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Friday November 27th, 1998
Worcester Centrum Centre
Worcester, MA USA

Set 1: Funky Bitch, Ya Mar[1], Carini[2], Runaway Jim, Meat > Reba, The Old Home Place, Dogs Stole Things, Vultures, When the Circus Comes, Birds of a Feather

Set 2: Buried Alive > Wipe Out > Chalk Dust Torture[3] -> Mirror in the Bathroom[4] -> Chalk Dust Torture -> Dog Log[5] -> Chalk Dust Torture > Sanity > Buffalo Bill > Mike's Song -> I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove[6] -> Wipe Out -> Weekapaug Groove > Weekapaug Groove > Run Like an Antelope

Encore: Wading in the Velvet Sea, Golgi Apparatus > Wipe Out

[1] I Dream of Jeannie theme teases from Mike
[2] Alternate lyrics referencing a streaker.
[3] Wipe Out teases and Mirror in the Bathroom teases from Mike.
[4] Phish debut.
[5] Unfinished; Blues version.
[6] Nellie Kane tease from Trey.


Ya Mar contained I Dream of Jeannie theme teases from Mike. Carini included lyrics about the streaker from three weeks earlier. Mirror in the Bathroom (which was subtly teased by Mike in Chalk Dust Torture) made its Phish debut and Wipe Out was played for the first time since April 27, 1991 (722 shows). Chalk Dust included more Wipe Out teases. Dog Log was unfinished and sung over a more bluesy progression than usual. Weekapaug contained a Nellie Kane tease from Trey. Some funny banter ensued during the encore, as Fishman and Trey took verbal jabs at each other. The soundcheck's Back at the Chicken Shack contained a Layla tease from Trey. This show was officially released as Live Phish 06.

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Saturday November 28th, 1998
Worcester Centrum Centre
Worcester, MA USA

Set 1: Gumbo, Tube > Down with Disease, Guyute, Albuquerque, Foam, The Moma Dance[1], Split Open and Melt

Set 2: Julius, Wolfman's Brother > Timber (Jerry) > Loving Cup > Scent of a Mule[2], Prince Caspian > Crossroads, Tweezer, Cavern

Encore: Sample in a Jar > Tweezer Reprise

[1] Gumbo tease from Mike.
[2] Mike/Fish "duel."


Moma contained Gumbo teases from Mike. Scent of a Mule contained a “duel” between Mike and Fishman, with Mike donning a Viking helmet similar to the one Fish had been wearing during this tour, and the two “squaring off” as if locked in battle.

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Sunday November 29th, 1998
Worcester Centrum Centre
Worcester, MA USA

Set 1: Paul and Silas[1], Axilla > Theme From the Bottom, Sparkle > Horn > Limb By Limb -> Catapult -> Kung > Maze, All the Pain Through the Years[2], Layla[3]

Set 2: Roses Are Free > Simple, Makisupa Policeman[4], Possum[5] -> Wipe Out -> Possum, Bathtub Gin, You Enjoy Myself[6]

Encore: Roggae, Hello My Baby

[1] Alternate lyrics referencing Paul Languedoc's recent arrest.
[2] Phish debut; Seth Yacovone on guitar and vocals.
[3] Phish debut; Seth Yacovone on guitar.
[4] Keyword referenced Paul Languedoc's recent arrest.
[5] DEG tease.
[6] Super Bad tease from Trey.


Paul and Silas included alternate lyrics, which told the story of Paul Languedoc’s run-in with the law the night before. This event was referenced again during Makisupa. The last two songs of the first set (both Phish debuts) featured Seth Yacovone on guitar; All the Pain also featured Yacovone on vocals. Possum included a Dave’s Energy Guide tease and YEM contained a Super Bad tease from Trey.

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Wednesday December 30th, 1998
Madison Square Garden
New York, NY USA

Set 1: Chalk Dust Torture, Big Black Furry Creature from Mars, Wilson > Roggae, Sparkle > The Moma Dance[1], The Old Home Place, Sample in a Jar, Frankie Says > Maze, Loving Cup, Reba

Set 2: Down with Disease > Piper, Prince Caspian, The Squirming Coil[2] -> Slave to the Traffic Light

Encore: Grind[3], Possum[4]

[1] Manteca teases.
[2] Piper teases; atypical jam.
[3] Debut; Tom Marshall on vocals.
[4] Wipe Out teases.


Moma included Manteca teases. Coil included Piper teases and featured an atypical jam that segued into Slave. The debut of Grind featured Tom Marshall on vocals and was dedicated to Phish fan Chris Heinel, who had recently been injured in a lacrosse accident. Possum included Wipe Out teases. For this show, the Holiday Run dancers were dressed as nymphs.

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Sunday July 25th, 1999
Deer Creek Music Center
Noblesville, IN USA

Set 1: Meat, My Friend, My Friend[1] -> My Left Toe -> Whipping Post > Makisupa Policeman[2] > Happy Birthday to You[3], Makisupa Policeman, Saw It Again, Boogie On Reggae Woman, Cavern

Set 2: Birds of a Feather[4] -> Walk Away > Run Like an Antelope[5] > Suzy Greenberg[6] > Hold Your Head Up > Purple Rain[7] > Hold Your Head Up, You Enjoy Myself[8]

Encore: Loving Cup

[1] No "Myfe" lyric.
[2] Key words were "gooballs, brownies, stink, kind nugs... keef!"
[3] Instrumental from Trey and then "rasta style" sung (with a We're gonna get you so wasted tonight after the show" lyric), Mike took a bass solo, Fishman also sung a verse in a mock Jamaican accent (with a "you roll up a big spleef and you don't pass it with no one" lyric). Kuroda then took a one-minute light solo.
[4] Unfinished; contained a My Left Toe tease.
[5] Stash tease.
[6] I Wish teases and a syncopated jam based around Page.
[7] Fishman forgot the words and subsequently thanked the crowd for supporting his vacuum cleaner habit.
[8] Boogie On Reggae Woman jam.


My Friend's ending did not contain the "Myfe" lyric. Whipping Post was played for the first time since August 10, 1996 (208 shows) and featured Trey on vocals for the first time since September 21, 1990 (846 shows). The Makisupa key words were "gooballs, brownies, stink, kind nugs... keef!" Happy Birthday was performed for the first time since September 30, 1991 (715 shows) and was first played by Trey instrumentally over Makisupa before he announced Chris Kuroda's birthday and asked the crowd to join in as he sang the song "rasta style" (with a "We're gonna get you so wasted tonight after the show" lyric). Mike subsequently took a bass solo and Fishman sung a verse solo in a mock Jamaican accent (with a "You roll up a big spliff and you don't pass it to no one!" lyric). Chris took a silent light board solo (see also April 18, 1990) at Trey's request before Makisupa resumed. The second set featured multiple teases and jams, including the unfinished Birds (My Left Toe tease), Antelope (Stash tease), Suzy (I Wish teases and a syncopated jam based around Page) and YEM (Boogie On Reggae Woman jam). In Purple Rain, played for the first time since August 6, 1996 (209 shows), Fishman forgot the words and subsequently thanked the crowd for supporting his vacuum cleaner habit.

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Monday July 26th, 1999
Deer Creek Music Center
Noblesville, IN USA

Set 1: Farmhouse, Back on the Train, Vultures, Sleep, Gumbo -> NICU > Beauty of My Dreams, Bathtub Gin, Mountains in the Mist, Axilla > Stash

Set 2: Wolfman's Brother > Piper, Theme From the Bottom > Down with Disease > Jam[1] -> Split Open and Melt[2]

Encore: Woodstock[3] > Julius

[1] This was a feedback-enhanced jam that included 2001 teases before Mike redirected the band into SOAM.
[2] Fishman played the 2001 drumbeat underneath parts of SOAM. Speech and Turning Japanese quote from Trey.
[3] Phish debut; unfinished.


Disease was followed by a feedback-enhanced jam that included 2001 teases before Mike redirected the band into SOAM; Fishman continued playing the 2001 drumbeat underneath parts of SOAM. The end of Melt contained a speech from Trey that mentioned how happy the band was to be playing for their audience. Trey also spoke of the damage wrought at Woodstock 1999. He subsequently quoted Turning Japanese when mentioning the upcoming trip to Japan. Woodstock, which made its Phish debut at this show, was unfinished.

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Friday September 24th, 1999
South Park Meadows
Austin, TX USA

Set 1: First Tube > Punch You In the Eye, Farmhouse, Water in the Sky, The Moma Dance, Down with Disease[1], Roggae, Back on the Train, Guyute, Loving Cup

Set 2: Peaches en Regalia > Possum, Wolfman's Brother -> The Lizards, Sand -> Misty Mountain Hop

Encore: Boogie On Reggae Woman > Chalk Dust Torture

[1] Tracy (The Cufflinks) tease from Trey.


DWD contained a Tracy (The Cufflinks) tease from Trey.

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Saturday September 25th, 1999
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
The Woodlands, TX USA

Set 1: Tube > Runaway Jim, Ya Mar, Horn, Limb By Limb, On Your Way Down, Sleeping Monkey > Wilson

Set 2: NICU > David Bowie, The Squirming Coil > Prince Caspian > Rock and Roll > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Frankenstein > Julius

Encore: Character Zero
Before Monkey, Trey and Mike pulled a woman out of the crowd who had been calling for Sleeping Monkey; the band then played the song for her.

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Sunday September 26th, 1999
Kiefer UNO Lakefront Arena, University of New Orleans
New Orleans, LA USA

Set 1: Sweet Virginia[1], First Tube > AC/DC Bag, Dirt, Guyute, Bouncing Around the Room, Cars Trucks Buses[2], Funky Bitch[2], Mozambique[2], Cavern[2]

Set 2: Twist > Piper, Mountains in the Mist, Heavy Things, Birds of a Feather[3], Meat, Down with Disease

Encore: Meatstick > Rocky Top

[1] Phish debut.
[2] Michael Ray on trumpet and Tim Green on saxophone.
[3] Call to the Post tease.


Sweet Virginia made its Phish debut at this show. The last four songs of the first set featured Michael Ray on trumpet and Tim Green on saxophone. Call to the Post was teased before and during Birds.

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Friday September 22nd, 2000
Allstate Arena
Rosemont, IL USA

Set 1: Down with Disease, Meat[1] > Poor Heart > Wilson > Slave to the Traffic Light, Dogs Stole Things > Bathtub Gin, Heavy Things, You Enjoy Myself

Set 2: Tube > Reba[2], Ghost > The Wedge, When the Circus Comes, Meatstick[3], Run Like an Antelope[4]

Encore: Bold As Love

[1] Unfinished.
[2] Stash tease from Trey.
[3] Japanese lyrics; concluded with the band fading out and the audience finishing the song a cappella.
[4] Meatstick teases.


Meat was unfinished. Reba contained a Stash tease from Trey. Meatstick included Japanese lyrics and concluded with the band fading out and the audience finishing the song a cappella. Antelope subsequently included Meatstick teases.

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