Thursday, February 10, 2011
Today's feature is a link to a podcast that I'm extremely proud to be a part of featuring a revolving cast of "so-called" Phish experts. Personally, I was off this week, but fellow panelists Scott Bernstein (Hidden Track, YEMblog), Eric Wyman, Andrew Hitz (Boston Brass), Tanya Sperry, and host Steve Olkner (This Week On Lot) do a superb job of continuing the discussion from last week featuring our "top ten" jams of the year.
Please visit typeIIcast.com to stream or download.
Set One: Bridgeless > 13 Days, Alex's House, Kabump > Jimmy Stewart > Wife Soup, Let Me Go Home Whiskey, Turn and Run
Set Two: Prowler > Cemetery Walk, Shine on You Crazy Diamond Pink Floyd^, Got Your Milk (Right Here) > Jimmy Stewart > Andy's Last Beer, Made to Measure > Bridgeless
Encore: Pay the Snucka , Pay the Snucka III^^
^ w/ the venues lazers and video projector
^^ w/ Bulls on Parade jam
[setlist source: @jeffersonwaful]
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