Saturday, June 26, 2010

Video: Phish "2001" 6.25.2010 Susquehanna Bank Center ~ Camden, NJ

with "Wanna Be Starting Something" tease from Trey and a full-band "Billy Jean" and "Thriller" teases


Setlist: Phish 6.26.2010 Merriweather Post Pavillion ~ Columbia, MD

Poster by Marq Spusta

Set One: Crowd Control, Kill Devil Falls, AC/DC Bag, Sugar Shack, Tube, In The Aeroplane Over The Sea^, Stash, Backwards Down The Number Line, NICU, 46 Days, Suzy Greenburg

Set Two: Rock and Roll > Free, Fast Enough For You, Sparkle, Tweezer > The Horse > Silent in the Morning, Wolfman's Brother, Slave to the Traffic Light

Encore: Show of Life, Good Times Bad Times

^Neutral Milk Hotel cover, first time played (according to @nugsnet Trey asked for the lyrics 45 minutes before showtime)

[setlist source:]

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Mr. Miner
Hidden Track

In The Aeroplane Over The Sea
Wolfman's Brother [official video]

6/26/10 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD

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Setlist: Furthur 6.26.2010 Keyspan Park ~ Brooklyn, NY

Set One: China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider, Black Throated Wind, Muly Guly, High Time, Loose Lucy > Throwing Stones > One More Saturday Night

Set Two: Shakedown Street > Caution (Do Not Step On The Tracks) > Jack Straw > Playing in the Band > Dark Star (v1) > St. Stephen > The Eleven > Dark Star* (v2) > Lady with a Fan* > Terrapin Station* > Terrapin Transit* > At A Siding* > Terrapin Flyer* > Terrapin Refrain*

Encore: Brokedown Palace > Fireworks

*with Kenny Brooks(Ratdog) on saxophone 
[setlist source: Taperrob of]

Video clip playlist at


Video: Phish "Split Open and Melt Jam" 6.25.2010 Susquehanna Bank Center ~ Camden, NJ



Video: Phish "Chalkdust Torture Jam" 6.25.2010 Susquehanna Bank Center ~ Camden, NJ


Video: Phish "Free Man in Paris" 6.25.2010 Susquehanna Bank Center ~ Camden, NJ

Mike Gordon on lead vox for Joni Mitchell's "Free Man in Paris"


BostonGlobe: Furthur rises from the Dead

Lesh’s wife, Jill, writes the set lists for Furthur shows, with Lesh attesting to her “knack for telling a story with the songs.’’ The upshot of this is that Furthur does not mimic the flow of Grateful Dead concerts. Spacious vehicles for improvisation such as “Scarlet Begonias’’ and “Fire on the Mountain,’’ for instance, may carry an audience into the encores, whereas the Grateful Dead almost always used those songs as set openers.

“I think the word is getting out there: Don’t go expecting any particular songs, but what you’ll see will be very cool,’’ Lesh said.

Kadlecik comes to the game not only having re-created a multitude of complete Grateful Dead concerts — which is Dark Star Orchestra’s shtick — but also schooled on violin and mandolin. He did not dare look at his audition with Furthur as a chance to replace Garcia.

“The whole idea of auditioning for a part doesn’t really capture what happened. I think that’s looking at it like a reality TV show where they build the band,’’ Kadlecik said. “Knowing how to work in a band that plays an improvisational style is more important than sounding like Garcia.’’

Still, Lesh occasionally finds himself caught off guard.

“He can sing a line in a Jerry song and it’s uncanny, and I have to look at who’s on stage, but in the next breath he’ll rip something off on the guitar that is nothing like anything Jerry ever would have played.’’

Read more at the Boston Globe online


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