Phish - 10-31-1998

Phish

10-31-1998
Thomas and Mack Center
Las Vegas, NV

discs: 4
recording type: DAUD
shn: yes; book/page: 0/0
quality rating: A

[disc 1] (51:31)
set 1:
1. Axilla (I) (3:44)
2. Punch You in the Eye (9:13)
3. Roggae (8:48)
4. Birds of a Feather (7:25)
5. Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley -> (10:52)
6. Chalk Dust Torture -> (8:23)
7. Lawn Boy (3:06)

[disc 2] (52:09)
set 1 con't:
1. Mike's Song * -> (9:32)
2. Frankie Says -> (5:16)
3. Weekapaug Groove (12:07)
set 2:
4. Who Loves the Sun (3:40)
5. Sweet Jane (8:14)
6. Rock and Roll (13:20)

[disc 3] (51:25)
set 2 con't:
1. Cool It Down (7:39)
2. New Age (8:37)
3. Head Held High (4:18)
4. Lonesome Cowboy Bill (10:14)
5. I Found a Reason (4:34)
6. Train Round the Bend (6:57)
7. Oh! Sweet Nuthin' (9:06)

[disc 4] (62:41)
set 3:
1. Wolfman's Brother ** -> (30:26)
2. Piper (13:14)
3. Ghost (8:50)
encore:
4. crowd noise (0:41)
5. Sleeping Monkey (5:48)
6. Tweezer Reprise (3:42)

note: short static noise at end of sneakin sally

Set 2 was the "musical costume": "Loaded" by The Velvet Underground. The vocal breakdown for that set is: Who Loves the Sun (Trey); Sweet Jane (Page); Rock and Roll (Page); Cool It Down (Trey/Page); New Age (Trey); Head Held High (Trey); Lonesome Cowboy Bill (Fish); I Found A Reason (Trey/Mike); Train Round the Bend (Mike/Fish); Oh! Sweet Nuthin' (Page).

* With "Simple" teases.
** With a 15-minute Ambient Jam (remniscent of Lemonwheel Ambient set; possibly including "Lifeboy," "Esther," "Makisupa" teases; with a glowstick war, lots of fog, and Fish on vacuum; ending with a "Ghost" tease). Then followed a 5-minute funk jam (similar to Traffic's "Low Sparks of High-Heeled Boys"; ended with a "Sleeping Monkey" tease) and then a quiet jam before segueing into "Piper." Altogether, more than 22 minutes between "Wolfman" and "Piper."

Phish Companion says: All of the songs in the second set were debuts, except for Sweet Jane and Lonesome Cowboy Bill (which hadn't been played since 6/10/95 - 267 shows). Mike's Song included Simple teases, and the long jam out of Wolfman's included Esther and Sleeping Monkey teases. Fishman added effects with his vacuum while seated at the drum set. The band left the stage during Ghost, as the sound of Trey's delay loop ended the show.

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