Phish - 01-01-2000
midnite to dawn set
Seminole Indian Reservation, FL
recording type: AUD
shn: yes; book/page: 4/18
quality rating: A
1. Meatstick #^ > (5:36)
2. Auld Lang Syne (2:16)
3. Down with Disease > (23:45)
4. Llama (3:32)
5. Bathtub Gin ^^ (16:23)
6. ...banter... ^^^ (4:22)
7. Heavy Things (6:40)
8. Twist Around ^^^^ > (13:14)
9. Prince Caspian > (9:02)
10. Rock and Roll (31:13)
11. You Enjoy Myself % (22:54)
12. Crosseyed and Painless (21:15)
13. The Inlaw Josie Wales %% (5:51)
14. Sand > (21:41)
15. Quadrophonic Topplings %%% (15:02)
16. Slave to the Traffic Light (15:22)
17. Albuquerque (5:29)
18. Reba (17:04)
19. Axilla (3:49)
20. Uncle Pen (4:39)
21. David Bowie (21:04)
22. My Soul (13:56)
23. piano intro > (0:54)
24. Drowned > (5:35)
25. After Midnight reprise > jam (20:21)
26. The Horse > (0:48)
27. Silent in the Morning (5:15)
28. Bittersweet Motel (7:19)
29. Piper ** > (18:59)
30. Free (9:12)
31. Lawn Boy (3:31)
32. HYHU > Love You %%%% > HYHU (9:31)
33. Roses are Free (35:29)
34. Bug (7:46)
35. Also Sprach Zarathustra $ > (13:40)
36. Wading in the Velvet Sea (6:28)
37. Meatstick $$ (11:46)
Set 2 was played from midnight to sunrise, non-stop.
# set begins around 11:35 pm with Father Time on stage pedaling away at a stationary bike, powering a large clock, with the sound of the gears on the PA (possibly a Siket Disc track?). At approximately 11:50 pm, Father Time collapses from exhaustion and the clock stops. At this time, with appropriate sound effects, a large fan boat entered the field from halfway back, stage right. Soon the sides and top of the fan boat were blown off to reveal the band riding in the hot dog from 12/31/94. The hot dog approached the stage as the band threw leis and other goodies into the crowd. Once the hot dog reached the stage, the band disembarked carrying several meatsticks. They fed these to Father Time, reviving him to drive the clock to midnight.
^ instrumental version, with the band picking up the song from a pre-recorded version played during the hot dog ride.
^^ with vocal jam, as Trey, Mike, and Page sang the notes as they played them.
^^^ Heavy Things was recorded live for ABC's Millennium coverage; Trey instructed the crowd to chant the word "Cheesecake" after the song (instead of applauding), in an attempt to confuse TV viewers; Trey introduced the band for the recorded footage and offered a message of peace and harmony for the world ("The right lane is for driving. The left lane is for passing. So stay in the right lane unless you're passing.").
^^^^ preceded by "Meatstick" tease (possibly as Central Time hit midnight).
% with "Cheesecake" vocal jam.
%% Trey solo acoustic.
%%% with Mike holding up a voice box, repeating the phrase "Quadrophonic Toppling."
%%%% with Fish on vacuum; Fish introduced Page before the song, and Mike and Trey afterwards, and the band as "Phish 2000."
$ preceded by a tease of the "Harry Hood" intro.
$$ no encore; post-show music was the Beatles' "Here Comes the Sun."
source: Neumann U89(omni Setting) Split 12' > Apogee AD1000 FOB > 44.1k master
conversion: Eric Pearson
lineage: DAT->Montego II Plus->HD via Soundforge->CDWav->Plextor 820
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