Soundcheck: Jam, Nellie Kane, Funky Bitch, Demand
SET 1: Runaway Jim, Foam, Guelah Papyrus, Down with Disease > Mound, Stash, The Squirming Coil, Tela > Llama
SET 2: Dinner and a Movie > Sample in a Jar > David Bowie > Contact > Big Ball Jam > Julius > Hold Your Head Up > Bike > Hold Your Head Up, Harry Hood, Amazing Grace
ENCORE: Bold As Love
Trey quoted Tin Man in Dinner and A Movie. The Bowie intro contained a Sample tease. Trey teased Smoke on the Water in the Big Ball Jam. Before Harry Hood, Fish and Trey acknowledged the crowd’s varied requests but noted that they couldn’t understand what songs people were yelling for. Fish responded by screaming incoherently, mimicking what the crowd noise sounded like to him on stage. Trey noted that the band had been playing all night and wanted to give the audience a chance to perform. He counted off to the crowd, who responded with assorted clapping and cheering. Fish jokingly remarked “you guys haven’t played that in so long.” Hood contained Across the River (Peter Gabriel) and Odd Couple theme teases.
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Review by lpenoza
The concert had it's moments of craziness as the second set brought a Big Ball Jam - I had snagged a seat very near the stage (General Admission rules!) and I got several chances to handle Mike's BALL (go ahead and make the joke everyone tries). The BBJ's are usually "skip it" material for playback, but to be part of an audience PLAYING THE BAND is something you don't often do, and brought a closeness with the band that has to be experienced.
You gotta love a Bike from Fishman, and a Hood late in the show. The mood tends to be advanced if you follow. The excellent Bold As Love encore was a nod to the hometown of Jimi Hendrix - Seattle WA USA. I do wish PHiSH would return to play the city proper - 1996 was the last time. Can't complain too much about the FIVE 2-day stands at the Gorge though.