A Thursday In March

Red Rocks '09 (Photo:Jeff Kravitz)


Jam of the Day:

Split Open and Melt” 7.3.94 II

Some Summer ’94 face-meltage from Old Orchard Beach’s July “4th” celebration.




8.2.98 Deer Creek, Noblesville, IN < Torrent

8.2.98 Deer Creek, Noblesville, IN < Megaupload

Deer Creek (Unknown)

Continuing our virtual tour of this summer’s sheds, here we have the first night of Deer Creek ’98. This show is undoubtedly highlighted by the second set segment, “Ghost > Lifeboy, Bowie.”

I: Roggae, The Divided Sky, The Horse > Silent in the Morning,  Boogie On Reggae Woman, Reba, Weigh, Too Much of Everything, Birds of a Feather

II: Possum, Ghost > Lifeboy, David Bowie, I Get a Kick Out of You*, Loving Cup

E: Harry Hood, Bittersweet Motel


Source: Schoeps CMC641 > Lunatec V2 > Apogee AD-1000 > D7 @ 48kHz

735 Responses to “A Thursday In March”

  1. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    yeah, marshall, let’s go with 10.30.09 set II. I want to get into that Wolfman’s>Piper goodness…

  2. EL Duderino Says:

    A wheel is a lot of fucking cheese Mr. C

  3. Chuck D Says:

    “I have kind of a defeatist attitude today regarding PTBM.”

    i have the oddest ebbs and flows of confidence regarding getting the tix i want… yesterday was a downer day, today I’m feeling good! I rarely have these “emotional” swings about something so out of my control, but I need to keep these positive vibrations through Wednesday! :::spins and throws finger in air:::

  4. DukeOfLizards Says:

    can’t take credit for it, actually pretty sure miner had it up here circa the MSG run.

    that being said, IEMSG for sure.

  5. Marshall Says:

    droppin’ 10/30 set II right now

  6. marcoesq Says:


    So you have to spend $20 AND go to Revere just to get the poster?? Thats a tough one kid

  7. Mr. Completely Says:

    not an abstract thing here

    people’s livelihoods, friends of mine

    very few gettin rich

    most making workman’s wages when you spread it out over time, with all the ups and downs

    absolutely I am 1000% pro legalization but to think these guys have been taking advantage somehow is ridiculous

    they are warriors in the revolution, what have you done?

  8. EL Duderino Says:

    :::spins and throws finger in air:::

    Ok MJ


  9. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    done and done, marshall! love these SBDs…

  10. marcoesq Says:


    I’ll join in…LETS GO!!!

  11. EL Duderino Says:

    @ marshall

    You have the 24/96 HD files from that run???

    I got ’em if you need them…

  12. Mr. Completely Says:

    sorry man, didn’t mean to harsh out

    growing, transporting and selling ganja is a revolutionary political activity as far as I am concerned

    I was raised with that outlook, literally from the time I was 5

    to me growers are heroes

    same with chemists

  13. butter Says:

    meant to jump on the ballot initiative yesterday Mr. C

    but didn’t have time

    I have spoken with a guy in the middle of the political/medical marijuana forefront here in California

    he doesn’t really think it will pass

    while approval is well over 50%, it needs to be well over 60% to actually pass

    not to mention what the Prison Guards Union campaign well be come summer

  14. marcoesq Says:

    ughh…this sounds kinda crunchy TIII

    havent listened to these 8 boards in a while

    I’m sure I’ll warm up, I’ve been spinning AUD’s all week

  15. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    I see growing like brewing or other ‘craft’ arts (including cheese making!). yeah, anyone can do it, but like Mr. C says it takes someone with skill to get it right consistently. I have always envisioned that the next iteration of big tobacco will be them selling weed, with pricing being dependent on strain and cultivation. (like, you can get a pack of Marlboro Ditchies for $10 – probably more realistically – or step up to the Camel Headband for a lot more. something like that…)
    not saying I want there to be a “Big Ganja” but if legalization happens, you know this is inevitable…

    friend of a friend opened a cheese biz in Port Townsend, WA a few years ago. amazing cheese, more amazing prices. people will pay a lot for moldy milk!

  16. Mr. Completely Says:

    again, the dickish tone was uncalled for

    I regret it

    think my point is valid tho

  17. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    yeah, but compared to most boards we have been getting the *8* ones are pretty nice.

  18. neemor Says:

    Are CTB and Weekapaug the only PH tunes named after highway signs?

  19. Mr. Palmer Says:

    Unlike your hair Mr.C

  20. Mr. Completely Says:

    interesting butter

    I keep hearing both ways

    I think there is a chance but it’s far from a done deal

    definitely those fucking prison guards will have their say, that’s some evil shit right there

    if it doesn’t happen this time, with the recession, the window will close for awhile, definitely

  21. marcoesq Says:


  22. She Divides Says:

    a page of posts was invisible to me for a while…so delayed responses here:
    @marco–yep I’m in DC…that’s right–if they don’t want to have a great time at an amazing concert, why let it hold us back?!

    I’m pushing for Jones Beach, b/c it’s the only August shows we could realistically do (unless we win tix to Telluride, but I don’t consider that realistic.)

  23. kenny powers Says:

    i think Waltzer may be misunderstanding C – he’s not saying his friends think it would be better for it to remain illegal and people getting incarcerated just so they can continue to profit…moreover they’re just freaked out because their livelihood may be about to disappear/dilute.

    Sure, they can find a “real” job, but so can anyone else who’s being threatened with a layoff in their “real” job. It’s scary either way.

  24. Mr. Completely Says:

    alright I gotta go get lunch then work

  25. butter Says:

    your point is valid C

    i am with you

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