TTFF: Summer ’95

6.28.95—Jones Beach (Unknown)

Theme From the Bottom” 6.7.95 II, Boise, ID

A jam that veers into darkness during summer’s first show.



Harry Hood” 6.17.95 II, Bristow, VA

This intricate, multi-tiered “Harry Hood” punctuated a spectacular five shows in five nights.



Reba” 6.19.95 I, Noblesville, IN

A classic Summer ’95 version from the cornfields; a Blackboard favorite.



Antelope” 6.23.95 II, Stanhope, NJ

The centerpiece of Waterloo’s second set.



Stash > I Didn’t Know” 6.15.95 I, Atlanta, GA

Dark, eerie, Fishman on Trombone…



Split Open and Melt” 6.20.95 I, Cuyahoga Falls, OH

Phish served a hearty dose of psych-rock to close Blossom’s first set.



David Bowie” 6.13.95 II, Maryland Heights, MO

One of several exploratory “Bowies” from this summer.



Mike’s > H2 > Weekapaug” 6.10.95 II, Morrison, CO

This monstrous “Mike’s Groove” dominated the second set of Red Rocks’ second show.



Slave to the Traffic Light” 7.2.95 II, N. Fayston, VT

The Sugarbush “Slave.”



Type II Cast

Type II Cast: “The Story of the Ghost

A few nights ago, I sat down with host of Type II Cast, Stephen Olker, and guest Steve Tuzeneu to discuss the evolution of “Ghost” from its inception through today. Plenty of audio clips are included throughout the podcast to illustrate what we discuss. Check it out!

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382 Responses to “TTFF: Summer ’95”

  1. William H. Bonney Says:

    Long posts are good for late nite…..good stuff…….

  2. William H. Bonney Says:

    1. “Obscured by Clouds” Gilmour, Waters Instrumental 3:03
    2. “When You’re In” Gilmour, Waters, Wright, Mason Instrumental 2:30
    3. “Burning Bridges” Wright, Waters Gilmour, Wright 3:29
    4. “The Gold It’s in the…” Gilmour, Waters Gilmour 3:07
    5. “Wot’s… Uh the Deal?” Gilmour, Waters Gilmour 5:08
    6. “Mudmen” Wright, Gilmour Instrumental 4:20
    Side two
    No. Title Writer(s) Lead vocals Length
    7. “Childhood’s End” Gilmour Gilmour 4:31
    8. “Free Four” Waters Waters 4:15
    9. “Stay” Waters, Wright Wright 4:05
    10. “Absolutely Curtains” Wright, Mapuga tribe Instrumental, chant by Mapuga tribe 5:52

    “Free Four”/”Stay” (1972, U.S. only release)

  3. William H. Bonney Says:

    Florida Panther killer caught. Phish tie in, first person caught and charged with killing a Florida Panther Chief Billie…………

  4. William H. Bonney Says:

    nite all, one last floydish post, acoustic echoes…..

  5. xpun Says:

    thanks for the link will

    gilmour = best “hired” hand since han solo

    i really can’t req jack white and the raconteurs enough tonight. im sold

  6. ThePigSong Says:

    crazy long day, unwinding with this type ii cast. good stuff so far, thanks mm

  7. Mr.Miner Says:

    ^ cheers, been wondering what people think of it…

  8. Mr.Miner Says:

    the albums were based on roger’s concepts and songwriting. bottom line, he was the creative force behind the band after Syd left.

  9. MiA Says:

    -Which leads me to this: with so much apparent imbalance input lives
    that is outside if our control, it seems to me the only thing completely
    within our control is our perception of events. When we live in peaks and
    valleys of mental balance we force ourselves into a constant adjustment
    back toward te balance that makes life so much easier to cope with. If I
    can hold my mind in balance then the uncontrollable sources of imbalance become more manageable. Finding irony in frustration is almost a meditative self-flogging.

    Good post. Attitude is everything.

  10. angryjoggerz Says:

    Beautiful morning in Chicago! Riding my bike to kite festival with kidoo, super bonus of living 2 minutes from the lakefront. Hoping my legs will hold out – this workout is fucking killing me. I have seen hell and it is called lunges.

  11. angryjoggerz Says:

    Ps. Fela Kuti Live in Detroit 1986 that just dropped is HEAT. 2 cds… 4 songs. Now that is jamming.

  12. joe Says:

    quick morning tt anyone?

  13. Mr. Palmer Says:

    Have a great saturday. Beautiful day outside in the NE.

    Stuck alone with the kiddos most day. Wife’s uncle died the other day. Slipped getting out of a pool, banged his head, dead at 74. She’ll be at a memorial most of day.

    Tomorrow is not a given, live it up.

    Floyd convo has got me digging into the catalogue. Meddle is first….always

  14. phoammhead Says:

    < 20 days 'til ter

  15. kayatosh Says:

    morning all. great posts, esp. the stuff MIA highlighted. nice work, dognamed.

    attitude is everything. Life’s too short to be walking around grumpy and downtrodden.

    morning TT in full effect.


  16. ThePigSong Says:

    Finishing off the type ii cast with coffee this morning. How’s the bb this weekend.

  17. ThePigSong Says:

    What up phoammy? Down the road from ya this morning. Wish I was downtown, I imagine that’s a great place to be on a Saturday morning.

  18. angryjoggerz Says:

    :: feels proud of my daughter for sparking some heavy phishthoughts ::

  19. phoammhead Says:

    right on, piggio . . . we’re going to check out montford fest this morning . . . then a wedding this afternoon. absolutely beautiful in these here hills.

  20. Robear Says:

    Red Rocks ‘Mikes Song’…………….Eeeeeeevul

  21. William H. Bonney Says:

    “the albums were based on roger’s concepts and songwriting. bottom line, he was the creative force behind the band after Syd left.”

    Not really, and you don’t have to believe me. Roger thought the same thing and got his ass handed to him in court, much like Robear’s landlord, and ended up losing Pink Floyd to Gilmour/Mason.

    I have posted as many facts about the songwriting history of Pink Floyd which you seem to just ignore. So let me try it this way….about the Pink Floyd process other than “A piece for a Assorted Lunatic’s” which became DSOM which was hammered out on the road and The Wall which Roger did pre-conceive and won the rights too in court. Pink Floyd would meet in the studio have jam sessions and work out songs from them. Roger would usually write the lyrics and Gilmour/Wright composed the music. Take for example “Echoes” aka Son of Nothing and Return of son of Nothing…..Shine On You Crazy Diamond, You Gotta to Be Crazy and Raving and Drooling all came from 74 “jam sessions”. Pink Floyd. It is not like he showed up with these concept’s you mention, again other than the Wall and the Pro’s and Cons of Hitch Hiking which he had complete demo’s done for. Roger did try to write more songs for the Saucerful sessions, after the abrupt departure of Syd’s mental state…i would agree that from 77-80 Roger was the dominate force but to imply he was the sole creative force of Pink Floyd just shows a ignorance to the facts and is the reason did not win the rights to Pink Floyd, when he attempted to break it up. I doubt even Roger would make just claims today. If you haven’t heard the orginal version of DSOM aka A Piece for Assorted Lunatic’s check it out….the On the Run is out of this world….

  22. gavinsdad Says:

    no trainer but busted a run and stretching on this gorgeous S. Jersey morning. boys boys baseball games, possible Avengers viewing with oldest, and i dont know what else today.

    may see Calpain way late nite…Sammy Slice dj’ing his nite at the Barbary if anyone finds themselves in Phila.

  23. gavinsdad Says:

    SAT question:

    Mr. C is to GD minutiae as _________ is to Pink Floyd minutiae.

    think we can all answer this.

  24. xpun Says:

    “You can’t always control what happens to you. But you can control how you react to it, and in that, you will be mastering change rather than allowing it to master you.”

    a favorite quote of mine for awhile

    sorry for your loss plamer

    beautiful weekend here in va, soccer, wedding, more house hunting….

  25. joe Says:

    grumpy and downtrodden is the name of my next album.

    track one: money woes.
    track two: my lady gives me stress.
    track three: crap job lament.
    track four: out of weed.
    track five: stupid people everywhere I go.
    track six: mailbox blues (nothing but bills)
    track seven: achy knees can’t dance like they used to
    track eight: money woes reprise

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