Five…

…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

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Songs That Could Use Some Time Off

1. Suzy Greenberg

2. Possum

3. Alaska

4. Free

5. Halley’s Comet

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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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DOWNLOAD OF THE DAY:

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*

*debut

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:

    @garretc

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

    @Chef

    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

    douche

  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…

    Unreal!

  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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