The Final Night

“Oh Kee Pah > Yem” Part 1

“YEM” Part 2

“YEM” Part 3

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“Cavern”

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4,776 Responses to “The Final Night”

  1. MiA Says:

    NG, LNG is processed supercooled fuel.

    I was amazed driving through the shipping channel near Galveston and Houston and Clear Lake etc.

    Flares-offs everywhere. I asked a friend why so many, because it was a waste gas and cheaper to burn it than save it to sell it.

  2. MiA Says:

    Referring more to moving from oil to LNG to fuel cars trucks buses

    I knew that. Probably very difficult and not a good application for Natural Gas.

    We need to do some of these EB’s this weekend.

  3. jtran Says:

    caught up on my 6/23/12 hyperbole, now spinning YEM > set 2

  4. Jerome Garcia Says:

    Over some Masters viewing? Think people have my fat ass booked up this wknd…but I’ll check. Like where your head is at.

  5. Snow Says:

    6/23/12 was $$$. That show made convinced me mia really know how to pick his phish shows.
    I just don’t get ’12 over ’13. But have to admit the delta gets smaller as they age.

  6. dorn76 Says:

    A hearty “Fuck Off!” to ya Snow, my man!

  7. RoosterPizza Says:

    Greatest golf invention I have ever seen:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sSj8hyybMGs

  8. Stoney Case Says:

    Taze! That whale in Light so bad it was good! 😎

  9. RoosterPizza Says:

    Cincy 6/22/12 never gets old.

  10. MiA Says:

    Wow, phish ’13 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>Kid Rock

  11. jdub Says:

    so apparently Wombat at AC wasn’t the first time Abe Vigoda got a shout out from Phish. Goes back to ’88, but I’m sure all you geeks already new this.

    Go UConn…

    http://www.phishtracks.com/shows/1988-02-24/mustang-sally

  12. dorn76 Says:

    “Let it shine”.

    The new “One Shining Moment” did not live up to the epic nostalgic cheese of that classic ballad.

  13. MiA Says:

    Wanna see UConn win. If they play Kentucky like they did against Florida good chance.

  14. MiA Says:

    Fishman kills the trombone on that Sneaking Sally.

    Kinda weird. As much as I think Sneaking Sally is in a bigger rotation it seems like 3x a year. Except in ’11 where it was pretty common.

  15. Jerome Garcia Says:

    Wait what? Trombone on Mustang Sally linked above or some other unrelated Sneakin Sally? I’m easily confused.

  16. Bwana Says:

    Guess the Colorado kids are all about the electronic sounds. Tinariwen isn’t sold out, and I’ve got extras on my hands for their show this Friday April 11th at the Bluebird Theater in Denver.

    Hard copy tickets from TM, asking a bit less than face/fees for them. Any BB’ers in the area that want them let me know, had friends bail on me… I live in Boulder/Ned area or can mail them/paypal. Email if interested: mandersonbwana @ gmail. Cheers

  17. George W. Kush Says:

    nice rec a few back Stoney on Star Lake ’12 II. Hadn’t respun in way too long. Pretty pretty pretty good.That whole rust belt run was hot. little zombie plinko at the end of Light.

  18. jdub Says:

    @jg Trombone in the sneakin sally that comes after the mustang sally which is dedicated to abe vigoda on his 67th bday back in ’88\\

    hella game goin on. Love this Huskies squad, mature team with lightning quick speed in the backcourt vs the uber talented yet undeveloped bluebloods from kentucky.

  19. phishm Says:

    I do not like Kentucky. Never have. Never will. Just hang around a bunch of UK fans long enough and you will know what I mean. With that said, I’m not watching the game. Go Uconn.

  20. Bwana Says:

    Today in Phistory, from ZZYZX’s FB Page:

    “It’s kind of bizarre that one of the most important shows in Phish’s history happened on this date in 1989, but it’s one that has no recordings and only two known songs. It’s not about the music though.

    On April 7, 1989 Chris Stecher had to go to the bathroom during Colonel Forbin’s. Why is this important? He was the then lighting director of the band. He put an early fan named Chris Kuroda in charge of the board for the song (and the following Fly Famous Mockingbird). After the show Trey complimented “Steck” for his work there, only to have the future CK admit that it was him who lit that section.

    Not many people these days are able to hold down a position for a quarter century. CK might have to thank the God of Bathroom Emergencies for his break, but the rest of his success came from talent. All of us who have enjoyed his work over the years, need to celebrate this day. Traditionally it’s done by waiting for someone who holds down a job you’d be great at to relieve themselves, and then do a better job while they’re gone, but barring that, there’s always the plan of flicking a few lights off and on while listening to a great jam.”

  21. Joe Says:

    One shining moment is the encore, I believe.

  22. bobby weird Says:

    One shining moment best not be passee. Best sentimental ending ever. GO HUSKIES!!

    :: hates calipari cheat puke and every 1-done Ky team ::

  23. Ulysses S. Wingsuit Says:

    Seeing Phish at The Warfield and The Crest in 1993 was unique in that they were already playing larger venues on the East Coast, but they had all of their Big Show extras with them at the smaller (in general) West shows.

    Warfield specifically, I recall speaker stacks in the opera boxes, which was maybe the greatest thing ever for us in the balcony, but the coolest visual extra (aside from the crazy fog [mineral water vapor] and strobes during Mike’s) was seeing the whole theater lit up like an aquarium before the encores…special Phish logo gobos and muted colors and bubble patterns…the crew, specifically Kuroda were already killing it then, just like the band.

    I cannot believe that this is the 20th anny of the Spring ’94 tour.

  24. bobby weird Says:

    Also great CK5 nugget. Hopes it is true

  25. the Baker Says:

    UCONN,
    “Devotion to a Dream” .

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