|1998-07-28||Sneakin' Sally||Bonner Springs, KS||9:35||Rocking bridge. A very subtle vocal jam can be heard from 5:33 - 6:55. A great rhythmic, "Manteca"-like jam continues following the (non) vocal jam.|
|1998-07-28||It's Ice||Bonner Springs, KS||5:47||"Lengthwise" sandwich occurs with Fishman singing the verses into his Electrolux.|
|1998-07-28||Lengthwise||Bonner Springs, KS||3:14||> in from "It's Ice." Fishman sings the verses into his Electrolux. > back to "Ice."|
|1998-07-28||It's Ice||Bonner Springs, KS||1:41||> in from "Lengthwise" to complete this version of "Ice."|
|1998-07-28||Brother||Bonner Springs, KS||6:47||> in from "Mango Song." Has a distinctly funky sound at first. Lots of great shredding by Trey. At about 4:50, breaks into a brief, funky, very non-"Brother" groove, then returns home to conclude.|
|1998-07-28||Maze||Bonner Springs, KS||13:48||> in from "Contact." Great Page section where there's a lot of back and forth between Page and Trey. Trey's turn is not as dissonant as many of the versions here, but he shreds it up pretty impressively.|
|1998-07-28||Caspian||Bonner Springs, KS||9:05||Even people who dislike "Fuckerpants" should give this celebratory and high powered version a listen. > to "YEM."|
|1999-06-30||Gin||Bonner Springs, KS||18:16||The first jam of 1999 slowly, patiently, methodically builds and plateaus into a phantasmically pschedelicious soundcape full of wondrous, mellifluous stories that eventually coalesce into a mystical-yet-triumphant foam, bespeckled by bedazzlingly exquisite riffs by Trey on Gin's melodic theme, which soulfully concludes this orchestral dance.|
|1999-06-30||BOTT||Bonner Springs, KS||5:34||Debut. Instrumental bridge (jam) between 2nd and 3rd verses, and an instrumental outro after 3rd verse.|
|1999-06-30||Maze||Bonner Springs, KS||14:40||"Bathtub Gin" tease from Trey. Excellent version, and at the end, Page, Trey and Fish enter into a mock duel with several reprises of the "Maze" signature lick.|
|1999-06-30||LxL||Bonner Springs, KS||11:17||A different vibe to this version, it has a subdued, almost melancholy quality to it despite being well played. An unusual take on "Limb" and worth checking out.|
|1999-06-30||Free||Bonner Springs, KS||13:56||Starts in customary manner, with a lot of bass and nice Trey. A kind of echo-filled groove develops, very mellow.|
|1999-06-30||My Left Toe||Bonner Springs, KS||8:25||Debut version out of -> "Bug".|
|2000-09-25||Tweezer||Bonner Springs, KS||13:47||Curious ending.|
|2000-09-25||Weekapaug||Bonner Springs, KS||11:48||Another groove-based jam develops midway, this time led by Fish and Page, who add '00-style sound and color to the crisp rhythmic base.|
|2003-07-17||BOTT||Bonner Springs, KS||9:24||Another great version from 2003 with a segue into "Divided Sky."|
|2003-07-17||Tweezer||Bonner Springs, KS||21:56||Long, spacey jam in the middle of upbeat "tweezeresque" jamming.|
|2003-07-17||Makisupa||Bonner Springs, KS||5:08||This has a more active jam than most, with some lead organ by Page and a Trey solo four minutes in that is based on "Dust in the Wind." A strong version overall.|
|2003-07-17||LxL||Bonner Springs, KS||11:26||Similar in some respects to the 6/30/99 version. This one also has a somewhat downbeat sentiment, which is unusual. But it's well-played with the crisp work typical of a quality "Limb."|
|2003-07-17||Antelope||Bonner Springs, KS||12:52||Jam breaks into an upbeat, major mode groove from 5:00 - 7:30 before returning to standard "Antelope."|
Phish.net is a non-commercial project run by Phish fans and for Phish fans under the auspices of the all-volunteer, non-profit Mockingbird Foundation.
This project serves to compile, preserve, and protect encyclopedic information about Phish and their music.
The Mockingbird Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by Phish fans in 1996 to generate charitable proceeds from the Phish community.
And since we're entirely volunteer – with no office, salaries, or paid staff – administrative costs are less than 2% of revenues! So far, we've distributed over $2 million to support music education for children – hundreds of grants in all 50 states, with more on the way.