MGB @ Flagstaff

3.11.2011 Orpheum Theatre, Flagstaff, Arizona

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Mike’s outing from Arizona featured covers of Little Feat, Prince, Radiohead, The Beatles, Beck, and Tower of Power, as well as the band’s first take on Phish’s “Access Me.” Check out Gordon’s jammed out stylings with audio clips below or download the entire show with links above.

I: Sound, Dig Further Down, Jones > Sailin’ Shoes, What Things Seem, Exit Wound, Alphabet St., Crumblin’ Bones, Only A Dream

II: The Void, Access Me*, 15 Step > Mount Philo > Got Away, Couch Lady > Wave The Ocean, Voices > She Said, She Said > Voices > Black Tambourine

E: Down To The Night Club, Sugar Shack

* First time played

Source: AKG ck3|a60m|c460b > Fostex FR-2LE (24bit/44.1khz)

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Couch Lady > Wave the Ocean

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932 Responses to “MGB @ Flagstaff”

  1. EL Duderino Says:

    Check out Devon Allman’s Honey Tribe…

    He has sat in with the ABB during this current run

  2. EL Duderino Says:

    If there was a player that I would want to emulate more than any other it would be Derek Trucks…

    Dude has so much soul

  3. kenny powers Says:

    two months after that tourney i was playing pick-up ball with my friends at this court in town that had 9-foot rims and chains for nets.

    i was on a fast break, i should have just dunked it (i barely could), but i chose a finger roll lay-in at the rim.

    Little did I realize one of the chain links had become detached at one end and was hanging lower than the rest, and at the height of my jump the bottom of the loose chain caught my left nostril.

    RRRRIPPP

    blood gushing before i even hit the ground. was it too much shock to feel a whole lot of pain and obviously couldn’t see my own nose. turned out the tear had basically created an open flap exposing the cartilage at the bottom of my nose.

    30 stitches inside and outside my nose. nice big blue ones, which looked really cool as a freshman taking his final exams right before summer.

  4. EL Duderino Says:

    Check this little girl out:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAv6fwsBx4s&NR=1

  5. dognamedwilson Says:

    Thanks for your input, @bk. Did you make the exhcange on lot or by paypal/mail?

    It just sounds too good to be true, ya know

  6. kenny powers Says:

    the novocaine session was the most painful experience of my life by far. screaming like i little bitch. swearing at the 75 year old doctor doing the hatchet job. never should have gone to the local townie medical center….should have gone into Providence.

  7. ae Says:

    i was a freshman at michigan for their sophomore year (the year of the timeout).

    phish played two shows in April that year (93), at the michigan theatre, just after the NCAA tournament. at the first one, there was a full band pause, including mike or trey (i don’t remember which, maybe both) laying down on the stage. the pause went on for quite a few minutes, with everyone confused. at some point they started playing again…the next night, they debriefed the incident on stage and trey apologized for the mix-up, explaining that he thought mike was supposed to cue the band to start up again, but actually that was trey’s job, so he screwed up and feels terrible. it was a big big mistake, like he had called a timeout in the ncaa championship game when he didn’t have one. hahaha. good one trey. i might have some of the details off, I don’t remember for sure. i used to have those shows on tapes, my second and third phish shows. 🙂

  8. marcoesq Says:

    @KP

    That just sounds awful….and yeah, that Fab Five doc was pretty amazing. Definitely didn’t realize the significance either until reliving it last night,
    “20 Years Later”

  9. kenny powers Says:

    that’s hilarious ae!

  10. Guyute711 Says:

    20 years later and still no timeout.

  11. Guyute711 Says:

    So over the weekend I was able to hang out with a girl who attended college with me for the first time since the late 90’s. Shortly into our conversation I was happy to find out she still banes daily. I think she will be joining the group hitting the Charlotte show.

  12. butter Says:

    kp – that sounds God awful

  13. EL Duderino Says:

    An article about Healy throwing board patches out to the taper’s section @ the Chapel Hill ’93 shows…

    There’s a little “Bear” in there too.

    http://jambandsonline.com/2010/02/a-taper’s-section-night-to-remember-grateful-dead-play-chapel-hill-32493/

  14. kenny powers Says:

    @ El Dude

    wow, after checking the bio on her site, seems she’s pretty huge and has opened for big acts, toured all over….is 22 now and lives in Boston! should check her out sometime.

  15. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    happy Pi Day, everyone

    @ae
    I was at those two shows. it was during the pause in BBFCFM. Trey was supposed to restart, but forgot it was his cue and so everyone just laid there waiting for him. during IDK the next night Page interviewed fans and crew members about how it made them feel. really really fun pair of shows on that run of the tour, even if it was in that whore of a town. just kidding. I’m a domer, so you can imagine my distaste for it 😉

    I believe the notes on phish.net explain the whole thing pretty well.

  16. butter Says:

    more coffee pimpage:

    http://www.greenwellfarms.com/

    their flavored coffee, Chocolate Macadamia Nut, and Macadamia Nut are what i like. i’m not even a flavored coffee fan, but these are epic

  17. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    let’s try that again…

    Happy Pi Day, everyone!

  18. kenny powers Says:

    @ butter

    yes yes it was. probably worse for my buddy who’s mom was a nurse and who was tending to me, having to look at it.

    i was like “you don’t think i’m going to need stitches, do you?” and he was like “uh, i don’t know if they can do stitches on that…you might need surgery”. luckily i did not. although it may have been better if i had been knocked out for all those novocaine sticks. there are a lot of nerve endings in the tip of your nose – fact.

  19. BingosBrother Says:

    God bless Bear. Ain’t no Grateful Dead without you and certainly my life heads in a much different path. Peace brother.

  20. willowed Says:

    I remember the Fab Five. I was a freshman in collge I think. I recall them being super cool because they has all black kicks and socks (I think this was after their freshman year).

    needless to say, I pimped that look all 4 years playing college lax.

    I thought I was bad ass. Colored my cleates all black with super low black anckle socks.

    I tought I was the shit….Oh wait….I was.

  21. angryjoggerz Says:

    Are leg 2 dates going to drop this week? Have they already?

  22. themanatee Says:

    fab five was massively cultural important, anyone who grew up during that time, knows. too bad big eric montross and scott cherry beat em in the final. Heels!

  23. Spasm Waiter Says:

    Morning Gang-

    They call it Stormy Monday. Hope the weekend treated everyone well and not too many Monday blues going around.

    Nice to have daylight after 5pm.

    KP- KP- You got ups? That description is way candid for 10am on Monday. Sounds brutal. Way worse than when my buddy ran his index finger through the front sprocket while riding his BMXer next to me.

  24. butter Says:

    cool article Dude

  25. Jtran Says:

    I’d never known the cultural impact those guys had until the documentary last night.

    A 10 people….is Xavier for real, or is Marquette the pick in that game?

    A lot of matchups that are toss ups for me this year.

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