Phish and Related Artists · 1984
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Garage of 69 Grant Street
Burlington
VT

Makisupa Policeman
After rehearsing in September and October, this was the band’s 3rd gig and their 1st show as Phish. This show also spawned the first Phish poster used to advertise a gig – ”Reunion Party” (Have a Heart, Give Us a Hand). This was also the 1st Makisupa Policeman played. While it’s possible this date isn’t real (ie: could be the date of a journal entry) on 10/23/04 Mike stated that it is the real date and recalled that the band played in the garage, using a “borrowed”, self-operated 12-light mechanism with an on on/off switch and that they played a notable version of Makisupa Policeman. Makisupa, while listed here in set I, may have been during any set. The rest of the setlist is unknown.

Slade Hall, UVM
Burlington
VT

In the Midnight Hour, Wild Child[1], Jam -> Bertha[1], Can't You Hear Me Knocking[1] -> St. Stephen Jam -> Can't You Hear Me Knocking, Camel Walk[2], Eyes of the World[1] -> Whipping Post[3] -> Drums[4]
B: Camel Walk, Eyes of the World > Whipping Post, Jam (with drum outro)
[1] First known Phish performance. [2] First known performance [3] First known Phish performance; Jeff on vocals. [4] Marc Daubert on percussion. The setlist for this show might be incomplete, as the recordings that circulate cut during Drums. Marc Daubert made a guest appearance on percussion. This show featured the first known performance of Camel Walk and the first known Phish performances of Wild Child, Bertha, Can't You Hear Me Knocking, Eyes of the World, and Whipping Post (which featured Jeff on vocals). CYHMK included a St. Stephen tease. Copies of this performance often circulate with the incorrect date of November 3, 1983. Also, it is possible that this show was actually on Friday, November 2, 1984, as a photo of a flyer for a show on “11/2” was printed in The Phish Book.

Nectar's
Burlington
VT

Soundcheck: Fluffhead SET 1: Jam, Wild Child > Bertha, Can't You Hear Me Knocking, Camel Walk, Jam, In the Midnight Hour, Scarlet Begonias > Fire[1] > Fire on the Mountain > Makisupa Policeman, Slave to the Traffic Light[2], Spanish Flea[1], Don't Want You No More[3] -> Cities[1] -> Drums[4] -> Skippy the Wondermouse[5], Fluffhead[6] ENCORE: Eyes of the World
[1] First known Phish performance. [2] First known performance. [3] First known Phish performance; missing final lyrics. [4] Marc Daubert. [5] First known Phish performance; Dude of Life on vocals. [6] First known performance; Dude of Life on vocals. Skippy and Fluffhead featured The Dude of Life on vocals. The jam after Camel Walk may have been Back Porch Boogie Blues. Spanish Flea included an introduction of the band members. Don’t Want You No More was not performed in its entirety, as it lacked the final lyrics. The lengthy percussion jam featured a guest appearance from Marc Daubert. Mike recalls that there were approximately 200 people in the audience. This gig featured the first known version of Slave to the Traffic Light and Fluffhead, the first known Phish versions of Fire, Don't Want You No More, Cities, and Skippy the Wondermouse, and the only known Phish version of Spanish Flea. This performance was on the upstairs level of Nectar's.

Dear Mrs Reagan - 4 Track Demo
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