Universal Frequencies

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  1. albert walker Says:

    I been pimpin light DWD hard lycan

    Kinda all that matters, no?

  2. butter Says:

    the Trey that plays less notes during that Tweez……thats fo sho….but what he DOES play is sublime

    he made up for it in the Ghost forget and walls the next night 🙂

  3. albert walker Says:

    Nice robear

    Reading shit for work
    Spinning euro 72
    Bears bullshit
    Sour tubes

    .lame day

  4. butter Says:

    Walls is the new song Trey is trying to break his guitar during…

  5. Lycanthropist Says:

    llfa @ AW

    yeh just super subtle awesomeness going on in that light…

    the synth work page does just prior to the DWD reprise is so gooey.

  6. Mr.Miner Says:

    was gonna say, i dont see that tweeze as being minimalist Trey, just an example of a patient Trey playing every single note perfectly and in the right place.

  7. Mr.Miner Says:

    yeah, page’s spacey washes amidst dwdprise = $$$$

  8. Lycanthropist Says:

    i agree that its perfect note placement by trey @miner..

    but that is definitely some minimalist playing, at least for Trey. It was very subdued. I remember thinking during the stream, “Trey is about to screw this up with too many notes,” but being pleasantly surprised with his patience and reserve. Made for a beautiful group peak that was greater than the sum of its parts.

  9. Mr.Miner Says:

    Trey was the key to that jam being awesome. And not just what he wasnt playing 🙂

  10. win butler Says:

    Mr.Miner Says:
    September 11th, 2011 at 9:16 am
    was gonna say, i dont see that tweeze as being minimalist Trey, just an example of a patient Trey playing every single note perfectly and in the right place.

    ^hey, even the host gets it wrong sometimes!


  11. Mr.Miner Says:

    wow, dick.

  12. bob dylan Says:

    driveby from work: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbU_YxXgjbI

    ^fits the topic of today

  13. Mr.Miner Says:

    I see minimalist Trey playing as in Tahoe Light, when he’s not even playing notes.

  14. Lycanthropist Says:

    true trey guided that jam, with a HUGE assist from Page on the piano.

  15. bob dylan Says:

    ^Phish – UIC – Undermind / Unarian UFO Connection?

  16. Mr.Miner Says:

    There is never a point where Trey isn’t leading/directing that Tweeze.

  17. Mr.Miner Says:

    @lycan agreed.

  18. Robear Says:

    Miner, Trey lays down a couple perfect loops early on. Trying to think of another recent jam that does this……

    One of the big Simples from last year I think. Blossom or Greek.

    I know why u love Island Roses so much.

    Agree, it’s what he does play that makes IT. Not too many notes, not too few.

  19. butter Says:

    but Trey does come in with a to die for lead none the less, so i see what Miner is saying

    right when you think the blissful groove couldn’t get any better, Red comes in with the most beautiful use of (flute midi?) little gentle stand alone staccato notes, eva – atop that melodic beauty

  20. Lycanthropist Says:

    Light is also def minimalist Trey.

    Trey made that jam work now doubt, by employing minimalist poise and focused direction. Nothing was over the top, and each phase of the jam was subtle shifts of pattern. Nothing forced, few notes. Pretty much textbook minimalism IMO.

  21. Mr.Miner Says:

    he doesnt set loops until the second section of the jam, post his rolling guitar peak out of the initial section…

  22. Robear Says:

    Will watch again. I thought he set the first loop right after the verses, while Mike is massaging our chakras.

  23. Mr.Miner Says:

    he loops that “midi” section and another phrase and then “finger picks” or plays that melodic ending solo over his loops.

  24. Lycanthropist Says:

    no doubt*

  25. win butler Says:

    They better fuck up Glide again next week.

    Here we are, arguing over who set which loop when!?

    Good timz in Phish world!


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