Memories Of The Boardwalk

Trey and Giovanni Hidalgo - 10.31.10 (Michael Stein)


"Little Phish" 10.31.10 (B.Lovelace)


10.30.10 (Matt Wagner)

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639 Responses to “Memories Of The Boardwalk”

  1. c0wfunk Says:

    I think id take the utica split in a cage match over any jam ive heard in a really long time… especially if considered as a whole. The section after have mercy is the cats pajamas

  2. RamblinOnMyMind Says:

    Had the same question about why it has flown under my radar, @Cow. Possibly because a very casual surface listen makes it sound like some laid back southern bar band, but there’s so much more if you pay attention.

    @Lycan – I didn’t mean the Crosseyed lacked precision or excellent playing, just that the songs usually tossed around as tour standouts stray very far from the root of the song, ala Camden Chalkdust, DWD>WTU, Greek Light and Greek Simple, etc. “A groove get-down” is a great description.

  3. Lycanthropist Says:

    no doubt @Ramblin

    it def doesnt get too far out of a in-the-box jam. but that particular jam is so few and far between and one of my favorites.. that to get such a stellar version like that.. well definitely vaults it to the fall highlights catagory

  4. c0wfunk Says:

    Yeah southern bar band is exactly the perception I had.. a lot more going on here obviously…

    Lyc… best is tricksy of course.. as far as original albums my order would be something like white, darkside, remain in light, quadrophenia, columbus, exile, loaded

    Phish versions…
    Remain in light, columbus, exile, quadrophenia, loaded, white, darkside

    Very much a reflection of personal tastes there

  5. plord Says:

    Oh yeah. Utica Lope and AC ASZ>Bowie for sure.

  6. Lycanthropist Says:

    ha thats funny cow

    mine would be:

    original albums:

    Loaded, RIL, White Album, WfC, Exile, Quad

    Phish albums:

    RIL, WfC, Loaded, Exile, White, Quad

    sorry not a huge Who fan.

  7. c0wfunk Says:

    I am not always that into the who but quad. Really resonates with me for some reason. I wore that album out in the late 90s perfect soundtrack for my life at the time

    Is it me.. for a moment?

  8. butter Says:

    everyone’s already forgot about Carini>Bowie from Brim as a tour highlight???

  9. c0wfunk Says:

    Interestingly I first learned he cd remaster version of quadrophenia and later heard the original vinyl from the mfsl version… almost a different album the production is so different. I much prefer the original, the remaster really reflects 90s production style in a not good way… so if you haven’t heard the original version its worth a spin. Probably not going to overcome a general who aversion, though

  10. plord Says:

    Not to sort of repeat myself from a page back, but musicians in the crowd, go on and figure out the time changes (or, possibly but improbably, the “merely epic” syncopation…no, that’s some time signature changes, I’m sure of it) on Rocket in my Pocket.
    Gets me every time.

  11. butter Says:

    Jesus, Spanish Moon is waiting to be the next Tweezer

  12. ThePigSong Says:

    Just watched the dwd>wtu. Sickness!

    Can’t wait for this DVD!

    Listened to the exile set today, it holds up better than I remember. One thing I noticed is how much more they relied of the horns throughout the performance. Not so much on the wfc set, imo.

    A few other thoughts, but the site won’t accept posts from my computer for some reason.

    So cheers if this works from my phone!

  13. ThePigSong Says:

    Oh, and fall tour carini’s FTW!

  14. Mr.Miner Says:

    and on that note…

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