Shots of Sunday

6.13.10 - Hersheypark Stadium (Matt Wagner)


6.13.10 (M.Wagner)


6.13.10 (M.Wagner)


6.13.10 (M.Wagner)

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1,547 Responses to “Shots of Sunday”

  1. Mitch Says:

    maybe they will save the tweeprize for next sunday

  2. kayatosh Says:

    we know it’s out there, mitch.

  3. BrandonKayda Says:

    Trey is tearing this First Tube to shreds!!!!

  4. DaNcInG fOoL Says:

    what time do the boards usually go up? i wanna set an alarm so i can dowload this show tonight and have it ready for work tomorrow morn

  5. [An Unrelated] Wilson Says:

    looks like it was damn near a Throw Down tonight.

  6. Mitch Says:

    wow first tube ending. holy cow sports fans

  7. kayatosh Says:

    to all you patient stream heads: thanks for the first impressions.

    should make for some interesting listening tomorrow.

  8. Halden Says:


    Boards are usually on LP within the hour

  9. BrandonKayda Says:

    Set One:

    Kill Devil Falls
    Slave To The Traffic Light
    Lawn Boy
    Poor Heart
    AC/DC Bag
    The Moma Dance >
    My Friend My Friend
    Cold Water (Tom Waits)
    Bathtub Gin
    Stealing Time From The Faulty Plan

    Set Two:

    Wilson >
    Seven Below
    46 Days >
    Also Sprach Zarathustra >
    Simple >
    Theme From The Bottom >
    A Day In The Life


    Heavy Things
    First Tube

    Very interesting looking set, I cannot wait to hear the SBDs to give this one a proper listen. There were a lot of highlights in this show, regardless of how the setlist was arranged. Definitely an original show. I’ll take it

  10. DaNcInG fOoL Says:

    better question. what time are the boards usually up on demonoid?

  11. DaNcInG fOoL Says:

    ah nvmd demonoid is usuallly not till next day. ok goodnight all

  12. kayatosh Says:

    that’s a boat load o’ tunes

  13. angryjoggerz Says:

    MFMF was a beast

  14. cal Says:

    Sure looks like a crazy show. G’night everybody!

  15. oneshowatatime Says:

    anyone else notice that the setlist on is missing a bunch of songs? kinda strange, considering they bothered to include the house music they played before the show and at set break…

  16. oneshowatatime Says:

    BrandonKayda Says:
    June 15th, 2010 at 8:16 pm
    Trey is tearing this First Tube to shreds!!!!

    Mitch Says:
    June 15th, 2010 at 8:17 pm
    wow first tube ending. holy cow sports fans


  17. BrandonKayda Says:

    From the stream I can already tell there were interesting little bits in every jam all night. Regardless of length, there were interesting sections all over the place tonight (KDF, Slave, Bathtub Gin, 46 Days (EVIL)->Idea (funky clav jam), 2001->Simple, Theme, First Tube)

    I’m pretty sure that a proper listen to this show would prove that it was a rager front to back, for the most part. HIGH energy first set (Tube opener?! Come on…), with some great little atypical jams in some spots (AC/DC Bag, Gin), and a long, unorthodox second set which included a few deep jams (46 Days, Simple), a new tune (Idea), and just overall high energy and unexpected songs all over the place. Top that off with a Tube opener->First Tube closer, and you’ve got a great show.

    Now I know the SBDs aren’t out yet, so even I can’t really confirm that the show was a rager (although the setlist follows my theory), but I think what might have happened here with this second set was that I kept expecting a big jam somewhere, and when there weren’t any super-long jams I guess I panicked a little bit (haha) and forgot to pay attention to what was actually going on (very stupid thing to do). So yeah any negative thoughts I had about this show were kind of pointless now, especially pointless considering I’m writing this seriously like 30mins after the show.

    I’m probably over-reacting, and this post does feel pretty pointless, but I just wanted to put it out there that when the dust settled, I think that this show was great, and I am sure the SBDs will prove my theory. Setlist doesn’t really mean anything, and if anything here it looks interesting, second set especially, but I overall cannot wait to hear this show, because from the looks of it it was a monster. nTelos got a rager tonight

    Sorry for taking up half the bandwidth of the site rambling about a show I didn’t attend. Goodnight everybody, can’t wait to hear this one tomorrow.

  18. Mitch Says:

    ^ 😯

  19. BrandonKayda Says:

    Ignore that post ^^^

    I don’t know why I write these things llfa 😉

  20. Phish...Yup Says:

    Quite the ramble right there. Phish does that

  21. BTB Says:

    what’s funny is the band puts about .001 of the analysis into a show as we do. They probably analyze in practice but are now currently worrying about who has the better hand in poker while kicking it in Fish’s tour bus…

    Bk – keep up the phishthoughts, its all good.

    Any word on if Robear got any post show lunch meats?

  22. Uncle Jam Says:

    I would be more than pleased to get that setlist. Looks like one of the best, most unique, “phishy,” setlists of 3.0.

  23. [An Unrelated] Wilson Says:

    “ignore that post”


  24. zzyzx Says:

    First set == WHEEEEEEEEE esp the Slave and Gin

    Second set == Huh? The -7 was especially bad but the Taste was interesting.

  25. m00nshaake Says:

    Just left the parking lott at nTelos. That was the most danceable, high energy Phish show I’ve been to since their return. It was more fun than any night at MSG, imho and the First Tube was just as if not more high energy than the one at MSG, too. I danced so hard tonight. I’m sure the setlist doesnt’t look like a hose down to someone who wasn’t there, but trust me, when the SBDs come out prepare for blast off.

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