The Middle of the Week

The Gorge 8.8.09 (Photo: Wendy Rogell)


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LOST Discussion Thread:

In order to preserve everyone’s personal journey through the six seasons of LOST, I have created a specific post/thread to discuss this week’s episode. Keeping LOST discussion to this location will keep people who are behind from reading spoilers – because that is the worst. Please respect this and keep all show commentary in the previous post.

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Jam of the Day:

2001 > Simple” 11.18.96 II

This is one of the first jammed out “2001’s,” coming before Trey began playing ’97 funk licks – a psychedelic combination. And the “Simple,” included on the extra disc of “Vegas ’96,” is simply sublime.

[audio:http://phishthoughts.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/11-2001.mp3,http://phishthoughts.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/12-Simple_.mp3]


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6.24.2000 Lakewood Amp. Atlanta, GA < Torrent

6.24.2000 Lakewood Amp. Atlanta, GA < Megaupload

While this defining “Tweezer” dominates the evening, the “Moma” and “Antelope” provide further highlights. This reader request goes out to Henry!

I: The Moma Dance > Runaway Jim, Bouncing Around the Room, Tweezer > Strange Design, Cavern

II: Birds of a Feather, Bug, My Sweet One, Run Like an Antelope, Frankie Says, Carini, The Squirming Coil, Prince Caspian

E: Guyute, The Inlaw Josie Wales, Driver, Tweezer Reprise

Source: Unknown

705 Responses to “The Middle of the Week”

  1. Marshall Says:

    I graduated from Auburn when Bo Jackson played. He wasn’t the top recruit in his class. That’s my go-to example for why I don’t pay much heed to recruiting. It’s like the 7th day out in a 7 day weather forecast on the news.

  2. Marshall Says:

    “where Bo Jackson played” not “when” –

    really need that EDIT feature

  3. kenny powers Says:

    War Goddam Eagle. I’m a Yank but the wife is Auburn ’00. Love to visit down there, although never been to Auburn, just Mobile and the Gulf Coast.

  4. joe Says:

    So far no bites on this question, but I’ll keep bothering people with it:

    Anyone have my Trey Boston extra? also, any people here planning any sort of meetup pre-show?

  5. Marshall Says:

    Mobile – a town where kids learn to drink at the age of 12 or 13 every February during the nation’s oldest Mardi-gras.

  6. Marshall Says:

    Oh, and War Eagle! KP! nice!

  7. BTB Says:

    The only problem with college basketball is the other 32 boring games a year… but the tournament is great.

    I’m in the minority, but I prefer CFB to Pro. NFL teams are run by Private Equity firms. Living in Cleveland we found that they can just “move your fucking team away” if it isn’t profitable. Plus, they create teams out of thin-air …should i buy the merchandise – we got a team now you know…doesn’t appeal to me much. I like 100 year old traditions.

    350 years from now, when I’m dead and gone, my buckeyes will still be lining up on the banks of the Olentangy River – I’ll drink to that. 350 years from now the Jacksonville Jaguars will be the Rio De Jinero Oligots b/c the demographics support it.

    Recruiting is a similar example to why we are all on a PH board with no tour dates announced, it’s what you do in the off season.

  8. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    @joe
    wish I could help you out with a ticket for HOB. I haven’t seen any floating around…

    beantown boy was compiling ideas for a meet-up. probably Boston Beer Works or Lansdowne Pub unless anyone has a better idea.

    Speaking of HOB, did anyone go to the moe. show Friday? My wife’s sister went and said the line to get in backed up two parking garages down in front of the venue and they got there near show time. anybody know what was up with that??

  9. voopa Says:

    moe.’s on their 20th anniversary tour right now, and judging by the setlists and reviews, they’re tearin’ it up.

  10. Chuck D Says:

    T3, my buddy went. No clue about that line, I’ll ask him.

    It was his first moe. show, said it was a fun time and all, but didn’t find IT. I told him he’d find IT if he went to TAB, he’s also looking for tix. Shit sold out quiiiick, even for a hot TAB ticket.

  11. joe Says:

    I haven’t been in there since it was the Avalon Type III, the lines were always bad for that place. At least now (I’m assuming), they don’t have an early stop to the concerts so that they can get everyone out before the dance-party disco crowd shows up at 11.

  12. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    Ive been to a number of shows at the new HOB (and the old avalon) and I’ve never heard of it being so bad getting in. whatever. just want to plan for the 12th

    @chuck d
    TAB sold out quick! and nobody’s selling from what I can see.

  13. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    okay, heading home for some chicken pot pie. catch you later, everybody.

  14. joe Says:

    not really any tickets on craigslist either. Luckily for me, I just need one. The girlfriend has to work and my buddy is not coming.
    Maybe the meetup could take place at the bar in Fenway (the centerfield one where you can look into the outfield) so that we can monitor the line going into the HOB?

  15. Chuck D Says:

    Yep, yep. Closest thing to Phish is TAB; peeps gotta get theirs, eh?

  16. Selector J Says:

    put on the RR 7-31-09 from the archive today… man, that wind is a beeeotch.

  17. albert walker Says:

    Melt was the soundtrack of chaos last summer

    RR and Creek

    what comes first the melt or the storm?

    pretty dicey being up in the mountains at RR

    we had 3 tarps with people from our crew holding the ends together
    there was about 30 people juts chillin underneath taking turns holding them up
    it was like it was not even raining
    did not even feel a drop
    probably the only 30 kids not getting poured on
    got pretty smokey in there though
    half the people under there have gardens
    fun stuff

  18. albert walker Says:

    el Dude

    there is an AUD recording on BT org right now recorded by Owsley of a chunk of a 72 show
    think it was played on some Dead radio program

    just 3 songs
    it is not complete just the Dark Star through Dew

    listened to the FLACS last night
    very cool
    sounds amazing would love to find the whole show

  19. gavinsdad Says:

    TAB tour first date is in charlottesville…obviously after the Trza blesses the other summer tour dates at the Red Light offices, no?

    do business in person….someone please post that animated video of mike and trey blowing up corans spot (and their own for that matter). that was one of the funniest things i’ve ever seen.

    good luck joe.

  20. EL Duderino Says:

    @AW

    What’s the date?

    I’ll poke around…

  21. Phamily Berzerker Says:

    Adub, I noticed that tarp farm and hoped to goodness that that was going one en masse, none of that tobacco crap.

  22. albert walker Says:

    here it is
    was looking for something fresh last night and spun it
    great stuff
    never had heard it before

    Grateful Dead
    November 13 1972
    Soldier’s and Sailor’s Memorial Hall
    Kansas City, Kansas

    A Dick Latvala DAT shared with for Dead Air’s 500th radio show, KXCI 91.3 FM Tucson.

    This source and many more to come provided graciously by Jim Blackwood, former Dead Air co-host. We believe it is Dick’s copy of Owsleys AUD. We know more of the AUD exists , but this is what Dick chose to share with KXCI. The song list is Dick’s and the tracking reflects this.

    DARK STAR > |22:03|
    PHILO STOMP> |10:13|
    MORNING DEW |11:24|

  23. albert walker Says:

    no cigs

    I’m allergic

  24. Phamily Berzerker Says:

    ^Positive

  25. EL Duderino Says:

    There are four AUD’s in circulation for that show. There are only AUD’s in circulation for this show. Two of them maybe the same source, but I’m not quite sure…they both say they’re from Bear/Owsley’s source…

    Here is the list of the sources in circulation:

    http://db.etree.org/lookup_show.php?shows_key=57684

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