Europe Setlists

Well, Phish is back on the road again in Europe. You can bet I'll be posting the setlists here as soon as I recieve them.
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06/30/98 The Grey Hall - Freetown Christiana, Copenhagen, Denmark Soundcheck: Moma Dance^, Relax^^, Ha Ha Ha, Birds of a Feather, Water in the Sky** I: Limb by Limb, Story of the Ghost*, Water in the Sky**, Bouncin' Around the Room, Tube, Stash -> Cities, Roget***, Gyute, Beauty of My Dreams, Funky Bitch, Train Song, David Bowie II: Moma Dance^, Birds of a Feather, Wolfman's Brother -> Relax^^, Run Like an Antelope, Lawn Boy, Ya Mar, Ha Ha Ha, Mike's Song > Swept Away+ > Steep, Weekapaug Groove E: Robert and Brian++ * - heavily funked out intro, but not a new arrangement ** - new version; faster; arpeggiated *** - new song, first time played; this is NOT the song which was played during the April "Island" Tour; that song is Relax (aka Frankie Says, aka Frankie Sais), and was played during 2nd set; this is Roget (aka Roggae, aka Row Get; prounounced "row get" ^ - Similar to Black-Eyed Katy (perhaps "formerly known as Black-Eyed Katy"), but had lyrics during which (show only; not soundcheck) Trey taught people the "Moma Dance" which involved tapping the right foot at a certain spot. ^^ - first played 04/02/98, possibly titled "Frankie Says" or "Frankie Sais"; with lyrics "Relax, the world will spin beside itself and suck you in with threats and hopes beyond compare" + - definitely Swept Away; apologies for the confusion surrounding Walk Away ++ - new song; previously referred to as "Staring at the Walls"; with lyrics "This one's for you" or "This one's for the singer"; opened Monday night's rehearsal Thanks to Tara Fowler for the prompt, trans-atlantic phone call and Ellis Godard for confirmation.
07/01/98 The Grey Hall - Freetown Christiana, Copenhagen, Denmark I: NICU, Sample in a Jar, My Mind's Got a Mind of It's Own, Moma Dance*, Down with Disease -> Space -> Down with Disease > Dog Faced Boy, Piper, Waste, Chalkdust Torture (103 min) II: Tweezer -> Also Sprach Zarathustra -> Loving Cup, My Soul, Sweet Adeline** (85 min) E: Harry Hood * - BEK-like, with lyrics; also played 6/30/98 set 2 ** - a capella, without mics
07/02/98 The Grey Hall - Freetown Christiana, Copenhagen, Denmark I: Birds of a Feather, Cars Trucks Buses, Theme from the Bottom, Brian and Robert*, Meat**, Ficus***, Shafty^, Fluffhead, Ginseng Sullivan, Punch You In the Eye, Character Zer0 II: Story of the Ghost^^ -> Runaway Jim -> Prince Caspian, You Enjoy Myself^^^ E: Simple * - formerly referred to as "Staring at the Walls" ** - new Mike song, first time played; Ghost-like *** - another new Mike song, first time played; may be called "I, Ficus" ^ - new arrangement of "Oblivious Fool"; same as version played in Providence 04/05/98, formerly (perhaps jokingly) referred to as "Olivia's Pool" and now called "Shafty" ^^ - new version (same as 06/30/98) with funked out intro ^^^ - with weird vocal jam with band speaking instead of singing, includ DEA chant Thanks to Marcus Goldman for the prompt, trans-atlantic call.
07/03/98 Midtfyns Festival - Dyrskuepladsen, Ringe, Fyn, Denmark Stash, Beauty of Dreams > Sample in a Jar, Gyute, Also Sprach Zarathustra > Down with Disease, Limb by Limb*, Water in the Sky*^ > My Soul, You Enjoy Myself, A Day in the Life (approx 98 min) Setlist taken from the webcast * - reportedly via ISDN only ^ - old standard version, but with new keyboard line which appears in the new version first played 06/30/98
07/05/98 Lucerna Theatre - Prague, Czech Republic I: Birds of a Feather, Taste, Cavern, Reba, Fee > "Funkalicious Jam" > Water in the Sky, Lawn Boy, Chalkdust Torture (60 min) II: Bathtub Gin > Moma Dance, McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters -> Axilla -> Harry Hood, Rocky Top E: Funky Bitch (II + E was 67 min) Thanks to Saul E. Wertheimer for the email!
07/06/98 Lucerna Theatre - Prague, Czech Republic I: Buried Alive > AC/DC Bag, Story of the Ghost, Cities, Limb by Limb, Train Song, Roget, Maze, Golgi Apparatus II: Julius > Meat > Julius Reprise*, Piper, Makisupa Policeman, David Bowie**, Loving Cup E: Possum * - music only, no lyrics ** - included solos by both Page and Fishman. Thanks to "Hansel and Gretel" for the setlists
07/08/98 Zeleste - Barcelona, Spain I: Moma Dance, Bathtub Gin, Punch You In The Eye, *Beauty of My Dreams, **Frankenstein, Gyute, Run Like an Antelope (1:14) II: Wilson^, Birds of a Feather, Dirt, Piper, Sleeping Monkey***, Story of the Ghost > Johnny B. Goode (approx. 50 min) E: Julius * - Trey teased "Freeride" before "Beauty" ** - False start of "Fee" before "Frankenstein" *** - At the start of Sleeping Monkey, Trey started yelling "Ole" and then told a story of how the band met a woman (Beatriz, aka Betty) from Chile the night before at a Brazillian bar (where folks were yelling "Ole" in celebration of Brazil's place in the World Cup soccer finals), and that this was her favorite song and that she'd come all the way from Chile to hear this song. Trey brought her on stage and crooned to her, and she danced while they played. Adam Foley has two great shots at ^ - with heavy metal jam
07/09/98 Zeleste - Barcelona, Spain I: Carini -> Boogie on Reggae Woman -> NICU, Split Open and Melt, Meat, Poor Heart, Tweezer, Ragtime Gal II: Drowned -> Theme from the Bottom, When the Circus Comes, Scent of a Mule -> Blister In The Sun* -> Mule Duel -> Scent of a Mule, Harry Hood** -> Izabella*** E: Chalkdust Torture * - "relatively complete; they didnt sing one verse, but its far longer and better than last summers spontaneous version in Austin ** - unfinished *** - different, "more Hendrix style than [19]97" Thanks to Herschel for passing along the setlist and comments; source unknown. Thanks to Carl Marrelli for filling in the details.
07/10/98 Zeleste - Barcelona, Spain I: Down with Disease, Dogs Stole Things#, Divided Sky#*, Mike's Song#** II: Halley's Comet > Jam > Roget, Sparkle#***, Mike's Song > Simple > Jam > Weekapaug Groove, Sample in a Jar, Good Times Bad Times E: Brian and Robert, Taste # - Loud PA problems in each of these songs * - Trey forgets some of the guitar parts, aborted after a particularly bad PA glitch. ** - aborted due to PA problems. Set I ends early (27 min) so the crew can work on the PA. Trey promises a long second set, right up to the curfew. *** - aborted due to PA problems. Trey asks the road crew to turn the monitors around to face the audience and just use them a PA, without the mains. While they are working, there is a joke session. Trey, then Mike, then Fish each tell a joke, Trey asks Fish to tell the Prison Joke but (un?)fortunately the PA is set up and Trey says "Lets try this one again" before Mike's Song starts. During Mike's Song, the road crew fixes the monitors [parts of the PA were still working] Thanks to Juliun Mohr for the setlist; and to David Paisley, Marco Walsh and Mikey Perrott for filling in the details.

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