The next archival release from LivePhish will feature full soundboard audio of Phish‘s 6/14/95 at Memphis, TN’s Mud Island Amphitheatre, the streaming service announced on Wednesday.

This latest release follows recent archival offerings of 7/8/94, the last Gamehendge show which was also featured as Dinner and a Movie episode 19; 7/21/97, featuring Dave Matthews Band‘s LeRoi Moore (episode nine of Dinner and a Movie); 8/1/98, and 3/8/93.

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The night of June 14th, 1995 found Phish just six shows into a 22-date summer tour that would stretch through July 3rd. Kicking off with the short-lived cover of “Don’t You Want To Go?” by The Meditation Singers, this show is immediately brimming with the fun-loving energy that was still abundant in the Phish from Vermont in 1995. After that things got more conventional with a run through “Gumbo”, which melded into the first-set singalong “NICU”. The first set kept moving along with “Mound”, followed by a “Cavern” into “Possum” segue.

“All Things Reconsidered” made an appearance, and would be played only six more times before getting ultimately shelved for good in 1997. Phish ditched the microphones for “Amazing Grace” next, then returned to their instruments for the eternal pairing of “The Horse” and “Silent in the Morning”. Things then wound down with only the third-ever live performance of “Spock’s Brain”, which segued into “Split Open and Melt” to bring set one to a satisfying close.

While set one featured many fan favorite tunes, some of which audiences can’t hear today, the meat of 6/14/95 lies in the five-song second set. Opening up with “Also Sprach Zarathustra”, things immediately got spaced out, until a segue into “Poor Heart” pulled everyone back into reality. This grounding is short-lived however, as the band ripped open into “Tweezer”. This is no ordinary “Tweezer” however, as it eventually proves to run over 50 minutes and incorporated a digital delay jam as well as whistling. The Mud Island “Tweezer” would go down as the longest rendition of the song to date as of 6/14/95.

After that behemoth “Tweezer”, “Acoustic Army” made its fourth-ever appearance, which was also its fourth appearance on the 1995 summer tour after being debuted at BSU Pavilion on June 7th. Finally, the second set closed out with The Beatles‘ “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”. As the band returned for the encore, unconventional jams were still on the table as they tore into “Simple”, which would end with an unconventional a cappella ending instead of a normal jam. After the Tennessean ode “Rocky Top”, things finally came to a close with “Tweezer Reprise”.

Soundboard audio of Phish’s 6/14/95 concert at Mud Island Amphitheatre in Memphis, TN is available on LivePhish beginning on October 2nd. The show will also air in its entirety on SiriusXM‘s Phish Radio October 1st at noon ET prior to its Friday release.

Setlist: Phish | Mud Island Amphitheatre | Memphis, TN | 6/14/95

Set One: Don’t You Want To Go?, Gumbo > NICU, Mound, Cavern > Possum, All Things Reconsidered, Amazing Grace[1], The Horse > Silent in the Morning, Spock’s Brain > Split Open and Melt

Set Two: Also Sprach Zarathustra > Poor Heart > Tweezer[2], Acoustic Army, While My Guitar Gently Weeps

Encore: Simple[3], Rocky Top > Tweezer Reprise
[1] Without microphones.
[2] 50+ minutes; whistling and Digital Delay Loop Jam.
[3] A cappella ending.

Don’t You Wanna Go was preceded by a Stairway to Heaven tease. Trey teased Jean Pierre in Possum. This 50+ minute Tweezer included a brief Gypsy Queen jam, a Slave-like jam, and a Digital Delay Loop Jam with whistling. Simple contained a Jump Monk tease from Trey and was performed with an a cappella ending instead of a jam, akin to the ALO version from December 8, 1994. Amazing Grace was performed without microphones. In the soundcheck, Funky Bitch was peformed as a slow version and Rift was played as an instrumental.