Ten Tunes For Friday

6.26.10 (Graham Lucas)

It’s Friday; and with a little time in between tours, the situation called for another installment of “Ten Tunes.” This week, new and old Phish jams are juxtaposed side by side in playlist that spans over a decade. Enjoy the weekend – but first, enjoy the selections below.


Wolfman’s > Piper” 10.30.09 II – With all the focus on Indio falling on the Exile and acoustic sets, this jam from the night before Halloween continues to fly under the radar. With a trip to the other side in “Wolfman’s” and an “I Just Wanna’ See His Face” jam in “Piper,” this segment is a true ’09 highlight.



Ghost” 9.8.00 I – On opening night of tour in Albany, Phish dropped this “Ghost” as the third song to kick off Fall 2000.



Tweezer > Theme” 6.18.10 Hartford II – This groove-laced “Tweezer” from Hartford during Summer’s first leg still gets plenty of play in my current rotation.



12.4.09 (G.Lucas)


Yamar” 7.25.98 I – While much of the focus falls on the second set from this Austin show, Phish took “Yamar” for a ride in the first half.



Timber” 6.24.10 I – Musical density at its finest – 2010 style.



Reba” 8.14.96 II – Before Hersheypark Stadium had a revamped sound system and rubberized dance floors, Phish still raged Chocolate City. In the band’s one stop between Deer Creek and The Clifford Ball, Phish played a wildly underrated show at Hershey that featured this gorgeous, first set “Reba.”



Antelope” 11.8.98 II – This dynamic “Antelope” punctuated a spirited Saturday night of rock and roll at UIC ’98.



Slave” 8.7.10 II – Capping this summer’s Greek run in style, this “Slave” concludes Friday’s Ten Tunes with similar majesty.

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538 Responses to “Ten Tunes For Friday”

  1. BrandonKayda Says:

    What’s up BB?

  2. RamblinOnMyMind Says:

    @Duke – pardon my ignorance, but i’m not sure about how many seeds. I use UTorrent, and right now under “seeds” it says “3 (4)” and under “peers” it says “2 (4)”. Don’t know what the parentheses mean, but I guess this means there are 3 or 4 seeding?

  3. DukeOfLizards Says:


    Bottom of page’d – that’s the right source. I’m checking out for now but will be seeding all night.

    Later folks.

  4. halcyon Says:

    Willowed @ T3….Awesome story today.

    Good Night BB

    KWL & Jdub

    Looking forward to catching up in Broomfield.

  5. Diron Baker Says:

    is this gratatious… i dunno.. but i REALLY want to buy Halloween tickets…
    my Pollock 1995 NYE T-shirt and Halloween 1995 too… is for sale …on eBay …right now!!!!

  6. BrandonKayda Says:

    Goodnight BB

  7. Mr.Miner Says:

    anyone know how to add artwork to an album in Itunes…noobish question, but I dont know

  8. voidboy Says:


    Under Advanced: “Get Album Artwork”
    This will add Artwork for tunes Itunes recognizes by “name”. As far as “custom adds”… hold on a sec…

  9. voidboy Says:


    For “Custom” artwork.

    Go to Itunes “FILE”. Select “GET INFO”… go to “ARTWORK” and select “ADD”.

    You may have already found this, but if not, this should work.

  10. sumodie Says:

    I use UTorrent, and right now under “seeds” it says “3 (4)” and under “peers” it says “2 (4)”. Don’t know what the parentheses mean, but I guess this means there are 3 or 4 seeding?

    I believe it means 3 out of a total 4 are actually seeding. The 4th has the torrent, but it is on stop/pause/computer turned off

    My question is , after I finish torrenting a file, do I move from being a peer to a seed?

    Anyway, I let my computer torrent all night, so 7-6-98 should be available

  11. voopa Says:

    The number in parentheses is the total number of seeds/peers. The number outside shows who you’re seeing.

  12. Selector J Says:

    Silverchair, ftMFw!

    11/22/97 Halley’s jam video

  13. kenny powers Says:

    i think i’m still drunk. haven’t stayed up till 4:00 in a looooong time. great little party. couple dudes busted out mandolin and guitars and the host of the party works for a local brewery and had the latest batch of their IPA on tap in the dude’s kitchen.

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