UIC Jams

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Mind Left Bowie” 6.18.94 II

One of the most classic pieces ever dropped at UIC.

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Bathtub Gin” 11.9.98 II

And this “Gin” is not far behind.

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Tweezer > Lifeboy” 6.18.94 II

Nor is this “Tweezer,” with a massive “Mind Left Body” peak.

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Free” 11.9.98 I

A crunchy first half “Free” that gets forgotten due to the monstrosity of the second set; a reminder of what the jam once was.

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Mike’s” 11.7.98 I

Funk into bliss; a great way to start a show.

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Disease > Piper” 11.8.98 II

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A classic pairing in high-octane, Fall ’98 fashion.

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Stash” 11.8.98 I

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Another first set beast that gets lost in the six sets of 1998.

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Reba” 11.25.94 I

The sole track on this playlist reppin’ Fall ’94’s UIC offering.

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396 Responses to “UIC Jams”

  1. joe Says:

    no torrenting here for me on work computer and spotty internet at home, but thanks for the offer.

  2. Makisupa Says:

    clarity needed: After having been the last 5 times, i won’t be at the gorge this year. It’s the bomb, just love the wide-open spaces. $9 PBR’s in 2009 made me feel a little Sasquatched, but nonetheless money was spent and fun was had.

    Get the VIP camping pass from the ticketbastards, or stay offsite. Vantage is close for shady trees, oldschool shakes’n’fries stand, and cool Colombia River swims – remember don’t pay the teenager in the golf cart to lie on the grass, he’s just scamming with his shiny wristbands!

    i think it’s tahoe or LA. Superball seems cool too

    Phish is taking the rest of the year off. Get it while we can

    Go Hockey! someday the Cup will return to Canada………

  3. voopa Says:

    You bet sumo, always happy to get those old sources back in circ…

    Time to go home, catch y’all on the flip side!

  4. Mr False Bravado Says:

    @sumodie how about a re-seed of 10.20.94 too? Please.

  5. William H. Bonney Says:

    Silly Canada, Stanley Cup victories are for American teams, sorry.

  6. William H. Bonney Says:

    20 miles out of town and cold iron bound!!!!!

  7. purplehumpbackwhale Says:

    watched the bag>ghost videos last night from UIC 98. unique expedition into the minds of 98 phish. i dont remember the ghost being as sick as it was… pleasant surprise. the mind left bowie is another example of complete phishy genius. that was a jam i stumbled upon by accident when i first got into phish. i didn’t know any message boards or have anyone to talk to about it back then. i used to just download random dates of phishows.com back then… i flipped when i found 6.11 and 6.18 ’94.

    glad to see the announcements from yesterday. was hoping for the JB rumors to be true (could still be). just because, i knew i would end up forcing myself to go.

  8. DukeOfLizards Says:

    Alright, playoff hockey!

    Wait… fuck.

  9. Selector J Says:

    I bet you guys all have roller blades, huh?

  10. joe Says:

    and Ice skate Selector

  11. multibeast Says:

    Thanks Makisupa. Any suggestions on offsite spots for the gorge?

  12. William H. Bonney Says:

    Have a good nite gents off the watch the games…no rollerblades here…kayak, scuba, and fishing takes up whatever time Phish can spare……i posting to quickly, I posted last comment 20 min. ago..slow down

  13. fat bastard Says:

    what up freakers-nice day in chi today. cleanin the windows to these sic uic jams thanks dude i mean miner

  14. Guyute711 Says:

    Go Hockey!someday the Cup will never return to Canada………

    fixed

    Nice Duke

  15. willowed Says:

    This is weird. None of my posts are showing.

    Let’s try this again.

  16. purplehumpbackwhale Says:

    i actually have rollerblades here in nyc. much easier to get around. grew up playin hockey

  17. halcyon Says:

    Feel the power

    http://www.space.com/11334-spectacular-aurora-march-2011.html

  18. phoammhead Says:

    evenin’ folks!

    quick driveby to say how excited i’m getting for summer and more phresh phish!!!

    it is really gonna be a great year in the land of the phish . . . heads will be turning and saying wowza, oh my god, this is readonkulous!!!

    cheers!

    😀

  19. kenny powers Says:

    attention Noid users:

    a guy just did a really nice remaster of the Arrowhead 1991 SBD. already sounded great but now even better.

    he’s apparently done similar stuff to a dozen or so Dead SBDs but this is his first Phish one. highly recommended.

  20. Mr. Palmer Says:

    Phish 4/13/94 Beacon Theatre

    Set 1: Buried Alive > Poor Heart, Stash[1], The Lizards, Julius, Ginseng Sullivan[2], The Divided Sky, Golgi Apparatus

    Set 2: Faht[3], The Curtain > Sample in a Jar, Reba, Big Ball Jam, Fee[4] -> Take the ‘A’ Train, David Bowie[5], Purple Rain > Hold Your Head Up, AC/DC Bag

    Encore: Sweet Adeline, Good Times Bad Times

    [1] Closed with Can’t You Hear Me Knocking tease.
    [2] Acoustic; without microphones. Fishman on washboard.
    [3] Trey on acoustic guitar.
    [4] Trey sang verses through megaphone.
    [5] Oom Pa Pa and Simpsons signals in intro. ‘A’ Train and Reba teases from Trey.
    Notes: Stash closed with a Can’t You Hear Me Knocking tease. Ginseng was performed acoustic, without microphones, and featured Fishman on washboard. Faht featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Bowie contained Oom Pa Pa and Simpsons signals in the intro and ‘A’ Train and Reba teases from Trey.

    http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=544038

  21. roberto luongo Says:

    3 nights UIC bitches!

  22. sumodie Says:

    @joe: D’oh! 6.18.94 is already in Miner’s archive:

    http://phishthoughts.com/audio-archive/1994

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    Links for both 6.18.94 and 10.20.94 (@Mr. F Bravado) can be found by clicking on my name

  23. roberto luongo Says:

    big game tonight!

  24. fat bastard Says:

    blastin “the hurricane” full blast is a good thing.

  25. Mr False Bravado Says:

    @ Sumodie I found the files but can’t get the file for 10.20 to download. I think it a seeding issue.

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