Keepin’ the Jams Flowin’

PNC 2011 (Chris LaJaunie)

Wilson -> Antelope” 10.13.95 II, Ft. Worth, TX

Need a kick start to your hump day? Here you go.

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Ghost” 11.19.98 I, Winston-Salem, NC

“Ghost” and 1998 go together like bread and butter. Check out this late first-set version from Winston-Salem.

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Suzie Greenberg > Caspian” 11.13.96 II, Minneapolis, MN

A tremendous jam where the band lets loose on “Suzie.” Maybe they could do this more often?

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Tweezer” 11.3.96 II, Gainesville, FL

Phish kept Karl Perazzo on tour for the Florida shows after Halloween as they began the their transition into a groove machine.

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My Left Toe -> Velvet Sea > Bug” 7.7.99 II, Charlotte, NC

Early in Summer ’99, Phish began working “My Left Toe” into rotation. Here is the second version ever played from late in Charlotte’s second set—a smashing frame of Phish from start to finish.

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Runaway Jim -> Free” 7.18.99 II, Volney, NY

An afternoon delight in the sweltering heat of Oswego.

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Reba” 12.7.95 II, Niagara Falls, NY

Phish’s performance on December 7, 1995, featured all-time versions of “Split,” “Mike’s Groove,” and this spectacular “Reba.”

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Mike’s Song” 10.29.96 II, Tallahassee, FL

With Karl Perazzo on stage for the show before Halloween, the band slips into a “Houses In Motion” jam in this big time “Mike’s Song.”

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Harry Hood” 8.10.97 I, Noblesville, IN

Ending the first set in Deer Creek, Phish played a gorgeous, emotional and divergent “Harry Hood.” If you have never heard this one, put your headphones on.

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268 Responses to “Keepin’ the Jams Flowin’”

  1. Guyute711 Says:

    Taking care of kids and watching grandkids? That sounds like fucking torture. I guess I’m on the right path for me.

  2. Elementset Says:

    if you watch the relix interview with trey, you might observe what seems to be a relatively insecure man, self conscious and playing with his hair too much. trey is an artist and i am dismayed that he has confused this gift with some false responsibility to be “an entertainer.” he alwasy talks about meditating before a show and imagining some dude in the crowd who is having a bad day or bad stretch of life and his responsibility to perform his best for that person … i always admired that attitude and hopefully he is imagining a jam snob this summer who is depressed about trying to figure out why he can’t figure it out

  3. sumodie Says:

    It has been very liberating (& difficult) mentally freeing myself from society’s norms & expectations of what i should be & do

    wished i’d been able to do so when i was an undergrad, then again the learning process never ends (if you’re lucky)

  4. tela'smuff Says:

    i didn’t say taking care of them G! just playing with them. big difference.

  5. Multibeast Says:

    Hey Telas, CO BB Brethren and any one else who is fan of Bluesky. Bluesky Greengrass just announced that they will be playing State Bridge, a venue off of the CO River on 7/29. This place is dope. Pretty free wheeling anything goes kind of venue. We try to go a show once a year and fit in some whitewater rafting. You can pull you raft right up to the venue area. Great camping options near the venue or even at the venue.

    Here is the link…BB roundup on the river??:
    http://statebridge.com/

  6. stapes Says:

    Can’t I live while I’m young?

  7. IrieWalton Says:

    Excellent, G.

    If you’ve never seen Shadow before you’re in for a treat and some auditory twisting of the senses as well.

  8. tela'smuff Says:

    @elementset – you seemed to be fixated on Trey playing with his hair.

    @multi – i’ll be up at the Carbondale Mountain Fair that weekend with wife and kid brushing off the ills of babylon with all the other aging 8-5 freaks.

  9. stapes Says:

    I wish the Mish would take a cue from State Bridge.

  10. Multibeast Says:

    I have not even checked, does the Mish have a line up out yet for this summer?

  11. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    I will be disappointed if a wook’d version of these doesn’t show up on tour this summer. make it happen, people. patchwork corduroy armpit pants ftmfw

  12. stapes Says:

    I think there are a few shoes announced @ multi

  13. stapes Says:

    Shows*

  14. tela'smuff Says:

    i just watched this interview with Trey, i assume the one Robear is talking about where the girl is interviewing him and two other musicians? posted on jambands.com

    i guess i don’t get what the problem is with this interview, at all. he seems to be an incredibly interesting guy to talk to about music, in all of its forms, and he really gives serious thought to his answers. seems like he’d fit in on this board perfectly. his comment about writing 2 minute songs with one chord i think was in jest, as he was making a point about what motivates song creation. he played with his hair for about 8 seconds out of maybe 10mins of interview time. no idea what the issue is with this interview.

  15. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    Mishawaka shows

  16. Phamily Berzerker Says:

    tt sesh still ambling along

  17. Multibeast Says:

    Here is what they have at the Mish so far. Pretty decent actually.
    http://themishawaka.com/52/2012%20Season%20Highlights/

    I prefer a Sat night show over a Fri or Sun. Motet is playing 6/16

  18. Multibeast Says:

    Thanks t3

  19. stapes Says:

    Thanks Tiii.
    Hornsby could be interesting at that place. Looks like Greensky is there a few days before State Bridge.

  20. stapes Says:

    Seems like new ownership at the Mish is trying to do some things.

  21. voopa Says:

    Mahna mahna

  22. Gavinsdad Says:

    Let your life proceed by its own design.

    (and network like a motherfucker)

  23. lumpyhead Says:

    I’m with Gdad (based on the very little I’ve learned so far)

  24. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    What you know is nice but who you know is essential

  25. tela'smuff Says:

    true dat T3

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