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Tuesday, 05/16/1995 Lowell Memorial Auditorium, Lowell, MA

Soundcheck: Tweezer -> Iíll Come Running -> Tweezer Reprise

Set 1: Don't You Want To Go?[1] Ha Ha Ha[2] Spock's Brain[2] Strange Design[2] Reba[3] Theme From the Bottom[2] Hold Your Head Up Lonesome Cowboy Bill[1] Hold Your Head Up Free[2] Glide II[2] You Enjoy Myself Sweet Adeline Sample in a Jar

Encore: I'll Come Running[1] Gloria[1]

[1] Phish debut.
[2] Debut.
[3] No whistling.

Notes: This was a Voters for Choice benefit concert that also featured Jennifer Trynin and Emergency Broadcast Network. During the pre-show introduction, host Gloria Steinem promised Phish fans more new music in one night than ever before. The band proceeded to deliver the first public performances of Ha Ha Ha, Spock's Brain, Strange Design, Theme From the Bottom, Free, and Glide II. Don’t You Want To Go?, Lonesome Cowboy Bill, I’ll Come Running, and Gloria also made their first Phish public performances at this show. Reba did not have the whistling ending. Fish introduced the new songs that had been played before Lonesome Cowboy Bill. Fish explained that they didn't really have a name for the song after Ha Ha Ha and Trey added that since it was a Voters For Choice Benefit, they'd give the crowd four choices and let it vote on the title: The Plane, The First Single, Israel, and Spock's Brain. Page subsequently teased the theme from Star Trek as the crowd voted for Spock's with Trey subsequently explaining the song's origin. Prior to Adeline, the crowd sang Happy Birthday to Page.

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