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. Aquaman Says:

    Werd KTosh

  2. SillyWilly Says:


    that Tidal Waves is money, huh.

    can’t stop listening to it.

    the Rusty Kershaw stuff is amazing, too.

    kids on this board are awesome at suggesting music that always blows me away

  3. kayatosh Says:

    Thanks, folks. like KP said, just trying to share. we all have our challenges, it’s how we deal with those challenges that determines our happiness.

    i have received a great deal of wisdom and support from folks here. Not to mention comaraderie and friendship. amazing to feel that kind of connection. it will definitely get me out to some phish shows I might otherwise skip; you will win out over old age and responsibility. thank you.

  4. Robear Says:

    go silly. hanging with my wisco friends, whose mom is a teacher. they’re pissed.

  5. Phamily Berzerker Says:

    this place is pretty special. With a lot of folks providig thier insight and knowledge around various topics and sincere empathy for each other and our challenges.

    I am on the longest run of true sobriety since I was 12 , that’s 27 years of partying for those of you playing along at home. My brain is broke though, was broke at birth and I am working to fix it. Oh sure it looks like it works on the surface, but deep down there are wiring issues and emotional challenges that I get to manage through for some time.

    At 39 I get the opportunity to grow up and deal with life and I am not running from it anymore. Preparing, Showing Up, Trying my best and Accepting the oucome.

    How many days until phresh phish?

  6. SillyWilly Says:


    just be careful the ideology isn’t coming to a state near you

    who ever thought Mississippi and Georgia were going to become the model states of the nation?

  7. Jtran Says:

    Thanks kaya

    Great words as always

  8. kayatosh Says:

    Right on, PB. seems you are engaging in healthy self-study without judgment. building understanding.

  9. garretc Says:


    Yeah, this is good stuff. I pulled the Charlie Chaplin and U-Roy albums AW dropped, but neither of them really clicked with me, so I was worried this particular ’80’s reggae album wouldn’t be worth it… Glad I spun it anyways though!

    And yeah, I dl’d the Kershaw, haven’t spun yet, probably do that when I get back from my swim…

  10. garretc Says:

    Daaamn, “Queen Of The Minstrel”, definitely money

  11. SillyWilly Says:

    @Pham B

    it takes an incredibly brave person to admit to needing the changes you are accepting.

    Im very excited for the things you’re going to learn about yourself.

    Just imagine the first Phish show you see when you emerge from these troubles.

    It might qualify as your second first show ever

  12. gratefulcub Says:

    “hanging with my wisco friends, whose mom is a teacher. they’re pissed.”

    How can they not be.

    On the bright side, as a country, we couldn’t start getting better until the teabagger agenda, in all it’s craziness, was put into practice. We are well on our way, and Michelle Bachman hasn’t even kicked off her presidential campaign yet.

  13. gratefulcub Says:

    But more importantly, how serious are the leg 2 rumors I saw from Mr. P?

    Churchill in Louisville? Yes please.

  14. gratefulcub Says:

    All the best PB.

  15. Jtran Says:

    For those looking for a lift the end of this 11/12/95 Mike’s is it.


  16. Jtran Says:

    And I mean 11/21/95. Sorry

  17. SillyWilly Says:


    i wish i would get back in to swimming

    my mom made me swim until i was in high school and i hated it, but i got back into it in college and man, that is a therapeutic way to spend 45 minutes.

    and 45 minutes is about as much as my meathead self can handle

  18. bouncin fan Says:

    Glad you dig the Tidal Wave garret. It def doesn’t have the digital sound. Kind of on the cusp before that blew up. If you dig the deejay style but not quite the digital sound you should seek some shit from the late 70’s early 80’s. It took me a while before I gave into the digital sound myself. Had been into the genre for at least a decade before I got into it. Now I fucking love it. Can’t get enough of that Chaplin lately.

    One of my fav deejay albums from the non digital era

    Dillinger – CB 200 (shit is $$$$)

  19. garretc Says:


    Well you know, I felt the exact same way until a couple weeks ago, just couldn’t motivate myself to pick up swimming again, and you know what solved my issue?

    Waterproof mp3 player. Super money. Being able to listen to music while swimming completely change things in my favor, definitely. Best part was that my mom bought it for me on the condition that I use it to start swimming again…

  20. kenny powers Says:

    i need more therapeutic things to do. for a while the remastering stuff and relating techie-wankery satisfied that pretty well, but i kind of feel like i’ve been enslaved by it.

    case in point – when Silly et al mention the great tunes they’ve been turned onto by others here at the BB, i realized that while i’ve DL’ed just about all of it, i haven’t actually listened (let alone unzipped) to any of it.

    between when phish is on ter, then being totally addicted to grabbing every Phish and GD show that pops up on various trackers, spending the time organizing and backing-up, freeing up hard drive space, doing the remasters and compilations….i feel like i’m kind of stressed by it and not actually enjoying it enough. and i’m missing out on so much else.

    when it gets warmer out i’m gonna go on bike rides, hike some trails, shoot hoops a lot….and hopefully get my ass to the learn the guitar i bought a couple months ago.

    sorry for the rant, just feeling pretty OCD / ADHD and confused these days.

  21. SillyWilly Says:


    if they play Churchill then I’m definitely going to be there.

    I’ll have to do my best to convince my Louisville crew to come out to the show and try a peppadew or 17,819.

    Two of my best friends/teammates/roommates live in Louisville and I need some Kentucky in my life.

  22. bhizzle Says:

    Bethel is assumably having a pre-sale for “members” that has or is taking place right now. Any of you fellas members?

  23. garretc Says:


    Yeah, I kinda had the feeling that the digital stuff was something I’d warm to once I’d really gotten my head around reggae in general, but right now it just doesn’t do it for me.

    Grabbing the Dillinger though, thanks! It’s kinda nice not having to figure this shit out for myself… Never would have gotten into reggae if I didn’t have people spoon feeding me the cream of the crop!

  24. kenny powers Says:

    it doesn’t help that for 6-7 months straight every year, i don’t see peeps nearly enough because everyone hibernates, is plain busy, trying to do grown-up shit…then in the summer it’s how do i decide which of the many social events to do? seems like it’s all or nothing sometimes. i’m either a hermit or a party animal. not much middle ground.

  25. bouncin fan Says:

    Not sure if that Rusty Kershaw is for everyone but after another spin last night it’s even better to me. The dirty country blues thing is raw as shit. Something very real about that record.

    Love some of the more rock n roll funky tracks on side B. can’t go wrong with the few traditional Cajun tracks too. Great album I find to be very unique.

    Some of the groovier tracks remind me of the JJ Cale sound.

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