Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Phish Videos: Boogie On Reggae Woman (5.23.00)

On May 23, 2000 Phish played tiny Roseland Ballroom in NYC for a taping of a VH-1 special. The encore that night was Boogie On Reggae Woman. Check it out...


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Monday, July 30, 2007

2007 Vegoose Lineup


The lineup for Vego 2007ose has been announced...
moe.
M.I.A.
Mastodon
Robert Randolph & the Family Band
Rage Against The Machine
Daft Punk
Iggy & the Stooges performing the album Fun House
Muse
The Shins
Cypress Hill
Queens of the Stone Age
Public Enemy
Michael Franti & Spearhead
Umphrey's McGee
Thievery Corporation
STS9
Ghostface Killah & The Rhythm Roots Allstars
Blonde Redhead
Gogol Bordello
U.N.K.L.E.
Ghostland Observatory
Pharoah Monch
Battles
Stay tuned for more band additions.

Friday, July 27, 2007

Phish on Guitar Hero

BTreotch sent me this video featuring Divdided Sky on Guitar Hero. Check it out...


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Sunday, July 22, 2007

7.21.07 Widespread Panic Radio City Music Hall Setlist

I caught a kick ass show last night at RCMH. The boys were on fire despite the fact that Sunny was absent for another night. He was missed for sure, but the rest of the boys picked up the slack. High energy show.
7.21.07 Radio City Music Hall, New York, NY

Set I: This Part Of Town, Climb To Safety1, Dyin' Man, Who Do You Belong To?, Bust It Big> Smokestack Lightning> Blue Indian, Fishwater2, Bowlegged Woman

Set II: Time Zones, Action Man, Machine2> Barstools And Dreamers2, Good People2> Chilly Water2> Jam2> Maggot Brain2> Imitation Leather Shoes2> Chilly Water2

Encore: Let's Get The Show On The Road2, Rock2, Flat Foot Flewzy2

Notes: Steve Lopez on percussion for Climb to Safety; Wally Ingram on percussion from Machine throufh the remainder of the show.
Setlist courtesy of Phantasy Tour.

Saturday, July 21, 2007

7.20.07 Widespread Panic Radio City Music Hall Setlist

The boys are in NYC for the weekend for two shows at the historical Radio City Music Hall. I was flying into NYC on Friday and missed the show. I have tickets for Saturday's gig.

Bruce caught them on Friday and said they were pretty good even without Sunny. His father passed away and he had to miss the show. Here's the setlist:
07.20.07 Radio City Music Hall, New York, NY

1: Pleas, Pigeons, Give, Old Neighborhood, Party At Your Mama's House > Ribs And Whiskey, Don't Wanna Lose You, Walk On, Conrad

2: Thought Sausage, Wondering > Pilgrims, Blight > Second Skin, Protein Drink > Sewing Machine, Space Wrangler, Jack, Mr. Soul

E: Tall Boy

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Trancegression Day 1 & 2 Videos

Had an amazing time at Trancegression this weekend in Copper Mountain, CO. Saw Disco Biscuits, Umphrey's McGee, Zilla, Greyboy All-Stars and Galactic. Check out the videos- they are a mix of pics of friends & concert footage. There is a special commentary by The Joker at the end of Day #2.



Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Widespread Panic Las Vegas Setlist

Solid show! It was one of two I'll get to see on the summer tour. The other one is at Radio City Music Hall in a couple of weeks.
7.3.07, Planet Ho Theatre, Las Vegas, NV
Set 1: Lil Kin > Machine > Barstools, Big Wooly Mammoth > Cream Puff War, Smoking Factory, C Brown, Trouble > Space Wrangler

Set 2: Better Off, You Should Be Glad, Diner > Stop Breaking Down, Surprise Valley > Low Spark > Drums (with Carrot Top) > Surprise Valley > Jack, North

Encore: Nobody's Loss, Wonderin'

Highlights in Set 1 included Big Whooly > Cream Puff War and C Brown. Set 2 picked up the pace and Surprise Valley > Low Spark was an intense 15 minute period. I don't get to see North too much, so I was happy.

Monday, July 02, 2007

The Horseshoe Curve


Trey Anastasio is coming out with a new album called The Horseshoe Curve. It will be released on July 24th on his own label... Rubber Jungle Records. The Horseshoe Curve will be an all instrumental album featuring some old favorites.
The Horseshoe Curve:
1. Sidewalks Of San Francisco
2. Olivia
3. Burlap Sack And Pumps
4. The Fifth Round
5. The Horseshoe Curve
6. Noodle Rave
7. Tube Top Tony
8. Porters Pyramids
The album is being describe as heavily influenced by the Afro-Cuban genre and have five-part horn arrangements. The band includes sax players Dave Grippo, Peter Apfelbaum and Russell Remington; trumpeter Jen Hartswick, trombonist Andy Moroz, keyboardist Ray Paczkowski, drummer Russ Lawton, percussionist Cyro Baptista and bassist Tony Markellis.

According to Phish.com...
As a bonus, Rubber Jungle Records will also release the Lucius Beebe EP, a five-song live CD available free to customers who pre-order the album from Trey's online store. The EP features live versions of three songs from The Horseshoe Curve and two songs from Seis De Mayo along with special guest appearances by Jon Fishman and John Medeski.