Phish - 01-03-2003


Hampton Coliseum
Hampton, VA

discs: 3
recording type: AUD
shn: yes; book/page: 2/59
quality rating: A

[disc 1] (74:51)
set 1:
1. Tweezer > (13:47)
2. Theme From the Bottom (10:11)
3. Foam (11:01)
4. Pebbles and Marbles * (15:45)
5. You Enjoy Myself ** (24:04)

[disc 2] (74:27)
set 2:
1. Birds of a Feather (9:55)
2. Wolfman's Brother (14:52)
3. Makisupa Policeman *** (7:21)
4. Axilla (3:30)
5. Twist > (8:52)
6. Free (9:49)
7. All of These Dreams # (4:19)
8. Possum ## (15:46)

[disc 3] (12:24)
1. Contact ### (8:27)
2. Tweezer Reprise (3:57)

notes: Show began at 8:13pm. Second set began at 10:11pm. Paul Languedoc was not manning the sound board, and Trey made a point to stop at the monitor board to speak with the engineer on his way to the stage before the first set.

* first time played;
** with a false start (Trey stopped the band and made a comment about practicing, then re-started a moment later), and with a vocal jam based on the name "George Takei" (the actor who played Mr. Sulu on Star Trek);
*** lyric was "woke up this morning ... about 3 o'clock this afternoon... 'fatty'," and "Waffle House" and "Hooters" were mentioned in the singing toward the end of the song;
# concert debut (only previously played on Letterman);
## toward the end, Trey hands his guitar to Page (who plays it from his normal seat, doing things like playing behind his head, etc.), Mike hands his bass to Trey, Mike picks up the "B" and "AH" cymbals (traditionally used during "Crackin' Rosie"), and the song ends;
### Trey says: "Ladies and gentlemen, Al Gore!", also with a Page solo/breakdown and a Mike solo/breakdown.

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