Pre-Tour SBD Nuggets Emerge

12.31.09 (W.Rogell)

Yesterday, some choice soundboard selections have leaked from Phish’s vault onto the Internet. Hidden Track and YEMblog have been the messenger pigeons of great tidings on the cusp of tour, providing the community with some crispy goodness for the road this summer. Yesterday, YEMBlog unveiled a Pre-FM source of Kevin Shapiro’s “From the Archives” show from Bonnaroo last summer. Included in the first broadcast, offered in FLAC and mp3,  are such monumental musical moments as The Radio City “Ghost,” Big Cypress’ “After Midnight Reprise,” and The Fox Theatre “Tweezer” from November ’94. All in never before heard clarity – these three jams will get plenty of airtime this summer in cars and hotel rooms across the county. A track listing is below.

“From the Archives – Broadcast One” – 6.12.09 – Manchester, TN

1. Destiny Unbound (5/31/2009 @ Fenway Park, Boston, MA)
2. Born Under Punches (10/31/1996 @ The Omni, Atlanta, GA)
3. Sabotage (8/16/1998 @ The Lemonwheel, Limestone, ME)
4. Ghost (5/22/2000 @ Radio City Music Hall, New York, NY)
5. Lengthwise (11/19/1992 @ St. Michael’s, Colchester, VT)
6. Sneakin’ Sally (9/28/1999 @ Oak Mountain, Pelham, AL)
7. Tweezer (11/23/1994 @ Fox Theatre, St. Louis, MO)
8. Llama (10/18/1994 @ Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN)
9. After Midnight (12/31/1999 @ Big Cypress)
10. Born to Run (7/16/1999 @ PNC Bank Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ)

And as if that wasn’t enough, hours later, Hidden Track posted a just-leaked  SBD of part one my personal favorite Phish2k sequences – Merriweather’s “Theme > Dog Log” from September 17th. 256 kbps mp3s of this this swanky segue were included as a recent promotion from Ticketfly for purchasing tickets for this summer’s Merriweather shows. The bittersweet detail to this “release” is the glaring absence of the transcendent ‘Rock and Roll” that opened the set and led into “Theme.” Most likely lopped off for liscencing purposes, the second two-thirds of this standout segment is still a treat. Hidden Track also noted:

Also of note is the album title in the tags associated with the file which reads “Past Summer Compilation (5/11/2010 v2)” and it’s listed as track 11 of 12. Hopefully we’ll get to hear the other 11 tracks soon!

Check out the original post for more details.

Big ups to Scotty B. and his crew for getting these  choice cuts out to the people!

Three more days…


SBD Update: In addition , Hidden Track has updated their post with the following leaked SBDs. All are labeled as part of the mysterious “Past Summer Compilation.” Good stuff all around. Links are below

6.20.95 “Spock’s Brain” @ Blossom (“right click, save as”)

9.15.00 “Tube” @ Hershey Park Stadium

7.3.00 “Runaway Jim” @ Camden

7.1.00 “Bug” @ Hartford (“right click, save as”)

8.11.09 “Number Line > Carini” @ Toyota Park


Jam of the Day:

46 Days” 8.15.09 II

Continuing our tour of shining moments from last year.




1995.06.07 BSU PAvilion. Boise, ID < Torrent

1995.06.07 BSU Pavilion, Boise, ID <Megaupload

Summer '95 T-Shirt

The first show of Summer ’95.

I: Possum, Weigh, Taste*, Strange Design, Stash, If I Could, Scent of a Mule, The Wedge, Funky Bitch, Slave to the Traffic Light

II: Ha Ha Ha > Maze, Spock’s Brain, Theme From the Bottom, Hold Your Head Up > Lonesome Cowboy Bill > Hold Your Head Up, Acoustic Army*, Sample in a Jar, Harry Hood, Suzy Greenberg

E: While My Guitar Gently Weeps


Source: AKG 398s > OADE M118 > Sony SBM-1 > Sony D7


1,014 Responses to “Pre-Tour SBD Nuggets Emerge”

  1. El Duderino Says:

    An eighter lasts 4 weeks now.

    Used to be 7-8 days

  2. bouncin fan Says:

    Chicago is flooded now dude

    All indoor cali

  3. Mr. Completely Says:

    NC grows tons of the dank. Has for generations. Asheville area is famous but they’ve been growing red haired sativas in the piedmont since the late 60s at least. Flies under the radar but a huge underground economy in that state. A lot of it is actually good ol’ boys whose families used to moonshine, they have the backwoods locations and distribution networks in place going back to the 20s and 30s

  4. Lycanthropist Says:

    dry as the dustbowl here 🙁

  5. whole tour! Says:

    rcmh 2000 ghost = straight groove fest. Solid hardcore knock your jaw out groove.

  6. El Duderino Says:

    @ AW

    That’s cool.

    I do like indoor bud

  7. Mr. Completely Says:

    sorry to hear that lycan

  8. El Duderino Says:

    @ Mr. C.

    So… I bet Appalachian State has some great herbs in town then???

  9. Lycanthropist Says:

    yeh its a bummer..

    hopin that the tides turn soon..

    me and the missus are going a little crazy

  10. bouncin fan Says:

    Me and the girl try ti not go over a halfer a week

    Tough with 4 lungs and social puffing

  11. ChefBradford Says:

    El Dude, yes sir, I was going to wait til Thurs/Fri to mail it, that way it hits your new addy for sure. I can do it tomorrow if you’d rather though, whatver.

    Lycan, 8) on getting me blazed, it’s all good

    Saturday, no can do. Three of my guys are gone for the weekend, one of them to Bonnaroo, so we’re having to cover for all of them

  12. kayatosh Says:

    always got premium dank when lived in NC. franklin county purple green muffins.

  13. Mr. Completely Says:

    I seriously actually used to know a Chatham County grower named “Tater”

    if that doesn’t explain the situation nothing will

  14. Lycanthropist Says:

    damn that sucks Chef

    always next time i guess

  15. bouncin fan Says:

    They just don’t get shit for it out there so its all goin east

    Chi is one of the first big cities

    Makes sense

  16. Lycanthropist Says:


    I can count at least 3 people that go by “Tater” down here.

  17. whole tour! Says:

    prices in cali are actually dropping!

  18. El Duderino Says:

    @ Chef

    No man. That’s cool. I was just wonderin’ if we’re still on. that’s all.

    You signed up for the Brews and Q’s???

  19. bouncin fan Says:

    Dropping hard for chunks

  20. Mr. Completely Says:

    I don’t think it’s blowing any secrets (considering it was in High Times almost every month) to say that the Asheville/Boone area has been plentiful for quite some time. It’s a distro center for all the Appalachian backwoods growers, of which there are many. In my day it was famous for purple indica delivered in mason jars, 1 oz per.

    Never was part of the Appalachian State scene but I had tour family in Boone and went to the Black Mountain festival several years in a row, been a long time though…

  21. El Duderino Says:

    Charlotte is 3 hours from ATL which is the huge stop headed north for a lot of things. I’m in a good location for treats me thinks.

  22. Mr. Completely Says:

    prices through the floor on the west coast except for people making bank off the brothers in Cali, shit that hits the hoods is highly taxed but that business comes with baggage both real and imagined so it’s kind of a specialty gig I think

  23. Lycanthropist Says:

    speaking of NC

    I am gonna be there for the week of 7/23-7/30

    if anyone wants to do a meet up.

  24. Mr. Completely Says:

    well maybe not prices through the floor at normal retail level, I don’t know

    I’m a custy but I haven’t bought less than a zip in many years

    at that level and higher it’s the lowest in ages and ages now

  25. El Duderino Says:

    @ Mr. C

    I have not hit Boone yet since moving down here. It’s been onlt Raleigh to Charlotte. Charlotte to Raleigh. 🙁

    It’s so pretty down here I really want to start exploring my new state more. Getting into hiking big time now since my knee can’t take running for exercise anymore.

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