Ten Tunes For Friday: 1994

Many enjoyed the focus on one era last Friday, so this week we put the magnifying lens on 1994. Without choosing one particular tour, here is a tasty sampling from the entire year. Enjoy another installment of Ten Tunes, and have a great weekend!

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1.1.11 (La Jaunie)

Reba” 6.13.94 II

1994 and “Reba” go together like peanut butter and jelly, and this is but one of many outstanding versions.

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Peaches,” “Bowie” 11.14.94 II

An imposing start to the second set in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

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12/2010 (Lavery)

Down With Disease > Have Mercy > Disease” 11.12.94 II

A classic sequence from Kent State University in Ohio.

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Tweezer” 6.29.94 II

A succinct yet heavy version during Phish’s first visit to Walnut Creek.

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11.21.09 (Rogell)

Stash > Catapult > Stash” 10.23.94 I

An improvisational beast from Gainesville during the band’s Florida swing of October ’94.

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2001 > Split Open and Melt” 7.9.94 II

A fierce beginning to Great Woods’ final set of a two-night stand.

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Harry Hood” 10.20.94 II

A top-shelf version from St. Petersburg, Florida during October ’94.

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1,093 Responses to “Ten Tunes For Friday: 1994”

  1. ThePigSong Says:

    GREEN BAY FOR THE MOTHER FUCKING WIN!!!!

    only going to say this once, but all you NFC fans that were pulling for the steelers can suck it.

  2. EL Duderino Says:

    @ Pig

    I’m a die hard NFC North fan.
    “Can’t do it, won’t have it”-M. Singletary

  3. ThePigSong Says:

    that makes me sound like a dick :) I’m usually not.

    never saw this coming last summer, but IMO Rodgers et. al deserve this.

  4. EL Duderino Says:

    Aaron Rogers is a great player and has a chance to be better than that Beiber QB in NE

  5. EL Duderino Says:

    The Mendenhall fumble was the play of the game.
    Period!

  6. butterflyeffect Says:

    NN BB

    sleep tight

  7. EL Duderino Says:

    sweet dreams

  8. EL Duderino Says:

    don’t let the bed-bugs bite

  9. Admiral Ackbar Says:

    BTW @willowed from a couple pages ago

    You’ll never figure out who I am

    No one has in my 38.5 3.0 shows

    Laterz

  10. EL Duderino Says:

    AW ii is…

    good one

    yer best thus far!

  11. Admiral Ackbar Says:

    Nah just fuckin around.

    Not AW.

  12. EL Duderino Says:

    the SLF just pointed out that I have a Sue Sykvester jacket. :(

  13. EL Duderino Says:

    Sylvester

  14. sneven Says:

    The VW Vader commercial was #1 here, I’d seen it on youtube on Thursday. They cut it down from 60 to 30, which is a shame. Here’s the video at full length:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdX3RIkdQz8

    I am also intrigued bt the kids movies, but Transformers 3 will be aweful without Megan Fox

  15. neemor Says:

    Football sucks anyways.
    When do pitchers and catchers start?

  16. sneven Says:

    neems, how could you? It’s HOCKEY TIME!

  17. plord Says:

    Vader kid commercial a big hit here. I liked the Black Betty VW commercial also but mostly for the song; I have a mix of that tune on a 3″ mini-CD, remember those? Otherwise, a weak ad year with way too many of the standard fare offensive cliches.

    Nice game though! At least it stayed interesting til the very end.

  18. Feathered Serpent Says:

    Clutchy Hopkins crossed my path today. Origin becomes obsolete while music is the medium. Dig in and wonder why our ‘halftime message’ is what it is. Time to offer perspective on a global scale.

    We’re waking up to Quetzacoatl on the rise, time to move.

    http://media.libsyn.com/media/parisdjs/Clutchy_Hopkins_Psychedelic_Hip_Hop_Funk_and_Jazz-Selected_by_Colored-Inc.mp3

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