Friday, January 14, 2011 Phish to Release Select 2010 Shows CD

Phish will release re-mastered versions of three recent shows later this month. These shows include the band’s stops at Columbia, MD’s Merriweather Post Pavilion (6/27/10) as well both nights at Alpharetta, GA’s Verizon Wireless at Encore Park (7/3-4). All three shows have been re-mastered by Phish collaborator Fred Kevorkian and will be available on iTunes beginning January 18. A limited number of CDs versions of these re-masters will be sold in select stores nationwide. These three recent performances are notable for their unique setlists and adventurous playing.


Type II Episode 11: I Drove 5 Hours to Worcester and All I Got Was a Hood.

In regards to our review of “Woosta”, we definitely all agreed it had its moments, but overall was choppy and the “phlow” just was not there. Take the title with a grain of salt though, we by no means hated on it, and both Sam and I are glad we made the trip. As you will be able to tell by the clips, we found some gems. A new type of jamming has started to emerge in the 3.0, and these 2 shows were the springboard for what will come at MSG.

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Jam of the Day: Umphrey's McGee w/ Adrian Belew "Thela Hun Gingeet" 3.16.07 Clutch Cargos ~ Pontiac, Michigan

In March of 2007, Adrian Belew [KING CRIMSON, FRANK ZAPPA'S SCHOOL OF ROCK, TALKING HEADS, DAVID BOWIE] opened for Chicago-based Umphrey's McGee on a four-day Midwestern tour. Over the course of the run, Adrian sat-in with Umphrey's on a few of their originals[Ringo, #5, Great American], a few Beatles tunes [I Am The Walrus, Baby You're a Rich Man, I Want You (She's So Heavy), Come Together], and two classics from his King Crimson days [Thela Hun Ginjeet, Red]. Featured today is Umphrey's and Adrian's take on the King Crimson classic "Thela Hun Ginjeet" from March 16th, 1997 at Clutch Cargos in Pontiac, MI. Happy Friday!


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