Saturday, August 13, 2011

Phish Setlist: Outside Lands/Golden Gate Park - San Francisco, CA 8/12/11

Phish - Outside Lands/Golden Gate Park - San Francisco, CA 8/12/11
Set I: Kill Devil Falls, Wilson, Funky Bitch, The Moma Dance, Peaches en Regalia, Sample in a Jar, Possum, Tweezer > Mound, Suzy Greenberg, Axilla, Mike's Song> I Am Hydrogen> Weekapaug Groove

Set II: Rock and Roll > Steam > Piper > Roses Are Free, Julius, Life on Mars?, Birds of a Feather, Fluffhead, Backwards Down the Number Line > Also Sprach Zarathustra, Chalk Dust Torture

E: Cavern > Tweezer Reprise


MeToo said...


Beavshow said...

Why oh why did they play steam right b4 UIC. FECK!

wookie4646 said...

nice... looking for a link as we speak, will post it when if i find one

spencer said...

Phishentine said...

Don't worry about that Steam...IMO it was a shortened version to allow the boys to get a bit more comfy before they open the throttle on it in UIC.

Same goes for BOAF.

And a few other Tahoe selections.

Phishentine said...

PS - last two shows have been absolute pissers when compared to the opening sequence of Leg 2, and the majority of Leg 1 for that matter.

Not sure what is going on with the band. Granted they are still playing with extreme precision and tightness.

Last night's performance could be released as a 'Greatest Hits' show in 20 years. Akin to an REO Speedwagon re-release.

I hope the intimate confines of an indoor venue for 3 nights doesn't scare them off too.

Sean said...

From what I hear its the CA crowds, not many heads, Just hipsters talking and texting the whole time. UIC n Denver should rage. Shows have still been tight as hell though. IMO

change100 said...

Damn, I knew it was repeat-heavy when I was there, but now home and sober and looking at setlists I see that only 4 of the 27 songs done at OSL were not previously played at Gorge/Hollywood Bowl/Tahoe. A couple of three-peats in there too.

4 of 27!

OK I'm not quite a jaded vet yet (46 shows), but that seems like an unusual amount of repeats.

Phishentine said...

True Change100...however...after listening through the tapes, the playing level of all four members is absolutely through the roof.

The repeats are quite strange, but one could safely assume it was due to the overall setting of the festival, the attendees, the other bands, etc. They catered to the crowd and did a phenomenal job.

Just listen to the Tweezer, and the Mikes and even the Chalkdust.

The band is firing on all cylinders. we are.