Weekend Nuggets: A Holiday Potpourri

VIDEO OF THE WEEKEND:

“Crosseyed > Twist, Simple” 1.1.11 (mkdevo)

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Jams of the Weekend:

Farmhouse” 12.27.10 II

A gorgeous piece from the first night of the New Year’s Run in Worcester.

[audio:http://phishthoughts.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/ph2010-12-27t14.mp3]

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Reba” 1.1.11 I

Trey’s magnificent work carries this entire jam.

[audio:http://phishthoughts.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/ph2011-01-01t11.mp3]

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12.30.2010 - MSG (Graham Lucas)

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1,475 Responses to “Weekend Nuggets: A Holiday Potpourri”

  1. Kaveh Says:

    @nonoyolker – maybe you should know the whole story first before you are calling him a DBag.

    GO PACK!

  2. Robear Says:

    Robear and KfLizzle to Trey:

    ‘You owe us one for the Telly Tweez-balls’

  3. Jtran Says:

    Still on IT day 1 set III over here.

    All these segues are so smooth. Sounds like the type of music that only comes from a huge open air stage to these ears.

    Downloading 2/15/03 to hear that Ghost that kaya likes, then gonna spin KP’s 6/30/00 remaster.

  4. Jtran Says:

    poop, did you spin second night of the Island tour?

  5. sumodie Says:

    word on that ’95 Boise Theme -kinda freaked me out the other day as I was shoveling snow

    and that woosta 7 below is sublime -a serious 2010 highlight for me. Will compare the AUD version vs. SBD later today based on gp420’s nudging

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    more thanks to gp420 for bringing this compilation to my attention:

    “Can You Dig It? Music & Politics of Black Action Films: 1968-1975”
    http://www.souljazzrecords.co.uk/releases/?id=17107

    …also avail from Amazon

  6. Robear Says:

    that was a good one, Jtran. Whole weekend smoked until the chariots of fire shenanigans.

    need to dust off that 2/15/03 from the ole’ hard drive.

    kaveh, how did the tweezer fest treat you?

  7. sumodie Says:

    somehow I just rode the wave over that Telly Tweez blue baller -didn’t faze me at all (though it was far too short)

    got seriously blueballed by the AC Tweez though, ouch

  8. garretc Says:

    @gp420

    The symphony fantastique is dope! Enjoy!

  9. sumodie Says:

    jumped the gun, must sell my 2 tix @ Trey Albany, face n fees

    center Loge, row F (front center section in balcony)

  10. bouncin fan Says:

    didn’t get to it yet actually

    got that 2nd night island cued up on the phone today for dog walks and when I go out record shopping

    pretty stoked

  11. Robear Says:

    GP, prepare to order a bunch.

    ‘Tapas’ is latin for ‘small portions, over-priced’

  12. Jtran Says:

    Enjoy it

  13. KWL Says:

    look for me at noon on espn

    i’ll be the one in the orange shirt, about a half mile from the court

  14. gavinsdad Says:

    Bouncin – if you ever see any legit Misfits 12″ or 7″ vinyl (in VG+ or M condition) during your searches please grab it for me and i’ll pay you back.

  15. bouncin fan Says:

    sure no problem. punk from that era is pretty rare. I don’t think original pressings were pressed that much. especially in the midwest.

    I’ll def scoop up anything I see

  16. gavinsdad Says:

    does anyone else kind of bug out on how regular our regulars are on this board? even the non-daily, check in now-and-again regulars are pretty freaking regular. i did a count (dont ask, i have my ticky behavior) and realized that I’ve met 42 BB’ers. that is bonkers. and I suspect that there are a core of 100 regulars and probably another 50 or so peeps that poke their heads in here now and again. then there are the lurkers and casual Miner props-givers.

    how did this happen to me?

  17. gavinsdad Says:

    yeah @bouncin but you are out there in the crates and i’m messing with the kids during the weekend. so thanks for that. the earliest punk 7″s are all quite rare but Misfits have a ravenous collector base. the most rare stuff by them is already in the hands of collectors. you’ll probably end up seeing some of their later stuff (evillive, earth ad, legacy of brutality and die die my darling) more than the real good stuff but you also never know. couple of the earliest 7″s are worth between 1000-3000. pretty loco.

  18. bouncin fan Says:

    morning ice tubes of sour and Bob Marley Soul Rebels

    once again reminded

    the Scratch produced Marley is the only Marley

    fuck Chris Blackwell!

    such a sick production sound on the Lee Perry tracks.

  19. Jtran Says:

    @gd

    Was wondering how many “BBers” there really are. Your numbers seem pretty accurate to me.

    Pretty funny

  20. garretc Says:

    @gdad

    I think you just partly answered your question! This happened to you because this is the kinda place where you can ask someone to pick you up some vinyl for you in a completely different state…

    Simple really!

  21. vegas wolfmans Says:

    use of “potpourri” +5

  22. gavinsdad Says:

    i also like that someone in Oregon can casually chime in on my post…i’ve been on many other boards/forums on and off again. i like the stream of consciousness format here the best…and the fact that basically i’ve “known” most of the people on here for about 2 years. crazy.

    mmmmm….ice tubes….not this morning unfortunately…but i was hanging with the chemdawg last nite and he’s nasty.

  23. garretc Says:

    @gdad

    Well, in CA right now actually, for another week, but your point still stands!

    This is certainly not quite like any other comments section I’ve ever come across…

  24. William H. Bonney Says:

    @GD Misfits Fan? Cool, me too. Nothing like a Skulls/Astro Zombies to get the blood moving. I have the early Bad Religion on vinyl, no Misfits though. Will keep and eye for ya also, couple of old vinyl shops going out business in Tampa. Will try to stop by and see what they have left.

  25. William H. Bonney Says:

    http://www.tampabay.com/news/business/retail/tampa-music-institution-vinyl-fever-to-close-in-february/1142132

    One of the few old school shops left.

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