Friday, December 4, 2009

Video: 12/3/09 DWD Space > Piper Madison Square Garden


Setlist: 12/4/09 Madison Square Garden New York, NY

Set 1: Heavy Things, Possum, Wilson, Kill Devil Falls, Glide, 46 Days, Bouncing Around The Room > Reba, Dinner and a Movie, Guyute, Maze, First Tube

Set 2: Scents and Subtle Sounds > Rock and Roll -> Seven Below, Twist > Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, The Horse > Silent in the Morning, You Enjoy Myself

Encore: Shine A Light

Share Phish 12.03.09 MSG Night 2

Words by: Brian Bavosa
Images by: Dino Perrucci

Night two of Phish's Madison Square Garden party was a tale of two "Cities." The first set, while featuring some hot numbers, seemed the most disjointed of the four thus far and may end up being the most forgettable. Read on

Share Phish at Madison Square Garden (2)

By Paul Caine
When I arrived at Madison Square Garden for the second night ofPhish's three-night run, the first thing I saw was a guy getting arrested by a plainclothes policeman. His girlfriend looked on in horror. The second thing I saw—or heard—was an older gentleman talking on his cell phone near will-call. When I stepped in line, he shouted at me and told me he was there, never mind that he wasn’t, and that I was to step down. It turned out he was looking for Cirque de Soleil. Sorry, buddy! Read on 

Share Phish Turn Up The Volume But Can't Turn Back The Clock In New York

By Adam Rosenberg
I saw Phish last night. A lot of people did (Madison Square Garden is a pretty large room), but it was new for me. I've seen them perform in concert more than 70 times over the years, but not once in the past almost-decade. Granted, they spent part of that period on hiatus, so no one was seeing them then. But I fell off that train in 1999, catching only sporadic shows until mid-2001. So last night was a sort of homecoming. And I have to say, as cynical as I've become of that scene in the years I've been away from it, the show was fan-damn-tastic. Read on

Bonnaroo Poster Signed By Phish and Springsteen Added To Mimi Fishman Charity Auction

The current Mimi Fishman Foundation charity auction will wrap up on December 7. A late addition to the auction is a Phish Bonnaroo poster signed by all four members of the band as well as Bruce Springsteen. This is believed to be the only Phish Bonnaroo poster signed by the five musicians (Bruce also drew a small guitar to the left of his name). Other items up for bid include additional Phish-signed posters as well as a Yonder Mountain String Band NYE Package, an Umphrey’s McGee NYE Package, a Dave Matthews Band signed hat and much more. Some of the items in the current auction will benefit Rock the Earth, the winner of the 2008 Mimi Fishman Memorial Jammy Award for Community Service.

Coventry Phish Blog Show Recap: MSG Night 2 - All Aboard the Funk Train

Show #183. The better shows are the some of the most difficult to describe. The gory trainwrecks are easy to dissect and spew about. The top notch shows are tougher to describe to my friends because it is hard for me to explain why the music clicked inside my brain. Simply put -- it either does or it doesn't for me... but... you have to go listen for yourself. Read on

Mr. Minor: A Smashig Sequel (MSG 2)

Phish continued their assault on New York City Thursday night with a second set onslaught that combined experimental improv and arena-sized dance grooves, leaving the audience in a blithering state of joy. With an organically evolving setlist that simply never stopped for air, the band blasted through an incredibly cohesive set of full-on music. Clearly comfortable at The Garden, Phish again showcased their recently-emerging confidence with another signature set of action packed adventureRead on

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