Trey teased Nellie Kane in Weekapaug. Ya Mar contained Lizards teases from Trey. Amazing Grace was performed without microphones. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. GTBT was preceded by a Black or White tease from Trey and subsequently included Heartbreaker teases.
The Lizards tease in Ya Mar, Heartbreaker tease in Good Times Bad Times, Black or White tease, Nellie Kane tease in Weekapaug Groove
Debut Years (Average: 1989)

This show was part of the "1995 Fall Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1995-11-11

Review by HighNote

HighNote Phish's three-night run at The Fox was capped off by this stellar Saturday night show. There is a superb, loud, and crisp recording of this show available on and the Spreadsheet and I recommend picking it up. I have been making my way through the epic '95 Fall Tour thanks to the tapers and this show is worth pointing out to those looking for a new show to check out!

Set I

Cars, Trucks, Buses gets the show rolling as Page rips this one up and sets the pace for this show.

Mike's Song > A Day in the Life > Poor Heart > Weekapaug Groove combination is a real treat. This Mike's Groove, with Day in the Life And Poor Heart sandwiched between clocks, in at 30 min and contains a deep jam in Mike's with another strong Paug jam.

Ya Mar is played very tight, with Page and Trey both hitting stride in their jam sections, respectively. Plus Lizards teases ta-boot.

Next comes STASH, which IMHO is one of the best versions of the entire '95 Fall Tour, stays Type I, but peaks very strongly and seems to blowing the roof off The Fox for the final three minutes of this one.
If you like this song, def. check out this version.

The Fox is quieted down for an a capella Amazing Grace, followed by a standard Fee and CTD, which is quite the hand-banger, with loud and powerful jamming from the boys. As noted by others, Trey holds his signature high note for a good min., too

Set II

2001 --> Bowie - Usual paring for this time period, but Bowie, which clocks in at 18 minutes, really get out there...from 6:15 - 8:30, the band builds subtle, intensifying tension, then Trey switches on the tremolo effect on his guitar and goes to town as Page layers the effect, with Fishman beating on the drums and turns this jam into one dark beast.

Sleeping Monkey > Frankenstein -> Suspicious Minds > Hold Your Head Up, worth listen for the pairing and the Frankenstein, which rocks, as usual

A strong 15 min Antelope closes out the second set.

8.5/10 - show

Hightlights: Mike's extended Groove, Ya Mar, Stash, Bowie, Antelope
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Review by Brandonclick77

Brandonclick77 Since 94,I was seeing and gathering as much information and music as I could from this band...if I had the whole catalog up to 95 I'd still want to here there progression...anyway,In the time of constantly doing b&p for tapes I came across this show,the second set I'n particular...anyway,I'm not an analyst,I just go by the groove and my heart,and I will say the Bowie this set always blew me away...there's just a point where the beat seems lost and they all synch up again's no deer creek 95 or providence 94,but it's pretty damn sublime to me...
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Review by westbrook

westbrook The final night of the Fox Theatre run might be the best of the 3. This show gets serious quickly with a great Mike's Groove and the rest of the first set is well-played and enjoyable. Listen for Trey's long held note in CDT. The second set brings more of the same excellent playing and the Bowie, Fluffhead, and Antelope are all strong.
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Review by paulj

paulj It was @TheTimberHo's birthday, and my primary memory of this show is collapsing into our seats at the end of the first set and the kid next us--who'd driven up from New Orleans--turned to her with a joyful smile and said, "Happy Birthday, man!"

This shows smokes from beginning to end. It's been almost 20 years and this remains one the favorite shows I've seen. Although nothing in the second set seems to be a "recommended version", the sum is definitely greater than the parts.
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Review by spreaditround

spreaditround SET 1: Cars Trucks Buses: Standard >

Mike's Song: Holy placement batman, you KNOW it's on - intent has been noted. First jam is an intense rocker. Page and Mike lead the way in the second jam as a big wall of sound develops and Trey does his thing on the drum kit. >

A Day in the Life > Poor Heart: Standard. >

Weekapaug Groove,: This one is quite strong and has some cool elements of funk to it. Really good stuff here. Not sure it's an all-timer but it's probably pretty close. This is a true story, I was jamming this as I was driving down the road and dictated these notes into my phone. When I got home I saw the charted notes here on .net are very similar to mine, how odd!

Horse > Silent in the Morning: Standard.

Ya Mar: Lizards tease and Fishman shines.

Stash: I love this version - it's very intense - hard to believe it's not charted. Maybe because it's not that long?

Amazing Grace: Standard.

Fee: Standard. >

Chalk Dust Torture: Trey holds a couple notes from around 3:40 through4:15 or so, hot version.

SET 2: Also Sprach Zarathustra: Can't be beat coming out of setbreak playing this, sets the stage perfectly for... >

David Bowie: Not really sure why this version isn't charted - I am a big fan. Maybe because it has more substance than style for most of it but the last few minutes are white hot.

Suzy Greenberg > Uncle Pen: Standard.

Fluffhead: Maybe not a perfect version technically speaking but this one delivers quite a punch. This Fluff gets totally smoked and it deserves its spot at the table of the greatest versions of this tune ever played.

Sleeping Monkey: Ahhh, the clear indication that the band loves the product they put on the stage on this evening! >

Frankenstein -> Suspicious Minds > Hold Your Head Up: Standard.

Run Like an Antelope: Strong version to close out the set. Band is on fire.

ENCORE: Acoustic Army, Good Times Bad Times: Perfect encore to cap a memorable three night run!

Summary: Mike's, Paug, Ya Mar, Stash, CDT, Bowie, Fluffhead, and Antelope all have replay value. I mean, just seriously take a look at that list - what an unbelievable show. They just threw it down to bring this memorable three night run to a close. Those in attendance were very lucky! Show smokes! .net has it at a 4.39, I like it more than that - I am at a 4.5 out of 5. Show is a legendary!
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Review by fhqwhgads

fhqwhgads This was a 3-night run at the Fabulous Fox Theatre in Atlanta, beginning with 11/9/95. You can see my reviews for the two previous shows on their respective setlist pages (I wasn't there; these were written based in retrospect upon the recordings on Cars Trucks Buses is a rad opener > a "Mike's Groove" whose "meat" of the sandwich as it were is A Day in the Life and Poor Heart... a truly imaginative approach to the standard Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove. Mike's Song takes a somewhat more inventive than usual (for 1995) approach to the then-typical Trey-percussion-rack jam (Trey, at this time, had a little percussion set that he'd forsake his guitar for, temporarily, in order to color jams in a more grid-like fashion that relied less on his prowess as a lead-guitar bandleader.) Weekapaug Groove is pretty reliably "shreddy," with some intriguing space in the jam that definitely qualifies it for Highly Recommended status. The Ya Mar and Stash from this set are also worth giving a tilt and whirl. David Bowie as the second song in the second set is long, but not really that remarkable beyond average-great qualifications: it does break into some typical-of-1995 sub-funk (not sure how to describe this other than "clattering," as coined by @waxbanks I believe, as in "clattering, Rube-Goldberg funk" about a certain Wolfman's Brother from 1997.) Fluffhead and Run Like an Antelope are probably the keepers from the remainder of the set, though I certainly enjoy the HYHU-less take on Suspicious Minds, as well as the Acoustic Army that opens the encore.
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