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first_imgOne of the things we all love about Phish is their ability to surprise. That effect was in full force on this day in 2000, when the band took the stage at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois. The Vermont four-piece opened the show with the debut of “Come On Baby, Let’s Go Downtown,” a tune originally written by Danny Whitten (the original guitarist for Crazy Horse) and made famous by its appearance on the 1975 Neil Young album, Tonight’s The Night. To date, after its debut on September 23rd, 2000, Phish has only ever played it one other time—a week later during the group’s performance at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater on October 5th of the same year.Fortunately, you can watch a video of Phish debuting their cover of “Come On Baby, Let’s Go Downtown” below.[Video: romanb99]“Come On Baby, Let’s Go Downtown” was built through to a nicely jammed rendition of “The Moma Dance,” which you can also watch below.[Video: romanb99]After “Frankenstein”, the band broke into a first-set “Halley’s Comet” for the ages, taking the funky tune past the fourteen-minute mark with some excellent jamming. Dig the video below.[Video: telekinetica]The video footage from Phish performance at the Allstate Arena back in 2000 continues with this great first set-closing version of “Stash.”[Video: telekinetica]You can also check out the full audio from the show, courtesy of fromtheaquarium. The band really dug deep in the second half, playing “Tweezer” with a rare die-down ending and also taking “Piper” deep into funk jam territory. The full stream and setlist can be seen below.Setlist: Phish | Allstate Arena | Rosemont, IL | 9/23/00Set 1: Come On Baby, Let’s Go Downtown[1] > The Moma Dance, Frankenstein, Halley’s Comet > Fee > StashSet 2: Birds of a Feather, Tweezer[2] > NICU > Scent of a Mule, Fast Enough for You, Piper > Character ZeroEncore: Sleeping Monkey > Tweezer Repriselast_img read more

first_imgRelatedPosts Police arrest 96 suspects over alleged cultism, robbery in Benue Four herdsmen in court over alleged kidnapping, terrorism in Benue FRSC arrests five staff for extortion Force Headquarters, Abuja has emerged the overall winner of the 12th Biennial Police Games with 239 medals made up of 102 gold, 70 silver and 67 bronze. The News Agency of Nigeria correspondent who monitored the medals table on Saturday reports that the biennial games took place between February 27 and March 7 in Awka, Anambra State. Zone 2 Police Command made up of Lagos and Ogun Commands, came second with 198 medals comprising 63 gold, 80 silver and 55 bronze. Zone 11 Osogbo, placed third with 42 gold, 32 silver and 45 bronze, bringing the total to 119 medals, while Zone 6 Calabar on fourth position had 27 gold, 31 silver and 38 bronze, totaling 96 medals. Zone 7 Abuja, with a total of 64 medals comprising 20 gold, 22 silver and 22 bronze came fifth, while Zone 9 Umuahia, on sixth position, had a total of 59 medals made up of 20 gold, 14 silver and 25 bronze. Zone 5 Benin had 17 gold, 22 silver and 28 bronze to placed 7th with 67 medals, as eighth position went to Zone 8 Lokoja with 11 gold, 14 silver and 17 bronze to have 42 medals. Zone 1 Kano, had 10 gold, 13 silver and 17 bronze to occupy 9th position with 40 medals, while Zone 4 Makurdi had a total of 33 medals made up of 4 gold, 10 silver and 19 bronze to placed 10th. Zone 3, Yola got 10 medals from three gold, five silver and two bronze to place 11th, as Zone 12 Bauchi was in 12th position with 11 medals from one gold, five silver and five bronze. On the bottom of the table was Zone 10 Sokoto with 17 medals from seven silver and 10 bronze. Police Spokesman in Lagos, DSP Bala Elkana, had however told NAN before the games that Lagos (Zone 2) athletes were prepared to retain their position as defending champions. “Our athletes have been preparing and we are ready to retain our title as the defending champions of the 2018 Enugu Police Games,” Elkana said.— Tags: 2020 Police GamesMakurdiNigeria Police GamesUmuahialast_img read more