Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Video: Grateful Dead "I Want To Tell You" 10/15/94 Madison Square Garden


"I Want To Tell You" was performed five times by the Grateful Dead in 1994. The song was also performed about a dozen times by the Jerry Garcia Band between 1976 and 1987. Originally recorded by the Beatles on 2nd June 1966. In his biography, I Me Mine, Harrison commented on the song, "[I Want To Tell You] .. is about the avalanche of thoughts that are so hard to write down or say or transmit."




   

Video: Phish "Back on the Train" 7.2.2010 Charlotte, NC


    

    

Mr, Miner: The Overall Experience

  
Photo courtesy of Justin Wendt (Hershey '10)

The perfect Phish show experience is a combination of music, space, sound, and people. While any combination of these can produce the show of one’s life, the more ingredients that are present on any given night enhances he experiential quality of that show. In venues like Merriweather and Jones Beach, one must sacrifice everything for a small sliver of dance space, while at some GA shows, people can situate themselves in any spot they desire. While the music makes up the vast majority of any show experience, these other intangibles can make or break an absolute throwdown. During Leg I, the following five venues combined the most of these facets, providing the highest quality show experiences of tour.

  

Hidden Track: Big Red Guests at Greens Event

  
 
Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN via Hidden Track
Last night at an event titled “The Songs of Amanda Green,” Anastasio played guitar and sang with his new friend at NYC’s Birdland. Broadway actors Jenn Colella, Ann Harada, Andy Karl and Howard McGillin also contributed their talents at last night’s performance as Matt Gallagher led a band of Broadway musicians in backing the vocalists. No word yet on what Trey sang and played with Green at the gig. Playbill’s website has a photo gallery from the event which includes a number of shots featuring Anastasio 

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