Official LivePhish Release
American Airlines Arena
Source: LivePhish.com (DSBD) Original Files came as FLAC files.
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1. Wilson* (6:10)
2. Sand> (9:24)
3. Shafty> (2:34)
4. NICU** (6:57)
5. Weigh (5:48)
6. Cities (7:45)
7. Strange Design (2:59)
8. Scent of a Mule (9:54)
9. Bathtub Gin^> (12:49)
10. Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001)^^ (9:13)
Total time: 73:40
1. Tube#> (12:54)
2. L.A. Woman##> (4:04)
3. Birds of a Feather> (10:17)
4. L.A. Woman> (2:56)
5. Makisupa Policeman> (2:05)
6. P-Funk Medley% (19:50)
7. Makisupa Policeman%% (1:46)
Total time: 53:55
Set 2 cont..
1. Down with Disease (17:24)
2. Contact (7:18)
3. While My Guitar Gently Weeps (8:00)
Total time: 32:42
* Unfinished (Wilson from "Home Improvement" died on 12/29/03)
** Contained Shafty Tease
^ Contained Teases of "Show Biz Kids", Steely Dan and "After Midnight", JJ Cale/Eric Clapton
^^ Teases of "P. Funk (Wants to Get Funked Up)" jam (with some of the lyrics sung), Bathtub Gin and Sand
## First time played (Doors), with elements of Timber Ho and Birds of a Feather
% w/ George Clinton and Parliament/Funkadelic, Medley included "Booty Ain't Nothing But a Butt," "Give Up the Funk (Tear the Roof Off the Sucker)," "P. Funk (Wants to Get Funked Up)," and "One Nation Under a Groove." Clinton riffed on the chorus from "Get Low" (by Lil Jon & The Eastside Boyz).
%% w/Fishman singing one line of "Touch Me" acapella
- 2001 included P-Funk (Wants to Get Funked Up) teases
- first L.A. Woman (The Doors)
- during Makisupa Trey invites George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic on stage for a medley including elements of Botta Butt, P-Funk, Give Up The Funk (Tear the Roof off the Sucker), and One Nation Under a Groove
- P-Funk is better than Fish singing Touch Me
____Courtesy of Phish.net_______
12/30/03 American Airlines Arena - Miami, FL
1: Wilson, Sand > Shafty -> NICU, Weigh, Cities, Strange Design, Scent of a Mule, Bathtub Gin > 2001
2: Tube -> L.A. Woman > Birds of a Feather > L.A. Woman, Makisupa Policeman -> P-Funk Medley, Makisupa Policeman > Touch Me, Down With Disease
E: Contact, While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Set 1: "Wilson" was unfinished. For the record, Earl Hindman, the actor who played Wilson on TV's "Home Improvement," died on Monday 12/29. "Gin" had "Show Biz Kids" (Steely Dan) and "After Midnight" teases. In the second verse of "NICU," Mike played the bassline from "Shafty." "2001" included a "P. Funk (Wants to Get Funked Up)" jam (with some of the lyrics sung), as well as teases of "Bathtub Gin" and "Sand."
Set 2, Pre-Funk: "Tube" was reportedly played after Trey found a frisbee labelled "Tube" on the stage when returning from setbreak, which he flashed to the other band members and the front rows. "Tube," about 12 minutes long, was unfinished. "L.A. Woman" is a Doors cover, played for the first time (although it was soundchecked on 4/17/93 and teased in Possum on 5/17/92 and 5/30/93). Additionally, the first part of the "L.A. Woman" jam (before "Birds") had notable elements of "Timber Ho." "Birds" included a jam on "L.A. Woman." The keyword in "Makisupa" was something like: "we were going to have Fish sing 'Touch Me,' but we didn't have the horns and we've forgotten the song." Then Trey paused and said, "since I got your hopes up, maybe bringing out P-Funk would make up for it."
P-Funk: Then George Clinton and Parliament/Funkadelic emerged to accompany Phish through a 20-minute jam that touched on several P-Funk songs and lyrics. This medley reportedly included elements (roughly in order) of a rap on the theme "Booty Ain't Nothing But a Butt," "Give Up the Funk (Tear the Roof Off the Sucker)," "P. Funk (Wants to Get Funked Up)," and "One Nation Under a Groove." Clinton riffed on the chorus from "Get Low" (by Lil Jon & The Eastside Boyz). During the jam a boy (apparently in his late teens, possibly with Down syndrome) appeared onstage, dancing next to Trey. He may have jumped on the stage uninvited, because security (Carini?) came out about a quarter into the jam to escort him away. Shortly thereafter, Trey himself walked off the stage after them, and returned to escort the boy back to his original position on-stage. The boy resumed his dancing next to Trey, who got a noticeable kick out of how much fun the kid was having. At one point, Trey even seemed to indicate to a cameraman to tape the kid dancing -- he pointed to the cameraman, pointed back to the kid, and seemed to make a "film him" gesture. The boy remained onstage throughout the remainder of the P-Funk jam, and w