Saturday, November 6, 2010

Audio: "Pah's Picks" Best of Phish 10.31.2010 Boardwalk Hall ~ Atlantic City, NJ


photo via GlowStickWars





















Edited by: Marco Esquandolas
Total time:

Frankenstein >
Ghost Jam ->
Spooky >
Stash Jam
Time Loves A Hero ->
Day or Night >
Spanish Moon >
Dixie Chicken >
Tripe Face Boogie >
Willin' >
Don't Bogart That Joint
Sailin Shoes >
Feats Don't Fail Me Now >
Disease Jam >
Jiboo Jam >
Blap-Boom Jam >
Hood Jam >
You Enjoy Myself Jam

Video: Phish "Down With Disease -> What's The Use?" 8.14.2010 Alpine Valley ~ East Troy, WI

 

Official video from Phish's upcoming Alpine Valley DVD release. 



  
   

Setlist: Umphrey's McGee 11.5.2010 9:30 Club ~ Washington D.C.

photo via @soundcaresser

Set One: Turn & Dub, Resolution > Phil's Farm > "Jimmy Stewart"* > Phil's Farm, Alex's House > Words

Set Two: Mulche's Odyssey**, Much Obliged > White Man's Moccasins, The Bottom Half > The Floor, Intentions Clear > "Jimmy Stewart"*, Can't You Hear Me Knockin'

Encore: Hangover

Notes:
* with lyrics
** with Thriller / Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' jam

[setlist source: umphreys.com]

Audio:
AKG C460Bs/CK 63-ULS (DINa, DFC, FOB, On stand ~8',70Hz roll off)->Kind Kables->Naiant LittleBox->Segue Dogstar Silver-Clad Interconnect->Edirol R-09HR (24 bit/96 kHz) by Timothy Brown

  

Satire: Phish Performs All A Cappella Set


Special thanks to Scott Towler of "Great Scott!" for allowing us to print this in full.

photo via Dave Vann
On the heels of their tremendously successful 3-day Halloween run in Atlantic City this past weekend, Phish performed an additional unannounced show back in their hometown of Burlington, Vermont yesterday. Achieving yet another not-so-little feat in their long line of musical accomplishments, the band performed their first "all a cappella" show ever at the National Convention of Barbershop Singers*. This marks the first time in rock and roll history that a band (especially one known primarily for their musical exploration through instrumentation) put down their instruments and still played a "sold out" show. Because no "phans" were made aware of the show and no tickets were made available to the public, the house mostly consisted true barbershop artists. And their grandparents. Some were even cutting hair as they warmed up their vocal chords. "It helps me relax," Nigel Pinchworthy, of the Nantucket-based barbershop outfit 'The Singing Nettles,' gushed to Rolling Stone magazine.

The band played only one set, and unfortunately no recording of the show was made. Call it a gaffe on the guys' part, maybe. Or perhaps it was another calculated move by a band that continues to add to their ever growing musical legacy with each passing day. No matter how you slice it though, they blew the moustaches off the enthralled audience for almost 30 full minutes.

11.03.10 Burlington Convention Center, Burlington, VT

Set:
Back In My Home Town Reprise^
Star Spangled Banner
Grind
My Sweet One
Birdwatcher
I Didn't Know >
Reba (whistling outro)
Stage Banter >
YEM Vocal Jam >
Kung >
Stage Banter Reprise
Lengthwise
Hello My Baby
Amazing Grace >
Have Mercy
Tomorrow's Song

Encore:
Freebird
Don't Bogart That Joint

^though not actually a song, the band sung this phrase in the 90s before a show in Vermont and reprised it for the first time ever that day.

*Formally named the National Convention of Barbershop Quartets, the name was changed after quintets, sextets, and septets felt they weren't being treated equally by judges.

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Setlist: Umphrey's McGee 11.4.2010 Higher Ground ~ Burlington, VT

 
photo via tim hara


Set One: Partyin' Peeps, Booth Love, Nemo, #5, Wappy Sprayberry > Girlfriend Is Better

Set Two: Divisions, The Fussy Dutchman, 2x2 , Triple Wide, The Crooked One > > Glory > Divisions,
Don't Stop the Spirit of Radio

Encore: Miss Tinkle's Overture^

Notes:
^ with Scott Hannay(Umphrey's Nintendo Composer) on keys with Joel

[setlist source: umphreys.com]

  

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