Weekend Nuggets: New Haven ’92


The first two nights of New Year’s Run ’92 took place in The Palace Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut – home of the best pizza in the nation. Before moving north to Springfield and Boston, Massachusetts, Phish blew up The Nutmeg State on their way to 1993. Enjoy the old school shows, and most importantly enjoy the weekend. Happy Mothers Day to all the mothers that make the world go ’round!


12.28.92 The Palace, New Haven, CT < Megaupload

12.28.92 The Palace, New Haven, CT < Torrent

I: Maze, Sparkle, Foam, Buried Alive > Glide, It’s Ice, Bouncing Around the Room, Rift, Golgi Apparatus, Sweet Adeline, Run Like an Antelope

II: Poor Heart, Split Open and Melt, Reba, The Sloth, You Enjoy Myself, The Lizards, Hold Your Head Up > Bike > Hold Your Head Up, Harry Hood, Cavern

E: Memories, Fire

Source: Schoeps CMC5/mk4 >Sonosax >DAP20


12.29.92 The Palace, New Haven, CT < Megaupload

12.29.92 The Palace, New Haven, CT < Torrent

I: Funky Bitch, Runaway Jim, Guelah Papyrus, Llama, My Friend, My Friend, The Divided Sky, Wilson, Uncle Pen, Stash, Tela, The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony > Suzy Greenberg

II: The Curtain > Tweezer, The Horse > Silent in the Morning, My Sweet One > Big Ball Jam, Fast Enough for You, All Things Reconsidered, Mike’s Song* > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove Hold Your Head Up > Terrapin > Hold Your Head Up, The Squirming Coil, Tweezer Reprise

E: Big Ball Jam, Carolina*, Rocky Top

Source: SBD > DAT > Cass/x, Patch Source Schoeps MK4/CMC5 > Sonosax SX-M2 > Sony D10 (FOB)
These tracks had to be patched with the FOB source due to a tape flip in Mike’s song, and the Carolina being absent from the SBD.


Jam of the Weekend:

Mikes > Hydrogen > Weekapaug” 6.10.95 II

Red Rocks. Mike’s Groove. 1995. Good stuff.




“Light” 12.2.09, MSG – Pt .1

“Light” 12.2.09, MSG – Pt .2

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408 Responses to “Weekend Nuggets: New Haven ’92”

  1. (Formally Known As) BrandonKayda Says:

    Exactly @Void

    That is what made Mersault such an interesting and “pure” character. In his general apathy towards modern society he managed to rebel against the standard beliefs of “you have to believe in a God”, you have to show emotion at funerals, etc etc.

    In doing this, he managed to achieve self-enlightenment, even if society sees him as an outcast or a heartless killer. He doesn’t care of what they think, he finally reaches happiness before his execution, and even hopes that the spectators will greet him with “cries of hate”. Brilliant.

  2. SillyWilly Says:


    sure, dude. Glad you liked it!

  3. SillyWilly Says:

    Hey, Robear

    Do you know anything about Mono Lake in CA?

    Im just reading a case where the California State Water Resources Control Board reduced the amount of water the City of Los Angeles could take from the lake by 87% until the lake rose by 16 feet. This was in 1994.

    Im wondering what the health of Mono Lake is now?

  4. voidboy Says:


    “cries of hate,” some pretty tough stuff… Glad you liked it.

    I was a big Nietzsche reader for a while… the “pursuit” of philosophy can be an interesting journey…

  5. (Formally Known As) BrandonKayda Says:

    I have never read any Nietzsche. If I remember right, he was one of the first existentialists correct? I guess I can add him onto the list of books I gotta read (or in this case, an author)

  6. Leo Weaver Says:

    @silly…a phishy in panic infested waters. I went to school in Athens, Ga. All my crew was big into panic. There was me and two or three other guys who were into Phish in my crew…and I opened the door for them. Shortly after really figuring it out, I found other folks around me who were into them as well…I just never really knew.

    Funny thing as I type this…Friday night Mrs. Weaver and I were at our local bar/deli/beerstore enjoying a nice night with a bunch of neighbors. I mentioned to one guy that we were going to the Charlotte show (just as a sidebar in another conversation). He and his wife both lit up and said “we are too. We went to Asheville too, did you?” Well holy shit…known these guys for about 5 years now and never knew they were into Phish. Looks like they’ll be joining our BB pre-game. Guess ya never know when or where they’ll turn up.

  7. SillyWilly Says:

    so much good stuff in philosophy…

    it doesnt have to be formal. just humans taking the time to sit down and try to put solid thoughts onto paper.

    i think is a wonderfully human endeavor.

    haha. Who am I? “a wonderfully human endeavor.” get outta here Silly.

    thanks for letting me nerd out, guys.

  8. (Formally Known As) BrandonKayda Says:

    It is very interesting stuff to me as well Silly. Thanks for all of the conversation lately, its definitely fun to discuss these things with one another.

  9. voidboy Says:

    I just dig “shootin’ the shit”… just an excuse to deconstruct the head a little bit. Always love that stuff… “Thus spoke Zarathustra” is where I would start with Nietzsche. An interesting read.

    Hey Silly… exactly.

  10. (Formally Known As) BrandonKayda Says:

    There is definitely something special about obtaining new knowledge and ideas, that’s for sure

  11. (Formally Known As) BrandonKayda Says:

    That CF setlist from last night looks fucking incredible

    Sun Guy->White Squall (OPENER)
    Jam->East African Bush
    Can’t You Hear Me Knocking->Dead Flowers->Can’t You Hear Me Knocking…whaa?

    I really hope this was taped. Holy shit

  12. voopa Says:


    In ’06 there was still 7 feet left to hit the goal at Mono Lake, but my understanding is that it is still rising, and still protected.

    The original vinyl of Wish You Were Here came with a postcard with a pic taken at Mono Lake.

  13. voidboy Says:

    Listening to Night 2 MSG 09 (12/3/09)… Tweezer opener is sweet…

  14. flarrdogg Says:

    Jeez- I just unpacked that fall ’97 torrent that has been floating around and started listening. Upgrades on pretty much every show except for the soundboards. Highly recommend. Whole tour available (18 GB), but you can select which shows you want to pull.


    Dig it.

  15. SillyWilly Says:


    awesome, man. thanks! thats really great to hear. we read a ton of cases where the environment gets shat on, so its good to see one lake is still protected.


    Did you read The Gay Science? I really liked that one, too

  16. jay Says:

    @chef – I lived in Knoxville from 1991-2004. Actually lived downtown in the old city for awhile.

  17. SillyWilly Says:


    been listening.

    Sounds like you guys are on fire right now.

    how are you feeling about it all?

  18. (Formally Known As) BrandonKayda Says:

    Have you seen the setlist from last night Silly? Incredible

    And yeah CF has definitely been on a roll, gotta love the new energy/creativity lately.

    Keep it up!!!

  19. voidboy Says:

    “Did you read The Gay Science? I really liked that one, too”

    No, I didn’t but I probably have it with my collection of stuff he’s done but have not yet read… sounds gay, though (just kidding).


    Good stuff? I’ll have to check it out… where to put 18gigs…. but I highly love 97′ this will be tough.

  20. garretc Says:

    Been listening to TAB 2/8/10 (the tour opener), for the first time in a couple months, and I forgot how much fun the music from that TAB tour was! How could anyone not dance to this music?!?

    Good stuff

  21. garretc Says:

    Woah, mindmeld with voidboy on the “good stuff”!

  22. voidboy Says:


  23. jay Says:

    anybody remember the link to that torrent posted here a little while ago that had all of the dead.net streams (before they shut off the download option) 36 shows, like 8 gigs I think?

  24. SillyWilly Says:

    Yeah check it out, void.

    I think you’ll dig it.

    and yeah, BK, these setlists are looking money

  25. ChefBradford Says:

    cool, Jay, I was born in Knoxville but moved when I was an infant. Grew up in the other end of the state, small towns, went to U-Memphis for a year, moved down to Louisiana

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