The Final Night

“Oh Kee Pah > Yem” Part 1

“YEM” Part 2

“YEM” Part 3



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4,776 Responses to “The Final Night”

  1. Stoney Case Says:

    VW, et al,

    Moon Duo

  2. Berkeley Head Says:

    Hey @LU yeah I had a good time; there was a lot happening on stage… that’s for sure. & I kept wishing I’d worn a leisure suit or something. I felt old school discotech and I liked it. My buddy kept calling it “interesting,” but I also think he was expecting a Talking Heads cover or something.

    Whale = Donna Jean’s voice. (that was hilarious Stoney)

    I had GD tickets to Garden for Summer 95 that said “We’re gonna tear this old building down.” That show obviously never happened.

    Bomb Factory’s extremely talented but often overlooked little brother = 11/14/95 (stash is to tweezer….)

  3. the Baker Says:

    Good dad’n

  4. phishm Says:

    I get all the amazing Carini’s confused as each was really good over Summer and Fall. This one just blew my mind. So good I have to listen to it again to see if it happens again. Some unreal music being made. I can’t wait for Summer.

  5. MiA Says:

    Looking forward to the LU bayou report

  6. MiA Says:

    And JG’s. Guys got a ton of great music. Good way to start the summer!

  7. George W. Kush Says:

    Nice Palmer. That Crosby album is just a top notch album. “Laughing” at full volume never ceases to give me the chills.

  8. dorn76 Says:

    Gloomy day. Got hung up at home drinking coffee. Spliff.

    The Legend of Sun Ra approaching 100.

  9. sumodie Says:

    Plord was repping that Crosby album a while back. Need to check that one out

    Yeah, The Temples album is enjoyable 60s Brit psych pop, def not exceptional. Kinda surprised at the attention they’re getting on the webz but I figure it’s about the lead singer’s white afro. Not nearly as good as Tame Impala’s albums, but sounds like they can play live.

    Listen to the Zombies’ Odyssey & Oracle if you want to hear the OG Brit psych pop sound. As good as Love’s Forever Changes

  10. sumodie Says:

    The Zombies’ lost classic:

  11. sumodie Says:

    What?!? You don’t know Love – Forever Changes….?

  12. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    some good phishtory to spin today on a day I am working from home

    92 North Tonawanda, NY – solid affair for the times. gotta check the Reba and YEM and Bowie gets the typical SL in the intro. otherwise just your standard fare though you get some tunes that are all but gone these days including one of those Trey-kid-named songs…

    93 Durham, NH – tour closer and a hidden gem of a show if you don’t know it even though you should. speaking of, this one begs to be an archival release someday. anyway, aside from the obviously awesome Bowie->Jessica (jam)->Bowie->Have Mercy->Bowie you get a full throttle Stash sandwiched around a Kung, a Coil with an actual outro jam (that hints at a debut to come later) that bleeds into BBJ, the debut of the cover of Crossroads in Mike’s, an It’s Ice with a jam that would hint at things to come for this song in the fall and into ’94, and yes even a jam out of Amazing Grace as they cap the set and tour in style. There’s a pretty solid aud up on the tracks too

    94 Austin, TX – it is hard to match what happened the previous night in Dallas, for sure, but this one has some moments. Stash nods to the Cannonball from the previous night, YEM has a couple of teases (including what we could see as foreshadowing now as only a few weeks later the Mission Impossible theme teased here would play a big role in the OJ show up in Milwaukee), and the Lope is a shredded beast of a version that will do you better than that cup of tepid coffee lingering on your desk.

    time to get this thing going.

  13. vegas wolfmans Says:

    5/8/93 did get the official release. Think I had the “compact discs” of this one. Great show. The 2nd set Bowie madness is sick.,350/Phish-mp3-flac-download-5-8-1993-UNH-Fieldhouse-Durham-NH

  14. Jerome Garcia Says:

    Morning fLuffinaires from the JFluffer. Slow moving this AM aft drive from Htown to ATX last nt. Took awhile to fall asleep & had some crazy dreams. Still tum pluckered…gonna take me a bit to get out daily reviews but I’m going to go out & achieve anyway.

    David Crosby If I Could Only Remember My Name

    Spinning it ahora.

    jdub your lil gal rocks!

  15. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    oh sweet. didn’t realize that VW. thanks!

  16. vegas wolfmans Says:

    TIII- Spinning now. Sounds great! #kevorkian’d

    Have a good day y’all.

  17. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    and I also forgot to point out how great the reba is in that 5.8.93 show. gee, I’m slipping.

    looks like that release included some nice filler tracks including that YEM with Col. Bruce and the DoL from Albany that same week. those tracks aren’t in the Leaked SBD comps from what I can see.

  18. Spasm Waiter Says:

    Been 20 years since I heard that Crosby album. Was one of my best bud’s goto for a few summers… Thanks Palmer…

  19. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    the VJ in the 5.8.92 YEM is pretty humorous if you are into that sort of thing. plus the preceding YEM is pretty on point as they were at the time.

  20. tzara's Says:

    Mornin’ all. Loving these psych recs. Heading to NYC on Saturday and found out Of Montreal is playing about a 10 minute walk from the hotel. Sold out, but thinking I might try and buy one there. If you like Tame Impala and the Flaming Lips you might like this:

    Hey @Spasm and @ren, will be texting you soon with some deets. @Aqua, hit me up if you still want to come down: ratdecave04 at the yahoo.

  21. dorn76 Says:

    Makes you poo.

  22. Kaveh Says:


    ^ Great Stash!

  23. sumodie Says:

    T3 continues to amaze with his phishtory skillz. Nicely done!

  24. tela's_muff Says:

    PT started a thread about DeerCreek in the 90’s. it’s stirred some memories. DC in the 90’s was Phish to me. if those were the only shows i had under my belt, i’d be happy. think i’ll spin all of them the rest of the week.

    6/19/95 – Reba, Bowie, YEM. all noteworthy highlights.

  25. Stoney Case Says:

    Good call, Tela’s! The quintessential Reba, to me. First set non-stop scorcher, then the dive into slowed down psychedelia for set 2.


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