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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by DUCKMOUTH, Jan 12, 2010.
Flodown opener from last night.
I wish they would drop the Green River cover. The jam is fine but the arrangement just seems vanilla compared to their other covers.
Really the only thing they do I don’t like is Lead The Way. I enjoy the green river cover.
That No Rain from the other night was amazing. Ricks guitar playing over that and Wysteria was beautiful.
Watching last nights show at some point today
I developed a little soft spot for Lead The Way after learning it was about Rick’s dog dying.
Old but relevant after they played it last night
It is officially going down. Remain in mfn light
14 and 18 are the two Halloween shows I’ve attended. 96 is by far my favorite 1.0 musical costume. Can’t fucking wait. Going to be a good night. Got one last hit I’ve been saving for the right occasion. This is probably going to be it.
Holy shit What’s the Use with strings. Now this is cool
I’ve never been fortunate to catch Trey with an orchestra, but after COVID if we could get a Trey + strings tour, that’d be pretty cool. I love Ray and Russ and the rest of TAB, but seeing him play What’s The Use and If I Could with strings was the best interpretation of some phish songs that I’ve seen in a while.
Saw him play with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra a few years back. It was really wonderful.
I listened to recordings from some of his first orchestral shows, but after seeing that and obtaining a better appreciation of music generally, Trey + orchestra/strings is something I’d travel for. That Lizards was also fantastic.
Shout out to STS9 Axe The Cables... also great
Favorite Trey show was probably with the Trio at Terminal West. Solo acoustic at the Ryman was awesome too. I’d definitely travel within a reasonable distance for those too.
I missed the first two weeks, but this is actually really enjoyable. Very laid back and chill, but it’s like Trey is hanging out in my apartment. He’s reading the chat stream and joking about folding clothes and cooking and shit.
“Yes you CAN spatchcock a possum.....but I don’t want you to.”
Now you’ve got me reminiscing. My first Trey show was 4/30/05 late night Jazz Fest. Was the first time anyone from Phish had played together since Coventry. I will never forget eating a little piece of paper leaving the Fair Grounds and being somewhat concerned as the balcony was moving quite a lot during Sneaking Sally
Saturday, Apr 30, 2005
State Palace Theatre New Orleans, LA
Entire second set featured Cyril Neville, Greg Davis, Roger Lewis, Dave Grippo, and Michael Ray.
*Sunpie Barnes on vocals and accordion
%Dave Matthews on vocals
$Mike Gordon on bass
^Peter and Mike both on electric basses
^^Trey and Mike duet on acoustic guitars
@Ivan Neville on keys
01 - In The Light (Led Zeppelin)
02 - Drifting
03 - What's Done
04 - Cincinnati >
05 - Low
06 - Come As Melody
07 - Bunny Bread* (Sunpie)
08 - Tomato Song* (Sunpie)
09 - I Am The Walrus (The Beatles)
01 - My Feat Can''t Fail Me Now (Dirty Dozen Brass Band)
02 - Big Chief (The Meters)
03 - Hey Pocky A-Way (The Meters)
04 - Foxy Lady (Jimi Hendrix)
05 - Sneakin' Sally Through The Alley$ (Alan Toussaint)
06 - Three Little Birds$% (Bob Marley)
07 - Thank You (Fallettin’ Me Be Mice Elf Again)^% (Sly & The Family Stone)
01 - Old Habits^^ (Hank Williams
02 - Jr.)
03 - 46 Days$
04 - Fire on The Bayou @$> (The Meters)
05 - Wang Dang Doodle @$> (Willie Dixon)
06 - Fire On The Bayou @$ (The Meters)
$30 for a year of nugs.net let’s goooo
Damn what a steal
How much am I paying for Livephish?
Happy with Relisten, so never really considered buying LP
So far heard stash and axilla on TNF. And I think Tallboy or ain’t life grand. Can’t remember which
Happy Hour Hero by moe, too. Axilla is on regular rotation - i think they did it 2 weeks ago.
Yeah it’s been going on for a while right? Still catches me a little off guard when I hear it though
Same. I get shit in a group text for calling it out after a few beers, too
Fox has some producer that is obviously into the scene. The world series had Phish/Dead going in and out of commercials all the time
Cross posting this because Aretha Franklin belongs in the superior music thread. Had never heard this song before, but it led me to checking out some stuff I hadn’t listened to in a while. Aretha was so incredibly talented back in the day
For the southern contingent (that’s Duane Allman on guitar)
Personal fav I first heard on The Bunny during Magnaball
back to your regularly scheduled programming
Can never go wrong with the first dance song at my wedding
Noticed that as well.
This isn't really "jamband" music, but it's really fucking good music and I needed somewhere to grieve. And this thread is my safe space on TMB.
Jerry Jeff Walker died this past Saturday, and it's hit me harder than any musician death in recent memory. Houser, Jerry, Dr. John, Greg Allman, and Richie Hayward. were all hard on me, but this one may be the roughest. His music was basically the soundtrack to my childhood. All of my favorite memories with my Dad tended to have his music playing in the background.
If you're not familiar with him, check him out (live tracks only). He's the original outlaw country musician, but his music covered a lot of genres. He was also a badass and could party anyone, even his friend, Hunter S. Thompson, under the table.
I've been down a rabbit hole listening to his music and interviews all week. I found these two tracks he recorded a few months ago, with no voice left (surgery and chemo/radiation on a tumor located on his voice box) and knowing he had very little time left. Teared me up. Reminded me of Warren Zevon's last album
His early career is littered with these types of stories:
"One oft-repeated episode at the Castle Creek in Austin saw Walker show up in a bathing suit, vest, cowboy hat and boots after “drinking Brandy Alexanders all day long,” according to Nunn.
“Two, three songs in, some girl hollered out, ‘Get off the stage, you drunk son of a bitch!’ And he said, ‘Fuck you. You ain’t got any beer, you ain’t got any cocaine, you ain’t got any pussy. You ain’t got anything I want,'” says Nunn, with a peal of laughter. After Walker fell over into the drum kit, the rest of the band got up and left him onstage by himself. “He ended up staying up for two or three days after that.”
I also read a story where he got beat up by a bunch of Hell's Angels bikers at a bar in NOLA. While getting his face bashed in, he yelled "I've been beat up by rodeo clowns who packed a harder punch than you pussies!" He later woke up in the hospital.
Jake Jolly is the Fox producer
Listening to Fall 73 Dead with this weather outside is a borderline religious experience. Full WRS starting right now.
This opening to the Beacon jams
Goose has terrible lyrics ala phish. Time to Flee being one of the worst. Wish I had seen them when they came pre-covid as I really dig them.
Quantegy was awesome.
Goose probably has the best lyrics in the scene. If Time to Flee is your measuring stick, you need to listen to more Goose
I’ve been wondering lately if the goose contingent itt just blows by the Phish posts without reading like I do the goose posts
You’re missing out - Goose is awesome
Came to make a similar post. 10/29/73 on the patio with the games on. Ain’t bad.
Yeah I’m sure they are talented and obviously a lot of people like them. But like all other jam bands not named the Grateful Dead, they just make me want to listen to Phish. Not saying I’m right for doing this, that’s just how it is for me personally
Expand your horizons my brother
This is p cool. Amar is an awesome twitter follow for any Phish fan, btw
Remain in light about to start PrinceWimbley Owsley Brandon Chicken
Let’s do this shit
Remain in the Light