March 6, 2009

Phish Hampton Coliseum Setlist, March 6, 2009

Whew! What a show! On paper it rivals Big Cypress, and I can say that cause I was there!

Here's
a brief video of "the moment." And another of the quiet section in Divided Sky. But this is one awesome photo from the taper's perspective. More available on Phish.com here.

HAMPTON COLISEUM


SET ONE

Fluffhead, The Divided Sky, Chalk Dust Torture --> Sample in a Jar, Stash, I Didn't Know*, The Oh Kee Pah Ceremony --> Suzy Greenberg --> Farmhouse, NICU --> Horn, Rift, Train Song, Water in the Sky, The Squirming Coil, David Bowie

SET TWO

Backwards Down the Number Line, Tweezer --> Taste, Possum, Theme from the Bottom, First Tube --> Harry Hood, Waste, You Enjoy Myself**

ENCORE

Grind, Bouncin' Around the Room, Loving Cup

TIME OF SHOW: 4:20


*Fishman introduced as "Dad" before vaccum solo.
** Stopped and re-started, possibly a nod to Hampton Jan. 2003

Download the complete show for free at LivePhish.com

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Phish.com threw up a new "From the Road" page, complete with high-res photos from the show.

Photos & Videos

Photo One
Photo Two
Photo Three
Photo Four
Photo Five
I Didn't Know
Photo Seven
Chalk Dust Torture
Photo Nine -- Showtime
Photo 10
First Tube
Photo 12
Photo 13
First Tube Video (complete song)
You Enjoy Myself (trampolines video)
YEM (vocal jam video)
Fluffhead (video)
Tweezer (video)
David Bowie (video)
Harry Hood (video)
Sample in a Jar (video)
Bouncin' Around the Room (video)
Stash (video)
Farmhouse (video -- shakey recording)
NICU (video -- excellent!!!)
I Didn't Know (video)
Backwards Down the Number Line (video)
The Squirming Coil (video)
Train Song (video)
Theme from the Bottom (video)
Grind (video)
Possum (video)
Chalk Dust Torture (video)
Oh Kee Pah Ceremony (video)
Suzy Greenberg (video)
Horn (video)
Rift (video)
Water in the Sky (video)
Loving Cup (video)
Waste (video)

Apparently, Shakedown Street got Shaken-down today in the Hampton lot.

And here is a decent rundown of the reunion. I love the guy who said his name is Rod Stewart.

10 comments:

Jennifer said...

are you posting from the show?

The Wagger said...

Not posting from the show but getting updates in real time.

James said...

Love it! Thank you!

Pete said...

runaway jim in the 2nd set

adphish1 said...

Thanks for the help! I'm a little disappointed when I watch some of the interviews with people before the show saying, "I love Phish so much! I've been waiting for them to get back together...What's that? When did I last see them? Oh, I've never seen them. I'm only 17."

Sigh...I'm feeling old. Is this what Deadheads felt in the 80's and 90's?

Anonymous said...

this setlist is absolutely remarkable. . . my only question is: what are they going to play for the next two nights? this is shaping up to be a 30 song setlist minimal covers. . . totally unreal. thanks for the updates, really appreciate it. been glued to the web since 8 pm.

also, damn everyone who's there.

Anonymous said...

thanks for the blog!

world2give said...

That setlist certainly looks hot.... Fluffhead opener- mmmmm- thats a heck of a bringback..... and like everyone else here, I wish I could be there to experience it but like so many others, the only reason I am locked out of the mothership is because PTBM does not exist anymore and ticketmaster would only sell me a ticket through tickets now and I flat out refuse to support the crime of scalping... so with that said, I hope all the really lucky people (and even the spoiled rich kids) had an incredibly awesome time at tonight's show as I'm sure they did and will for the next two evenings... I know Phish is gonna bust out a couple more gems for 'em that had been collecting dust during the last few years the band toured...

Thank you Wagger for updating your blog and we'll see you again right here tomorrow night.

Anonymous said...

wagger -

hampton is absolutely electric. and the boys are delivering HUGE.

keith

Katie said...

Yeah Wagger...will be hitting refresh on your page again tonight!! :)