Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Audio: "Pah's Picks" Best of Phish 12.28.10 DCU Center ~ Worcester, MA


Alaska >
She Caught the Katy and Left Me a Mule to Ride >
Wolfman's Brother Jam >
Pigtail > 
Stash Jam >
Frankie Say's >
Albuquerque > 
Harry Hood Jam > 

Source: FOB Schoeps MK22>KC5>CMC6>Sonosax SX-M2>Apogee Mini-me(aes out 24bit/96khz)>COAX>Edirol R-44
Recorded and Transfered by: Andy Murray
Compiled by: Justin Wendt
Total run time: 53:30


Hidden Track: Phish MSG Run 2010 "From A to Z"


X is for Xtranormal Activity – Back in the era known as post-hiatus, it seemed Phish would lead minor key jams into major key territory nearly every night. Here in 3.0, these “butter jams” are more rare, so we all flipped when the group settled in for one of these minor to major improvisations during a particularly otherworldly Ghost; clearly the finest moment of the run for the hardcores, and what many are calling the best jam of 3.0.

Read the complete A-Z rundown over at Hidden Track.


Dog Gone Blog: A Time-Honored Tradition


And then there was the second set. Easily one of the finest, and most engaging, sets of 3.0. 1.1.’s second saw the band slip into a fluid groove from note one of “Crosseyed,” one that they never returned from throughout all six songs in the set. Following in the musical path of the night prior, the band infused “Simple” with their new jamming style, again sculpting a seemingly composed piece of improv from thin air. During these jams, no single member takes a lead. Instead, it is a complete group effort, in the same vein as the funk of ’97 or even the music of King Sunny Aide or Manu Dibango.

Read Sam's complete review of Phish's NYE run at Dog Gone Blog.


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