Here is the final download from Trey ‘s winter tour. As Mike’s shows become available, I will be posting them with audio clips as well.

3.4.2011 The Music Box, Los Angeles, CA

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

2.25.2011 (M.Stein)

I: Chalk Dust Torture, Bathtub Gin, Prince Caspian, Theme From the Bottom, Joy, Cavern, Backwards Down the Number Line, Wilson, Heavy Things*, Liquid Time*, Gotta Jibboo^, Push On ‘Til the Day^

II: Cayman Review, Burlap Sack and Pumps, Ocelot, Valentine, The Devil Went Down to Georgia, Money, Love and Change, It Makes No Difference, Acting the Devil, Night Speaks to a Woman, Clint Eastwood, Shine, Sand

E: Dragonfly, First Tube

* w/whole band, acoustic, w/whole band, electric

Source: 3 Mic Mix Stereo Pair Neumann U-89’s (1st Set to Hyper & 2nd set Cards) into V3, Plus 1 Earthworks SR-77 Down the Center > Littlebox (W/Input Stage Transformer)

Night Speaks to a Woman


It Makes No Difference

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440 Responses to “TAB @ LA”

  1. P.S.H.S Says:

    I pulled Elton John live at msg 74 today from garrect, great stuff, especially with the John Lennon sit in. Got me thinking, what’s the hottest set of music ever played in msg?
    Song remains the same?
    Concert for Bangladesh?
    12-29-97 II ?

  2. neemor Says:


  3. HarryHood Says:

    Is anyone else on here really annoyed at how summer dates are being released as two seperate legs now? My family life (which has changed drastically in the last year) doesn’t allow me to do entire tours anymore, so I have an undefined limit as to how many shows that I can hit before the ladyfriend pulls the “I don’t think so” card on me. I’m currently really torn about tomorrow’s onsale for Bethel because I know if I pull the trigger and go, my hopes for Watkins are right out the window. I would rather do Watkins, but I’m considering Bethel because at least I know that’s a done deal. The marketing scheme is working on me and I hate it. I would much much rather do SPAC & Watkins later in the summer which would require that I skip Bethel. But if I skip Bethel and Watkins falls through I’m gonna be one angry custie…….. Sorry to rant, but this kind of marketing nonsense annoys me……..

  4. sumodie Says:

    Quick! Define these words: chromatic aggregate, relational abundance and Klumpenhouwer network

    Or just read this short article:

  5. HarryHood Says:


  6. HarryHood Says:

    ^ What Would Neemor Do?

  7. Guyute711 Says:

    Could come down to another buzzer beater.

  8. mitch Says:

    how about you hold off on bethel if you wanna do watkins for 2 reaons.

    1) its pretty much kangfirmed
    2) they have to announce the 2nd leg before bethel and if it turns out to be fake, go get some bethel tix and rage it

  9. angryjoggerz Says:

    Dead question (Voopa, looking at you): Are there recordings of the “Long Black Vail” session around? Reading the Phil Lesh book now and I am intrigued.

  10. neemor Says:

    Honestly, Hood…
    You just have to hit the shows you want and be comfortable that you’ll hit some good ones.
    The type of thinking you typed above, I often find myself involved in, and would drive you crazy if you sit there, because it is telling you to hit ’em all.
    And we can’t hit ’em all.
    Hit what you want, know that you’ll hit at least once memorable show out of say, 3…(although I think closser to one out of one-but you get the idea) and enjoy the summer.

    Let’s hit a couple this leg, a couple next leg and call it a year…
    It’s gonna be fun, either way….
    Trust Icculus.

    Also, sumo, thanks for updating the Ticket Board..

  11. sumodie Says:

    @hood: bethel has a great lawn -you can always wait and work the networks later on for tix if Watkins doesn’t pan out

  12. HarryHood Says:

    @ Mitch

    That’s what I’m thinking too, but I think I’m gonna at least try for some PAV’s tommorrow so that I don’t have to worry about paying premium $$$ for them if I choose to go, and if I don’t, I can hook up some of you guys……

  13. neemor Says:

    With so many close to home, I’m going to have to say NO to Blossom rhis year and the midwest shows.
    It just makes more sense to stick close to home.
    I just put my name on the board for Bethel, Holmdel, GW, Camden and Darien. nTelos if I get a hook-up, too-mainly cuz of her end of leg spot…

    I’ll do two or three of the shows and probably the same for next leg.

  14. HarryHood Says:


  15. Guyute711 Says:

    What the Fab Melo?

  16. HarryHood Says:

    I wish it was a matter of distance for me…….. I would hit Bethel, GW, and Darien for sure. It’s more of a matter of how many days I won’t be home to help out with my daughter. If I say I’m gonna be gone all of Memorial day weekend, I can’t kiss 4th of July goodbye. Or hire a lawyer now. I’m thinking the latter may apply either way…….

  17. phoammhead Says:


    one speed = go!

    no, seriously, you buy bethel because you’ll be able to get your money out of them if you decide not to go later

    “you decide”

  18. Guyute711 Says:

    Mr P. Good game. Who knows they may meet again.

  19. sumodie Says:

    While I am a believer in a 2011 Phish fest, I’m not so sure it’ll be July 4th Watkins

    End of the summer at Bader Field in AC seems more logical…but when did logic ever rule phish world….i’m just puny peon, ignore these musings

    But do check out 7.12.91 set 2 Keene NH -high energy fun show with the GCH (an LP release)

  20. halcyon Says:


  21. HarryHood Says:

    Where is my midget wook that can tell me the future?

  22. Mr. Palmer Says:

    Good game. Too many second chance points.

  23. voopa Says:


    Not that I’m aware of, but I’m not totally familiar with all of the unreleased studio stuff. I’ll poke around tonight and see what I can find.

  24. HarryHood Says:

    ‘Cause everyone knows that midget wooks can tell the future.

  25. neemor Says:

    Thanks for the article post, sumo:

    “For the last 20 years, I’ve listened to them wrangle the extra eighth note, the speed bump, crammed into the otherwise uninteresting— intentionally uninteresting—harmonic/rhythmic environment at the end of “Split Open and Melt.” On good nights, such as April 23, 1993 at Colgate University, Phish’s solution is elegant. It plays over and across the eighth note, rather than to the eighth note. If you hit the speed bump fast enough, then it won’t destroy your car.”

    Well done.

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