Weekend Nuggets: NYE Clips

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967 Responses to “Weekend Nuggets: NYE Clips”

  1. Mr.Miner Says:

    shine a light 12/28 alac? anyone?

  2. butter Says:

    only mp3, sry

  3. Robear Says:

    not i said the guy with the mp3’s

  4. joe Says:

    3rded mp3 guy…getting new speakers (well, kick ass hand me downs) and a new receiver that might make it worth it to upgrade….

    and I’m pressing my gambling streak with the Ravens -3 today.

  5. joe Says:

    on that note, back to work. goodday all. peace.

  6. Robear Says:

    joe, did u go big on the seahawks?

  7. Mr. Palmer Says:

    I have 12.28 in alac. not sure how i would get you the Shine a Light file though? Glad to help if i can..

  8. butter Says:

    i do need a fan badge stripped from not hearing Hood in lossless yet 🙂

  9. Mr. Palmer Says:

    I can’t stand Keith O. But i happen to agree with him in that little speech. Sadly, this country seems to be on a collision course with a 21st century revolution.

    Been bumping those SPAC ’04 shows yesterday and today. Amazing stuff. On the Drowned now. DaYUM!

  10. Mr.Miner Says:

    ^ been talking about a revolution for while now…you can sendspace that individual track @ Palmer. will take you no more than 5 mins.

  11. Lumpyhead Says:

    I still haven’t heard the Augusta Reba lossless…

  12. butter Says:

    lets all calm down, a revolution could def get in the way of Phish tour

    sry for the MX link, bigjig and I’s wife down in MX, 3 coffee’s plus that story = paranoia

  13. Mr. Palmer Says:

    miner- did you get it? i put your email addy and downloaded file via sendspace. let me know if you see it. If not, i’ll copy and paste file on separate email,

  14. Mr. Palmer Says:

    miner- you should have mail

  15. Little Buddy Says:

    Listening the the Trey Princeton download for the first time. Really beautiful! Whole new appreciate for Summer of ’89.

  16. KfL Says:


    as far as i’m concerned the details of the tuscon shooting are inconsequential. the provocations to violence, both implicit and explicit, have been intensifying to an incredibly dismaying degree, along with the more general politics of hate and fear that drive so much of our politics. the shooting offers an opportunity or opening to shine a light on the state of contemporary american political discourse, and, hopefully, to begin to re-evaluate it.

    but unfortunately, once the story disappears from the headlines in a couple days, we’ll be back to politics as usual.

    and that’s all i have to say about that

    thanks for posting that vid miner

  17. sumodie Says:

    …just put out the cigs please

    welcome to North East indoor phish. My eyes & lungs took especially big hits at Augusta, Utica, AC, and MSG. Just like some rollers talk incessantly during the music, others opt for chain smoking cigs -yummy

  18. KfL Says:

    recall how many people have called for the death of julian assange over the last month

    and also how our democratic president claims the right to assassinate american citizens without the possibility of judicial review, thanks to the ‘state secrets’ privilege

    (to make sure the latter is clear: obama says he can kill anyone he deems dangerous, and no one can review his reasoning or actions)

    my hope is that the shooting will become a flashpoint to have frank discussion on the extent to which fear, violence, hate, and militarism drive american politics

    now i’m really done. no more politics talk. time for a hippie speedball 😮

  19. Robear Says:

    Kfl. word.

  20. Mr.Miner Says:

    got it @ palmer! thanks man.

  21. Mr. Palmer Says:

    no need to say more kfl. you pretty much nailed it. Very sad day for all americans. From every thing i’ve seen/read so far, it looks like the shooter was a nut job who took his political cues from many different angles, many of which conflict with one another.

    Lets hope some positive can be gained from such a horrific situation. All politicians should re evaluate how they conduct themselves and the type of rhetoric they spew.

  22. Mr. Palmer Says:

    cool @ Miner. 1st time i tried that. So simple even i could do it.

  23. Lumpyhead Says:

    Miner, when you said the 12-30 setlist was contrived, did you basically mean they played mostly popular songs?

  24. JerZ Says:

    So I’ve been thinking a lot the last couple days about a discussion about a discussion that people were having a couple days ago:

    A bunch of dude were bummed that with Dave Matthews not doing a summer tour that we might start getting the cargo pants/hair product/Natty Ice back on lot

    I am sure that I am in the minority- but I have missed them, and I hope that it happens. I have felt something missing from Phish lot since their return- and the biggest thing is- the lot scene has been weak- in my opinion. I have been to most of the favorite venues in 3.0- and my wife, who never saw Phish before 3.0 has never seen the all out lot party that I used to live for.

    I think that the lack of “those guys” has been a major contributor.

    Plus- I have seen my my home town kids, that fit that description, showed up to a show, only to have Phish wreck their lives and never be the same again.

    So- I hope that DMB’s hiatus brings back those kids back to lot- and not just so we can sell 2.4 gram eights

  25. Mr. Palmer Says:

    I don’t care who goes to the shows as long as they shut up and have respect for the band and others around them. Maybe some more chicks would be nice though… 🙂

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