Weekend Nuggets: Potpourri

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5.8.94 The Backyard, Bee Cave, TX < Megaupload

11.18.09 (M.Stein)

The night after The Bomb Factory, Phish dropped this little known show in a little known town. Significant versions of “Stash” and “Antelope” and “YEM” highlight the “night after”.

I: Runaway Jim, Foam, Axilla (Part II), Rift, Down with Disease, Bouncing Around the Room, Stash, The Squirming Coil

II: Also Sprach Zarathustra > Run Like an Antelope, It’s Ice, Fee, Julius, Cavern, You Enjoy Myself > Halley’s Comet* > Good Times Bad Times

E: Sweet Adeline, Golgi Apparatus

*segued out of the YEM vocal jam.

Source: Unknown

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Jam of the Weekend:

The Curtain > Free” 7.31.98 II

A classic relic of Summer ’98 on a gorgeous sunny afternoon.

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VIDEO OF THE WEEKEND:

“Black-Eyed Katy” 12.5.97 – Cleveland, OH

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370 Responses to “Weekend Nuggets: Potpourri”

  1. stitchstash Says:

    @ Mr. Palmer- It was definitely a pleasant surprise to hear the song. It was on the Cartoon Network not in theatres though. The movie came equipped with commercials and all. I watched Scooby Doo as a child. I like that it’s still a kid favorite.

  2. kayatosh Says:

    “Speaking of Shaggy and dogs……. ” –> scooby doo

    ^^^^^^best segue of the day

  3. Mr.Palmer Says:

    Even better, Stitch. Save some money not going to the theatre. It can get quite expensive with a few kids in tow. I’ll have to look it up later on the CN. Thanks

  4. stitchstash Says:

    It is strange that the movie was on today with the conversation taking place on here.

    The movies for a family are expensive! Take the kids to the Drive-In if you can. It is much more affordable.

  5. (Formally Known As) BrandonKayda Says:

    I just went on a walk and listened to:

    The 11.26.94 Bowie (37mins)
    The 7/25/03 Hood (30mins)

    That Bowie is the essence of Dissonant, frightning Phish. – They even return to the theme at the end! Incredible incredible incredible

    The Raleigh Hood from 03′ was a nice comedown after that monster Bowie. It was very peaceful and ambient, easy to doze off to (in a good way)

    That was a great way to spend an hour outside. I’m now going out to eat. Great day today’

    Later BB!

  6. ChefBradford Says:

    Phish, in Scooby Doo? Excellent. My family knows, of course, that I love Phish. My oldest sister, who is not a head, and only has a passing acquaintance with Phish, played the Billy Breathes album for her belly when she was pregnant with my nephew, who now loves Scooby.

    My other sister’s kid, my niece, loves Scooby, too. She calls it Dabba Dabba Doo

    I think my family’s best genes went into those two kids

  7. halcyon Says:

    Anyone here listen to Phoenix? I haven’t stopped listening to their album “Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix” this weekend. Good pop-rock.

    Finished 7-22-97 earlier. Great show. It seemed like they borked DWD for a minute, but the show is a fun listen.

  8. William H. Bonney Says:

    Phish 3-d…:( Other than the stones songs not that great of performances. Why not open the Movie with PARTY TIME? Editing was choppy, acoustic set ‘meh, bad song choices. The curtain was killer, Stones stuff was great. Tweezer>Maze was good…Just after fall run that tweezer does not hold up very well…Hope the DVD is just the whole run ala Clifford Ball.

  9. (Formally Known As) BrandonKayda Says:

    There’s a lick in the Albany Ghost around the 10:30 mark, that Trey has played in nearly every jam of 2009. Check it out

  10. ChefBradford Says:

    BK, it’d be much easier to check that out if you posted some other jam time-frames from some of the other shows in which it may have appeared

  11. gavinsdad Says:

    this is what is beautiful:

    BEK from worcester 11/28/97 (part of phish destroys america mix).

    just so tasty.

    hope you’re all having a pleasant evening. phils offense put on an amazing show tonite!

  12. gavinsdad Says:

    ps: love it when the women on the BB show up to chat. they definitely hold it down and we definitely need more of em. chalkdustin where you at? FTTub?

    pss: 100% serious thirdage on that “Let It Rain” call. posterkid – if you’re lurking, make a note. that would be a sick bust.

  13. gavinsdad Says:

    ok ok ok i’ll go to bed. but this first.

    the date for phish on Fallon is May 13. would be tight if that added the Roots horns. No Sharon J as she’s in ATL that nite.

    g’nite yallz

  14. ChefBradford Says:

    It’s not going to happen, but Phish should be the house band that week (it’s Exile week or something, right?), with the Roots supplementing

  15. butter Says:

    just got back from PH3d in Petaluma, CA.

    me a and wife walked out during second tune, Stealing Time and went and ate Italian. Mike’s nose was in play big time in 3d. I don’t need to see close ups of the boys during AC/DC bag and Stealing Time.

    Great Beet salad and Saltimboca, good Itialian Red wine> Train Song

    Exile stuff was badd ass. Looking at the stage became a lot cooler since we were no looking at a 1 time stage set up.

    Exile was one big soul locomotive. The Shine a Light was heavenly.
    Loving Cup was and all time version.

    Suzy was absolutely slayed, as i said right after the show.

    Could have had much more burble, palm trees , torches.

    There was a sign on our theatre door that said Drinking or Puffing and we will drag you out and call the police.

    i could see how it would be much more fun if you could puff in the theatre.

    Overall pretty cool concept. Kinda designed to experience Phish in the first row. Trey seemed happy as shit during all the performances.

  16. Mr.Miner Says:

    Just got back from 3D in Fairfax. Loved it.

  17. Mr.Miner Says:

    dont get the dislike for the movie. it gives you an intimate portrait of the band onstage. Not sure about you, but I don’t see that stuff at a show…

  18. Selector J Says:

    Phish 3D was greatness. Like a video mixtape of Indio… in 3D! Admittedly, though the 3D was jaw dropping at first (whoa! Fish’s kit is in my lap!) but by the end the gag had me worn out. Still, I’m glad it was 3D. Push the envelope. Very phishy.

    My wife and I had a blast… and we were the stick-in-the-muds sitting down and laughing at the applauders and dancers.

    I love how that Suzy just kept going and going… It’s like Trey said to himself, “How long can we do this song before Sharon, Saundra, and the horn players get annoyed?” He was loving life for that one.

    One big takeaway: Undermind guitar solos can be freaky good. Trey went berserk with the brainbender notes. Gonna have to relisten to a bunch of Underminds now.

  19. Henrythetoad Says:

    Loved phish 3d! i want to see it 10 more times this week. my highlights were mike’s, tweezer, wilson, strange design,loving cup, suzi

  20. Henrythetoad Says:

    i saw it in milford on sunday

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