Jam Chart for shows in the city of Shelburne, VT (7 entries)

Date Song City Timing Notes
1986-12-06 Jam Shelburne, VT 3:15 Following "Camel Walk," a bluesy and rocking jam with an Allman Brothers Band vibe and "Ramblin' Man" jam > to "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot." On PhishTracks, the "Ramblin' Man" jam occurs in the first 3:15 of "Chariot."
1986-12-06 Skin It Back Shelburne, VT 6:44 -> from "GTBT." The third known version is well-played and has a bit of an extended intro. It's highlighted by a mini-jam of "The Sloth," which wouldn't debut for another eight months, starting around 5:35. -> into "Cities."
1986-12-06 Mike's Shelburne, VT 8:34 Played at a slower tempo (or possibly a tape issue), the jam is fairly open ended, working through several progressions, including some "DEG"-like jamming. -> to a cool and first known Phish performance of the "Little Drummer Boy."
1986-12-06 Whipping Post Shelburne, VT 12:01 The first jam features some nice Page organ action. The second jam begins in customary style, then settles around 7:20 into some mellow and low-key grooving, including some great Mike after 10:10.
1986-12-06 Bowie Shelburne, VT 3:51 "David Bowie" -> "Clod" (Section of "Fluffhead") > "David Bowie." Jam is similar to debut, but with some jamming that sounds similar to the Allman Brothers' "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed." Intense ending.
1986-12-06 Clod Shelburne, VT 6:45 -> in from "David Bowie." This section of "Fluffhead" is played in the middle of the "Bowie" jam. > back to "DB."
1986-12-06 Bowie Shelburne, VT 5:32 > in from "Clod." This section of "Bowie" has an Allman Brothers-like vibe and an intense ending.
Jam chart versions are selected because of improvisational and other characteristics that distinguish these from typical versions of the song.
The jam chart team has highlighted some versions with a yellow background; these are the versions the team believes to be especially improvisational, or otherwise notable.
A purple date indicates that you were in attendance.


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