MR. MINER'S PHISH THOUGHTS

7-4-2012 (George Estreich)

Tweezer” 9.3.11 II, Commerce City, CO

One of the most cathartic grooves in ages. This jam brought it all together at the first Dick’s stand.

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Simple” 8.6.10 II, Berkeley, CA

A very cool, experimental jam from The Greek.

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Disease -> What’s the Use?” 8.14.10 II, East Troy, WI

Perhaps the most natural transition of the modern era comes—and a fiery jam, taboot.

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A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing” 7.3.11 I, Watkins Glen, NY

The lone jam from the song following SPAC ’04, immediately integrated the ambient style from the Storage Jam the night before.

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Piper > Mist” 8.9.10 II, Telluride, CO

This “Piper” provided a seething centerpiece to the first night in the Rockies.

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Sneakin Sally” 6.4.11, Cuyahoga Falls, OH

This funk jam goes buckwild, transcending normal territory into dissonant, robo-grooves.

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Bathtub Gin” 8.7.09 II, George, WA

This “Gin” anchored a non-stop second set of this ’09 show that is still among the best of the modern era.

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Twist” 6.22.12 II, Cincinatti, OH

I recently wrote an entire piece on this jam.

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Waves” 6.28.12 II, Noblesville, CA

This late-set gem was the only “Waves” jam the band played last summer.

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Harry Hood” 6.2.09 II, Wantagh, NY

This was the first jam in 3.0 that I legitimately bugged on. An amazingly original take on a classic tale.

“Tweezer” 9.3.11 II, Commerce City, CO One of the most cathartic grooves in ages. This jam brought it all together at the first Dick’s stand. *** “Simple” 8.6.10 II, Berkeley, CA A very cool, experimental jam from The Greek. *** “Disease -> What’s the Use?” 8.14.10 II, East Troy, WI Perhaps the most natural transition …

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