Phish and Related Artists · 2002
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Marijuana Rally

Run Like an Antelope
"Weekend at Burnsie's" Simpsons Episode featuring Phish

Studio 8H, Rockefeller Center
New York

46 Days, Chalkdust Torture
Saturday Night Live appearance

Ed Sullivan Theater
New York

All of These Dreams
Late Show with David Letterman

LoHo Studios
New York

Lazy And Red Den of Iniquity Bubble Wrap Sky Train Wand Blue Over Yellow Guantanamo Strut Victor Jam Session 35 Minute Jam Heartache Last Victor Jam
On December 19th, 2002, while Phish was in New York to appear on The Late Show With David Letterman, Trey and Page popped into a downtown recording studio sometime after midnight. Deciding to play, they called Fishman and Gordon, asking them to join. Phish then taped an extensive spontaneous jam session, and decided on the title, The Victor Disc, named after the session’s engineer.

Madison Square Garden
New York

Piper, Guyute > NICU, Horn, Wilson*, Mound, Squirming Coil, David Bowie
Waves -> Divided Sky, Lawn Boy, Carini, Rift, Harry Hood, Character Zer0
Sample in a Jar, Seven Below** -> Auld Lang Syne*** > Runaway Jim -> Time Loves a Hero, Taste^, Strange Design, Walls of the Cave, Encore: Wading in the Velvet Sea
Pre-show music on the PA included the "Welcome Back Kotter" theme, "Reunited," "The Boys are Back in Town," and "Foreplay/Long Time." * Preceeded by footage from the movie "Castaway" on the jumbotron screens on the scoreboard (scenes in which Tom Hanks's character is yelling for his befriended volleyball named "Wilson"); with 'Tom Hanks' (actually Page's brother, Steve McConnell) on vocals for the "Blat Boom..." part. ** During "Seven Below" a disco ball was lowered from within the scoreboard and it began snowing on stage; several dancers in white with blinking light "stick figure skeletons", dressed as snow creatures (with a vaguely "winter/forest kingdom" fantasy motif, including white costumes with fur and some horned helmets) came out and began circling the band on stage before moving off into the crowd - while in the crowd several grew into large snow angels by adding stilts to their costumes; midway during the song snow began falling on the fans on the floor from a pair of snowmaking rigs on the right and left sides of the scoreboard above the floor; shortly before midnight, the snow angels began shining small spotlights around the crowd, appearing similar to search lights *** At midnight, pyrotechnics spiraled around and behind the stage (some coming from the snowmaking rigs) and enormous white balloons with snow designs were dropped onto the floor. ^ Includes "What's The Use" tease Last Time Loves A Hero August 11, 1998 (148 shows) Last Mound November 19, 1996 (272 shows)


Songs in the Key of Phish Vol. II

1.Boogie On Reggae Woman-STEVIE WONDER 2.Also Sprach Zarathustra-DEODATO 3.Good Times Bad Times-LED ZEPPELIN 4.Jesus Just Left Chicago-ZZ TOP 5.Drowned-THE WHO 6.Bold As Love-JIMI HENDRIX 7.When the Circus Comes-LOS LOBOS 8.Walk Away-THE JAMES GANG 9.Life On Mars?-DAVID BOWIE 10.Caravan-DUKE ELLINGTON 11.Albuquerque-NEIL YOUNG 12.Cracklin' Rosie-NEIL DIAMOND 13.Take the "A" Train-DUKE ELLINGTON 14.A Day in the Life-THE BEATLES
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