Thursday, September 15, 2011

Phish Setlist: 9/14/11 - Champlain Valley Exposition, VT

 (Phish goes Through the Wormhole in VT)

Set I: Chalkdust Torture, The Moma Dance > NICU, Funky Bitch, Sample in a Jar, Cavern, Bathtub Gin, Alaska > Possum, Wolfman's Brother > Julius

Set II: Carini* > Down With Disease* > Slave to the Traffic Light > Rock and Roll > Twist > Backwards Down the Number Line, Theme From the Bottom > Suzy Greenberg > Character Zero

E: Loving Cup

* Unfinished

6 comments:

possum said...

Soundcheck:

Jam (13:00)
Midnight Confessions
Ginseng Sullivan
Silent Night (on Theremin)
"Too Much Fried Dough at the Fair"
Peaches en Regalia
Cannonball tease
Jam (6:00)

MU /?d=ABJXZXAF

Ray said...

Oh wow!!! I'd love to listen to this soundcheck. Looks like a link was attempted to be posted, but only part came through. Was that for a d/l of the Soundcheck? Could you please repost it? THX!!

mikey freshh said...

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=ABJXZXAF

mikey freshh said...

Soundcheck link ^^^^^^^^

thefamilyguy said...

Here are the real letters....for the actual show. Mikey, feel free to put the whole url in there if you think others can't figure it out


?d=L6CLF388

ManBug said...

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