Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Setlist & Media: Phish 5.31.11 PNC Bank Center ~ Holmdel, NJ

     
official poster by David Welker

Soundcheck: Let It Loose, Funky Bitch

Set One: Chalkdust Torture, Roggae, Punch You In The Eye, The Moma Dance > Rock & Roll, Sand, Tube > The Divided Sky, Character Zero

Set Two: After Midnight > Possum, Drowned > Maze, Dirt, Alsaka, You Enjoy Myself

Encore: Fire

Notes
-soundcheck is unconfirmed
-Trey dedicated Sand to "Max." Fire contained alternate lyrics "move on over, let Cactus take over!"

[setlist source: phish.net]

Media:
Hidden Track: The Skinny
Mr. Miner: Back Into Deep Waters
Jambands.com: Phish Returns to Holmdel
Smooth Atonal Sound: Winds Blowing Differently Than Ever Before
Online Phish Tour: Smokin' Thru Holmdel
Dog Gone Blog: Phish's U-Turn in Holmdel
Phish.net: PNC 1 Recap

Gallery:
Bands the Jam
Phish Facebook [Dave Vann]

Video:
Maze

Audio:
Live Phish
DAUD: Sennheiser ME66s [Taper 420]
Stream: Sennheiser MD441U [padelmike]


Previous show: 5.29.11 Bethel Woods ~ Bethel, NY

                               

Audio: "Pah's Picks" Best of Phish 5.29.11 Bethel Woods ~ Bethel, NY

 
5.29.11 - Photo by Dave Vann © Phish 2011

Ya Mar ->
Timber Jam ->
Oh Kee Pah >
Simple Jam ->
2001 >
Light Jam >
Slave Jam 

"Pah's Picks" Best of Phish 5.29.11 Bethel Woods ~ Bethel, NY by ohkeepahblog

Source: Schoeps mk4v> KC5> M222> NT222> Aeta PSP-3> SD 744t
Taped, Transferred & Seeded by: taylorc (05/29/2011)
Compiled by: Justin Wendt

Total run time: 40:41
 





    

The Bethel Jim

   
The most interesting and atypical jam of Saturday, though, was another time when Phish decided to place a bit of improvisation in a spot of a song where there isn’t a jam. Basically, that’s what the outro jam is – they play the end of the song (like usual) and then decide to jam on that (unusual). So the most surprising thing on Saturday was the absolutely smokin’, excellent jam in “Runaway Jim” that came during the instrumental “verse,” that composed-out bit of bluegrassy goodness right before the “by the time he came home he was seventeen” lyric. Usually, Mike is very active here, playing that same old Jim bass line, with sparse (if any) strumming from Trey, nothing really from Page, and a very light version of the drums. Getting creative, they stretched this part out for a good 3 or 4 minutes, which doesn’t sound like a lot until you consider that this part usually lasts at most 30 seconds.

- from the blog article "Out(ro) Jams are the New “In” Jams" written by Jake of Smooth Atonal Sound.

 

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