TTFT: A Dip Into Fall ’94

Reba” 10.18 II, Nashville, TN

A soaring second setter.

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Disease -> Have Mercy -> Disease” 11.12 II, Kent, OH

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Mike’s Song -> Simple” 11.16 II, Ann Arbor, MI

A colossal exploration of “Simple” highlights this set-opening combo.

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Halley’s > Tweezer” 11.2 II, Bangor, ME

Ushering in the outstanding month of November ’94, the Bangor “Tweezer”—the first truly monstrous version—set a new standard for exploration from their soon-to-be cosmic vehicle.

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Harry Hood” 10.20 II, Louisville, KY

A phenomenal version within a run of stellar October “Hoods.”

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Peaches > David Bowie” 11.14, Grand Rapids, MI

A quintessential Fall ’94 “Bowie;” a version that was building towards Minneapolis’ epic twelve days later.

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Run Like An Antelope” 12.9 I, Mesa, AZ

A desert standout at the tail end of tour—remastered by Kenny Powers.

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440 Responses to “TTFT: A Dip Into Fall ’94”

  1. lot rat Says:

    moving back east end of june, so sick if i could hit deer creek>alpine on my way home. I did Furthur/Dead reunion gig in 2002 at alpine on my move out to SF. Almost got pinched trying to score a bag of kind in the lot…then got kicked out of bong state rec area at 430 am.

    Time to settle some scores….

  2. JeffieM Says:

    No way you can not redeem yourself after that, lot rat

  3. Mr.Miner Says:

    the things i’m “sure” of, to recap—

    woostaroo

    AC

    Creek Alpine Weekend

    Leg two starting late august (18?) with a run in a city that rhymes with major league outfielder, Ben Francisco.

  4. PrinceNabby Says:

    That’s plenty enough to be happy being “sure” about!
    (at least for a start…)

  5. lumpyhead Says:

    oh reeeeeally?? gotta believe that’d be the greek then yeah? or did you already say that?

  6. lumpyhead Says:

    moving back east end of june, so sick if i could hit deer creek>alpine on my way home. I did Furthur/Dead reunion gig in 2002 at alpine on my move out to SF. Almost got pinched trying to score a bag of kind in the lot…then got kicked out of bong state rec area at 430 am.
    Time to settle some scores….

    ^funny

  7. voopa Says:

    Beginnings

  8. garretc Says:

    The 18th of August?!?! (potentially)

    Fuck yeah! That would be before classes start! Woot

    Bay Phish, hella down for that

  9. Tom Says:

    Alright, a reference to a Bluejays player. I’ll take it

  10. Snigglebeach Says:

    Summer Worcester show seems odd, but I pray these are accurate. Centrum is best place to see phish.

    Actually went to a monster truck show there last weekend with my buddy and his 6yo. Was very weird being in that building with little kids and red necks everywhere. Couldn’t find a tab or tank anywhere…

  11. IrieWalton Says:

    Watup BB Massive,

    Greetings from Portland, Orygun.
    We landed on Tuesday night and have been getting settled.
    So good to be back in Rip City.

    Also great to hear about west coast Phish dates.

    Life is rich. Live it up!

  12. BingosBrother Says:

    Deer Creek. Merica. Bitches.

  13. jerseyjim Says:

    and so it begins…10 yr old daughter helping me load some music onto her ipod, and she accidentally clicks on Halley’s Comet (’94 TYMM), and admits…”this is the one Phish song that i like.” (she’s got the sass thing down cold!)

    so of course, i am now in the midst creating of an Astronomy playlist for her (me)…Across the Universe/ Venus and Mars are alright, Sun it Rises…valleys of neptune, gotta be some Milky Way tunes out there…

    any suggestions would be welcome…only catch: it’s gotta be somewhat kid-friendly (not ready for Life on Mars…!)

    harkening back to the earlier thread…two daughters…this is how i stay connected…before the teens arrive. (katy perry never clubbed any baby seals…)

  14. Fragernackyl Says:

    11/14/94 was my first show! I had no idea what to expect, but my brother told me I HAD to see this band. I was hooked! Acutally listening to that show now I have much more appreciation for it and what was going on than when I was there because it was all so new to me.

    Thanks for posting some great tunes from this Phan’s cherry-popper show, Mr. Miner!!

  15. Mr.Miner Says:

    comedy

    http://www.xtranormal.com/watch/6971123/mr-miner-meets-antelope-greg

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