: Lawn Boy, Frankenstein

[1] YEM quote from Mike, Trey, and Page.
[2] No vocal jam.
[3] No intro.


The beginning of Catapult featured Mike, Trey and Page singing “Wash Uffizi drive me to Firenze” to the Catapult melody. Sneakin' Sally did not contain a vocal jam. Prior to Scents, Trey teased My Friend My Friend. Scents did not have the intro. At the end of Scents, Trey, Page and Mike left the stage while Fish continued drumming along to the guitar loops. After Frankenstein, Trey announced that everybody traveling from Camden to Coventry should wait until Saturday morning to arrive due to the rain in the Northeast Kingdom. This show was simulcast on “The Bunny”, the official Coventry radio station.

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Thursday August 12th, 2004
Tweeter Center at the Waterfront
Camden, NJ USA

Set 1: Wilson, You Enjoy Myself -> Ghost > Maze -> Catapult[1] -> Maze, The Moma Dance, Horn, Pebbles and Marbles

Set 2: Piper > Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley[2] > Cavern > Limb By Limb > Julius > Rock and Roll, Scents and Subtle Sounds[3]

Encore: Lawn Boy, Frankenstein

[1] YEM quote from Mike, Trey, and Page.
[2] No vocal jam.
[3] No intro.


The beginning of Catapult featured Mike, Trey and Page singing “Wash Uffizi drive me to Firenze” to the Catapult melody. Sneakin' Sally did not contain a vocal jam. Prior to Scents, Trey teased My Friend My Friend. Scents did not have the intro. At the end of Scents, Trey, Page and Mike left the stage while Fish continued drumming along to the guitar loops. After Frankenstein, Trey announced that everybody traveling from Camden to Coventry should wait until Saturday morning to arrive due to the rain in the Northeast Kingdom. This show was simulcast on “The Bunny”, the official Coventry radio station.

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Sunday August 15th, 2004
Newport State Airport
Coventry, VT USA

Set 1: Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, Anything But Me, Reba, Carini > Chalk Dust Torture -> Possum > Wolfman's Brother[1] > Taste

Set 2: Down with Disease[2] > Wading in the Velvet Sea[3], Glide, Split Open and Melt -> Ghost

Set 3: Fast Enough for You, Seven Below[4] -> Simple -> Piper -> Cool Jerk[5] -> Dickie Scotland[6], Wilson > Slave to the Traffic Light

Encore: The Curtain With[7]

[1] Explanation from Trey as to the history of the song; also features Trey's mom, Mike's mom and John Paluska on "sexy bump".
[2] Unfinished.
[3] Page and Trey break down.
[4] "Seven Below" shouted by all band members sporadically during the jam.
[5] Phish debut; lyrics changed to honor Mark "Bruno" Bradley.
[6] Debut; lyrics referenced Hadden Hipsley and Dickie Scotland
[7] Jam segment stopped and restarted in correct key.


This was the second show of the Coventry festival and was the presumed “Final Show”. When Trey made his “break-up” announcement the preceding May, he indicated that Coventry would be the final Phish shows. In reality, this turned out to be the final public show for over four and a half years. This show was simulcast in movie theaters nationwide. Before Anything But Me, Trey announced that, for the first time in 21 years, he was nervous performing a Phish show. During Wolfman’s, Trey revealed that the Wolfman’s Brother is, in fact, Fish (as well as the fact that he handed the phone to his friend Liz Durfee). Also, during Wolfman’s, Trey and Mike invited their mothers onstage (and later John Paluska) to do the “sexy bump” dance. Disease was unfinished and featured Trey briefly playing his guitar with a glow stick. Both Page and Trey broke down during an especially emotional Velvet Sea. After a thoroughly botched Glide, all four band members offered words of thanks to the fans for their continued support and dedication and brief reflections on their twenty years together. Trey then stated that what they really needed to do was “blow off some fucking steam” before starting up Melt. There was an enormous glow stick war during Ghost featuring hundreds, if not thousands, of orange glow sticks. This version of Seven Below saw all of the band members sporadically shouting “Seven Below” throughout the jam. The Phish debut of Cool Jerk contained alternate lyrics honoring monitor mixer, Mark “Bruno” Bradley. The Dickie Scotland Song was spontaneously created and included lyrics in honor of production manager, Hadden Hipsley, and tour accountant, Richard Glasgow (a.k.a. Dickie Scotland). Before Wilson, Trey asked the crowd to sing to another of their friends “for the last time.” There was a fireworks display between the end of the third set and the encore. Before the encore, while explaining the origins of The Curtain, Trey jokingly announced that the entire Chicago Symphony and the Twyla Tharp Dance Troupe were going to perform Gamehendge. Trey explained that they chose The Curtain With as the last song to bring them full circle, because, not only was it one of the first Phish songs he wrote, but he wrote it in a cabin one town over from Coventry. Trey stopped and restarted the jam segment of the Curtain With, because they were in the wrong key or, as he explained, ”Since we are going to be bringing ourselves back in time, we may as well do it in the correct key.” There was no P.A. music after the Curtain With.

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Sunday August 15th, 2004
Newport State Airport
Coventry, VT USA

Set 1: Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, Anything But Me, Reba, Carini > Chalk Dust Torture -> Possum > Wolfman's Brother[1] > Taste

Set 2: Down with Disease[2] > Wading in the Velvet Sea[3], Glide, Split Open and Melt -> Ghost

Set 3: Fast Enough for You, Seven Below[4] -> Simple -> Piper -> Cool Jerk[5] -> Dickie Scotland[6], Wilson > Slave to the Traffic Light

Encore: The Curtain With[7]

[1] Explanation from Trey as to the history of the song; also features Trey's mom, Mike's mom and John Paluska on "sexy bump".
[2] Unfinished.
[3] Page and Trey break down.
[4] "Seven Below" shouted by all band members sporadically during the jam.
[5] Phish debut; lyrics changed to honor Mark "Bruno" Bradley.
[6] Debut; lyrics referenced Hadden Hipsley and Dickie Scotland
[7] Jam segment stopped and restarted in correct key.


This was the second show of the Coventry festival and was the presumed “Final Show”. When Trey made his “break-up” announcement the preceding May, he indicated that Coventry would be the final Phish shows. In reality, this turned out to be the final public show for over four and a half years. This show was simulcast in movie theaters nationwide. Before Anything But Me, Trey announced that, for the first time in 21 years, he was nervous performing a Phish show. During Wolfman’s, Trey revealed that the Wolfman’s Brother is, in fact, Fish (as well as the fact that he handed the phone to his friend Liz Durfee). Also, during Wolfman’s, Trey and Mike invited their mothers onstage (and later John Paluska) to do the “sexy bump” dance. Disease was unfinished and featured Trey briefly playing his guitar with a glow stick. Both Page and Trey broke down during an especially emotional Velvet Sea. After a thoroughly botched Glide, all four band members offered words of thanks to the fans for their continued support and dedication and brief reflections on their twenty years together. Trey then stated that what they really needed to do was “blow off some fucking steam” before starting up Melt. There was an enormous glow stick war during Ghost featuring hundreds, if not thousands, of orange glow sticks. This version of Seven Below saw all of the band members sporadically shouting “Seven Below” throughout the jam. The Phish debut of Cool Jerk contained alternate lyrics honoring monitor mixer, Mark “Bruno” Bradley. The Dickie Scotland Song was spontaneously created and included lyrics in honor of production manager, Hadden Hipsley, and tour accountant, Richard Glasgow (a.k.a. Dickie Scotland). Before Wilson, Trey asked the crowd to sing to another of their friends “for the last time.” There was a fireworks display between the end of the third set and the encore. Before the encore, while explaining the origins of The Curtain, Trey jokingly announced that the entire Chicago Symphony and the Twyla Tharp Dance Troupe were going to perform Gamehendge. Trey explained that they chose The Curtain With as the last song to bring them full circle, because, not only was it one of the first Phish songs he wrote, but he wrote it in a cabin one town over from Coventry. Trey stopped and restarted the jam segment of the Curtain With, because they were in the wrong key or, as he explained, ”Since we are going to be bringing ourselves back in time, we may as well do it in the correct key.” There was no P.A. music after the Curtain With.

setlist via phish.net


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Sunday August 15th, 2004
Newport State Airport
Coventry, VT USA

Set 1: Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, Anything But Me, Reba, Carini > Chalk Dust Torture -> Possum > Wolfman's Brother[1] > Taste

Set 2: Down with Disease[2] > Wading in the Velvet Sea[3], Glide, Split Open and Melt -> Ghost

Set 3: Fast Enough for You, Seven Below[4] -> Simple -> Piper -> Cool Jerk[5] -> Dickie Scotland[6], Wilson > Slave to the Traffic Light

Encore: The Curtain With[7]

[1] Explanation from Trey as to the history of the song; also features Trey's mom, Mike's mom and John Paluska on "sexy bump".
[2] Unfinished.
[3] Page and Trey break down.
[4] "Seven Below" shouted by all band members sporadically during the jam.
[5] Phish debut; lyrics changed to honor Mark "Bruno" Bradley.
[6] Debut; lyrics referenced Hadden Hipsley and Dickie Scotland
[7] Jam segment stopped and restarted in correct key.


This was the second show of the Coventry festival and was the presumed “Final Show”. When Trey made his “break-up” announcement the preceding May, he indicated that Coventry would be the final Phish shows. In reality, this turned out to be the final public show for over four and a half years. This show was simulcast in movie theaters nationwide. Before Anything But Me, Trey announced that, for the first time in 21 years, he was nervous performing a Phish show. During Wolfman’s, Trey revealed that the Wolfman’s Brother is, in fact, Fish (as well as the fact that he handed the phone to his friend Liz Durfee). Also, during Wolfman’s, Trey and Mike invited their mothers onstage (and later John Paluska) to do the “sexy bump” dance. Disease was unfinished and featured Trey briefly playing his guitar with a glow stick. Both Page and Trey broke down during an especially emotional Velvet Sea. After a thoroughly botched Glide, all four band members offered words of thanks to the fans for their continued support and dedication and brief reflections on their twenty years together. Trey then stated that what they really needed to do was “blow off some fucking steam” before starting up Melt. There was an enormous glow stick war during Ghost featuring hundreds, if not thousands, of orange glow sticks. This version of Seven Below saw all of the band members sporadically shouting “Seven Below” throughout the jam. The Phish debut of Cool Jerk contained alternate lyrics honoring monitor mixer, Mark “Bruno” Bradley. The Dickie Scotland Song was spontaneously created and included lyrics in honor of production manager, Hadden Hipsley, and tour accountant, Richard Glasgow (a.k.a. Dickie Scotland). Before Wilson, Trey asked the crowd to sing to another of their friends “for the last time.” There was a fireworks display between the end of the third set and the encore. Before the encore, while explaining the origins of The Curtain, Trey jokingly announced that the entire Chicago Symphony and the Twyla Tharp Dance Troupe were going to perform Gamehendge. Trey explained that they chose The Curtain With as the last song to bring them full circle, because, not only was it one of the first Phish songs he wrote, but he wrote it in a cabin one town over from Coventry. Trey stopped and restarted the jam segment of the Curtain With, because they were in the wrong key or, as he explained, ”Since we are going to be bringing ourselves back in time, we may as well do it in the correct key.” There was no P.A. music after the Curtain With.

setlist via phish.net