Weekend Nuggets: An Autumn Assortment

DOWNLOAD OF THE WEEKEND:

11.18.09 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI < Megaupload

11.18.09 (M.Christie)

1: AC/DC Bag, Foam, Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan, Bouncing Around the Room, Sample in a Jar, Kill Devil Falls, It’s Ice, Horn, Mountains in the Mist, Poor Heart, 46 Days, David Bowie

II: Runaway Jim, Down with Disease > Free, Waste, Taste, Bug, Wading in the Velvet Sea, Mike’s Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, Cavern

E: Character Zero

Source: Schoeps mk41> KC5> M222> NT222> Lunatec V3> SD 722 (@24bit/48kHz)

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Jam of the Weekend:

2001 > Bowie” 12.3.09 II

[audio:http://phishthoughts.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/ph2009-12-03t17.mp3,http://phishthoughts.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/ph2009-12-03t18.mp3]

The exclamation point on a non-stop set of Phish.

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VIDEOS OF THE WEEKEND:

10.31.09 – Indio, Team Hood’s Four Camera Edit ——————— (Click white You Tube links for widescreen)

“Torn and Frayed”

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“Ventilator Blues”

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“I Just Wanna See His Face”

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494 Responses to “Weekend Nuggets: An Autumn Assortment”

  1. ThePigSong Says:

    Haven’t read much here or listened to any Phish since tour, but I think today is a great day to dive back in headfirst. Suggestions?

  2. BrandonKayda Says:

    12/3 set II (both sets are hot though)
    11/24 set I
    11/29 set I
    11/28 set II

  3. Kenny Powers Says:

    This is totally random (other than it being 10 years ago), but in case anyone hasn’t heard this exceptional pull of Hampton 12.18.99 (tour closer, last show before Big Cypress), here it is:

    AAC (iTunes) version: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=YUC7IUVE

    lossless FLAC pt. 1: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=4K7EFTKK
    lossless FLAC pt. 2: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=YGCZJ01H

    The taper was BEHIND the stage, which first made me think it would sound not so hot. But DAMN, this is a clear audience recording.

    Enjoy

  4. Mr. Palmer Says:

    @pigsong- i yanked a couple ’97 gems off Miner’s archive yesterday.

    12/11 and 11/22, rochester and hampton. i recommend them highly. they are pretty popular shows so you may have heard them. currently listen to 12.29.03 set II which is sick as well.

  5. c0wfunk Says:

    probably ought to start w/ the 11/28 jams if you want to hear the “jam of the tour” .. if you want songs I’d go with the 11/24

  6. c0wfunk Says:

    mr. p those are two of the best can’t go wrong there

  7. c0wfunk Says:

    I didn’t realize moe. did a christmas album how weird.

  8. cal Says:

    PigSong: I remain a staunch supporter of 11.20 set II. And don’t neglect the “Split” from 11.21 set I. And 11.22 set II is definitely a must-hear as well. And “Birds” from 11.25 set II.

  9. ThePigSong Says:

    thanks for the recs; I don’t think I’ve ever heard 12/11; I think it’s the winner!

    I was going to go with Miami ’03, but I’ll cue that up for tomorrow or tonight I guess.

  10. SillyWilly Says:

    Ive been listening to some old shows to put me in the holiday spirit and how about the 12-30-97 Harry Hood

    i this is my favorite harry hood. it really is happiness expressed through a guitar, a piano, a bass, and drums.

  11. ThePigSong Says:

    most all of November ’97 has been spun many many times, not sure why but for some reason I always overlook December.

  12. SillyWilly Says:

    the new years run in 97 is great pigsong…. im by no means an expert but im really diggin’ it right now.

  13. Mr. Completely Says:

    Ursula LeGuin is great, just great. She lives here in portland. Every once in a while she gives a little talk or reading or something and I always try to go. Really a beautiful and peaceful warrior spirit. Her translation (done with a Chinese professor from UNC who, in a weird twist, I know from childhood) of the Tao Te Ching is my favorite, for its unique poetic interpretation…

    her sci fi and fantasy books are great too of course, very thoughtful and moving stuff

  14. Mr. Completely Says:

    just reading back over this morning…funny stuff…

    @neemor I don’t mind the curiosity, I was in disguise for that lunch meet w/PBS anyway, in reality I look like Wilt Chamberlain from that Conan movie…

    I’m looking forward to seeing your shirt design btw…

  15. c0wfunk Says:

    just digging for some christmas music I found this thing called “Trey’s christmas gift” from 1985.. tracklist ..

    the yem was done with this crazy “vocal” cheesey synth patch. So strange. ANyone know what the deal w/ this is?

    Tracklist:
    1. And So To Bed (5:06)
    2. You Enjoy Myself (0:55)
    3. Green Dolphin Street (2:54)
    4. Harry Hood (6:03)
    5. Slave To The Traffic Light (4:39)
    6. Run Like An Antelope (6:31)
    7. The Divided Sky (1:19)
    8. Letter To Jimmy Page (1:18)
    9. Dave’s Energy Guide (1:20)
    10. Fluff’s Travels (0:31)
    11. A Last Surprise – Skippy The Wondermouse (1984-12-01) (9:30)
    12. Fluffhead (1984-12-01) (5:26)

    Notes (Upload Specific):
    – Source: 4-TRACK>CASS/2>HHB/CDR/FLAC
    – Slave: drums by Pete Cottone, Keyboards by Tom Marshall.
    – Back-up Vocals: Marc “Daubs” Daubert, Tom Marshall (Slave, Antelope)
    – Slave, Antelope and Ltr to Jimmy Page are from Bivouac Jaun
    – Dave Abrahams may sing vocals on one or more of these tracks… (?) I have conflicting info.
    – Daubs plays percussion on DivSky
    – THE DUDE OF LIFE on Tracks 11-12.

  16. Mr. Palmer Says:

    @ Mr.C– a friend has invited me to go see Jerry Joseph in Brooklyn next week. I know he’s a Portland guy. Not too familiar with his music, except with the few collaberations with WSP. was curious of your opinion. I’ve heard he’s a love him or hate him guy.

  17. c0wfunk Says:

    jerry joseph doing climb to safety is amazing..

  18. voopa Says:

    The 2006 album Nina Simone Remixed and Reimagined is great. As are the remixes of her stuff on the Verve Remixed series. My mom carpooled with her when she worked at a resort in the Catskills one Summer in the 50’s.

    Speaking of Box of Rain, I’ve had The Complete Annotated Grateful Dead Lyrics as my bathroom reader for months now…great insight into all of their originals, and some covers. And some weird trivia too. The write up of Ramble on Rose is like 8 pages long!

  19. voopa Says:

    Oh, and the artwork in that GD lyrics book is priceless.

  20. Mr.Miner Says:

    Back in the Bay with sun and no snow. I remember why I live here 🙂

  21. fromthetub Says:

    ^ it’s supposed to be close to 60 here today. Glad you made it back.

  22. butter Says:

    Welcome back Mr. Miner

  23. sumodie Says:

    6 degrees from Page…or is it 4?

    How coincidental that the kevin bacon game was mentioned here this weekend:

    Today my good friend john gets a call from his childhood friend, mary, in hilton head. turns out she’s good friends w/ Page’s mom (isnt that 4 degrees separation?).

    Naturally I put in a request for a 20 min. face melting sparkle & 2 floor seats for nye (is that asking too much?).

  24. butter Says:

    my buddy became friends with Mike’s mom as she was hitting some shows some years ago.

    pretty funny when the info pipeline involves a band member’s mom

  25. chefbradford Says:

    cowfunk- I think a lot of those track are on “The White Tape”, and it certainly sounds like the YEM from said album

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