Friday, October 15, 2010

Setlist etc: Phish 10.15.2010 North Charleston Coliseum ~ North Charleston, SC

Poster by Ames Bros © Phish 2010

Set One: Punch You In the Eye, Possum, Bathtub Gin, Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home^, Boogie On Reggae Woman, Destiny Unbound, Backwards Down the Number Line, Bouncing Around the Room, Stash, Joy, Buffalo Bill, Dog Faced Boy, Run Like An Antelope

Set Two: Down with Disease > Prince Caspian > Twist, Roses Are Free > My Friend, My Friend > My Problem Right There, Tube, Mike's Song > The Horse > Silent in the Morning, Mexican Cousin, Weekapaug Groove, Suzy Greenberg, Slave to the Traffic Light

Encore: Character Zero

^Page’s dad, Dr. Jack McConnell, on vocals and tap shoes.

[setlist source:]

Recaps/ Reviews:
Hidden Track
Mr. Miner
Coventry Music
Adam Handman
Glide Magazine Photo Gallery
FLAC: DPA 4023 (FOB, DFC, 6' up, DIN) > Sonosax SX-M2 > Edirol R44 (24/48) taped by Brian Hadella

"Pah Pick's" ~ Best of Compilation

Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home?

Roses Are Free
Mexican Cousin


Coral Sky Preview Sunday On SiriusXM


SiriusXM Satellite radio's Jam_ON channel will broadcast Phish's upcoming (in stores Tuesday) "Coral Sky" release in its entirety, with audio commentary from Phish Archivist, Kevin Shapiro. The broadcast will begin this Sunday, October 17th at 9PM ET.

For more information, please visit


Dog Gone Blog: Musical Costume Speculation

While personally I felt it was crazy-talk to think Phish wouldn't play a "musical costume" on Halloween this year, many fans were over-speculating the meaning behind "the very special halloween show" statement in the fall tour release. So when the LATimes Music Blog interview with Trey Anastasio hit the press earlier this week with Trey offering a clue into what album the band may be covering it was finally officially "official":

“This year,” he said, “this one’s for me. The one we picked, I’m going to get more out of this as a musician than I ever have before. Three songs into it, I called everybody and told them, ‘None of the other ones -- I wouldn’t think, hopefully -- will have nearly the effect on my playing this one’s going to.' ”

Sam Davis of Dog Gone Blog wrote a terrific post with audio samples speculating a few "musical costumes" from Phish that may be appropriate based on Trey's comments. I was happy to see "The Yes Album" make Sam's list as that would be my personal favorite choice, but if I was a betting man I'd put my money on Led Zeppelin's "Physical Graffiti".

4. Yes – The Yes Album

This album certainly fits the criteria in most ways, and would be a top pick for many fans. Last year at Festival 8 the band could clearly be heard jamming on “The Wurm” section of “Starship Trooper” during the sound check, leading some to believe that this was one of the albums they had scrapped in the decision process. The one obvious issue (aside from the incredibly challenging music) would be Jon Andersons’ vocals – who would possibly be able to sing them? Needless to say, seeing Phish cover this album – and Trey cover “The Clap” – would be one of the ultimate musical experiences, especially for us Yes fans.

Read the rest of Sam's choices over at Dog Gone Blog and be sure to catch him on the type II podcast as a rotating panelist.


Video: Trey Anastasio Interview with Andrew Zuckerman

Big Red sits down with Andrew Zuckerman to talk shop for Andrew's new film titled "MUSIC". You can check out the complete trailer here.


Audio/Visual: Phish "Fluffhead Jam" 7.24.99 Alpine Valley ~ East Troy, WI

One of my favorite jams of the summer of '99. Many write this show off as a botchfest, which is essentially true. This 15 minute jam out of "Fluffhead" was clearly one of the lone highlights of the show.

Audio/Visual: Phish "Back on the Train Jam" 12.30.09 AA Arena ~ Miami, FL

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