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. Jerome Garcia Says:

    6/19/95 Reba you say smuff? Don’t mind if I do. Might as well take the 5/8/93 Reba to the dome while I’m at it what w/ it being an ‘ophicial’ release & what not. Durham ’93 Reba:

    kayavape were you at 5/8/93 from back in your collegiate days?

  2. Kaveh Says:

    Here is the whole show:

  3. vapebraham Says:

    different Durham, jg.

  4. Jerome Garcia Says:

    ^d’oh! Durham NH vs Durham NC. Sorry vapeski.

  5. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    re: dorn’s psilo post

    an oldie but goodie

  6. vapebraham Says:

    spin 12.31.13 coil. love page’s passion. shakes trey out of his solo w/ fervor. and when it’s just page, he delivers a sparkling gem of solo baby grand. classic version; $$$.

    previously spun 10.27.13 Fee — another classic version w/ a meatstick melody flavored outro. cool things come out of these softer phish tunes.

    have 11.14.95 in the car. yall know about the stash faced bioy and the imiigrant yem, but check that maze. classic. dynamics.

  7. Jerome Garcia Says:

    dorn76 Says:
    May 8th, 2014 at 7:33 am

    Makes you poo.

    ^well there’s nothing in that article that touches on making one poo but I can tell you from experience that it does in fact happen. Case in point 1st night of Festivus at the Leaf…had to take a walk around the block & have a not so pleasant experience in a portolet 😯 But thankfully afterwards I was right as rain & rocked it until sunrise.

    Also sweet ass Bowie>Jessica>Bowie on that 5/8/93 New Hampshire show.

  8. dorn76 Says:

    Nothing in the article. But plenty of anecdotal excrement…

  9. vapebraham Says:

    In addition to lavishing the audience with gratitude, trey says on 10.31.13 that the band was about to go into the studio to work on the new album, the tunes performed in the set represented “the bulk” of that prospective album and that they “haven’t even started working on the record yet.” one well-intentioned fan interpreted that info. as meaning that work on the album was effectively finished. many hear scoffed at such a notion, a battle of wills ensued, and insults were exchanged. BB lore.

  10. vapebraham Says:

    speaking of deliciously crazy stash’s – see 2.21.93.

    93 phish is the sweetspot.

  11. dorn76 Says:

    In the can.

    On the crapping room floor.

  12. vapebraham Says:

    superb sounding GD show from ’84. show is $$$. many highlights, but check jerry in dear mr. fantasy.

  13. vapebraham Says:

    10.23.13 gumbo — $$+. ultimately finds its stride and then delivers w/ pep and bounce. hip-hop pocket. clav workout. doesn’t go out, but goes deep within.

  14. little umbrellas Says:

    ‘ Got hung up at home drinking coffee. Spliff.
    The Legend of Sun Ra approaching 100’

    ^that sounds pretty nice to me. Home, coffee, spliff, Ra=Win. Home it’s where I want to be but I guess I’m already there.

  15. tela's_muff Says:

    Stoney – that 6/19/95 Reba really is a quintessential Phish jam. it can’t be pamped enough.

  16. vapebraham Says:

    7.15.98 Free (out of tweezer) – a $$$ slow funk groove. get your head bounce on.

  17. vapebraham Says:

    6.19.95 tela, reba, simple>bowie, mango — all $$$.

  18. little umbrellas Says:

    Love ‘A Joyful Noise’. A great watch, was one of the first DVD’s I ever bought, probably back in 01.

    I’ll build a world of abstract dreams
    And wait for you.

  19. Jerome Garcia Says:

    6/19/15 Reba

    One of the first few Rebas rec’d for the Reba Listening Project

  20. Type III Jamming Personality Disorder Says:

    I, for one, can’t wait for the 6/19/15 Reba.


  21. Jerome Garcia Says:

    ^believe it was initially rec’d by telas; makes sense.

  22. vapebraham Says:

    thanks for the sun ra article. loved this bit:

    Sun Ra wanted to show his audiences an expression of pure possibility. And yet the Arkestra was more for the musicians than the audience. Musicians lived together — for a long while in a building Sun Ra bought on Morton Street, in the Germantown area of Philadelphia — worked together, thought together. When they weren’t onstage, they were rehearsing. They played music in place of social activities, in place of sleep. The Arkestra breathed music together, abandoned themselves to it, like one single enlightened organism with Sun Ra as their guide.

    ^^^ that’s dedication to craft.

  23. Stoney Case Says:

    the antelope from that deer creek show, also scorches. as they did. in ’94

    quality = low on

  24. tela's_muff Says:

    i’m not sure i can claim the original rec for the Reba. SnubbyCase has been all over that one from day one.

  25. dorn76 Says:

    JF ’14 Wolfman’s was semi-swanky. In the box, but got the place moving. Trey sounds almost nimble fingered. Different guy from the trainwrecked Hood later on.

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