Humpday Hiatus

12.30.2010 - MSG (Graham Lucas)

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Jam of the Day:

Disease > Free” 8.5.10 II

A dark horse highlight from The Greek’s opening night that was buried in the jams of the following two.

[audio:http://phishthoughts.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/ph2010-08-05t11.mp3,http://phishthoughts.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/ph2010-08-05t12.mp3]

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DOWNLOAD OF THE DAY:

7.2.1994 Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ

FLAC Torrent (via etree), Mp3 Torrent, Megaupload < Links

This classic from Summer ’94 is dedicated to “tha illness.” ‘Nuff said.

PNC Bank / Garden State A.C.

I: Golgi Apparatus, The Divided Sky, Guelah Papyrus, Fast Enough for You, Scent of a Mule, Tweezer -> Lifeboy, Sparkle, Tweezer Reprise

II: Also Sprach Zarathustra > Mike’s Song > Simple > Mike’s Song >Yerushalayim Shel Zahav > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters, Maze, Sample in a Jar, Slave to the Traffic Light, Highway to Hell

E: Rift

Source: Schoeps mk4

884 Responses to “Humpday Hiatus”

  1. sumodie Says:

    @neemsbane: i did the math so now I’m grooving with 3 TB’s of music on my HDs

    corporations are STILL pushing mp3s long past their techno lifespan because they know down the road they can re-sell the same music as lossless to consumers. I’m not going to play that game

  2. mitch Says:

    the maybe being how long can i look in a non air conditioned shed for a record player in all my old junk before i give up from heat exhaustion. remember deer creek last year?

    —–

    did not compute cds as being 16 bit. so how are they putting 24 bit versions of that stuff then?

  3. willowed Says:

    freakin handle lossed again

  4. neemsbane. Says:

    thats why you borrow your mp3s for now and pay for HD down the road. its been years in the making.

    napster, morpheus, lime wire, oink, d e m o n, then they figure a way where we pay for the good stuff somehow.

  5. SillyWilly Says:

    damn, mitch.

    that was super nice of you.

    It’s definitely AW’s set up that got me jonesin for starting my own collection.

    I hope you get to visit AW’s crib, Mitch. just seeing his collection is worth it…then there’s the bane…

  6. willowed Says:

    They always have a few big wins a year. They always beat UConn once a year

  7. joechip Says:

    Got my last post bottom paged, but here’s the story on the disastrous barn fire that’s the reason for the reported Feb 3 benefit at Higher Ground that Page and Fish are supposed to be a part of.
    http://www.petesgreens.com/Fire.html

  8. jdub Says:

    Trey at Oakdale smoked for sure, particularly Love is Freedom>Simple Rwist Up Dave. My wife loved it as well, more so than Phish in Hartford this summer. Speaking of which, I might have to get the kids to my parents house that night and get a rare night out with the misus.

  9. mitch Says:

    np silly, its a starter turntable for sure but it got me off my feet. got it from an old head who ran a kinda dead lot turned store type of deal. id always go in there and buy stuff just so i knew he’d have a little money. name was dharma emporium.

    i’ve got a revolver repress from the UK still sealed that i got from him. not crazy valuable but looked cool on my wall when i framed it up.

  10. mitch Says:

    no shit, ole rick had a website http://dharmaemporium.tripod.com/

  11. mitch Says:

    the store has since closed but his online stuff may still be active, gonna check now.

  12. SillyWilly Says:

    totally, Mitch.

    there’s a glass shop here in Madison run by the same kind of dude

    every couple months i make up a story about how my piece broke or got lost or just wasn’t working out

    just seems like the right thing to do.

  13. Mr.Miner Says:

    10 songs per gigabyte for phish lossless

    ^ this is not true. I show = approx 1.1 gig in 16 bit lossless

  14. mitch Says:

    http://www.bloomingpedia.org/wiki/Dharma_Emporium

    none of you prob care but i’m strolling down memory lane here
    http://www.bloomingpedia.org/wiki/Dharma_Emporium

  15. neemor Says:

    Would a complete Cypress Box have the same amount of weight (excitement-wise) for PH fans that the recent Europe ’72 GD set had for Deadheads?
    Or would it need to be Fall ’95 or Summer ’97 to carry that excitement level?

  16. EllJefe Says:

    BK- From way earlier. I think there is a DVD of Lou Reed doing MMM w/ an orchestra. Have to run to work so I can’t look it up. I may be confusing it w/ Berlin though. Or maybe he did it w/ both album. Sorry if this has been covered already.

  17. neemor Says:

    Mmm….”Complete Cypress Box”….has a nice ring to it.

  18. neemor Says:

    I have yet, to this day, to hear a SB track even from Big Cypress.
    That seems just wrong.

  19. bhizzle Says:

    Did I see earlier that the Europe 72 set sold out?

  20. sumodie Says:

    ahh yes, I remember that TAB Oakdale show very vividly -nothing like having a face melting epiphany in public & then babbling about it to a BB’er you’ve only just met for the entire ride home. Good times 8)

  21. neemsbane. Says:

    miner, was only going off my head just bs’ing numbers. i know i keep the nye run on my phone and it fits and its a 16gb

  22. SillyWilly Says:

    Is it selfish of me to hype the Euro 72 to some of the older heads in the law school (who may have not been on top of it) with the hopes that they might spring for them and invite me over to listen to them…or burn me a couple??

    ok…i see.

  23. neemor Says:

    I can’t really even fathom how bitchin a complete tour set for Phish would be…
    I would throw my weight and votes behind Fall’97 or Winer ’95, but I’d get down with Summer ’00 or Summer ’99 just as well.

    Is it a foregone conclusion that this isn’t something that’d even be considered by the band until post-retirement?

  24. mitch Says:

    true that silly.

    catch you fools later. gonna go try and eat some food tho i’m not really hungry. maybe i’ll drink the wine for dinner.

  25. Mr. Palmer Says:

    Dec ’99 for a box would be nice.

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