Thursday, July 28, 2011

Setlist: Furthur 7.28.11 Raleigh Amphitheater ~ Raleigh, NC

   
photo via @furthurband

Set One: Alligator > Gloria, Ramble On Rose, No More Do I > Hell In A Bucket, Row Jimmy, A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall

Set Two: Good Lovin' > Viola Lee Blues > Bertha > Viola Lee Blues > Next Time You See Me > Viola Lee Blues > Cryptical Envelopment > The Other One > Cryptical Envelopment > Morning Dew, Mountains Of The Moon > Let It Grow > Sugar Magnolia

Encore: Johnny B. Goode

[setlist source: @furthurband]
   


   

Umphrey's McGee Announces Hauntlanta 2011 & Additional Fall Dates

   

Umphrey's McGee has confirmed Halloween plans with a two-night stand, billed as Hauntlanta 2011, at Atlanta's famed Tabernacle. For the third year, the Umphrey's mash-up tradition will continue for this special run on October 28th and 29, 2011. Eceletic Method will offer opening support on the 28th, with Athens-based dub reggae collective, Dubconscious, getting things started Saturday night.

VIP packages with hotel and non-hotel options, as well as two day and single day tickets go on sale Friday July 29th at Noon ET via UM Ticketing. Full Hauntlanta 2011 details can be found here. UM has also confirmed a few other fall dates including Cleveland, Baton Rouge, Tuscaloosa, Clifton Park, Kalamazoo, and Milwaukee. For complete Umphrey's show information, please visit their Upcoming Shows page.



        

Phish Jamming "types" 101

       
“Type 1” is used to describe a jam within a song’s jam segment that follows the ordinary, customary course or structure for that song -- even if the jam in question is “extended” for a longer time than normal. Such jams stay within the song’s typical chord progression, key, rhythm, melody, etc. For example, every version of “Sample in a Jar” to date -- EVERY SINGLE VERSION -- has a “type 1” jam segment. Most jams within most versions of any given jamming tune, like “Stash,” “David Bowie,” “DWD,” “Tweezer,” “BDTNL,” etc., are “type 1.”

On the other hand, a “type 2” jam occurs when the band’s improvisation leaves the song’s customary structure behind and ventures into new territory. It’s a safe bet that every 20+ minute Phish jam consists of at least some “type 2” jamming (see the list of 20+ min Phish jams here), but length is not necessarily going to indicate “type 2.” Some confusion on the use of these admittedly silly terms may be because almost every -- if not every -- “type 2” jam begins out of a song’s customary structure, i.e., almost every “type 2” jam begins as “type 1.” And, frankly, a “type 2” jam may even return to “type 1” if the song’s typical melody, theme, coda or outro is returned to after the “type 2” improvisation is finished.
Words by Charlie Dirksen, Phish.net (July 2011)
   
   

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