|1990-09-20||Possum||Somerville, MA||10:21||Quality jam includes experimental melody lines from Trey, signals, and multiple rolling peaks before the big one.|
|1990-09-20||McGrupp||Somerville, MA||8:51||The audience really gets into this one, clapping along with the band as they all rock it up with Page in a high energy and super fun version.|
|1990-09-20||Antelope||Somerville, MA||12:25||The jam breaks beyond "Antelope" several times and keeps circling back. Nice screaming by someone (Fish?). Fish is awesome in this version which also has many signals (see Setlist).|
|1990-09-21||YEM||Somerville, MA||18:45||Excellent jam segment; "Sweet Emotion" tease (Mike).|
|1990-11-17||Suzy||Somerville, MA||6:27||Includes a full band "Low Rider" jam and subsequent tease from Trey.|
|1990-11-17||Fluffhead||Somerville, MA||14:57||Passing through the shoals of Fluff's Travels, The Chase and Who Do? We Do! relatively unscathed, Mike really steps it up in Clod, offering powerful counterpoint to Page and Trey, and rhythmic support of Fish. A groovy Page solo in Clod, replete with a schoolyard taunt, and a solid run through Bundle of Joy gives the band good reason to blow it out in a big way, once they arrive.|
|1991-05-03||Tweezer||Somerville, MA||10||"Sweet Emotion" quote/jam.|
|1991-05-03||Runaway Jim||Somerville, MA||6:49||Another example of what makes the band so special. Tight, full-band play, featuring truly dynamic percussion "within" wonderful phrasing and a wild, vivid, yet wholly controlled array of notes from Trey. Cools > "Tela".|
|1991-05-03||YEM||Somerville, MA||17:55||Great VJ!|
|1991-07-19||Tweezer||Somerville, MA||11:32||Giant Country Horns, and Fishman vocalizations (and improvised lyrics) over the jam, help make this an atypically fierce version.|
|1991-11-21||Esther||Somerville, MA||9:42||An especially thoughtful and busy intro sets the foundation for a strong version featuring dynamic playing and impressive modulation, with particularly strong contributions from Page and inventive soloing from Trey.|
|1991-11-21||Weekapaug||Somerville, MA||10:12||First "Weekapaug" to really break out into an extended improvisational jam, with significant exploratory play, an excellent tease/jam of "On Broadway," signals, a fiery peak, and multiple endings.|
Phish.net is a non-commercial project run by Phish fans and for Phish fans under the auspices of the all-volunteer, non-profit Mockingbird Foundation.
This project serves to compile, preserve, and protect encyclopedic information about Phish and their music.
The Mockingbird Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by Phish fans in 1996 to generate charitable proceeds from the Phish community.
And since we're entirely volunteer – with no office, salaries, or paid staff – administrative costs are less than 2% of revenues! So far, we've distributed just about $1,500,000 to support music education for children – hundreds of grants in all 50 states, with more on the way.