Statistics for shows where "Phil's Farm" was played

All Debuts Seen (196 songs)

Show Date Song Notes
2019-08-10 Punchable Face debut, original
2018-10-18 Hanging Chads debut, original
2018-07-06 Australian Lullaby debut, original
2018-01-11 It Doesn't Matter debut, original
2017-10-20 Runnin' Down a Dream debut, Tom Petty
2016-12-30 North Route debut, original
2016-07-09 Lord Bail Ship debut, original
2016-04-28 Controversy debut, Prince
2016-04-07 I Got You (I Feel Good) debut, James Brown; with Amy Christian and Sharon Jones on vocals and Keith Jenkins replacing Brendan on guitar, along with Natalie Cressman on trombone, Jennifer Hartswick on trumpet, and Mike Quinn on saxophone
2016-04-07 Dancing Days debut, Led Zeppelin
2015-12-30 Silver Machine debut, Hawkwind; incomplete
2015-05-22 Voodoo Lady debut, Ween; with Gene Ween
2015-05-22 Transdermal Celebration debut, Ween; with Gene Ween
2015-05-22 Even If You Don't debut, Ween; with Gene Ween
2015-05-22 Baby Bitch debut, Ween; with Gene Ween
2015-05-22 The Grobe debut, Ween; with Gene Ween
2015-05-22 Spinal Meningitis debut, Ween; with Gene Ween
2015-05-22 Take Me Away debut, Ween; with Gene Ween
2015-05-22 Japanese Cowboy debut, Ween; with Gene Ween
2015-01-01 Full Frontal debut, original; with Phil's Farm teases
2015-01-01 Hindsight debut, original
2014-02-22 Bathing Digits debut, original
2014-02-22 Just What I Needed debut, The Cars
2013-12-31 Hit It and Quit It debut, Funkadelic; with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2013-12-31 Bad Friday debut, original; with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2013-12-31 Things Can Only Get Better debut, Howard Jones; with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2013-12-31 Twilight Zone debut, Golden Earring; with Crazy Train (Ozzy Osbourne) teases
2013-12-31 Funky Stuff debut, Kool & the Gang; with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2013-12-31 Sussudio debut, Phil Collins; with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2013-11-01 The Final Teen Spirit debut; The Final Countdown (Europe) + Smells Like Teen Spirit (Nirvana) mash-up
2012-12-28 Auf Wiedersehen debut, original
2012-08-07 Weird Fishes/Arpeggi debut, Radiohead
2012-05-27 Crucial Taunt debut, original
2012-03-10 Through the Cracks debut, original
2012-02-18 Detroit Rock City debut, Kiss
2011-09-06 Domino Theory debut, original
2011-09-06 Not Fade Away debut, Buddy Holly; with Bob Weir on guitar and vocals
2010-09-25 ...And We Became Sunshine debut, The Uglysuit; instrumental, with Jonathan Martin on keys
2010-08-01 Cheap Sunglasses debut, ZZ Top
2010-01-22 The Linear debut, original
2009-12-31 Turn & Dub debut, original (re-mix by Michael G of Easy Star All Stars); with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2009-12-31 Move Your Rug debut, Jeff Coffin; with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2009-12-31 Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out debut, Bruce Springsteen; with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2009-12-31 Reelin' in the Years debut, Steely Dan; with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2009-12-31 Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You debut, Frankie Valli; with Jake on bass
2009-04-16 Them Bones debut, Alice in Chains; with Nick Blasky on vocals
2009-04-16 Just the Two of Us debut, Bill Withers; only Ryan, Kris, and Nick Blasky; no vocals
2009-03-12 Time debut, Pink Floyd
2008-12-13 Day Dreaming debut, Aretha Franklin; with Jennnifer Hartswick on trumpet and vocals
2006-04-12 San Diego Super Chargers debut, Captain Q.B. and the Big Boys
2005-09-29 It's Not Impossible debut, KVHW; with vocals by Ray White, sung over Robot World jam; with Greg Rzab on bass
2005-03-31 Layla debut, Derek and the Dominos
2004-12-07 Women Wine and Song debut, original
2004-10-25 How Many More Times debut, Led Zeppelin; one verse only
2003-12-31 Tell Me Something Good debut, Rufus and Chaka Khan (Stevie Wonder); with Elliott Peck on vocals, along with Tobias Kemmer on trumpet, Raphael Crawford on trombone, and Rob Haight and Charlie Gorzinski on saxophones
2003-12-31 Ain't Too Proud to Beg debut, Holland/Whitfield; with Tobias Kemmer on trumpet, Raphael Crawford on trombone, and Rob Haight and Charlie Gorzinski on saxophones
2003-12-31 Shotgun debut, Junior Walker; with "Chicago blues" jam; with Tobias Kemmer on trumpet, Raphael Crawford on trombone, and Rob Haight and Charlie Gorzinski on saxophones
2003-12-31 Uptight (Everything's Alright) debut, Stevie Wonder/Henry Cosby/Sylvia Moy; with Tobias Kemmer on trumpet, Raphael Crawford on trombone, and Rob Haight and Charlie Gorzinski on saxophones
2003-12-31 Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours debut, Stevie Wonder; with horn section, Kris on vocals with Elliott Peck, and Jake on drums
2003-09-12 Start Me Up debut, The Rolling Stones; one verse; began with Runnin' with the Devil (Van Halen) tease
2003-09-12 Ring of Fire debut, Johnny Cash
2003-06-18 Wife Soup debut, original
2003-06-08 Bubbles debut, Herbie Hancock
2003-04-09 Runnin' with the Devil debut, Van Halen; one verse, with Kris on vocals
2002-11-20 Amazing Grace debut, John Newton; with Jake on stylophone
2002-10-05 Peter Gunn / Every Breath You Take debut, Henry Mancini/The Police; a la first episode Sopranos, season three
2002-10-05 Father and Son debut, Cat Stevens; just Jake and Brendan on stage on acoustics
2002-05-16 The Crooked One debut, original
2002-04-29 In Bloom debut, Nirvana; first verse only
2002-03-07 No Quarter debut, Led Zeppelin; first verse only, instrumental
2002-02-05 St. Hubbins Mach 2 debut, original; Joel played solo over multiple loops and left the stage as the loops continued
2001-10-31 (Don't Fear) The Reaper debut, Blue Öyster Cult
2001-10-31 Stonehenge debut, Spinal Tap; complete with dancing elves and mini-Stonehenge model; ended in a "beatbox breakdown"
2001-10-05 Ringo debut, original (Ali Baba's Tahini composition)
2001-08-12 Miss Gradenko debut, The Police
2001-07-18 Much Obliged ended with distinct Muffburger Sandwich and Roulette teases (the latter wouldn't debut in full until 08.11.2001)
2001-07-03 Mediterranean Sundance debut, Al DiMeola; acoustic
2001-05-11 I Am the Walrus debut, The Beatles
2001-04-26 Blue Echo debut, original (Jake)
2001-04-26 White Man's Moccasins debut, original (Joel); orginally known as "Ali"
2001-04-19 Born Under a Bad Sign debut, William Bell/Booker T. Jones; with Sugar Blue on harmonica and vocals
2001-04-19 Rastaman Chant debut, Bob Marley; with Bob tease
2001-04-19 The Emperor debut, Donald Byrd; with Topaz on saxophone and Squantch on trombone
2001-02-10 No Ordinary Love debut, Sade; Mike on lead vocals
2001-01-27 Tomorrow Never Knows debut, The Beatles
2001-01-27 Mullet (Over) debut, original
2000-11-18 A Fifth of Beethoven debut, Walter Murphy
2000-10-27 Nothing Too Fancy debut, original (Ali Baba's Tahini composition)
2000-10-27 Lenny debut, Stevie Ray Vaughan
2000-10-20 Soul Food I debut, original (Ali Baba's Tahini composition)
2000-10-12 Africa debut, Toto
2000-10-06 In a Silent Way debut, Miles Davis; with Josh Quinlan on alto saxophone
2000-09-29 She Came In Through The Bathroom Window debut, The Beatles
2000-09-28 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover debut, Paul Simon
2000-09-14 It's About That Time debut, Miles Davis; with Josh Quinlan on alto saxophone
2000-09-07 Space Funk Booty debut, original (Ali Baba's Tahini composition)
2000-09-01 Just a Friend debut, Biz Markie; Ryan on vocals
2000-08-18 Hurtin' House debut, Esther Phillips
2000-06-15 Power of Soul debut, Jimi Hendrix
2000-05-27 In the Hall of the Mountain King debut, Edvard Grieg
2000-05-06 Trenchtown Rock debut, Bob Marley
2000-04-14 All Blues debut, Miles Davis; with Rich Cohen and John Wiseman on saxophones and Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou on trumpet
2000-04-14 Stomping Grounds debut, Béla Fleck; with Rich Cohen and John Wiseman on saxophones
2000-01-28 Late in the Evening debut, Paul Simon; with John Wiseman on tenor saxophone and Rich Cohen on alto saxophone
2000-01-28 Bob's Cloud debut, Dr. Didg
2000-01-28 Pick Up the Pieces debut, Average White Band; with John Wiseman on tenor saxophone and Rich Cohen on alto saxophone
2000-01-28 Brown Eyed Girl debut, Van Morrison; thirty seconds long, in a punk-like style
1999-12-18 Flying debut, The Beatles
1999-12-03 The Fussy Dutchman debut, original
1999-10-29 Sex Farm debut, Spinal Tap
1999-10-29 Billie Jean debut, Michael Jackson
1999-10-20 Raymond debut, original
1999-10-16 Wabash debut, John Scofield
1999-10-01 Dirty Love debut, Fank Zappa; with Andy on vocals
1999-10-01 Sociable Jimmy debut, original
1999-09-17 Jose debut, original
1999-09-17 Hey Nineteen debut, Steely Dan
1999-09-17 Track Meet debut, Vince Guaraldi
1999-07-25 Sweetness debut, original
1999-06-30 Maple Leaf Rag debut, Scott Joplin
1999-06-24 All Things Ninja debut, original
1999-06-24 Jesus Is Just Alright debut, The Doobie Brothers; with Jake Cinninger on guitar
1999-06-17 I Want You Back debut, Jackson 5; with Jake Cinninger on guitar
1999-06-17 That's What Love Will Make You Do debut, Little Milton; with Jake Cinninger on guitar
1999-06-06 Freedom! '90 debut, George Michael; with Mike on lead vocals and Brendan on drums
1999-04-28 Mamu debut, original
1999-04-01 Cantaloupe Island debut, Herbie Hancock; with Rich Cohen on alto saxophone
1999-04-01 Church debut, Galactic; with Jake Cinninger on guitar and Rich Cohen on alto saxophone
1999-04-01 Chameleon debut, Herbie Hancock; with Rich Cohen on alto saxophone
1999-03-26 You Can't Blame the Youth debut, Peter Tosh
1999-01-28 Ask Me No Questions debut, B.B. King
1999-01-21 Fool in the Rain debut, Led Zeppelin
1999-01-21 Happy Birthday debut
1998-12-09 In the Flesh? debut, Pink Floyd
1998-10-31 The Safety Dance debut, Men Without Hats; Brendan on bass and Ryan on vocals
1998-10-31 Ghostbusters debut, Ray Parker Jr.
1998-10-31 Electric Avenue debut, Eddy Grant
1998-10-31 Bust a Move debut, Young MC; with Kevin on vocals
1998-10-31 Every Rose Has Its Thorn debut, Poison; Joel on acoustic guitar/vocals, Ryan on piano, and Kevin Browning on bass
1998-10-31 Rosanna debut, Toto
1998-09-25 Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' debut, Michael Jackson
1998-09-25 Jessica debut, The Allman Brothers Band
1998-09-19 Birthday debut, The Beatles; for Kevin
1998-09-12 Hangover debut, original
1998-08-29 Big Bottom debut, Spinal Tap
1998-08-22 Avenue debut, Citizen Dick; Mike on vocals and Brendan on drums
1998-08-22 2x2 debut, original
1998-06-05 Celtic Alleluia debut, Fintan O'Carroll, Christopher Walker
1998-06-05 Rift debut, Phish
1998-05-27 Stop debut, Jane's Addiction; with Mike on vocals
1998-04-20 Sweet Home Alabama debut, Lynyrd Skynyrd; entire song with Ali Baba's Tahini, Jake on 3rd verse vocals
1998-04-20 Thin Air debut, original
1998-04-04 Mean Mr. Mustard debut, The Beatles
1998-04-04 Down Under debut, Men at Work
1998-04-01 The Other Side of Things debut, original
1998-03-05 Slipknot! debut, Grateful Dead
1998-03-05 Help On the Way debut, Grateful Dead; with Keith Syska on saxophone
1998-02-28 Strolling a Suspension Bridge debut, Seth Kaufman
1998-02-20 Salamander Strut debut, original (Joel Cummins)
1998-02-20 Up on Cripple Creek debut, The Band
1998-02-20 Werewolves of London debut, Warren Zevon; with Lynyrd Skynyrd teases
1998-02-19 Take Me Out to the Ballgame debut
1998-02-19 Pick Your Nose debut, original
1998-02-19 Pow debut, Beastie Boys
1998-02-19 Run Like An Antelope debut, Phish
1998-02-19 Groove Holmes debut, Beastie Boys
1998-02-11 Gut Strut debut, original
1998-02-11 August debut, original
1998-02-11 Voulez-Vous debut, ABBA
1998-01-31 Sweet Child o' Mine debut, Guns N' Roses
1998-01-31 Cantaloupe Woman debut, Grant Green
1998-01-31 Hajimemashite debut, original
1998-01-29 Bubblehouse debut, Medeski Martin & Wood
1998-01-29 Jump debut, Van Halen
1998-01-29 Rebubula debut, moe.; with Norwegian Wood (The Beatles) tease
1998-01-29 Dear Lord debut, original; with Mellow Mood and Stir It Up (both Bob Marley) and The Tide Is High (Blondie) quotes from Brendan
1998-01-29 G-Song debut, original
1998-01-21 Red Baron debut, Billy Cobham; with Birthday wishes from Mike
1998-01-21 Moby Dick debut, Led Zeppelin
1998-01-21 Hours debut, original
1998-01-21 Muffburger Sandwich debut, original
1998-01-21 Mike's Song debut, Phish
1998-01-21 Bathtub Gin debut, Phish
1998-01-21 Bob debut, original; with false start
1998-01-21 10th Grade debut, original
1998-01-21 Orfeo debut, original
1998-01-21 Burning Down the House debut, Talking Heads
1998-01-21 Phil's Farm debut, original
1998-01-21 Pour Some Sugar On Me debut, Def Leppard
1998-01-21 Linus and Lucy debut, Vince Guaraldi
1998-01-21 Weekapaug Groove debut, Phish
1998-01-21 Divisions debut, original
1998-01-21 FF debut, original
1998-01-21 Kimble debut, original
1998-01-21 Philosophy debut, Ben Folds Five
1998-01-21 I Am Hydrogen debut, Phish


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