Check out this great video from last nights encore of “Boogie on Reggae Woman.” Stevie Wonder would be proud of the funk that oozed from Mike Gordon’s bass. Props to HarpuaFSB for the magnificent video work over the entire run.
Monthly Archive:: December 2011
Today, Phish officially released December 31, 1991 via LivePhish.com. You can purchase the show in one of three formats: FLACs, MP3s or ALACs. As a little taste, we have a clip of “Tweezer > McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters” from the official release. Tweezer > McGrupp And The Watchful
My 50th Phish show! Phish Friday, December 30, 2011 Madison Square Garden New York, NY Set I: Punch You In the Eye > Prince Caspian > Backwards Down the Number Line, Nellie Kane,Divided Sky, Sand, Vultures, Rift, Joy, Quinn the Eskimo Set II: Wilson > Axilla > Piper > Twist > Julius > Golgi Apparatus > Also Sprach Zarathustra, The Horse > Silent in the Morning, David Bowie, The Squirming Coil Encore: Boogie On Reggae Woman, Good Times
Phish returned for round two at Madison Square Garden with a high energy show that lacked the deep jamming from the previous night. “The Sloth” opened the show for the first time since 2003 and set the tone for the evening. The first 12-6 curveball of the
I particularly enjoy the last three minutes of this jam as it segues nicely into “Tweezer.”
One of my favorite musical discoveries of 2011 is The Barr Brothers. Their self-titled debut album is nothing short of incredible and was one of my favorite albums of 2011. I caught their headlining set at Schubas earlier this fall and it left me wanting more. They