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Apr
19
92

Phish - 1992

The Catalyst
Santa Cruz, CA, United States map

Set List

Set I

Set II

Encore

Show Notes

This was Phish’s third and final show at The Catalyst. It was an all ages show on Easter Sunday. The show was listed in the Mar/Apr 92 Phish Update as tentative but was completely sold out with the club filled to it’s capacity of 650 and beyond. The Buried Alive opener and parts of set I included special guest Cameron McKinney sitting in on “rhythm guitar” (inaudible ukelele). This was the 1st NICU to be played in its new, faster ska arrangement. Trey introduced a freshly clean-shaven Fish before his trombone solo during I Didn’t Know, saying “ladies and gentlemen, recovering from a horrible facial accident, would you please welcome, Tommy Dorsey.” I Didn’t Know also featured a short, but unique vocal jam based on “Take it apart.” Weekapaug Groove concluded with a vocal jam delivered over the beat of the song. The Cold As Ice outro included teases of “Lively Up Yourself” (Bob Marley cover), foreshadowing the next show in Humboldt County.