Saturday, July 19, 2014

Phish Setlist: 7/19/14 Northerly Island, Chicago, IL

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It's time to rage Night #2 on Northerly Island, Phishkids! Live Phish has both SD and HD versions of their webcast available tonight and @CoventryMusic will be on the ground, exploring the map above and tweeting live updates (until they're too spun to do so).

Here's what you missed…
Phish Setlist,  7/19/14, Northerly Island, Chicago, IL

Set 1:  Moma Dance, Wolfman's Brother, Devotion to a Dream, 46 Days, Yarmouth Road, Brian & Robert, Wingsuit, Tube*, Free, Roggae, Heavy Things, Antelope

Set 2:  Carini > Waves > Fuego > Twist > Light > Twenty Years Later, Harry Hood, Cavern

E: Grind, Bug, Suzy Greenberg

* With Smoke Under Water tease

Highlights for 7/19/14: Brian & Robert and Roggae in the same set for first time since Portland 1998. Also... another big Carini opener and a smoking HOOD.

Links: 7/18 Setlist | All 2014 Phish Setlists

Northerly Island map by Pauly

10 comments:

Phaser said...

The golden rule is that there are no Droids... http://we.tl/P3XMOBJSCe

Michael said...

Mr. On Point. Thx

Pauly said...

@Phaser.... You da MAN!

FYI... Another big Carini & HOOD!

Mick Swan said...
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Mrs. Sleeve said...

Phaser, took ya long enough tonight... Time to set your phaser to stun...

Chris said...

The Hood was truly outstanding. The jam in the middle reminded me heavily of Little Feet. The Light was also quite good. The Twist, while never leaving Type I territory, really grooved hard. Teases all over the place. Antelope ending had Mike and Fish singing Istanbul and Constantinople, Little Drummer Boy tease in Fuego, Fuego teases all over as well.

thefamilyguy said...

Cant' say it enough: thanks, phaser!

Phaser said...

@Mrs. Sleeve, I know where you live.

MeToo said...

I hate to be "that guy" but all the sets this tour have been extremely close to the same thing. I also HATE how the 1st sets are basically throw-away sets missing funk jams………..

Mrs. Sleeve said...

Phaser, I know where you work!