Archive Additions

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As of today, there areΒ  25 new shows in the The Phish Thoughts Audio Archive. In addition to adding all of Fall ’09 and Miami ’09 to the archive, with the help of Jon Gollatz, I have added some of post hiatus’ best shows to archive as well. Below are a list of shows that you will now find only a click away. Cheers and happy downloading!

2003

2/14 The Great Western Forum, LA, CA

2/15 & 2/16 Thomas and Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV

2/18 Pepsi Center, Denver, CO

2/20 Allstate Arena, Chicago, IL

2/21 & 2/22 The Crown, Cincinatti, OH

2/28 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY

2004

6/16 & 6/20 SPAC, Saratoga Springs, NY

2009

Complete Fall Tour and New Year’s Run

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Jam of the Day:

Ghost” > Lifeboy 8.2.98 II

[audio:http://phishthoughts.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/ph1998-08-02d2t02.mp3,http://phishthoughts.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/ph1998-08-02d2t03.mp3]

Summer ’98, baby; Deer Creek style.

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DOWNLOAD OF THE DAY:

2.28.03 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY < Megaupload

One of the most memorable nights of the post-hiatus era. (Torrent not available.)

Nassau Coliseum - Uniondale, NY

I: Birds of a Feather, Destiny Unbound, Horn, Bathtub Gin, Sleep, Back on the Train, Bouncing Around the Room, Walls of the Cave

II: Tweezer > Soul Shakedown Party > David Bowie, Round Room, Harry Hood

E: Contact, Mexican Cousin, Tweezer Reprise

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810 Responses to “Archive Additions”

  1. albert walker Says:

    all these 93-95 era shows Miner has had up here is reminding me how fuckin hot this band was during that era

    maybe not as creative but drum tight almost every night
    such insane un bridled energy

    I love that shit

  2. Luther Justice Says:

    @ Butter

    Its on livephish or email me and I’ll send ya one. sbreckel@aol.com

    Like I said my friend is very kind. He likes getting the music to the people!

  3. albert walker Says:

    94 and 95 Rebas are so beautiful

    but yeah I think fall 95 through new years is peak Reba

    that fall through new years the Fishman Trey interplay is just insane

    all over the cymbals

    classic Phish shit right there

  4. Mr. Palmer Says:

    This is how you open a show!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IV_DKZnboMU

  5. BrandonKayda Says:

    10-31-94 Reba is my favorite IMO (how original)

    The 11-12-94 Hood is insane if you haven’t heard it. Full on peaking by Trey for 5mins straight. Just keeps going and going…

  6. Luther Justice Says:

    I agree AW. My fav Reba period.

  7. Phamily Berzerker Says:

    Just checked the webcam of the ski resort in the mountains. It looks like Hoth and the storm will continue through tomorrow into saturday.

    over 5 feet of the finest SW powder snow will fall before satruday on top of 3 feet already.

    Hoping the roads stay open to make this happen. I got the pass from the missus to make the run. Hooray.

    My first fake ID was from a Nebraska board made in college. Got it pulled ultimately.

  8. Weekapaug Says:

    hey guys, sorry to interrupt…
    Does anyone know of a good/free program that can convert .mp4 files to .avi files?

  9. voopa Says:

    Not sure Week…

    How much snow did you get this past week? Like 10 ft?

  10. voopa Says:

    Pazera Free MP4 to AVI Converter

  11. garretc Says:

    voopa, is that some sort of litmus test on whether weekapaug is worthy of knowing a good conversion program? haha

  12. Mr. Palmer Says:

    FYi- youtube has most of the 11/14/95 show in high quality

  13. Mr. Completely Says:

    “the Reba from 10/21/95 first set will abominate you”

    L my F A off

  14. Mr. Completely Says:

    @butter, re: old school heads

    one of my bay area friends noticed something interesting at the NYE Furthur shows which was that there were a lot of new kids in attendance for the first time in ages

    like you probably do he recognizes the same faces at more or less all the bay area dead stuff…said the difference was pretty noticeable

    thought that was interesting especially since people said the same thing about miami

  15. garretc Says:

    @Mr. C, maybe because they were NYE shows? I feel like the reputation of NYE concerts as blow outs, combined with the need to just do something exciting could draw a lot of youngins who otherwise wouldn’t make the effort?

  16. Adam Says:

    Lurker chiming in. Just got to give props to my favorite Reba, 2-20-93…I know, how original πŸ™‚
    How do I graduate to having an Avatar?

  17. Lycanthropist Says:

    Using Mr. C’s What It Is! mix for party music tonight. Already shakin my ass and tappin my toes.

  18. voopa Says:

    @garrettc – ha! No, just curious…

    @Adam – gravatar.com – make sure it’s “Rated G”, yo.

  19. Luther Justice Says:

    @Mr. C

    One of my friends at the NYE Furthur shows noticed the same thing. She’s freaking out bec she turned 40 this year. She very much notices the age ratios @ shows now.

  20. cal Says:

    See, I think the creativity was just as high in ’94-’95 as at any other point, AND it was peak tightness. For me, creativity isn’t willingness to jam, it’s spontaneous peaks of imagination. I know I’m kind of in the minority on this, but I think SUCCESSFUL creative jams happened just as often in ’95 as in ’03. Maybe it’s just my definition of successful.

  21. Robear Says:

    phew

    Just ‘cuz you all are dying for my opinion on this matter.

    Whenever I can, I make the two hour trek to the coast and see ‘DSO’.
    Maybe it’s because there are only so many bands that come through Humboldt.
    I always have a great time, share heads with some of the cats, boogey my ass off, and go home satisfied. Two of the shows, they did their own set-list, including some originals. The last time was a ’79 show. I thought it smoked. Never felt like it was a rip or fake or that I wished it was the real thing. I took it as a tribute, and pretty good one at that. I got the sense they enjoyed what they do and appreciate fostering happiness in their audience.

    Currently listening to ‘Ocean’ from VU live 1969 on lala.com

    Thx for the rec., AW. Have listened to nothing but gold and gems from your suggestions.

  22. Mr. Completely Says:

    get down funky now y’all!

    @Adam: gravatar.com, same email you post here with, set to rated “G”

    @garretc – that certainly has something to do with it, which is fine since some percentage will get it regardless of why they came

    but some Dead family band has been doing NYE every year….

  23. BrandonKayda Says:

    Miner posted a very psychedelic Reba here awhile back…it was about 20mins long and segues into Walk Away. 98′ show I believe.

    Can any of you fine people direct me to this Reba?

  24. Mr. Completely Says:

    but @luther, that’s how dead shows always were, at least in the era of those of us who are 40 now

    multigenerational

    that’s how it should be

    we need the kids on board

  25. Robear Says:

    Lycan, did you snag the phunk links that Halcyon posted? I’ve added a couple of those to Mr. C’s ‘F8 Oasis Soundtrack’ aka ‘what it is’ mix.

    http://www.mediafire.com/?cbhwjb1ydmw – The Nite Liters
    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=NU3QNDP5 – In Yo Face – the History of Funk
    http://www.sendspace.com/file/8mpeg6 – Sir Joe Quarterman and Free Soul
    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=3JMMR7G0 – Rufus Thomas
    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=5U0MGWJ6 – Stone Cold Funk
    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=UB4KKXDZ – Car Wash
    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=4C1BO3TZ – The Funk Project How Good is Good

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