Thanks to the Joker for finding this gem... Beck covering the Velvet Underground and Nico (download via mediafire.com)
And here's a video of Beck performing Sunday Morning...
Party TimeClick here to buy the limited edition Joy Box.
Party Time (2:43)
Windy City (5:20)
In A Misty Glade (2:51)
Only A Dream (4:10)
The Birdwatcher (2:16)
Let Me Lie (3:57)
If I Told You (3:53)
Splinters Of Hail (3:33)
Can't Come Back (4:38)
Liquid Time (4:23)
SPAC Review: The Golden Ticket
SPAC Videos: Harpua and Cavern
Best of Summer Tour Mix: Page Wet Phishy Chick Mix
Best of Summer Tour Mix: Fishman Mix
Stuff I Picked Up on Tour: Part 1 & Part 2
Live versions of new album song: We Can Still Have Joy
New Phish documentary: We Enjoy Yourself
Weed News: Pot Smoking Is Common on Phish Tour
The film is set to premiere on September 4th and 5th, headlining opening weekend at the NJ Film Festival (Rutgers University). The documentary is entirely soundtracked with live Phish music from the last five shows of 2004.Here's the trailer...
“We Enjoy Yourself”, part pilgrimage and part happening, is a cinéma vérité documentary about Phish’s swansong tour through New England in 2004. Filled with emotionally candid interviews, the film is a testament to Phish fans’ unwavering dedication to and absolute love for the band and their music. After sitting in up to 50 hours of traffic, thousands chose to abandon their cars on the interstate and defiantly walked to the final concert. The film’s soundtrack was drafted from the last shows of the tour, capturing the raw excitement and intensity of five days of nearly non-stop music.
For info on the film festival including program: www.njfilmfest.com/screening.html
Production Company Website: www.trueformpictures.com
It allows you to pick a version of each track from this summers' tour and then listen to them in the order that they will appear on the album. Everything I've heard has been AUD recordings, so it should be Kosher. I think it's a great idea. I just wish you could do it with Junta or Story of the Ghost!Check it out...
1. I Been Around - 8/16/09 SPAC
2. Strange Design - 8/15/09 Merriweather
3. Oh Sweet Nuthin - 8/15/09 Merriweather
4. Beauty of a Broken Heart - 8/2/09 Red Rocks
5. Lawn Boy - 8/14/09 Hartford
6. Rock and Roll - 8/16/09 SPAC
7. A Day in the Life - 7/31/09 Red Rocks
8. Loving Cup - 8/11/09 Chicago
9. Bold As Love - 8/5/09 Shoreline
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8/16/09 Phish at Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NYI have been waiting for a Llama opener for a very long time and I was blessed to catch it right off the top. I forgot about how the balcony sways during high energy tunes, especially during Llama. I've been digging hearing MoMA Dance in the first set. Bring the funk early and often. On the drive up, Bruce called Guyute and said that in almost 12 shows, he had never seen Golgi before and hoped that they would play it. Sure enough, they played both those songs.
Set 1: Llama, MoMA Dance, Guyute, Anything But Me, Cars Trucks Buses, Chalkdust Torture, Golgi Apparatus, David Bowie, Cavern, Possum, Ocelot, Antelope
Set 2: Backwards Down The Number Line > Twenty Years Later, Halley's Comet > Rock and Roll, Harpua > I Kissed A Girl* (Katy Perry Original) > HYHU > Harpua, You Enjoy Myself
Encore: Grind, I Been Around*, Highway to Hell
8/15/09 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MDAndrew would have won $20 if they opened with Kill Devil Falls. I had a feeling they were going to open with it but the band huddled for a few seconds before the start of the show and played a head-scratching Crowd Control. I told G-Rob that they should play TTE to start a show because everyone is so happy to see Phish that the first 5-10 minutes is a wank-fest anyway.
Set I: Crowd Control, Kill Devil Falls, The Sloth, Beauty of a Broken Heart, Axilla, Foam, Esther, Ha Ha Ha, Party Time, Tube, Stealing Time From The Faulty Plan, Strange Design, Time Turns Elastic
Set II: Tweezer > Taste, Alaska, Let Me Lie, 46 Days, Oh Sweet Nuthin', Harry Hood
Encore: Good Times Bad Times, Tweezer Reprise
8/14.09 Phish Hartford, CTThe boys didn't take the stage until 8:43pm so everyone on the lawn was nice and juiced up by the time the show started. I was Fishman side on the packed lawn. It looked like they oversold the place by 5,000 people. The sound was blah where I was standing and decided to sneak into the pavilion for the second set.
Set I: PYITE, AC/DC Bag, NICU, Col. Forbin's Ascent > Fly Famous Mockingbird, Birds of a Feather, Lawnboy, Stash, I Didn't Know, Middle Of The Road, Character Zero
Set II: Down With Disease > Wilson > Slave To The Traffic Light > Piper > Water In The Sky > Ghost > Psycho Killer > Catapult > Icculus > You Enjoy Myself
E: While My Guitar Gently Weeps
My Mom sent us with her famous Zuchini Cake. I told her to make it with ganja butter, and we'd split the cash with her, but she refused.
The Gorge did a great job keeping the portas fairly clean. Compared to most festivals, this is good.
The Doctor is in.
Viking Wildo sizes up his next victim - DISCOSIS#1!!
jonas0tt0 & his Love.
Pauly & Wildo made bets on the Setlists for the weekend. Here they are making their picks. Wildo lost his ass.