Adventures In the Freezer – An Audio Post

"Tweezer" 7.31 (G.Lucas)

"Tweezer" 7.31 (G.Lucas)

Here is some Monday morning music to start off the week. In the vein of last week’s “Ambient Evolution” mix, today, I have spliced together a series of groove-era “Tweezer” jams – from 1997 to 2000 – in a 78-minute escapade, “Adventures In The Freezer.” The focus of this mix is straight-up, nasty Phish grooves, with some jams excerpted and some getting their full spin. Give it a listen, I think you’ll enjoy. The setlist is below the player. Click the title to download an mp3 version; a lossless link is below.

Adventures In The Freezer

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Auburn Hills 12/6/97 > Austin 7/25/98 > Denver 11/17/97 > Fuji Rock 8/1/99 > Raleigh 12/16/99 > Vancouver 9/9/99 > Lakewood 6/24/00 > Christiania 7/1/98 > Hartford 11/26/97

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Jams of the Day:

Runaway Jim > Strange Design” 11.29.97 II

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Got an hour? If you don’t, here’s some slammin’ funk grooves from Merriweather ’98.

Sneakin’ Sally” 8.8.98 I

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DOWNLOAD OF THE DAY:

11.29.97 The Centrum, Worcester, MA < Torrent

11.29.97 The Centrum, Worcester, MA < Megaupload

1997-11-29moCentered around the hour-long “Runaway Jymphony” of legend, here we have the middle night of Worcester ’97’s three-night stand. Love it or leave it, there’s no it’s an adventure!

I. The Wedge, Foam, Simple, The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday > Avenu Malkenu > The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday, The Sloth, Ginseng Sullivan, Saw it Again, Horn, Water in the Sky, David Bowie

II: Runaway Jim > Strange Design, Harry Hood, Prince Caspian, Suzy Greenberg

E: Buffalo Bill > Moby Dick > Fire

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271 Responses to “Adventures In the Freezer – An Audio Post”

  1. gus Says:

    Thank you Miner for Adventures In The Freezer. I’ve always wanted an hour and 17 minutes of pure funk…well, cow-funk, that is.

  2. joe Says:

    no pending transactions on my card either. I hope it matters that I am using a debit card and those won’t post till later (or something). Good week to win my football picks pool for $375 in case I do score the tickets.

  3. Mugician Says:

    I’m sure by the time these Fall shows roll around, tickets are going to be dirt cheap. For those of you worrying, don’t! It’ll work itself out!

  4. punkmug Says:

    I have another friend going in for lottery tickets. Any extras I have will be offered here first..

    Good luck people.

  5. Mr. Completely Says:

    @butter i guess i just don’t get it

    why would you think that his case makes your prosecution any less likely? they’re never sensible about allocating resources. it’s totally random who gets busted and who doesn’t (volunteers like Eddy aside).

    In Cali your 90 plant grow wasn’t very likely to get busted before he went down and it’s no more or less likely now. There’s just no connection that I understand.

    As far as I can see the only lesson is: he fought the law, and the law won.

    But I’m biased. I grew up a second generation outlaw and spent years of effort learning the art and science of fooling the Man. Making yourself a target just baffles me. It goes against every lesson I learned. But maybe I’m just old fashioned, LOL

    I’m sure he did get away with a lot. And yes I do see getting away with it as noble. Growers and chemists are the psychic Robin Hoods of modern society. I think a grower that goes about their business, medical or otherwise, year in and year out provides a better example than this kind of kamikaze mission.

    Just my $0.02

  6. Mr. Completely Says:

    I also think very extreme oddball cases like him held up as “examples” of marijuana culture is quite harmful to the cause among undecideds in the middle america voting bloc who might be open to legalization in Cali in the 5-10 year medium term…

  7. BingosBrother Says:

    I guess MLK should have painted his face white and put on some overalls to eat in a restaurant.

  8. Leo Weaver Says:

    “I also think very extreme oddball cases like him held up as “examples” of marijuana culture is quite harmful to the cause among undecideds in the middle america voting bloc who might be open to legalization in Cali in the 5-10 year medium term…”

    ^Exactly.

    And yes, making yourself a target is just asking for it. He let his ego get in the way…check that at the garden gate and he’s still growing.

  9. Leo Weaver Says:

    I’ll be looking for any MSG and VA extras…you guys keep me in mind :-)

  10. Selector J Says:

    Reggae show is on… Click my name to go to the website.

  11. Frankie Says:

    Listening now… Feelin’ Irie!

    You da man Selectah! Thanks for the tunes! :)

  12. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    very solid setlist today. have a great night, people…

    I
    Twix>
    Holds*
    She’s Bitchin’ Again**>
    NFL***>
    Sham Wow****>
    Chatter>
    Lot Shirts>
    Sham Wow (Hookered)
    Big Ten Boiler
    JOTD

    II
    Cougers>
    Costumes>
    Runaway^>
    Sociopsych
    Indiana^^>
    Selector>
    Medicinal>
    Indiana (Reunions)^^^>
    Lepp (Martyrs)^^^^>
    Holds Reprise

    E: Irie

    Second set included several Indoor/Outdoor “conversations”
    * Weather Report tease, Recommend Jam
    ** Cackalack tease
    *** Lossless tease
    **** Costumes Jam
    ^ Medicinal tease, Lycan Archive Jam
    ^^ references to multiple earlier themes
    ^^^ Northwest tease
    ^^^^ Empire Dead Jam

  13. darceman Says:

    Thank you Mr. Miner.

    In the spirit of Halloween and the “8” looming on the horizon, how about a mash up of some of the most sublime “Ghost” tunes…?

    Thanks again for your consideration.

  14. Uncle Ebeneezer Says:

    @ Type III, nice work…so fun to read sometimes

  15. lot rat Says:

    With all this talk of Halloween set and some chatter of the acoustic set, their hasnt been much talk about the other 6 bombers that are gonna let loose.

    Two nugs friday night, a mid afternoon set that should be 2 plus hours saturday, the follow up set, sunday late afternoon “sunset” set….and the last waltz sunday night

    bustouts….im saying Tela, Ginseng, & Alumni Blues.

    what is the opener….TUBE?????

    I can smell the stank of the dank, harvest is here…

  16. butter Says:

    “Growers and chemists are the psychic Robin Hoods of modern society.”

    there ….bam, i took the other side of the Lepp debate just to hear you say that.

    That’s True Gold Mr. C

  17. Daves Energy Says:

    Please make it Hot Rats! Just think of Son of Mr. Green Genes!!!!!!!

  18. Jsp767 Says:

    THANK YOU MR MINOR for adventures in the freezer – really well done – and such a joy (no pun intended). im leaving work with a big smile on my face.

  19. robojibboo Says:

    what?! no bomb factory? – denied

  20. gavinsdad Says:

    no email yet from ptbm. in the next few days i’d love one of our mathematicians on here to crunch out some simple numbers on request vs fulfillment rate. already in one short day i’m seeing more success than i personally remember from summer lottery.

    have a good nite.

  21. larry bird flu Says:

    miner, just wanted to thank you for such an excellent tweezer compilation. just the type of music i wanted to listen to after work today. thanks again.

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