Phish - 11-30-1996

Phish

11-30-1996
Sacramento, CA
Arco Arena

discs: 3
recording type: DAUD/neumann
shn: yes; book/page: 1/43
quality rating: A

[disc 1] (73:21)
set 1:
1. Runaway Jim (8:16)
2. Punch You in the Eye (8:21)
3. All Things Reconsidered (2:50)
4. Bouncing Around the Room (3:38)
5. Stash (11:30)
6. Fluffhead (15:15)
7. The Old Home Place * (3:57)
8. Uncle Pen * (4:40)
9. Prince Caspian (7:42)
10. Chalk Dust Torture (7:07)

[disc 2] (74:01)
set 2:
1. La Grange (6:34)
2. It's Ice (10:25)
3. Glide (3:59)
4. Brother ^ (6:12)
5. Contact (5:32)
6. Also Sprach Zarathustra -> (7:59)
7. Timber (Jerry) ** -> (8:29)
8. jam (1:48)
9. Taste ** (8:04)
10. Funky Bitch ** (9:10)
11. Amazing Grace (1:39)
12. Amazing Grace jam # (4:04)

[disc 3] (11:57)
encore:
1. ...crowd noise... (2:01)
2. Possum # (9:56)

* with John McEuen on banjo
^ sung for Page's brother, who was to the side of the stage
** with Peter Apfelbaum on tenor sax
# with Peter Apfelbaum on tenor sax and John McEuen on lap slide guitar

source: DFOB (Neumann KM 140>DA-P1@44.1k)>ZA2>SF 4.0(fades and minor glitch removal)>CDWAV>SHNv3(w/seek tables appended)

DAT>CD Transfer by Jamie Lutch, 11/2000

This is a sick sounding recording of one of the best shows I have ever seen. Enjoy!!

*Dankseed Certification received 00-01-24* and posted at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dankseeds/files/ph96-11-30/ Listening test performed by *5* danksters

Phish Companion says: The Old Home Place and Uncle Pen featured John McEuen on banjo. Timber through Funky Bitch featured Peter Apfelbaum on tenor sax. Taste included an intro jam that was, basically, a slowed-down version of the song. The amazing Grace Jam and Possum featured Apfelbaum on tenor sax and McEuen on lap slide guitar. Punch You in the Eye and Also Sprach featured James Brown teases and antics from Fishman. The lyrics to Brother included a reference to Steve McConnell. A fantastic Possum closed the show.

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