Weekend Nuggets: Vintage Videos

“Reba” jam – 6.13.94, Kansas City, KS

“Harry Hood” jam – 11.16.1996, Omaha, NE

“Tweezer 12.6.97, Auburn Hills MI – Pt. 1

“Tweezer” Pt. II


1,018 Responses to “Weekend Nuggets: Vintage Videos”

  1. Mr. Palmer Says:

    ahh. the Fox in Atlanta. Giving those Georgians a treat this week celebrating 25 years.

  2. butter Says:

    been enjoying C’s new Fall 73 mix

    tried to digest that dark star the other night, crazy stuff

    that one def needs a 2nd spin, and as C says, sit down and give that one a proper

    just making it thru some of the other stuff, top notch versions of all songs basically

    stunning LLR

    cant wait to give that China Cat a proper

    thanks C

  3. Mr. Palmer Says:

    I thought the Fire on the Mountain and New Speedway Boogie from the Classic Center shows were pulled of fairly well. I was slightly concerned, then i heard Herring and it all made sense . Dude’s has serious chops…serious.

  4. butter Says:

    always been a big Row Jimmy fan, esp of that 73, 74 choice version on C’s mix

  5. EL Duderino Says:

    a place where i should have seen Phish in ’94 and ’95 🙁

    just didn’t pull
    the trigger

  6. fat bastard Says:

    yeah atlanta that gonna be hot. I listened to the first night again the Fire on the Mountain is pretty freaking good. they def went for that 77 type into and effects. some cool cats imo. tonight i wonder what they drop in the second set? being v-day maybe a love song? they love each other? rueben and cherise would be cool too

  7. butter Says:

    you know how you have those tunes that were your go to when you used to seesh out in cars in high school and college dorm rooms

    Row Jimmy was a big dorm roomer for me, the song just makes me want to puff

  8. butter Says:

    and enjoy life 🙂

  9. Mr. Palmer Says:

    I think its cool that they are paying homage to a bunch of influences on this string of 25th anniversary shows.

    For Whats Its Worth ( better known as “stop children , whats that sound” )
    Mr. Soul
    This Cruel Thing
    Goin Out West
    Fire on the Mountain
    Knockin Round the Zoo

    thats just night 1

  10. Mr. Palmer Says:

    I love Row Jimmy as well. @ Butter. great tune.

    FB- we better tone it down on the wsp talk. Before you know it we’ll start to hear how they don’t stack up to Phish. Well, duh? 😉

  11. fat bastard Says:

    hell yeah butter..mine was “free” in 1996 in the dorm rooms off billy breathes. and the first song on steel pulse true democracy.

  12. fat bastard Says:

    yeah yeah 25 years i’m doin some talking

  13. gavinsdad Says:

    least we know where AW will be for July 4th wknd….the Electric Forest muthafuckas!


  14. AintNoTele Says:

    wild pacific on hd theater plus this stream on the headphones is pretty tight

  15. gavinsdad Says:

    and just wrapped up a game of UNO with the whole fam. my wife and kids would never understand the insider jokes..

  16. Mr. Palmer Says:

    Explain the UNO shit to this noob. I never got it, nor really cared.

  17. gavinsdad Says:

    Broken heart don’t feel so bad
    Ain’t got half a what you thought you had
    Rock your baby to and fro
    Not too fast and not too slow

  18. gavinsdad Says:

    ^i know it’s sacriledge but i’m a serious set 1 GD guy. Row was one of my all timers. the list is pretty long tho.

  19. AintNoTele Says:

    GD: Whats you ghana special in your mediafire?

  20. AintNoTele Says:


  21. angryjoggerz Says:

    GD – what is the electric forest festival? I see it is in Rothbury, MI which is a fucking beautiful place. Know anything about this

    Last year I was up there with the fam and talked to someone who said that they were trying to get Phish for this summer, guess it is not going to happen… or is it?

  22. angryjoggerz Says:

    Ghana special is the heat.

  23. angryjoggerz Says:

    Doh, string cheese festival. Not what I am looking for. Bummer, cus that place is kicking it.

  24. gavinsdad Says:

    @aint no:

    from the soundways site

    Modern Highlife, Afro Sounds, Ghanaian Blues 1968 – 1981

    Soundway steps back into Africa with thirty-three original and previously un-reissued tracks from Ghana delivering a follow on of sorts from the hugely successful CD/LP Nigeria Special.

    Ghana Special represents nearly ten years of on-going research in and around the cities of Accra, Tema, Cape Coast, Takoradi and Kumasi, knocking on musician’s doors and visiting ex-distributors, DJs, collectors, manufacturers and shop owners who helped piece the story together.

    The roots of this project goes back to a pair of albums named Ghana Soundz (Volumes 1 and 2), which focussed solely on the ‘funkier’ side of the same period. Alongside new artists and groups, some other works of the many musicians and producers Cleret met whilst researching those records are also included here. Many of these tracks have remained only in people’s memories or in collections of LPs that sit unplayed: until now of course.

  25. gavinsdad Says:

    electric forest this year is SCI fest for the midwest. or where they put me when they wanna torture me to get the secrets.

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