Phish played 3 nights on Randall’s Island (pics & setlists)
photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin
Number of shows since they last played [Saturday] night’s biggest break-out, “My Sweet One”: 24. It hasn’t been heard live since last October in Virginia.
Number of songs in the encore: 3.
Amount of people who explained how rare it is for the band to play that many songs in the encore: Equal to the number of people I sustained eye contact with on my way off Randall’s Island. 40?
Total number of songs played over entire weekend: 57
Number of those that were covers: 3. This has been a tour light on covers.
Number of total songs off [new album] Fuego played over 3 nights: 9 of 10. (They didn’t play “Wombat.”)
Longest jam of the entire weekend: A 27-minute rendition of “Chalk Dust Torture” on the third night. [Rolling Stone]
Phish brought their current tour back to NYC over the weekend for a three-night run (July 11-13) on Randall’s Island (where Governors Ball happened and where Electric Zoo happens soon), their first time playing there. Among the three covers mentioned in Rolling Stone’s by-the-numbers review above were TV on the Radio’s “Golden Age” and The Velvet Underground’s “Rock & Roll.” Did you go to any of the nights? Did you go to all three? If you can remember, you weren’t there, amirite?
More pictures of the weekend and setlists from all 3 nights, below…
NIGHT 1 SETLIST (via)
The Moma Dance
Kill Devil Falls
Ya Mar (Cyril Ferguson cover)
Sample in a Jar
Waiting All Night
Steam (First time played as a set opener)
Down With Disease
Golden Age (TV on the Radio cover)
Limb By Limb
NIGHT 2 SETLIST
Yarmouth Road (Mike Gordon song)
Devotion to a Dream
My Sweet One
Back on the Train (With Triple Ending)
Halfway to the Moon
A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing
Run Like an Antelope(Dedicated to The Dude Of Life and his kids)
Punch You in the Eye
Rock & Roll (The Velvet Underground cover)
NIGHT 3 SETLIST (via)
Sand (FTP as a 1st set opener)
Birds of a Feather
Water in the Sky
Bouncing Around the Room
Split Open and Melt
Chalk Dust Torture
Wading in the Velvet Sea
Slave to the Traffic Light
Backwards Down the Number Line