SET 1: AC/DC Bag, Ya Mar -> Runaway Jim, Reba, Birds of a Feather, Meatstick, Two Versions of Me, Vultures, Limb By Limb, Cavern
SET 2: Down with Disease > NICU -> Brother, Lawn Boy, Discern, Waves -> Jam > David Bowie
SET 3: Rock and Roll -> Seven Below -> Scents and Subtle Sounds -> Seven Below -> Spread It 'Round > Bug
ENCORE: Dog Log > The Mango Song
SET 4: Tower Jam
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Review by waxbanks
...well, the Tower Jam is the weirdest Phish of 2003, which makes it a strong contender for 'weirdest Phish since that insufferable Heartbreaker jam on 11/30/97.' If you're at all interested in post-hiatus Phish, hear the IT soundcheck and Tower Jam; they're yin and yang and both essential (in different ways). There are 'better' individual jams in other Summer '03 shows, but this one's a little like Big Cypress: with the pressure off and with a full tour's steam behind them, the boys just stretched out and played to the stars.