Jam Chart for the state of TN (79 entries)

Date Song City Timing Notes
1993-02-18 Tweezer Knoxville, TN 12:28 Takes awhile to get going, but when it does, it's very strong... before it cools off. Unusual ending too as Fish kicks ->into Foam.
1993-02-18 Reba Knoxville, TN 13:05 Great drumming through the composed section mellows into a smooth, Mike-driven beat. Trey modifies his tone and hits a series of scattershot notes before infusing the jam with a warm melody and cool trilling. The band toys with an array of tempos and speeds before Trey seizes upon a great theme which is worked though a strong build into a nice peak.
1993-02-18 Mike's Knoxville, TN 7:08 After a nice "In The Hall Of The Mountaint King" tease from Page, the 1st jam is centered around "Another One Bites The Dust" (Queen) teasing, then the 2nd jam features more jamming to the same tune, but in a twisted and distorted way.
1993-02-18 Hydrogen Knoxville, TN 4:22 Extended intro with swells of feedback from Trey akin to the pre-Nirvana section of YEM.
1993-07-29 Possum Knoxville, TN 10:26 Very cool beginning to the jam, and Trey is tuly superb throughout, embracing a variety of styles and tecniques.
1993-07-30 Reba Antioch, TN 13:56 A pretty, inspired, patient, and increidbly quiet jam (check this out with headphones) which, in addition to melodic, and typically inventive Trey, features wonderful work from Page. Mike and Fish maintain a breezy, airy sort of rhythm as the version steadily gains momentum, the musicians nicely modulating, before Trey trakes over, building the jam to a blistering peak.
1993-07-30 Fluffhead Antioch, TN 14:43 Little sprinkles of improvisational play throughout this great version, and Page is notably strong. Who Do? We Do! is dynamic and filled with great Fish, leading the team. Mike compliments Page's solo in Clod quite nicely, while Trey and Fish stretch the celebratory victory lap in Arrival out just a bit. There is a cool, gradual fade-out to this version, with Trey switching to acoustic guitar.
1994-04-25 Runaway Jim Knoxville, TN 8:15 Blistering hot "Type I" version with superb playing by Fish and Trey.
1994-04-25 Foam Knoxville, TN 9:35 > in from "Fee." Page's solo is dynamic, with both subtle and louder moments. Cool band-wide collective improvisation during Trey's solo, and a high-octane ending.
1994-04-25 SOAMelt Knoxville, TN 13:50 Fantastic, improvisational version that expertly combines far-ranging exploration with captivating, spell-binding playing. Fish is incredible throughout, and the blistering conclusion is icing on the cake.
1994-04-25 Antelope Knoxville, TN 10:46 "Layla" teases, rhythmic gyrations, great staccato playing by Trey, and incredible Trey shredding for an intense peak.
1994-05-03 Stash Antioch, TN 9:52 Enchanting little version that shifts back and forth from minor to major mode several times, then explores.
1994-05-03 Slave Antioch, TN 9:46 Excellent quiet '94-style space early in the jam, with a very gradual uptick in the intensity. Sick trilling by Trey.
1994-10-12 SOAMelt Memphis, TN 11:07 Dark, dissonant and percussive exploratory jamming. Assertive Fish action.
1994-10-12 Bowie Memphis, TN 16:51 Enchanting, Page-led early part to jam. At 9:00, Fish and Trey kick it up to more typically intense mode. At 12:25, a calm envelopes, before the storm returns. Excellent "Bowie."
1994-10-16 Fluffhead Chattanooga, TN 14:20 Right from the start, this excellent version is loaded with sprinkles of improvisation, well worth the visit despite minor flaws. Unlike most '94 performances, this one seems less intense and high power, and instead, adopts a more experimental approach. From Fluff's Travels to little spots in Clod, this "Fluffhead" is just a bit different than most. Page's piano solo in Clod is wild and crazy, while Trey's guitar efforts in Arrival seem to visit some slightly new territory.
1994-10-16 Antelope Chattanooga, TN 12:30 Dissonant and improvisational jam that gets way out there at a couple of points, and has a little Trey solo in the "Marco" section.
1994-10-18 Stash Nashville, TN 10:47 Excellent version with a nice movement beyond "Stash" including moments of that Fall '94 spacious sound.
1994-10-18 It's Ice Nashville, TN 8:55 Nice rocking full band jam.
1994-10-18 Bowie Nashville, TN 13:42 Fantastic, multi-faceted version. Dissonance and Tension: check. Tempo and rhythmic shifts: check. But this one also has beautiful, upbeat jamming (aka major mode).
1994-10-18 Reba Nashville, TN 17:34 A huge "Reba" remarkable in that the band departs a really pointed and direct groove to enter a passag of marked space, noted, as some, for sharing similar qualities of "Eyes of the World." Complete with "Dave's Energy Guide" teasing, an experimental, probing version which again pushes against traditional form and convention.
1994-10-18 SOAMule Nashville, TN 10:31 Bela Fleck on banjo, with Bela and Page playing along together before the full band kicks into a low key jam.
1994-10-18 Llama Nashville, TN 10:25 It's like a "Mule Duel" between Page and Trey, except this is a "Llama Duel" between Bela Fleck, Page and Trey. The duel starts with acoustic instruments before switching to electric. Incredible, must-hear version. Sbd available on FTA - Bonnaroo Pt. 1.
1995-06-14 Tweezer Memphis, TN 49:49 Legendary "Mud Island Tweezer." It took over a set. Longest "Tweezer" in history. A masterpiece.
1995-11-29 Reba Nashville, TN 15:27 Almost two months removed from Shoreline's speedy "Reba," the band again takes flight, whipping through the composed section at warp speed. The ensuing jam, while metered, does not relent, with passionate, inspired Trey leading the way, while focused, full-band play is infused with great syncopation and rich melodic variation.
1995-11-29 Timber Ho Nashville, TN 8:31 Set II opener. Unusual intro. Intense with ferocious percussion. Page jumps to the B-3 briefly to provide an unusual and chilling effect. Multiple movements in this incredible, jarring jam that will rattle your skull. > to "Sparkle."
1995-11-29 Possum Nashville, TN 17:20 Extended, percussive intro, almost like a "Bowie." Soaring, multiple peak jam with awesome Trey and Fish.
1995-11-29 Taste That Surrounds Nashville, TN 7:58 With Bela Fleck on banjo. This is a fantastic version; the banjo is a perfect addition for an intense, rhythmically complex, song like "Taste."
1995-11-29 Slave Nashville, TN 11:22 Bela Fleck on banjo. This is a fantastic version, with Bela and Trey pairing together incredibly well.
1996-11-06 Mike's Knoxville, TN 23:37 In '96, the band seemed to stretch out the "Type I" 1st jam considerably, and this one is a good example, which continues to 10:05, but not much really happens in that time. In the 2nd jam, Page treats us to a run through his gamut of keyboard toys, including the Moog, B-3, Fender-Rhodes, and piano, while Trey is noticeably hanging back in a support role.
1996-11-06 Weekapaug Knoxville, TN 9:00 Straightforward, but with very strong, inspired playing by Trey (and everyone else, too).
1996-11-06 SOAMule Knoxville, TN 14:53 Page > Trey vocal/guitar > Page piano, Fish on percussion, Trey guitar, Mike bass jamming out to Page's piano > klezmer and finale.
1996-11-18 CDT Memphis, TN 8:57 Straightforward, but some fantastic and crazy playing by Trey.
1996-11-18 2001 Memphis, TN 11:40 The first version to go deep. Game changer and features some excellent blues playing from Trey.
1996-11-18 Simple Memphis, TN 16:37 A rhythmic, staccato-like jam briefly emerges from the standard before shifting to a Trey-led, soaring and "HOSE"-filled finale. The jam finally settles and -> to "Swept Away."
1996-11-18 SOAMule Memphis, TN 12:54 Page solo > Trey guitar/vocal solo > Page on piano, Trey on guitar with crazy falsetto singing > klezmer > chanting.
1998-11-15 SOAMule Murfreesboro, TN 12:55 Page solo > very quiet and pretty Page/Trey duet that is almost an ambient jam and is joined by Mike and Fish who add sound and energy. The jam grows quiet again > klezmer and finale.
1998-11-15 LxL Murfreesboro, TN 9:25 Awesome guitar, great rhythm/piano/guitar interplay, and steady, solid bass back-up playing.
1998-11-15 Velvet Sea Murfreesboro, TN 9:27 Has a superb, serene and delicate outro jam which @ucpete notes sounds similar to the ending of the "Waves" soundcheck from 5/26/11 (and he's right about this).
1999-07-01 Wolfman's Antioch, TN 10:33 Jerry Douglas on dobro. Very cool and different sort of "WB" that is well worth checking out.
1999-07-01 Roggae Antioch, TN 9:31 Jerry Douglas on dobro, Ronnie McCoury on mandolin and Tim O'Brien on fiddle. A wonderful version.
1999-07-01 BOTT Antioch, TN 6:09 Jerry Douglas on Dobro, Ronnie McCoury on mandolin, and Tim O'Brien on fiddle on this bluegrass version. Great short version!
1999-07-01 DwD Antioch, TN 18:38 As if playing to extinguish the pouring rain, Trey's "soloing" is incendiary, a sort of in-your-face jamming possibly unparalleled. The jam isn't totally absent nuance, however, and play cools to become a bit introspective before the band nimbly works towards the song's conclusion and > "Caspian."
1999-07-01 Caspian Antioch, TN 8:38 Some really fine, unusually restrained but passionate soloing by Trey is followed by wonderful Page soloing without the usual noisy closing chords. Instead, Page's solo > to "YEM."
1999-07-01 YEM Antioch, TN 27:40 Phat and funky! Huge thunderstorm during this version.
1999-09-29 2001 Memphis, TN 21:33 Alice in Wonderland on DMT. This is "2001: A Space Odyssey". The first jam will send you to another galaxy, while the second jam will blow your brains out. An all time great.
2000-06-22 LxL Antioch, TN 9:36 Why many folks consider the "LxL" jam somewhat similar to The Grateful Dead's "Crazy Fingers." Trey soars in this version.
2000-06-22 CDT Antioch, TN 9:35 Scorching hot.
2000-06-22 Jibboo Antioch, TN 12:48 Swift and high-energy playing throughout. A clean, linear build in energy, from patient and quiet interplay between Page and Trey at the beginning, building with whale call bends and rotary swirl, finally ascending to a heavenly peak. Very happy and massive hose during the peak; spacey jam on the back end -> to "2001."
2000-06-22 Sand Antioch, TN 11:02 An interesting jam which takes a more reserved, melodic route with Fish playing unaccompanied for a time as the band comes down to near silence briefly. The latter part of the jam includes some effects from Page and a nice ascending progression.
2000-06-22 Hood Antioch, TN 2:32 Robbie McCoury on banjo, Ronnie McCoury on mandolin, and Sam Bush on fiddle. "Hood" intro -> "Dog Faced Boy" > "Hood." Unfortunately the AUD recording does not do justice to this cool instrumental arrangement. KS - Live Bait Vol. ?
2000-06-22 Dog Faced Boy Antioch, TN 2:13 -> in from the intro to "Hood." Robbie McCoury on banjo, Ronnie McCoury on mandolin and Sam Bush on fiddle. "Dog Faced Boy" is played in entirety in the intro. > back to "Hood."
2000-06-22 Hood Antioch, TN 13:57 > in from "Dog Faced Boy." This great "Hood" now launches, but the AUD recording does not do justice to the great and different instrumentation.
2000-06-22 YEM Antioch, TN 21:11 EXCELLENT jam segment.
2009-06-10 Foam Knoxville, TN 8:11 Powerful Page solo with a ragtime feel. Trey brings the volume way down at first before a big peak. Sounds like '93 - '94.
2009-06-10 Waves Knoxville, TN 11:21 This is a very well-played version with a full length "Waves" jam. 3 minute outro jam leads to transition to "ASIHTOS."
2009-06-10 Reba Knoxville, TN 12:41 Excellent full-band play featuring quiet, expansive and contemplative work from Trey, whose warm tone is complimented in great part by Page. Mike and Fish modify the beat, and the musicians dial the jam down to an all but erasure of sound. Mike and Trey team to rebuild momentum, before Trey summons a few chords and, shaping his sound, directs the band into a passage of measured and progressive space.
2009-06-12 KDF Manchester, TN 15:18 The first "Type II" version. Led by Trey, the jam slowly drifts from the typical blues-rock into a whammy-filled, major-key groove not unlike the famous 7/10/99 "CDT" in spots. Ends with a -> to "Free."
2015-08-04 Wolfman's Nashville, TN 10:34 Mike and Fish set a great chunky and snappy groove in the first part of the jam which Page and Trey ride to great effect, and quite patiently. Then they flip the switch and the jam concludes with the expected power peak.
2015-08-04 Mike's Nashville, TN 14:27 For the first time in over 15 years, the band breaks into a bona fide 2nd jam. While the 1st is typical 3.0 stuff, and the transition unusual, all is forgiven as the 2nd jam begins in classic "Mike's" rocking and rhythmic playing before settling. After 10:30 the jam develops a dark and introspective bent, and Trey's time "in the woodshed" before the FTW concerts is noticeable in his soloing.
2015-08-04 Weekapaug Nashville, TN 13:50 Following a nice tempo slow down early on, the jam departs the standard and coalesces on an "Electric Funeral"-like theme (Black Sabbath). "C&P" vocal quotes are added as the jam picks up tempo and returns to familiar "Weekapaug" ground.
2016-10-18 Twist Nashville, TN 15:48 This "Twist" gets Weir'd from the beginning as the (new) band continues getting their sea legs, but once things get rolling, they stay Weir'd throughout in the best way possible. Not the deepest version ever, but must-hear nonetheless.
2016-10-18 Playing in the Band Nashville, TN 11:28 The only Phish version of "Playing in the Band" marks the peak of Bob Weir's Nashville sit-in. Upbeat and melodic, this jam serves as a nice reprisal of Trey's GD50 work.
2016-10-19 Tube Nashville, TN 6:40 "Tube" continued its '16 comeback campaign with this sweet version featuring active back and forth between Page and Trey and a Moog-filled climax.
2016-10-19 Tweezer Nashville, TN 16:48 Funky, powerful start transitions to a melodic plateau with soaring improv.
2016-10-19 Plasma Nashville, TN 8:40 "Plasma" assumes a fluid, late second-set form. Atmospheric and introspective, with strong elements of "Timber (Jerry)," Mike and Fish create a brooding, cosmic space within which Page provides on-point fills, and Trey works through a number of styles and rhythmic shifts, coloring the jam with really cool and pensive "feedback" intraplay.
2016-10-19 Hood Nashville, TN 16:23 On the heels of a strong "Plasma," yet another wandering "Hood" serves to anchor a strong show. While the exploratory sections (5:00 - 12:30) offer some excellent playing, the return home leaves room for improvement.
2018-10-23 Mike's Nashville, TN 12:50 The jam swiftly pushes outside typical playing, breaking into dark, funky rock. Around 6:30, the mood lightens, and inspired, upbeat playing ensues. Another shift happens at 9:00, and the mood darkens again, with evil-sounding Mike taking the lead, before one final, brief flip back to warmer sentiments.
2018-10-23 Ghost Nashville, TN 17:30 > from "Mike's Song", Trey starts off a very improvisational dark, full-band jam, dominated by low tone synths from Mike. Play stays crunchy, infused with distortion and delay, the band riding a spooky groove, offset be terrific Page. Trey teases "Tired of Waiting for You" before the band, led by Fish, coalesces, each member contributing interesting ideas that beautifully combine into high-energy Trey, who, after turning on an echo, employs brain-scrambling delay before the four slow things down to close. H/T to @Col_Radicones_Ascent for the language.
2018-10-23 Everything's Right Nashville, TN 12:24 A part of a set-long "Mike's Groove." No time is wasted before the bands jumps into a pulsing, driving jam. All four members seem to function as a single unit. Around 8:00, Mike and Trey lock in on a riff together that takes the jam to a new level. By the 10:10 mark, the jam slips back to more familiar "ER" territory. > into "Set Your Soul Free."
2018-10-24 Gin Nashville, TN 18:20 An inventive set-closer which explores numerous spaces beyond the norm including gentle dreamlike play, fuzzy rock, and Santana-esque vamping before smartly returning to "Gin" for a smooth finish.
2019-06-14 Everything's Right Manchester, TN 14:04 A hidden gem in a stand-alone festival set. Buried 9 minutes in is an abrupt but welcome left turn to blissier grooves, and multiple pleasant and sizable peaks unfold on the back of Mike's rolling bass. At 11:20, a thematic tone poem introduced by Trey builds up to a sustain-drenched peak.
2021-08-04 Fluffhead Nashville, TN 17:08 While Hampton will forever remain "The" comeback version, the band, more than a decade later, may have, after some close calls, "arrived." While "Fluff" is terrific live, and there have been powerful moments, one might have to revisit 10/29/10 to find, on tape, a version that rivals this beauty from note to note. Just another in a long list of examples demonstrating Phish's incredible 2021 full-band power.
2021-08-04 Mr. Completely Nashville, TN 18:55 The opening to one of the year's strongest second frames, this "Mr. Completely" indulges in its usual jam before Fish switches up his flow and Trey moves into a new key. Page's electric piano cuts through the mire, and a warm groove emerges as a result. Fish starts throwing in the "Mr. Completely" drum fill almost as a challenge to himself, and Trey moves to stabbing echo-laden chords as the jam picks up speed "Bathtub Gin" style. Something funkier and stranger emerges, and Mike flips on his envelope filter as the jam builds to a ferocious climax, then dies away with some more "Mr. Completely" drum fills by Fish for fun. > into "BOAF".
2021-08-04 Ghost Nashville, TN 13:19 With more lives than a cat, this "Ghost" showcases what's so fun and great about Summer 21. While jams are often considered "soupy," here the band simmers, producing play that cooks to a slow boil. Dark and intense, the band uses space as a canvas, splashing their patterned, space-age, electro rock, with all four contributing in equal measure before Trey, in Jedi-fashion, stumbles upon one of his most thrilling lines - if you don't know the one, listen - which Pages hears, seizes, and owns. This informs a tremendous run and one of the Phishiest segues (-> "Gin") in some time. Must. Listen.
2021-08-04 Gin Nashville, TN 12:56 Amidst a "Gin"-soaked tour, this version, -> from a wonderful "Ghost," embodies so much of what is so cool about Phish. Wild, carefree, and careening, the jam lifts elements from earlier in the set, mixes them with new ingredients, and produces an intoxicating jam which settles to become more traditional. Obliterating all traces of night one's hangover, the > into "2001" is the olive on the top.
2021-08-04 2001 Nashville, TN 7:12 In a year where effects have shaped many jams, this 2001 is no different. SLOWWWWW start but the jam shows off the unique sounds of summer 2021. Page in particular is showcased and sneaks a cool Bathtub Gin tease.
2021-08-04 SOAMelt Nashville, TN 16:27 The jam begins with some quiet musing that quickly veers beyond the norm. Largely dark in tone, the music gradually builds a percussive base and power. The intensity builds until around 15:00, when the jam returns to "SOAM" proper to close.
2021-08-04 Character Zero Nashville, TN 7:05 Yeah, "Zero" has a JC. And not just to feature 11/26/97. Strange version, and while not on par with, say, what we get during the Baker's Dozen, the play is atypical, with Trey seemingly shearing off blocks of sound, and laying into his effects. Summer 2021. Anything goes. And that's the case here, with this interesting version.
Jam chart versions are selected because of improvisational and other characteristics that distinguish these from typical versions of the song.
The jam chart team has highlighted some versions with a yellow background; these are the versions the team believes to be especially improvisational, or otherwise notable.
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