Turkey Tunes: Pt. 2

These Tunes Can Be Used for Football

Today’s playlist features more selections from Phish Thanksgiving history, all coming on the Wednesday before the holiday—just like today. Enjoy the tunes and have a great Thanksgiving! Download links to most of the shows from the last two playlists are below.

 

 

 

LINKS:

11.23.94 The Fox, St. Louis, MO

11.22.95 USAir Arena Landover, MD

11.27.96 Key Arena, Seattle, WA

11.26.97 Civic Center, Hartford, CT

11.25.98 “The Knick” Albany, NY

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Split Open and Melt” 11.26.97 I

Some first set fire from Hartford ’97.

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Free -> Llama” 11.22.95 II

After an aborted version of “Rift” opened the set, the band launched into the most exploratory “Free” ever played.

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Tweezer -> Sweet Emotion Jam -> Dwd Reprise” 11.27.96 II

Segments of this “TweezEmotion” jam from Seattle illustrate the band inching closer to the funk of ’97, while other parts are anchored by Trey’s arena rock growl. A powerful sequence of Phish that gets unnecessarily sped up at the end.

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David Bowie” 11.25.98 I

An intricate, yet heat-seeking, beast from the first set of Albany ’98. The band fires on all cylinders in this seething jam.

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You Enjoy Myself” 11.23.94 II

This standout version capped the sequence of “Tweezer > Lifeboy” featured yesterday.

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Piper” 11.25.98 II

Before “Piper” was a go-to jam vehicle…

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If I Could” 11.23.94 I

Probably my favorite Phish ballad, ’94 was a year filled with peak performances of the song.

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Run Like an Antelope” 11.22.95 I

The third song of Landover ’95—a raging “Antelope.

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924 Responses to “Turkey Tunes: Pt. 2”

  1. jtran Says:

    Never heard it on the auds. Trey yells out bek then counts it off before they drop into it. Love hearing these boards

  2. butter Says:

    very positive view of were social media is headed in 2012

    thought we could relate to this article around here with this being such a primarily positive place to hang out on the web

    http://www.economist.com/node/21537000

  3. plord Says:

    @sumodie that box set article taught me something! The Phil Spector box features a song by the Crystals called “He hit me (and it felt like a kiss)”. Spiritualized’s album _Amazing Grace_, which I now notice is crazy influenced by gospel and wall-of-sound production style, starts off with a single called “She kissed me (and it felt like a hit)”. I never would have made the connection.

    And, natch, Pierce takes a piece of pop masochism and turns it into a song about junk.

  4. Gavinsdad Says:

    Officially old: put in my first call to the cops cause a group of 30 teens were getting ready to fight outside my house. While I generally support teen fisticuffs, I had no idea of how the group was skewed, and didn’t want any 20 on 1 type shit going down while I sat idly by. I did the old open the door and glare type stuff (laughing at how ridiculous that sounds) but that didn’t really strike fear in them.

    So funny, hindsight is so clear at times like these. I can remember being a kid in a scene like that like it was yesterday…only it was 27 years ago.

  5. Gavinsdad Says:

    ^to be clear: I was never really a fighter and not much of an instigator, I only ever really “did what I had to do” a couple of times…but I’ve been in those group yelling and chest bumping flare-Ups too many times to count

    #dudeenergy

  6. angryjoggerz Says:

    Reposta!

    DJ Junior D
    ELECTRIC ASPHALT
    11.2011

    http://www.mediafire.com/?p628gw8i1qhdlhr

    1. Code X – B. Lewis
    2. Rockabye Baby – 14Kt
    3. Piranhas feat Blu & Sundown – 9th Wonder
    4. Everything is Fair (version) – A Tribe Called Quest
    5. Sumthing Nu – Knxwledge
    6. Like U Do – 14kt
    7. Remember Me – D Tail & Definite
    8. Caroline, No – Bullion
    9. No Guest List – Oh No
    10. 50,000 – med
    11. BB180 – Jon Wayne
    12. Pho – Knxwledge
    13. Gobstopper – J Dilla
    14. Wrong One (ft Wordsmith) – Marco Polo
    15. One 4 Steve El – Ras G & The Alkebulan Space Program
    16. The Final Hour (ft MF Doom) – King Geedorah
    17. Monosodium Glutamate – Metal Fingers
    18. The Arrival – Onra
    19. Zap – Danny Brown & Black Milk
    20. Special (ft Guilty Simpson & Paradime) – Dabrye
    21. Synth March – Paul White
    22. Free Mo – Hudson Mowhawke
    23. Another Bag of Bomb (No Seeds) – Madlib
    24. 10,000 Watts – J Dilla
    25. 40 Bus – Ras G
    26. Bricks – Samiyam
    27. High – Jonwayne
    28. Advice – Lmd (Lmno, Med And Declaime)
    29. Lovage – Metal Fingers
    30. Mighty Healthy – Ghostface/ Omer Saar

  7. Leo Weaver Says:

    “I did the old open the door and glare type stuff”

    ^we do this all the time in the ‘hood, with all the ne’er-do-wells and ruffians running about. then I go back inside and puff my herb.

  8. halcyon Says:

    “I did the old open the door and glare type stuff”

    In the winter I open the door and sometimes there are deer or elk in our parking lots. :)

    The Glare type stuff doesn’t work with them. Usually starting the car gets them moving about. 8)

  9. angryjoggerz Says:

    I call the cops on kids all the time, fuck em. That having been said, there is a shooting almost every day in my hood, so we call to get the cops on it as fast as possible.

    #lifeinthecity

  10. Leo Weaver Says:

    911 operators knew us at one point, still call pretty often. We never had shootings every day, but you could count on at least one a week the first year or so we lived there. There’s a bullet hole (and I assume bullet) in my front wall just to the left of our big living room window. Neighbor picked up 30+ casings in the street at the end of the block a few years back after a particularly rowdy night.

    #lifeinthelittlecity

  11. angryjoggerz Says:

    that little city shit is scarier than the big city shit. not sure why, but it is.

  12. EL Duderino Says:

    Charlotte for it’s size is, WAy more violent than Chicago IMO

  13. angryjoggerz Says:

    Very excited about this KP remaster of the Minneapolis show, looking forward to spinnin it. Thanks for that.

  14. voopa Says:

    Strangely enough, my little city between Sacto and Stockton has been pretty shooting free lately…last one I remember hearing was over 2 years ago, and all I’ve heard in the last 10 years have been single shots (of course there have been more than I’ve heard, but our locale would suppose a larger number).

  15. Mr palmer Says:

    Just left my high school reunion. I won’t be doing that again.

    Turns out I still dislike everyone 20 years later…go figure.

    A few interesting scenarios. Not worth the $80 it cost me.

  16. angryjoggerz Says:

    Mr. P… I warned you.

  17. MrCompletely Says:

    @kaya

    I and several other people I know experienced the same thing as you

    i was vegetarian for a fair number of years and it just wasn’t working for me healthwise

    as usual the truth lies somewhere in between

  18. MrCompletely Says:

    yeah fuck that whole reunion thing and the nostalgia it rode in on. I literally counted the days until I could get away from those people, the idea of seeking them out again is laughable, though I don’t mean that like I’m better than them or anything…after all I was selfconsciously opting into an outsider role the whole time. lot of them are probably fine folks. but there’s no connection and nothing to revisit.

    the few I want to have in my life are either in my life or gone for good.

  19. MrCompletely Says:

    and yeah…you can’t let that dumbass fight energy spiral out anymore. sucks cause then it just builds up. but there’s too much shootiness in the air these days. it really is different.

    The black kids i grew up around fought almost matter of factly. seemed like everyone eventually fought more or less everyone and no one held a grudge. The redneck kids had these weird packs happening and would fight each other in groups, or one on one when they were hammered. There was so much racial tension at the time that somehow the rednecks and black kids almost never fought each other, I think it was like mutually assured destruction, everyone knew that if it ever started it’d be really bad, and no one was really that tough, so it never did.

    The hippie kids never fought, even when they should have.

    Anyway while it did get ugly time to time of course mostly it was just blowing off steam, as young knuckleheads need to do. Now every third moron is sporting a piece they don’t really know how to use. Stupid.

    Fortunately I still have the nanotech plasma laser weaponry implanted in my irises from that time I spent running hyper-DMT for the Orion alien syndicate. So those punks with the guns don’t sweat me none.

  20. MrCompletely Says:

    damn I forgot about Bitch Magnet. Great sound. Kinda like some of the mid/late 80s Chapel Hill scene bands like Metal Flake Mother.

  21. Mr palmer Says:

    Yeah, there were probably 5 guys and 5 girls I wanted to say hello to. That took about an hour. Then I wanted out.

  22. MrCompletely Says:

    fuck yes finally a definitive Modern Jazz Quartet box

    that is something I need for sure

  23. MrCompletely Says:

    and that Jazz Icons DVD thing, from Trane to Freddie Hubbard, wow

    sounds like some good global releases too

    thanks for that link

  24. BingosBrother Says:

    “Fortunately I still have the nanotech plasma laser weaponry implanted in my irises from that time I spent running hyper-DMT for the Orion alien syndicate. So those punks with the guns don’t sweat me none.”

    Saw this movie on demand tonight.

    http://thespiritmolecule.com/film.html

  25. MrCompletely Says:

    i’ve been flipping through The Invisibles again recently

    http://nerdbastards.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/Invisibles-Lennonhead.jpg

    http://www.wired.com/images_blogs/underwire/2009/11/grant_illustration.jpg

    I dunno bout the rest of us but pretty sure Grant Morrison has DMT in his bloodstream

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