…2.0 Songs That Deserve More Play

1. The Song I Heard the Ocean Sing

2. Scents and Subtle Sounds

3. Waves

4. Round Room

5. Discern


Songs That Could Use Some Time Off

1. Suzy Greenberg

2. Possum

3. Alaska

4. Free

5. Halley’s Comet


Songs That Would Be Great to Have In Summer’s Rotation

1. Undermind

2. Spanish Moon

3. Pigtail

4. Liquid Time

5. Scents and Subtle Sounds


Songs That Should Bumped Into the Second Set

1. Ocelot

2. Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan

3. Stash

4. Wolfman’s Brother

5. AC/DC Bag


Trey Songs That Would Make Great Phish Songs

1. Spin

2. Goodbye Head

3. Greyhound Rising

4. A Case of Ice and Snow

5. Valentine


Cover Songs Phish Should Consider

1. “Fearless” – Pink Floyd

2. “It’s Up To You” – Steve Kimock

3. “Glad Tidings” – Van Morrison

4. “Estranged” – Guns and Roses

5. “Washington Bullets” – The Clash


Jam of the Day:

Bathtub Gin” 6.30.99 I

The first song—and jam— of 1999; this “Gin”  opened an underrated show at Bonner Spring, Kansas.

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3.6.1992 Portsmouth Music Hall, Portsmouth, New Hampshire

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This early 1992 SBD from New Hampshire features the debuts of many Rift-era songs and the first-ever Secret Language instructions by Trey.

I: Rift*, Cavern, Sparkle, It’s Ice, The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony, The Divided Sky,Guelah Papyrus, Maze*, Reba, All Things Reconsidered, David Bowie

II: My Friend, My Friend*, Poor Heart, Secret Language Instructions*, Stash, Mound*, Llama, Bouncing Around the Room, NICU*, Possum

E: Sleeping Monkey*


Source: SBD

722 Responses to “Five…”

  1. ChefBradford Says:

    butter, I haven’t been in too long, but if it’s still there, I recommend hitting up The Bulldog on Magazine in the Garden District. Used to have about a couple dozen beers on tap, many dozens in bottle, and decent bar food

    downside: ran into a head there once that tried to convince me that Dark Star O was…wait for it…wait for it…BETTER THAN THE GRATEFUL DEAD

    um…custy? or something?

  2. garretc Says:

    Symphonie Fantastique is illin’

  3. BrandonKayda Says:


    Yep. Do you listen to any Debussy? Impressionism is pretty cool considering the time period.


    That doesn’t compute.

  4. ChefBradford Says:

    exactly my point, bud. It scrambled my brain then, and on the rare occasion I remember the event, it scrambles my brain then, too


  5. butter Says:

    this 4.1.88 space > Other one………craziness

  6. garretc Says:

    I’ve at least listened to La Mer a couple times…

    Classical music has been the only genre I’ve really liked that I don’t have an interest in really delving into yet… I’m kinda just happy to hear what floats by me. I played in band in high school/took AP music theory, so I’ve picked up a few names here and there, but for the most part I exist in blissful ignorance in regards to the genre…

  7. garretc Says:

    So you know what always surprises me that I should be used to by now? How excited people on AUDs get when Sparkle starts…


  8. BrandonKayda Says:

    Yeah @garretc I know a lot of music theory and am in piano 2 right now – sent in my application for my school’s AP Music half-day course (Advanced Music Studies). I just listen to classical sometimes though – some of the avant-garde stuff is cool as well as Chopin/Liszt/Debussy/Bartok/etc

    Really more of a jazz guy than classical – hoping to major in music and learn more advanced jazz theory in college, as I know everything for the high school theory classes already. Hoping AMS goes well.

  9. Mr.Miner Says:

    not feeling the 10/30 at all, despite all arguments for it. Bring Augusta. Bring Halloween. Bring SC2. You dont release tweezeppelin jv bunk shit. put 2001 > Bowie on a archives show and be done with it. 😉

  10. DaNcInG fOoL Says:

    bring some ’09!

  11. DaNcInG fOoL Says:

    i thought that zeppelin tweezer actually had some sick jamming to it, but yeah augusta is my fav of fall after utica

  12. butter Says:

    10.30 was a hot show, a lot of people loved it

    i bet they sell the shit of the assisted re-vorkians

  13. voopa Says:

    The woman that broke my virginity played the piano orchestrated version of La Mer (I think it was La Mer) at her senior recital a few months after the event. She was something.

  14. butter Says:

    Halloween = much bigger project if all instruments are tracked separate like i think they are

    but yes bring it

    funny thing is i haven’t heard one note of the Revorkians

  15. butter Says:

    no shit voops, your cherry popper

  16. voopa Says:

    Yeah, actually she played in the commencement concert, which was a big deal because only 5 seniors qualified for that. I was a junior at the time, and was blown away (pun intended).

  17. rick Says:

    To add to the covers, 70vp doing In the Light by zepp was one of the best things I’ve ever seen

  18. goochy Says:

    That ’95 Weekapaug posted today is unrelenting isn’t it?

  19. Guyute811 Says:

    Wield the spade
    Ready the blade
    Sacrifices must me made!!!

  20. Guyute711 Says:

    Wield the spade
    Ready the blade
    Sacrifices must be made!!!

  21. spookface Says:

    Moma should be bumped to 2nd set, too!

  22. Kaveh Says:

    Good afternoon…random question. Anyone have any extra(s) for Trey in LA? If you do or know of someone; hit me up. Thanks!

    kjrahimi at yahoo dot com.

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