Weekend Nuggets: Reader Requests ’94

DOWNLOADS OF THE WEEKEND:

4.15.94 Beacon Theatre, NYC, NY < Torrent

4.15.94 Beacon Theatre, NYC, NY < Megaupload

The Beacon - NYC

This one goes out to Mr. Palmer!

I: Llama, Guelah Papyrus, Paul and Silas, Harry Hood, Wilson, Chalk Dust Torture, Bouncing Around the Room, It’s Ice, Down with Disease

II: Maze, If I Could, The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony > Suzy Greenberg*, The Landlady*, Julius*, Wolfman’s Brother* > Alumni Blues**, I Wanna Be Like You* > Hold Your Head Up*, Cavern*

E: Magilla*, Amazing Grace

* w/ Giant Country Horns (Carl “Geerz” Gerhard on trumpet, Dave “The Truth” Grippo on alto sax, Chris Peterman on tenor sax, Mike Gallick on baritone sax, Don Glasgo on trombone, and Joey Sommerville on trumpet)

** w/  Giant Country Horns, unfinished

Source: (DFOB) Schoeps CMC5+MK4 > Sonosax > AD1000 > D10

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11.25.94 UIC Pavilion, Chicago, IL < Torrent

11.25.94 UIC Pavilion, Chicago, IL < Megaupload

UIC Pavilion - Chicago

Phish’s second visit to UIC goes out to Sven!

I: Llama, Guelah Papyrus, Reba, Bouncing Around the Room, Split Open and Melt, Esther, Julius, Golgi Apparatus

II: 2001 > Mike’s Song > Simple > Harpua, Weekapaug Groove > The Mango Song, Purple Rain, Hold Your Head Up, Run Like an Antelope

E: Good Times Bad Times

Source: AKG 480

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Jam of the Weekend:

YEM > Izabella” 7.26.97 I

[audio:http://phishthoughts.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/ph97-07-26d1t08.mp3,http://phishthoughts.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/ph97-07-26d1t09.mp3]

Who needs vocal jams? This groove just keeps moving with Bob Gulotti on drums.

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VIDEOS OF THE WEEKEND:

“Gotta Jibboo” 5.23.00 Roseland, NYC

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“Stash” 12.30.94 MSG, NYC

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783 Responses to “Weekend Nuggets: Reader Requests ’94”

  1. Marshall Says:

    Watching that stash video reminds that every t-shirt I owned in 1994 was an XL; you couldn’t see my elbows a lot of the time.

  2. Robear Says:

    llfa @ Neemor’s lip therapy.

    t-shirts with a big leaf

    The words:

    “The ‘bane of my existence”

    Marshall, I do have a fourth I forgot about. Leo, I got yours. I slacked a bit on the winter garden. Some greens, broccoli and cauliflower on a small scale. Was at Indio instead of planting garlic. Slacktafari

    lastwaltzer, my bro in question works so much while the shows going, he barely gets to sit and watch the music. He’s also been to 100’s of shows. I love it when something really catches his attention.

  3. Leo Weaver Says:

    that’s right Waltzer…fuck the visine. My eye doctor told me it’s not good with the contacts anyway.

  4. Robear Says:

    ‘Boogie on’ from Miami is the sickness.

  5. Robear Says:

    People would start to wonder what was wrong if they saw me in public with clear eyes.

  6. Marshall Says:

    BoogieLope has replaced Antelope for me; i just can’t go back to the standard version now.

  7. Marshall Says:

    @ Miner – 1000+ posts yesterday and there’s no tour in sight. Are you making plans for how to deal with the 4000+ posts you’re likely to be getting come Summer ’10?

  8. Marshall Says:

    In other words, can we expect a BB2.0 anytime this year?

  9. KWL Says:

    what up, y’all. It’s a 2-17-97 and 6-14-00 kind of day today. Beautiful sun up here in these mountains, taking it way out there.

  10. Marshall Says:

    Maybe to include a BB music manager/player, a BB browser, a BB email/chat client, a BB marketplace, etc.?

  11. Leo Weaver Says:

    me too roabear 😉

    @marshall…I’m thinking the same thing. I was pretty impressed with 1000 posts on a non-tour Friday

  12. Leo Weaver Says:

    OK…see you fellas later. gotta go ‘walk the dog’ and run some other errands.

  13. Marshall Says:

    Seriously, he may need to hire a staff eventually. IPO in 2012.

  14. gavinsdad Says:

    never once employed the visine.

  15. joe Says:

    maybe we will all discover the great outdoors by then Marshall and stop typing so much.

  16. Robear Says:

    Marshall, ‘boogielope’ is uNREAL.

    flawless, effortless. is it ’94?

  17. neemor Says:

    “BoogieLope has replaced Antelope for me; i just can’t go back to the standard version now.”

    Huh.
    It was definitely a nice version.
    Sweet segue.
    But for me, there’s always something magical about the stand alone, opening notes of Antelope.

  18. Marshall Says:

    Yeah, that’s a good idea too – how can I post to the board without having to type? Way to go Joe!

    And blackboard maps. Awesome!

    😉

  19. lastwaltzer Says:

    @robear

    If they bring back Golden Age that jam out of it has the potential to explode. Not that the Albany one didn’t but the euphoria is just built into that song. Kind of reminds me of “music never stopped” lyrically.

  20. Jkzen Says:

    Ah fall ’94. 5 of us packed in a 1985 Buick Regal. Melted faces, scary excursions, bluegrass. I hope no one got sick on the veggie burritos we made using a found piece of plywood as our cutting board.

  21. Marshall Says:

    @ Neem – I’ll take full throttle boogie’lope as an alternate mix then, to be played on odd days of the week.

  22. neemor Says:

    I wrote this last night, felt that for me, Robear should see it:

    Portland ‘lope.
    Like a warm afghan over my legs on a wintry night.

    I was standing with Robear, sweating over the setlist and smiling to fill the room when the opening notes of this Antelope sprung to life.
    I nodded at him quickly, knowingly, smiled and he urged me with a gentle, “go”….
    I ran off into the crowd.

  23. neemor Says:

    “@ Neem – I’ll take full throttle boogie’lope as an alternate mix then, to be played on odd days of the week.”

    ^Dig it

  24. lastwaltzer Says:

    The Miami boopielope was good for a one off and showed creativity, but nothing beats the full on Anetlope the one I got in Philly was the possibly the shows highlight.

  25. halcyon Says:

    robear … My wife teaches kindergarten. If you have specifics you want me to pass on to her let me know.

    s m dot wander at g mail dot com

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