TTFF: The Comeback Year

10.30.09 (G. Lucas)

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Tweezer > Light” 12.5 II

On of the most impressive jam sequences of Fall ’09 with one of the darkest and most abstract “Lights” the band had dropped to that point.

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Wolfman’s > Piper > Joy” 10.30 II

10.30.09 (W.Rogell)

A dark-horse segement of 10.30.09 that may includes the most creative jamming of Indio.

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Rock and Roll” 8.8 II

While the first night of The Gorge proved most magical, this jam from night two is, arguably, the most impressive of both.

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Back On the Train” 12.30 II

12.29.09 (W.Rogell)

Amidst a song-driven show, Phish blew out an unsustpecting, mid-second set “Back On the Train,” and crafted one of the jams of the year in the process.

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46 Days” 11.18 I

The dirtiest funk jam of Fall tour came in the first set of all.

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Stash” 7.30 I

Red Rocks (G.Lucas)

This “Stash” from Red Rocks opening frame set the stage for a transformative weekend in Colorado.

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Disease > Twenty Years Later” 11.24 II

One of the year’s most creative jaunts sprouted from this mid-set “Disease” in Philly’s first show.

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Split Open and Melt” 11.21 II

This first-set “Split” in Cincy upped the bar for the song in the 3.0 era.

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1,110 Responses to “TTFF: The Comeback Year”

  1. Tzara's Ghost Says:

    UW really bungled that finish, even when UNC tried to give them a chance. Really tightened up. Great game though. Congrats phoamm.

    Silly, Arizona didn’t foul UW in the pac 10 championship up four. They got a quick three, then missed a free throw on the next foul, then UW won it on a Thomas 3 at the buzzer.

    I don’t know what the hell Overton was doing the last two minutes, especially on that last shot.

  2. phoammhead Says:

    great game!

    washington and unc are both good teams.

  3. DaNcInG fOoL Says:

    what 2 shows should i have from trey tour? i don’t want them all….

  4. Phamily Berzerker Says:

    so as a result of losing my job, I need to snd bak my Laptop to the work IT for a wipe and redploy.

    I have off-boarded the important directories and files.

    SHould I download porn and viruses to the HDD?

  5. phoammhead Says:

    :D

    @Df

    Columbus and Oakland

    and the show mr completely was played

  6. SillyWilly Says:

    yeah, I don’t know, I just don’t want the ball close to the basket

  7. Jtran Says:

    Fell to 2nd in the bracket after that one.

    Feeling great about the rest of the games today though.

  8. EL Duderino Says:

    http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=543410

    Phish
    September 28, 1999
    Oak Mountain Amphitheater
    Pelham, AL

    source:
    (FOB) AKG 391′s > Sonosax SX-M2 > Tascam DA-P1 (16 bit / 44.1 kHz)
    recorded from Section B Row J Seats 6-12 (10th Row Center)

    transfer:
    Master Dat > CD > WAV > FLAC > WAV > SoX 14.3.2 (left/right channel volume balance) > Samplitude SE v9.1.1 (patches, fades, limiter) > FLAC v1.2.1 (Level 8)

    Taped by Troy Wallwork and the Home Team
    Big thanks to David Geisler for providing me the unedited FLAC files!
    Post-processing by Jason Sobel
    seeded March 20, 2011

    notes:
    The limiter was set to -0.2dBfs, and only affects the loud clapper.
    The limiter does not affect the dynamics of the music at all.
    FLAC tags added with metaflac v1.2.1

    Disc 1 – [75:47]
    Set I
    01 – [12:12] – Wolfman’s Brother
    02 – [09:54] – Sneakin’ Sally Through The Alley
    03 – [07:18] – Tube
    04 – [03:54] – Ginseng Sullivan ->
    05 – [07:30] – Roggae
    06 – [13:04] – Maze
    07 – [07:04] – Wading In The Velvet Sea
    08 – [15:09] – Harry Hood

    Disc 2 – [57:40]
    Set II
    01 – [00:21] – set 2 intro/tuning
    02 – [07:13] – Farmhouse
    03 – [08:51] – Heavy Things
    04 – [08:10] – First Tube
    05 – [15:39] – Tweezer ->
    06 – [08:18] – Makisupa Policeman
    07 – [09:08] – Chalk Dust Torture

    Disc 3 – [37:14]
    Set II continued
    01 – [22:14] – You Enjoy Myself
    02 – [03:55] – encore break
    03 – [06:41] – Halley’s Comet ->
    04 – [04:34] – Tweezer Reprise

    patch notes:
    On the (FOB) AKG 391′s, there were a few spots of minor digi-noise and/or dropouts.
    I fixed these small sections by patching in the following source:
    AKG 460b/ck61 > Lunatec V2 > Sony SBM-1 > Sony TCD-D8
    Taped by JK
    http://db.etree.org/shn/87315

    The AKG 460b/ck61 source was used at the following spots:
    d1t06 – Maze – [08:21] to [08:44]
    d1t07 – Velvet Sea – [06:32] to [07:00] – all crowd noise between songs, no music is affected
    d2t03 – Heavy Things – [00:08] to [00:09]

  9. EL Duderino Says:

    Here it is Folks’!

    Get it while it’s hot!

  10. phoammhead Says:

    ^pulling now

  11. Guyute711 Says:

    Wow, wonder if I am related to the guy that entered this.

  12. phoammhead Says:

    sloppy dook game so far

  13. phoammhead Says:

    the announcers are making too much of the time situation at the end of the carolina game. but, i guess they’ve got to have something to talk about

    i’m not sure i even understand their point

  14. bhizzle Says:

    they should be talking about that bullshit whistle-blowing last night.

    what up peeps…sorry for the bitching….i had pitt going and winning the big dance

  15. phoammhead Says:

    duke squeaks it out!

  16. halcyon Says:

    Here is something people might get a kick out of.

    Mapping Stereotypes

  17. halcyon Says:

    A different kind of March Madness

  18. EllJefe Says:

    Michigan coach,” WE have NO timeouts!”. Heh heh.

  19. BingosBrother Says:

    Damn pensions are killin this country.

    http://costofwar.com/en/

  20. phoammhead Says:

    looks like mike played mound last night :roll:

    oh well, there’s a lot on the table ;)

  21. garretc Says:

    @bingos

    Great, thanks for ruining my day!

  22. Gavinsdad Says:

    Hi Houston. Bye Houston.

  23. kayatosh Says:

    sweet 16. yes! duke made it a close one w/ too many missed FT’s

    didn’t see the majority of the game. missed first 2 mins. and last 9 mins. of 2nd half and what I did watch. miserable. wife had a meeting at 5; had to meet kids at park. kids first. maybe get to see duke next weekend. congrats phoam. Unc hanging tough. peace

  24. garretc Says:

    Damn, I didn’t watch the Kentucky game yesterday, but watching this Ohio State game makes me feel a little bit foolish for picking Kentucky for the upset…

    The Buckeyes are SMOKING George Mason…

    SGME

  25. kayatosh Says:

    to complete the thought: and what I did watch was with many distractions.

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