Phish - 07-09-1997

Phish

07-09-1997
Le Transbordeur
Lyon/Villeurbanne, France

discs: 3
recording type: DAUD
shn: yes; book/page: 0/0
quality rating: A+

[disc 1] (68:50)
set 1:
1. crowd noise (0:57)
2. Punch You in the Eye -> (8:12)
3. Prince Caspian -> (8:20)
4. Ginseng Sullivan (3:17)
5. Split Open and Melt (12:50)
6. Dirt (3:57)
7. Taste (11:35)
8. Sweet Adeline (2:25)
9. Harry Hood (17:17)

[disc 2] (67:23)
set 2:
1. Down With Disease -> (13:18)
2. My Soul -> (4:34)
3. Cars Trucks Buses -> (5:28)
4. You Enjoy Myself * (31:59)
5. Ghost * (12:04)

[disc 3] (71:59)
1. Poor Heart * (11:49)
encore:
2. Hello My Baby (1:16)
philler from 11/29/97:
3. Runaway Jim (58:54)

* with Bela Fleck and the Flecktones.

source: Nak 300's with CP-1 cardioids > Denon DRT-80P DAT > Tascam DA20/mkII > ZA2 > SoundForge XP > CDRWIN > HP6020I > SHN > CDRWIN > CDR

Phish Companion says: YEM thru Poor Heart featured Bela Fleck and the Flecktones (Bela Fleck, Jeff Coffin, Roy "Futureman" Wooten, and Victor Wooten), who were announced during the bass and drums segment of YEM and bounced along during the tramps jam. The song then launched into an amazing jam that included Disease teases before segueing nicely into Ghost. Poor Heart included a "Sanford and Son" theme tease from Coffin. Pierre, a local Hagen Dazs employee who the band met the day before, was repeatedly recognized by the band and was brought up on stage and serended during the encore. At one point during the show, Vic Wooten stood behind Mike and the two played Mike's bass together.

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