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GD Setlists provided by Deadbase. Posters from Wolfgang's Vault. Tickets and Passes from JerryGarcia.com

June 21, 1969 Fillmore East, New York, N.Y. (Sat)
Soundboard and Audience Composite (early: AMR > C > R(x3) > DAT > CD ; late: SMR > C > D > CD ; Jeff Cook and Jeff Cotsman Transfer)

June 1969 Fillmore East Handbill

early: Green Green Grass, Me & My Uncle, High Time, China Cat> Morning Dew, Alligator> Drums> Other One> Cryptical> Slewfoot, Cosmic Charlie
late: Green Green Grass, Top Of The World*, King Bee, Dire Wolf, Mama Tried, High Time, Dupree's, Dark Star> St. Stephen> The Eleven> Lovelight
*with Jerry on pedal steel. billing: GD; Buddy Miles Express; Savoy Brown

June 21, 1970 Pauley Ballroom, U. of California, Berkeley, Ca. (Sun)
Audience Cassette(x3) > CD (Uli T. and Hanno Bunjes Transfer)

Pauley Ballroom, U. of California


Frozen Logger, Casey Jones, Cumberland, Easy Wind, Mama Tried, Candyman, NFA> St. Stephen> Drums> Good Lovin
American Indian benefit

June 21, 1971 Chateau d'Herouville, Herouville, France (Mon)
Soundboard Master Reel > DAT > CD (Charlie Miller Transfer)

Jerry in Herouville


Truckin, Hard To Handle, Deal, China Cat> I Know You Rider, Morning Dew, Long Black Limousine, Playin, Big Boss Man, Black Peter, Bertha, Casey Jones, Cryptical> Drums> Other One> Wharf Rat, Sugar Magnolia, Sing Me Back Home, Johnny B. Goode
AM, FM, TV broadcast - final/last "Long Black Limousine": 05-15-70a [122]

June 21, 1976 Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, Pa. (Mon)
Soundboard Master Cassette (Digitalrbb and Charlie Miller Transfer)

Tower Theatre, Upper Darby


1: Music, Sugaree, Mama Tried, B. E. Women, Cassidy, Row Jimmy, L. L. Rain, Scarlet, Lazy Lightning> Supplication, Candyman, Promised
2: Wheel, Samson, Help> Slipknot> Franklin's, Dancin> Wharf Rat> Around E: Roses, Johnny B. Goode

June 21, 1980 West High Auditorium, Anchorage, Ak. (Sat)
Soundboard Master Cassette (Charlie Miller Transfer)

West High Auditorium, Anchorage

1: Sugaree> Minglewood, Candyman, Me & My Uncle> Big River, Loser, Lazy Lightning> Supplication, Far From Me, Ramble On, Stranger
2: Big RxR Blues, Samson, Terrapin> Playin> Drumz> Truckin> Stella Blue> Sugar Magnolia E: Saturday Night> Brokedown

June 21, 1983 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, Md. (Tue)
Audience Master Cassette (Sony 939 stereo mic - front of board ; David Minor Tape ; Matt Vernon Transfer)

June 21, 1983 Merriweather Pass

1: Alabama> Greatest, Dire Wolf, Me & My Uncle> Cumberland, Cassidy, Big RxR Blues, All Over Now, Loser, L. L. Rain> Might As Well
2: Touch> Woman Smarter, Terrapin> Estimated> Eyes> Drumz> Throwing Stones> Black Peter> Around> Good Lovin E: U. S. Blues

June 21, 1984 Kingswood Music Theatre, Maple, Ontario, Canada (Thu)
Audience Master Cassette (3 Nakamichi CM-300s [2 CP4s ; 1 CP1] ; Ray Ackerman Tape ; Andrew F. Transfer)

June 21, 1984 Maple Ontario Ticket

1: Bucket, TLEO, C. C. Rider> Bird Song, BIODTL> Dupree's> L. L. Rain> Might As Well
2: Scarlet> Fire, Good Times, Samson> Terrapin> Drumz> Wheel> Throwing Stones> NFA E: New Orleans*, Big Boss Man*> Iko Iko*
*with The Band SEVA benefit - nationwide FM broadcast - final/last "New Orleans": 11-12-70 [879] - The Band opened

June 21, 1985 Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy, Wi. (Fri)
Post Production Matrix by Hunter Seamons

June 21, 1985 Alpine Valley Pass

1: Cold Rain> Superstitious> Bottom, Stagger Lee, Mama Tried> Mexicali, Bird Song> L. L. Rain> Day Job
2: Woman Smarter> GDTRFB> Estimated> Eyes> Drumz> Truckin> Black Peter> Around> Sugar Magnolia E: Baby Blue
"Twilight Zone Theme" tuning before "Woman Smarter"

June 21, 1986 Greek Theatre, U. of California, Berkeley, Ca. (Sat)
Soundboard Master Cassette (Joani Walker, Paul Scotton, Charlie Miller Transfer)

June 21, 1986 Greek Theatre Ticket

1: Alabama> Promised, FOTD, C. C. Rider, Loser, Desolation Row, China Cat> I Know You Rider
2: Saint> Gimme Some Lovin> He's Gone*> Smokestack> Drumz> Other One> Wharf Rat> Throwing Stones> NFA E: NFA> Brokedown
*dedicated to Len Bias

June 21, 1987 Greek Theatre, U. of California, Berkeley, Ca. (Sat)
Soundboard Master Cassette (Joani Walker, Paul Scotton, Charlie Miller Transfer)

June 21, 1987 Greek Ticket

1: Alabama> Promised, West L. A., Walking Blues, Far From Me, Cumberland> Mexicali, Box Of Rain, Don't Ease
2: Woman Smarter> Crazy Fingers> Saint> China Doll> Playin> Drumz> Masterpiece> Black Peter> Throwing Stones> NFA E: Brokedown
afternoon concert (3:00 PM))*

June 21, 1989 Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, Ca. (Wed)
Soundboard Master Cassette (Joani Walker, Paul Scotton, Charlie Miller Transfer)

June 21, 1989 Shoreline Pass

1: Hideaway, Touch> Minglewood, Ramble On, Box Of Rain, Dire Wolf, Masterpiece, Row Jimmy, Cassidy, Deal
2: Scarlet> Bucket*, Ship Of Fools*, Estimated*> Eyes*> Drumz> Truckin*> Other One*> Morning Dew*> Lovelight* E: Brokedown*
*with Clarence Clemons. pay-per-view TV broadcast - national FM broadcast - TV & FM broadcast cut during "Brokedown" - final/last "Hideaway" 11-07-71 [1147]

June 21, 1993 Deer Creek Music Center, Noblesville, In. (Mon)
Soundboard DAT (Charlie Miller Transfer)

June 21, 1993 Deer Creek Ticket

1: Jack Straw> FOTD, Spoonful, Jack A Roe, B. T. Wind, Loose Lucy, Eternity, So Many Roads, Promised
2: Scarlet> Fire, Woman Smarter, Ship Of Fools, Corinna> Drumz> Last Time> Black Peter> Around E: IFTL

June 21, 1995 Knickerbocker Arena, Albany, N.Y. (Wed)
Audience DAT (Schoeps MK4s ; Dan Sisler Tape ; Dan Stephens Transfer)

June 21, 1995 Knickerbocker Ticket

1: Bucket, Loser, Take Me, Row Jimmy, Broken Arrow> Promised
2: Scarlet> Fire, Woman Smarter, All Too Much> Playin> Supplication Jam> Drumz> Easy Answers> Morning Dew E: U. S. Blues
final "Row Jimmy" - "Down In The Boondocks" tuning to open the second set - final "Woman Smarter" - final/last "Supplication Jam": 08-14-91 [286] - final "Morning Dew"

PhishShows on these days in History

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June 21, 1988 Nectar's, Burlington, Vt. (Tue)
Soundboard Cassette (James Dineen and Brendan Komala Transfer)

Nectar's

Set 1: Fluffhead, Rocky Top, Mustang Sally, Suzy Greenberg > The Curtain > The Lizards, Fly Famous Mockingbird[1], Fire
Set 2: AC/DC Bag, Flat Fee, Alumni Blues > Letter to Jimmy Page > Alumni Blues, Jesus Just Left Chicago, Good Times Bad Times, Contact, Peaches en Regalia, Golgi Apparatus
Set 3: Harpua, I Didn't Know[2], Whipping Post
[1] Aborted and had to be restarted.
[2] False start, "Daubs" and "Seth" lyrics, Fishman on trombone.
Notes: Mockingbird was aborted and had to be restarted due to error. GTBT was dedicated to Don Drive and East Coast Printers. I Didn't Know had a false start, lyrics changed to reference "Daubs" and "Seth," and featured Fishman on trombone.

June 21, 1994 Cincinnati Music Hall, Cincinnati, Oh. (Tue)
Soundboard Cassette > DAT (Blane Harvey and Ben Mohr Transfer)

Cincinnati Music Hall

Set 1: Runaway Jim, Mound > Sample in a Jar, It's Ice > The Horse
Set 2: Fire, Poor Heart > Down with Disease > My Friend, My Friend[1], Split Open and Melt[2], Esther > Chalk Dust Torture, Big Black Furry Creature from Mars, Ginseng Sullivan[3], Big Black Furry Creature from Mars Reprise[3], Dog Faced Boy[3], Sweet Adeline[4], Julius, Sparkle > Harry Hood, Suzy Greenberg[5]
Encore: Amazing Grace[4]
[1] Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo jam and brief Moby Dick tease from Trey.
[2] Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo teases from Mike and an atypical jam.
[3] Acoustic; without amplification.
[4] Without amplification.
[5] Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo tease from Trey.
Notes: After a few lines of The Horse, the fire alarm went off. The band kept playing but the house lights came on and the building was cleared for 20 minutes. The music resumed with Fire, and that was the only “set break.” My Friend included a Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo jam and a brief Moby Dick tease from Trey. SOAM subsequently included additional Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo teases from Mike and an atypical jam. Suzy contained a Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo tease from Trey. Ginseng Sullivan through Dog Faced Boy were performed acoustic and without amplification, and Sweet Adeline and Amazing Grace were performed without amplification.

June 21, 1997 Hurricane Festival, Scheessel, Germany (Sat)
Audience Cassette > DAT (unknown mics ; Bill Mitchell Transfer)

Scheessel, Germany

Set 1: Sample in a Jar, Also Sprach Zarathustra > Poor Heart, Taste, Dogs Stole Things, Theme From the Bottom, Swept Away > Steep > Limb By Limb, Dirt > Harry Hood > Chalk Dust Torture, Samson Variation[1], Twist > Cavern
Encore: My Soul
[1] Debut.
Notes: Samson Variation debuted at this show. This single-set performance was part of the inaugural Hurricane Festival that also featured Ani DiFranco, Bad Religion, Ben Folds Five, Elegantly Wasted, and Primus.

June 21, 2004 Ed Sullivan Theater, New York, NY (Mon)
Digital Audience (Schoeps MK4s ; across from the marquee)

Set 1: Scents and Subtle Sounds, Scents and Subtle Sounds, Also Sprach Zarathustra, Wilson, Chalk Dust Torture, Tweezer > Tweezer Reprise
Notes: Phish performed on top of the theater's second-floor marquee at West 53rd Street and Broadway. The soundcheck earlier that day included an instrumental jam similar to Quantegy. The first Scents was taped for The Late Show with David Letterman and aired that night. Then Phish waited as Paul Shaffer and his band (from inside the theater) played an instrumental version of The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down. The remainder of Phish's performance was for the benefit of a few hundred fans assembled on the sidewalk across the street. This version of 2001 contained only one “verse.”

June 21, 2009 Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy, Wi. (Sun)
Digital Audience (Audix M1280/HC ; Mary Terry Tape and Transfer)

Alpine Valley

Set 1: Brother, Wolfman's Brother, Funky Bitch > The Divided Sky, Joy, Back on the Train, Taste, Poor Heart, The Horse > Silent in the Morning, The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday > Avenu Malkenu > The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday, Time Turns Elastic
Set 2: Crosseyed and Painless[1] -> Down with Disease[2] > Bug > Piper[3] > Wading in the Velvet Sea, Boogie On Reggae Woman, Slave to the Traffic Light
Encore: Grind, Frankenstein[4]
[1] Brief Let It Grow (Grateful Dead) tease.
[2] Taste tease from Trey.
[3] Brief Can't You Hear Me Knocking tease.
[4] Page on the keytar and Trey on a five-neck guitar.
Notes: During Brother, each of the band members’ children jumped into a bathtub placed at the side of the stage. Afterwards, Trey introduced them and wished everyone a happy Fathers’ Day. Funky Bitch was played in acknowledgement of a fan who had been holding up a sign requesting the song at this show and the previous one. The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday Reprise was played for the first time since July 4, 2000 (111 shows). Crosseyed and Painless included a brief, subtle tease from Page of the Grateful Dead’s Let It Grow. Trey teased Taste near the end of Disease. Piper contains a brief Can’t You Hear Me Knocking tease. Frankenstein featured Page on the keytar and Trey on a five-neck guitar.

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Setlists provided by Setlist.com. Audio from Zero on Archive.org and Steve Kimock Band on Archive.org
and KVHW on Archive.org

June 21, 1990 Zero - Acorn Club, Bethlehem, Pa. (Thu)
Soundboard Master Cassette (unknown transfer)

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Cissy Strut > Tongue 'n' Groove > Rigor Mortis, Super Sonic Transport, Theme From Nancy Germany, Many Rivers To Cross, Tear Tags Off Mattresses, Baby Baby, E: Golden Road

June 21, 1997 Zero - Fireman's Benefit - Cazadero, Ca. (Sat)
Audience DAT (Onstage Neuman KM 150 XY mics ; unknown transfer)

Cazadero

Set 1: Ermaline > Tell Me All About It, Six Days On The Road, Catalina, Sun Sun Sun
Set 2: Out In The Woods, Riding With The King (1) > Pits Of Thunder, Horses, Rigor Mortis, Can't Keep A Good Man Down
Banana sat in all night on guitar. (1) Banana on vocals