Weekend Nuggets: Summer Lovin’


Summer 2010 Pro-Shot Compilation

-Summer Tour Promo
-Alumni Blues > Letter to Jimmy Page > Alumni Blues – 6.25.10 Camden
-46 Days > Tube – 8.7.10 Berkeley
-Backwards Down the Number Line – 6.12.10 Cuyahoga Falls
-Show of Life – 6.19.10 Saratoga Springs
-Chalk Dust Torture – 6.25.10 Camden
-Wolfman’s Brother – 6.26.10 Columbia
-Maze – 8.5.10 Berkeley
-Gotta Jibboo – 7.4.10 Alpharetta
-Jam > Piper – 8.9.10 Telluride
-Saratoga Jam #2 > Swept Away > Steep – 6.20.10 SPAC
-Simple – 8.6.10 Berkeley
-You Enjoy Myself – 7.2.10 Charlotte

(cheers to YEMBlog for this vid!)


Jam of the Weekend:

Harry Hood” 7.25.03 I

The quintessential post-hiatus “Harry Hood.”



Phish Confirmed At Watkins Glen?

A local blog from New York State, Bands That Jam, is claiming that Watkins Glen is official, contracts have been signed, and that the festival will be an 8-set, Phish-only affair from June 30-July 3rd! Let’s hope this report is correct. I’m not doubting anyone’s journalistic integrity, but one can’t believe anything until it’s on Phish.com.


7.31.09 (Wendy Rogell)

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291 Responses to “Weekend Nuggets: Summer Lovin’”

  1. BrandonKayda Says:

    Hey Miner

    What are you up to tonight?

  2. themanatee Says:

    Festi 9 kids

  3. voopa Says:



    The Greek shows in July ’01 were nice. I thought, “If Trey can keep this band together for a year or so, they’ll be hot!” And they were.

  4. BrandonKayda Says:

    Listening to 2003/06/13 Neil Young and Crazy Horse at Bonnaroo – real jam-heavy set. 2 songs over 20mins and Down By The River is like 18mins.

    Some of this is reminiscent of some of The Velvet Underground’s live jamming, with all the feedback and distortion and such.

  5. neemor Says:

    What needs to be said is that the Divided Sky from MSG 1.1.11 was damn near note perfect and as a result: stunning.


  6. voopa Says:


    The Sextet

    * Trey Anastasio – guitar
    * Dave Grippo – Alto Saxophone
    * Jen Hartswick – trumpet, tuba, vocals
    * Russ Lawton – drums
    * Tony Markellis – bass
    * Andy Moroz – Trombone

    When Phish took a hiatus at the end of 2000, Trey soon found himself writing new songs. Eager to hit the road to debut some of the material, a brief tour was spontaneously planned for February and Trey took the ambitious step of adding three horns to the band – Dave Grippo (saxophone, of Giant Country Horn fame), Jen Hartswick (trumpet) and Andy Moroz (trombone) – all local Vermonters. With the new tour came a number of new originals, including “Push on ’Til the Day”, “At the Gazebo”, “Waves “(now known as “Ray Dawn Balloon”), “Happiness in my Pants” (to which Trey later added words to become “Birthday Boys” on Oysterhead’s The Grand Pecking Order), and “Burlap Sack and Pumps.”


    * Trey Anastasio – guitar
    * Dave Grippo – Alto Saxophone
    * Jen Hartswick – trumpet, tuba, vocals
    * Russ Lawton – drums
    * Tony Markellis – bass
    * Andy Moroz – Trombone
    * Ray Paczkowski – keyboards
    * Russell Remington – tenor saxophone, flute

    In the summer of 2001, following the successful theatre tour in the spring, Trey hit the road for his first extended nation-wide solo tour with the quintet plus Ray Paczkowski on keys and Russell Remington on tenor sax and flute. In addition to premiering new songs like “Plasma”, arrangements of songs such as “Last Tube” were changed to reflect the expanded lineup. The septet played amphitheatres across the country, welcoming a handful of guests along the way including Mike Gordon, John Medeski and Carl “Gears” Gerhart who joined the horn section to mark the first appearance of the Giant Country Horns in ten years.

  7. neemor Says:

    I knew after MSG 1.1.11 that Round Room had been written for that space.

    Just now it dawned on me that the line “The outskirts of town, to a Garden that’s round” probably had something to do with that.

  8. brother Says:

    ok where has this 2/17/97 DWD>madness!!!!! been all of my life!!! are you serious. unbelievable. i have never heard that set before but it is required listening right now for anyone not familiar!! the link is on page 1 or 2 i wanna say? wow, an incredible segue with taste back into dwd!! after the sickest version of Carini ever done! why has this version never been spoke of more on this site? I would have thought miner would have written a book on this set by now?

  9. purplehumpbackwhale Says:



    they deny it completely!
    then again… we know phish… them playing the cards this weay is totally possible…

  10. purplehumpbackwhale Says:

    it should be said

    ^^That article is about the Watkins Glen track president denying the festival rumors completely!

  11. purplehumpbackwhale Says:

    oh wow i guess thats been floating around all day. i just saw it. fuck!

  12. BrandonKayda Says:

    Interested to see how this turns out.

  13. WorthlesSwampyFool Says:


    i know im hours behind your post but miner did write quite a nice little piece on that show. that whole euorpe tour is the “IT”

  14. BrandonKayda Says:

    Just started The Metamorphosis tonight. Strange story.

  15. Selector J Says:

    2 yr-old woke up sick with a 102 fever and i just got covered in puke… solo daddy-ing at its finest. good chance to catch up on the bb, tho.

    aj’s mix a-mash up the speakers. good stuff. all raggamuffins rep on this one. currently, dr early b breakin down 2 testaments in 4 mins.
    Love it.
    dance haffi cork.

  16. Selector J Says:

    slackness take over.
    gen. echo = not fcc compliant.

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