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Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Phish setlist 12.30.09 American Airlines Arena, Miami, FL



Tonight's show:

Set I:

Soul Shakedown Party
Runaway Jim
Jesus Just Left Chicago
Dixie Cannonball
Stealing Time From The Faulty Plan
Corina*
What's The Use?
Tela
Gone**
Rocky Top
Chalk Dust Torture
David Bowie

Set II:
Sand
The Curtain With
Lifeboy***
Back On The Train >
Wading In The Velvet Sea
Hold Your Head Up >
Love You^ >
Hold Your Head Up
Free
Boogie On Reggae Woman
Run Like An Antelope

Encore:
Frankenstein


*HOLY SHIT! I love this tune. Been ages since they played it. I was lucky enough to hear it at Big Cypress, but for the life of me can't remember the last time they played it.

**LIVE DEBUT (though the song was teased in Phish's Festival 8 soundcheck)

***totally fucking awesome that they played this

^apparently Fish gave the vacuum to a guy in the front row dressed as Fishman. We'll see if he gets to keep it.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

the vacume neds to
go
to rock anf roll
hall of famez!! dude defjnately kept it

SCOTTIE B said...

First of all, PHISH is the greatest thing to ever come into my life. There is much more than just songs on a setlist. There is emotion and energy. It is theraputic and powerful. Phish has gotten me thru good times and bad. One thing I know is when i see PHISH, i forget all the world around me and make that evening worth all the travel and money. I've seen lots of bands and lots of concerts, but if u buy into phish and the phish 'pholklore' you know that there is nothing in the world quite like a phish show. TELA BEING PLAYED IN MIAMI WAS THE BEST BUSTOUT IN YEARS. MY FAVORITE PHISH SONG AND MY DAUGHTERS NAME. THEY HAD NOT PLAYED IT SINCE SHE WAS BORN AND I WAS WONDERING IF I'D EVER HEAR IT AGAIN. WELL WORTH IT BOYS, YOU MADE MY DECADE IN ONE SONG.
phish rules---i'm out
SCOTTIE B, B as in Baltimore and B as in bass like mike gordon.

scottie b said...

soul shakedown party?? are u kidding me, thats awesome.
having a guest vaccuum player,,,awesome..
playing Tela...incredible
sarah from pittsburgh gag on the drums during fluffhead...sick!

face it, they are the best and still proving how crafty and innovative they are.

Anonymous said...

This show is amazing... just got copies of the show and it is breathtaking. GONE is a sick new song and they played it with such feeling. Anyone who has ever lost someone or something will appreciate this song. The Whats the Use and Tela were fantastic.
I will go on record as saying>>>
It is clear that this time around, Trey is sober and done with whatever he was messing with and the boys have emotion and pride in being back together as PHISH. They sound so tight, MUCH less mistakes and missed cues and changes. If you listen to the 2003 tour and then now, you will hear the difference. Then listen to them in 1994-1995-1996 and see that they have that sound back. That was before it got larger than life and they still knew WHY they were playing. They are the best. Tell your kids about them one day :)