TTFF: Ten From ’10

 

12.31.2010 (Ryan Gilbertie)

With only two weeks separating us from the kick-off of Phish’s massive Summer 2011, let’s take a moment to revisit some of last year’s finest moments, in no particular order. For anyone who thinks Phish doesn’t jam anymore, take a run through this playlist…enjoy….

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2001 > David Bowie” 10.30 II

10.30.10 (D.Lavery)

The smoking conclusion—and finest segment—of a wild, pre-Halloween night.

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Reba” 10.19 E

The divine creation that came out of nowhere in Augusta’s encore.

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Ghost” 12.31 II

12.30.10 G.Lucas)

The Holy “Ghost.”

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Seven Below -> What’s the Use?” 12.27 II

A delicate, introspective journey from Worcester’s snow-covered opening night.

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Rock and Roll -> Carini” 10.22 II

10.23.10 (R. Gilbertie)

Providence’s exploratory set-opening combo; from an avant-garde “Rock and Roll” into a blissful “Carini.”

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Light” 8.7. II

The band’s magnum opus from the Greek—one of the year’s improvisational peaks.

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Harry Hood” 12.28 II

12.30.2010 (G.Lucas)

An impeccable, four-part musical conversation that, in my opinion, represents musical perfection.

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Backwards Down the Number Line” 6.12 II

One of very few jams from June’s tour with staying power. Phish came together in an instant amidst a noodly jam and crafted a soundtrack for secret-agent.

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Simple” 8.6 II

8.5.10 (W. Rogell)

One of the most engaging jams from, arguably, the most creative three-night stand of the year at the Greek.

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Disease -> What’s the Use?” 8.14 II

Face melting rock and roll morphs into sublime territory, landing perfectly in “What’s the Use?.”

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880 Responses to “TTFF: Ten From ’10”

  1. Tzara's Ghost Says:

    What’s up bk? We’ve had a hard time hooking up lately. But things are good. Off to Europe a week from tomorrow. Pretty excited.

  2. guitarpicker420! Says:

    @silly – make sure you have a brat at the mars cheese castle and you have to stop into a joint called tenudos. Both are great (at least as far as Kenosha goes)

  3. Fly Says:

    Sweep, baby.

  4. Robear Says:

    Sugar: The Gateway Drug

  5. BrandonKayda Says:

    Anybody up?

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