Phish @ MSG: Setlist – Night One

Wednesday, 12/02/2009 Madison Square Garden, New York, NY

Set 1: AC/DC Bag > Chalk Dust Torture, Wolfman’s Brother > NICU > Ocelot, Brian and Robert, Poor Heart, Sample in a Jar, Peaches en Regalia > The Divided Sky, Cavern

Set 2: Golgi Apparatus > Light -> Slave to the Traffic Light > Tweezer > Joy, Sparkle, Harry Hood, Wading in the Velvet Sea, Suzy Greenberg, Run Like an Antelope

Encore: A Day in the Life > Tweezer Reprise

Notes: Peaches en Regalia was played for the first time since September 24, 1999 (186 shows).

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9 Responses

  1. dearest phish,

    no way of not sounding ungrateful here, but dammit, if we get a lot of these heavy-hitter songs again in charlottesville, i’m gonna be a frustrated boy. it would be the 4th tweezer and 3rd hood and antelope played in the marvapa area, hampton shows nonwithstanding.

    i would again like to mention that i know i’m being an ungrateful bastard… andrew 18 months ago wouldn’t give a shit if you played the same exact show every time you came to our part of the country.

    having said that:

    cater to my demands!


    ps- a nasty 20-plus-minute tweezer excursion would be exempt from any complaints. thank you.

  2. Get over yourself. They’re big boys and they can play whatever they want. The third coming is such a gift! Ungrateful is right…

  3. As exciting as it is to see the boys back together, I can only get so excited to hear yet another Suzy Greenberg and Wolfman’s Brother. This isn’t supposed to be a pop concert.

  4. whiners. are you kidding me?

    the girl next to me was bitching that she got “another” acdc bag opener. oh, poor you.

    the humanity!

  5. I see both sides of the coin here. Touring around the country spending thousands of dollars to see these guys I wanna see something fresh and new – not the same songs.

    However, we all probably need to be a little more grateful.

    Wednesday at MSG I really tried to take it all in and appreciate more than just the same songs I’ve heard from Hampton to Gorge to Indio. I looked at all the smiling people, the lights, the energy – not many bands can do that.

    How about the LONG LONG pause during divided sky – can you feel the electricity?? THAT is what Phish is about. Not just the setlist.

    Enjoy the rest of the tour eveyone and hope to see you in Miami. Enjoy it for what it is…

  6. Look, I am a huge fan going back to 91. Phish is not a lifestyle, it is a band. Go, enjoy the music, the environment, the fans, but get a grip on reality. You sound like a bunch of tards.

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