I'm a Philly sports nut, but if there's anything I was ever more passionate about it was music. I think it's safe to say I was a Phish head at multiple points in my life -- perhaps even 'til this day.
It all started 10 years ago today at the Spectrum. It was one of those nights that changed a 16 year old's life.
Here's the setlist:
Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA
1: Poor Heart, Caravan, Cavern, Taste, Guelah Papyrus, Train Song, Rift,
Free, The Squirming Coil, La Grange
E: Rocky Top (0:02)
*With rotation jam. (First: Trey on drums, Fish on piano, Page on
bass, and Mike on guitar. Then Fish switched to bass, Mike to piano, Page
to guitar, and Trey continued on drums.) **Mike solo on piano. ***Story
about everybody in town. Jimmy, Poster Nutbag, Harpua, etc., go to hell,
where they all see the "Uber-Demon" (Tom Marshall). # Oasis cover, sung
by Tom Marshall, the "Uber-Demon".
The story has been taken down. You can email me if you'd like to read it.