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. garretc Says:

    You’d hear a lot of dissent from many of the folks on here w/ that claim…

    I loved it, but I don’t listen to enough 3.0 to rank…

  2. garretc Says:

    Re: MSG Tweezer

  3. DukeOfLizards Says:


    Everyone’s mileage varies.

  4. tela'smuff Says:

    thanks Mr.P. although i don’t think i’ll pay to watch it on Moogis, even though it’s a great service. i’ll try to catch that free broadcast though.

    Jennifer Dances – eck

    Spread It Round – like

    makes no sense. i’m a weirdo.

  5. Gratefulcub Says:

    I enjoyed Jennifer’s Tweezer. Maybe it was just because I appreciated the effort of goig for it, but I’m a fan.

    6 hours at Newark liberty. Finally on a plane. Woo hoo.

  6. Gratefulcub Says:

    Taking off in a late night storm in Newark with 25 mph winds calls for…..

    97 Detroit tweezer>>Bella>>twist >>piper

    Sitting at the gate, lil plane rocking in the wind. Feels like sitting in the ocean in a kayak.

  7. Mr. Palmer Says:

    Msg Tweezer was fun. I’m a fan as well.

    weather is downright awful @ Cub. safe travels.

  8. Gratefulcub Says:

    Why put me on a plane to tell me I’m in a “holding box” for an hour?

    Jumping in a time machine, destination, December 6th, 1997. Detroit Rock City!!

  9. joe Says:

    Echoing the safe travels wish cub…I was wondering what the abb thing on msg network is. See it listed on my directv. I don’t get the station but it is as few up from the boston sports stations. Wasn’t sure if they’ve been showing different shows every night

  10. BingosBrother Says:

    Thought y’all may dig this.

    “Do you remember mix tapes? The owners of Mississippi Records—a vinyl-and-cassette-only record store located on North Mississippi Avenue in Portland, Oregon—most certainly do: They’ve put together the best mixes we’ve never seen (because you can get them only by visiting the store in person). But a Bay Area record label called Root Strata has digitized dozens of these tapes and distributed them (as free downloads) online. The series starts off with House of Broken Hearts—an hour-long collection of “Early R&B, Doo Wop, Rockabilly & Instrumentals”—and only gets better.

    Other tapes are devoted to early soul music, ’60s rock, funk and hip-hop, various kinds of world music, politically minded jazz, ska and rocksteady, postwar gospel, Quebecois psych-rock, and all sorts of old-timey music (which is Mississippi Records’ sweet spot). You’ll find selections of Lullabies & Dream Songs, and a collection of Classical Music for & by the People; one of the most charming mixes contains Difficult Songs for Children. The series is addictive, but our recommendation comes with two caveats: (1) Each side of each cassette opens up as a single MP3 file; if you want to incorporate these songs into a mix of your own you’ll have to split the tracks manually. (2) Almost every one of these links works, and almost all of the downloads open without a hitch. But there are lots of them, and a few are quite old; if you experience technical difficulties, scroll down to the comments section and leave one of your own. ”

  11. Gratefulcub Says:

    I love mixed tapes. I still send them as Christmas presents. This year was a four disc collection of what I imagine a Christmas party at James Brown’s house would of sounded like. So much fun to put together. Listened to 50 albums to distill down to 4.

  12. BingosBrother Says:

    Damn cub, thats a great fucking gift! I gave out discs for xmas too, but they were just straight up. Bootsy, James Brown, a real cool mix I got from the phish coventry blog. this is it if u wanna check it. I really dug it, had a great party flow.

  13. joe Says:

    4/4/98 on sirius tonight. Kind of bitterweet really. Thinking how lucky I was to have been in the building, how I don’t really have any specific memory of the show other than where we ate driving to providence and who I was with (and possibly what drugs were consumed). Also feel a little bit saddened by the realization that they will probably never jam a whole show like this again.

  14. joe Says:

    Didn’t want anyone’s bb bingo square to go unchecked today

  15. BingosBrother Says:

    Wow. Just getting into this mix site. an example from Volume 1, Pt. 1.

    Side A
    01. The Counts – Enchanted Sea
    02. Sonny Day – Beyond The Shadow Of A Doubt
    03. The Versatones – Bila
    04. The Saxons – Camel Walk (Part 1)
    05. Vernon Green & The Phantoms – Sweet Breeze
    06. Noland Strong & The Diablos – The Wind
    07. The Vitones – The Storm (So Blue)
    08. Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs – The Winds
    09. The Sound Offs – The Angry Desert
    10. Wanda Jackson – Funnel Of Love
    11. Maylon Humphries – Weep No More
    12. Hasil Adkins – By The Lonesome River

    Side B
    01. Art Neville – Arabian Love Call
    02. The Neptunes – House of Heart Ache
    03. Roy Junior – Victim Of Circumstances
    04. Dee Clark – Blues, Get Off Of My Shoulder
    05. Buddy Knox – I Think I’m Gonna Kill Myself
    06. Donald Woods & The Vel-Airs – Death Of An Angel
    07. Link Wray – Facing All The Same Tomorrows
    08. Slim & Ann – I Just Can’t Stay Away
    09. Charlie Feathers – The MAn In Love
    10. Bo Diddley – The Great Grand Father
    11. The Chell-Mars – Roamin’ Heart

    Keep in mind there are like 70 mixes on that site. Saaawwweeetttt!

  16. BingosBrother Says:

    Ain’t that a bitch joe. Sometimes I like to convince myself that I wasn’t at a show, cause it was so hot on playback, and I’m embarrassed to remember nothing about it. I love it too, though. Thousands of people and every one of them having a completely separate show. Crazy dichotomy that keeps me comin back. 4/4/98? Lucky mofo joe.

  17. Gratefulcub Says:

    I look forward to digging into that. New music leads to more new music and >>>>. Before you know it, you’ve found obscure Gold.

    The JB mix was fantabulous. JB> the JB’s >> tons of Meters >> bill withers >> Ike and Tina >> Donny Hathaway >> baby Huey >> Gil Scott Heron >> the roots >> sly. Plenty more funk n soul

    It came with a letter from jb and no return address. But most of my friends know me too well and never doubted where it came from.

  18. joe Says:

    And the next night too…

  19. Gratefulcub Says:

    Now you’re just showing off Joseph.

  20. Gratefulcub Says:

    ^ 🙂

  21. sumodie Says:

    4.3-4.98 Prov began the start of my solo Phish career -such a weird but awesome experience at those shows

    Everyone pray to the recaptcha gods tonight. I’ll be around tomorrow looking for help and/or helping others, starting with Bethel at 10am EST

    Holmdel & Portsmouth at Noon EST

    Great Woods at 1pm

    (dunno about any others)

  22. angryjoggerz Says:

    Fucking 1972 Old Renaissance Fair Ground mindfuck.

    Respect to original wook.

  23. Lycanthropist Says:

    after ten grueling hours driving through the back roads of Alabama i know have a fully functional Rhodes Piano in my house!

  24. plord Says:

    @aj somebody once told me that the “original wook” in that Veneta pic is Owlsley!

    Everyone has a copy of the latest “remastered” boot of Sunshine Daydream, right?

  25. ThePigSong Says:

    what up kiddos? Just getting of a 16 hour day of work – bahh (although I basically had the last three weeks off)

    I’ll be around all morning to offer up my shitty captcha skillz – only ticket I might keep would be ATL pits.

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