Friday, February 29, 2008

Old Skool STS9: Dreads, Crystals and Jams

Tonight I was talking about older STS9, when they jammed...Here is a great show from that era...I am excited to see them next week at Langerado...

10.31.00- Wilma Theater- Missoula, MT
I:Tap In > Moonsocket > Orbital, Kamuy > Non Directional Beacon
II:What is Love, Surreality > EB > Evasive > Inspire Part 2

There are several 2000 soundboards that were not distributed by the band's download site, These recordings were made by hard working tapers and distributed free of charge. This show is one of them... DOWNLOAD

Widespread Panic - Best of Loveland Mix

Here's a delicious mix of nine songs during Widespread Panic's Loveland, Colorado show in October 2007.
Panic Loveland Mix:
1. One Arm Steve
2. Walk On
3. Space Wrangler
4. Red Beans
5. Chainsaw City
6. Arleen
7. Ribs and Whiskey
8. Protein Drink
9. Fishwater
Download Link - Widespread Panic 2007 Loveland Mix

JB Interview

Check out an interview with John Bell called Widespread Panic - Tickling the Truth with JB written by Shane Handler from Glide Magazine. He touches on many topics including charity work, lyrical inspiration, Mikey's passing, and the new blood that Jimmy Herring added to the mix.

Here's a bit:
As far as taking a back seat, or lightening up on the attack, I think when you get somebody who is as experienced as Jimmy is, you’re working with somebody who is what I think is an appropriate mindset, like somebody like a Carlos Santana or back in the day, Jerry Garcia. You speak with your guitar. You say what you needed to say and you didn’t have to play yourself with a lot of nervous chatter, you already know how to express yourself. So a lot of times, that includes chording and the beautiful melodic chord changes that he came up with. That stuff to me is even harder to achieve than “shredding.” Sometimes it sounds like he’s playing two guitars at once....

Thursday, February 28, 2008

Phil and Phriends 4-15-99 Video Download

4-15-99 PROSHOT

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Track Listing:

Viola Lee Blues 32:51
Big Rail Road Blues 7:16
Row Jimmy 8:06
Shakedown Street > Wheel > Not Fade Away 43:06
Mr. Tambourine Man 7:06

Band Info:

Phil Lesh (bass)
Steve Kimock (guitar)
John Molo (drums)
Trey Anastasio (guitar)
Page McConnell (keyboards)

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Today in Phishtory: 2.28.03 Nassau

Five years ago today, Phish played a heady show on Long Island. I was there. Here's the setlist...
2.28.03 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY

Set I: Birds of a Feather, Destiny Unbound, Horn, Bathtub Gin, Sleep, Back On The Train, Bouncing Around the Room, Walls of the Cave

Set II: Tweezer, Soul Shakedown Party > David Bowie, Round Room > Harry Hood

Encore: Contact, Mexican Cousin, Tweezer Reprise

Notes: Destiny Unbound last played 11.15.91
I originally wrote the following recap on my main blog five years ago. I'm reposting it. Enjoy!

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28 Feb 03

We met up with Spider and Gil at Penn Station and took the LIRR to the Island. Molly was shocked to see people drinking single cans of beer in brown paper bags on the commuter train. "It's routine, in many ways ritualistic for the male suburban commuter," I explained, "in the morning it's coffee, in the evening it's a Bud tallboy."

While we waited for Spider to get his car, Gil took us on a short walk through historic Port Washington, and over to Long Island Sound. We got to the venue very quickly, and we were greeted at the entrance to the parking lot by dozens of kids looking for tickets for the show. Our seats were the best for all three shows, right next to the side of the stage, where Page plays. The bad part was the nazi, arrogant, yet ineffective old man security guard in our section. Crowd control was a problem at a couple of points before the show and during the first set, with everyone trying to sneak down to the floor, but it eased off after a while.

I ran into several Japhamily at this show... Previn and Chris walked by us as we sat in our seats. I also got called Dave Grohl by some dosed out guy.

Phish opened the show with a heady Birds of a Feather, and followed with a truly rare Destiny Unbound! This show was going to be all Mike, and that was a way to get it off right. A crusty Phishkid, who'd been to every show (on that tour) since Vegas, was twirling in the aisle next to me and said, "Brah, they haven't played this song all this tour."

"This tour?" I exclaimed, "They haven't played this since you were in the third grade!"

The last time Phish performed Destiny Unbound was in November of 1991 in Virginia.

Molly was stuck in the bathroom for Horn, and I was an asshole to two guys standing behind me who didn't have tickets in the section. They were yapping during Horn, and I turned around and asked one guy what his name was.

"Steve Edlestien? Good, Steve, cause when I write up the review of this show and post it on the net, I want to make sure I spell your name right, since you're the ass face who talked about your boring personal life during the entire first set and ruined my show."

He gave me a dirty look, but took the hint. I stood my ground and he took off as soon as the song ended.

Molly missed the beginning of Bathtub Gin, but she got back just as they were about to peak for the set, that is until the boys blew me away with Back on the Train. It was by far the best version I heard to date, and was the best Phish I heard since their return. It was Trey bluesy, Mike funky, Fish groovy, and Page mellow all rolled into one savory twelve minute song.

I bolted for the bathroom during Bouncin' Around the Room, which was dubbed the Pauly Takes a Piss Song for the night. I also had enough time to buy a pretzel and a beer before the song ended.

Walls of the Cave closed the first set, and was the first repeat we heard this run. This Walls was a more solid version than at the Philly show, if it was hard to better that version. It was cool to be fairly up close to see Page's piano intro.

"Listen to the silent trees..."

At setbreak this Guido looking Long Island guy walked up to me and asked me if I like vodka.

"Hey tough guy, yous like vodka?" he spouted.

"Why of course," I muttered, as he handed me an airport bottle of Smirnoff.

Now we had booze to make vodka tonics, and Molly observed, "Do people always give you things at Phish shows?"

Counting the joint at the NJ show, the free hugs from the rolling girl at the Philly show, and now the vodka, I guess she was right. Random people give me cool shit all the time.

Second set opened with a 26 plus minute heavy ass Tweezer. In the beginning during the down parts of the jam, Chris Kuroda turned down the lights, and a couple of mini glow wars erupted on the floor during each down moment. Alas, Tweezer was long and dark, and all Mike.

Next up was Reggae Phish. I thought they were going to play two or three different songs before they bust into Bob Marley's Soul Shakedown Party. It was the first time they played it since Milan, Italy in 1997. Soul Shakedown Party is a rare song, only performed three times prior. The groove was there, the vocals were spotty, but it didn't matter.

Phish had a spacey three-minute intro to David Bowie where I had hoped they would break out into 2001, but they didn't just teased it once or twice before a solid Bowie, and of course Trey smoked the shit out of the end.

Harry Hood was the second repeat for us this tour, and again this night's version was more solid than the one we saw in New Jersey. The last time I saw Phish at Nassau Coliseum, it was back in 1999, during the infamous Boogie glowstick show, when our favorite Buffalo blonde hurled a glowstick from our seats behind the stage, and it came crashing down onto Page's piano. A large clacking thud, which forever immortalized Boogie onto bootlegs worldwide, was spinning in my ears the entire song, as my thoughts drifted to Boogie and that epic night. At one point during the glow war, I looked over at Page precisely at the moment a kid in the fifth row threw a glowstick at him. Page ducked to the side, not stopping his piano playing, and kept on jamming out. A small safety hazard, that I guess comes with the job.

Finally the pharmies kicked in. I traded a couple of nugs for pharmies with some kid in our row from Boulder during setbreak, and I eventually started to feel that nice, warm, faded feeling. The boys treated us to a three song encore: Contact, Mexican Cousin, and Tweezer Reprise. I became enamored with Mexican Cousin.

"I'm awful sorry you got pissed..."

At first I liked it as a joke song, but after hearing it live, I was hooked.

"And Tequila's where that starts and where it ends!"

The yellow lights on the crowd, and the way they reacted to the song translated to me as a special moment.

"Mexican Cousin again... I wanna, wanna kiss your oooooooooooooh!"

I walked out of Nassau satisfied with the short three show run. I got to see my favorite song Slave in Philly, and hear the boys play some solid new stuff. I saw two kick ass solid back-to-back shows, something I hadn't experienced since Las Vegas or in Albany on the 2000 Fall tour, and got to share these shows with Molly, who almost never gets to see her favorite band.

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The 2.28.03 Phish show is available via

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Bonnaroo Additions; MMJ and Phil Lesh to Play Late Night Sets

The lineup at Bonnaroo has a couple of new additions including...

Cat Power
Zappa Plays Zappa
The Disco Biscuits

And we got word that Phil Lesh and Friends will be playing a late night set, along with My Morning Jacket. I was fuckin' blown away by MMJ's Midnight set at Bonnaroo 2006.

Click here for the full line up.

Today in Phishtory: 2.27.93 Florida

I almost went to the 2.27.93 show. I was in Atlanta at the time attending college. Gainesville, FL was within driving distance, but for some reason, I could not make the journey. I wish I went... because it was a hot show.
2.27.93 Florida Theatre, Gainesville, FL

Set I: Golgi Apparatus, Rift, Guelah Papyrus, Maze, Bouncin', It's Ice, Sparkle, Punch You in the Eye, Lawn Boy, Run Like An Antelope

Set II: The Curtain, Stash, Poor Heart, Sample in a Jar, Big Ball Jam, Ya Mar, Mike's Song > I am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, HYHU > Terrapin, Fee, Llama

Encore: Sleeping Monkey, Amazing Grace, Rocky Top
Listen/Download 2.27.93 here courtesy of Please note that the last two songs of the encore are missing.

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Bring Out Your Emerald Dead-Dye

For a limited time only (thru March 31st) Dead Net is offering these two St Patrick's Day inspired Tees/dyes for $22 each. Personally, I like the vintage Boston 77 Steal Your Face commemorating the band's run at The Boston Garden, a venue I never saw the Dead at. The other Shirt is a Celtic design with roses (I believe) intertwined around a Stealie.

Today in Phishtory: 2.26.97 Stuttgart, Germany

Eleven years ago today, Phish played in Stuttgart, Germany. It was a special show because of four bust out songs that was not in their rotation. The boys performed Magilla for the first time since 5.4.94 or 260 shows. They opened with Camel Walk, which they had not played since 7.2.95 or 140 shows. In addition, the last time Phish played Dog Log and a cover version of the Beatles While My Guitar Gently Weeps since 12.11.95 or roughly 90 shows.

And yeah, that first set Carini was only the third time they played it.

Here's the setlist:
2.26.97 Longhorn, Stuttgart, Germany

Set I: Camel Walk, Llama, My Friend My Friend, Harry Hood, My Soul, Tube > Carini, Rocko William, Dog Log, While My Guitar Gently Weeps

Set II: Buried Alive, Poor Heart, Ha Ha Ha, You Enjoy Myself > Kung, Theme from the Bottom, Scent of a Mule > Jam > Magilla > Scent of a Mule, Slave to the Traffic Light

Encore: Highway to Hell

You can listen/download the 2.26.97 show via

Monday, February 25, 2008

Juno Soundtrack

I am sure that you watched the Oscars last night. Diablo Cody won the Oscar for best original screenplay. In 2001-2002ish I was on a group blog called Thinking of Hesterman, which included a girl named Brooke. I have lost touch with the people on the blog, and the blog does not exist anymore.

I now know that Brooke went on to start her own blog, Pussy Ranch, created the name Diablo Cody as a stage name for her peepshows/topless dancing, and continued blogging and writing. Now she has an Oscar. Pretty amazing. Good job, Diablo Cody!

I hope you will enjoy the Juno soundtrack and do something to work closer to your dream, whatever that may be.

DOWNLOAD Juno Soundtrack

Sunday, February 24, 2008

Grateful Dead Videos: Denmark 1972

Greetings from Copenhagen, Denmark. I stumbled upon a couple of cool videos of the Grateful Dead performing in Denmark circa 1972.

The first video is Jack Straw:

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The second video is China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider:

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The third video is Big Railroad Blues with masks:

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The last video features vintage Pig Pen signing Chinatown Shuffle:

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Saturday, February 23, 2008

Donna Jean: Right Place, Right Time

I always felt that the Grateful Dead achieved perfection in 1977. Donna Jean and her husband, the late Keith Godchaux, were in the Dead for nine years including that magical 1977.

I got caught up in a great article on titled Donna Jean: Right Place, Right Time by Ann Marie Svilar. Check it out.

Here's an excerpt:
"Getting to be in The Grateful Dead, being in the right place at the right time, and having the experiences that I did in that band, the incredible privilege of being a part of Jerry Garcia's life for almost nine years and to be in his presence. He was one of the major influences of my life and the direction that it would take" says Donna Jean. "He was very influential on me in so many ways, musically and philosophically. I learned probably more from him than anybody in my whole life."

Photo credit: Dave Hunter

Friday, February 22, 2008

Mike Gordon Returns to Nectars

Have you ever been to Nectars in Burlington, Vermont? That's the famous venue where Phish honed their chops in the mid-1980s.

Anyway, according to Phantasy Phish, Mike Gordon returned to his roots. He sat in with Melvin Sparks on February 16th. Check out the fatty bass in this video.

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Thursday, February 21, 2008

Phish 2/16/1997 Video & Joox Streaming site

Pauly wrote about 2/16/97 the other day, but I ran across this video site that you can stream (most) of the show...

Pro Shot for German Television...
02/16/97 Wartesaal, Cologne,
Set I: Beauty of my Dreams1, Split Open and Melt, Bouncing Around the Room, Crosseyed and Painless, Guelah Papyrus, Ginseng Sullivan, Tweezer, Waste, Cavern, Chalkdust Torture
Set II: Sample in a Jar, Cars Trucks Buses, Free, Sparkle, Simple> When the Circus Comes to Town, Swept Away> Steep> David Bowie, Loving Cup, Tweezer Reprise
Encore: Theme from the Bottom, Johnny B Goode
1 First time played

At the same site, there are some great videos as well- here are some of my picks:

Radiohead, 6/23/06 Berkley

Portishead- Live in NYC

Talking Heads- Stop Making Sense

There are a lot of links there, be sure to browse- good stuff.

THE (MIX) CONTEST at Let's Go Get It music blog

It's tough for a white guy from the Dallas suburbs to find good funk and soul music, especially from the golden age of 1970s. Well, it just got a little easier. From the funky people who maintain the quality Let's Go Get It soul and funk (and more) music blog:

Ladies and Gents Welcome to The Contest II
In this second edition 10 of our friends are here to share their compilations with us .
The goal here is have fun, but the most downloaded mix will win a 30-day Rapidshare Premium-Account.

I invite you to download those mixes you think are the best.
And give your feedback in Comments.

The Finish Line will be on Sunday 24th.
So, Lets Go Get It!

I downloaded both the Bon Mot and 70's Rare Grooves mixes and enjoyed the hell out of them.

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Wilco Winter Residency

Wilco is playing a series of shows...essentially being badasses and playing their entire catalog really well.

Tonight's 2/20/08 show is being webcast, and you can listen here. Check it out around 7:30pm Central?
***UPDATE***link to all nights
Check out some of this week's shows:
Part 1 (mp3)
Part 2 (mp3)
1. ELT 2. A Shot In The Arm 3. Side With The Seeds 4. You Are My Face 5. I Am Trying To Break Your Heart 6. Pot Kettle Black 7. At Least That's What You Said 8. What's The World Got In Store 9. When The Roses Bloom Again 10. Airline To Heaven 11. Ashes Of American Flags 12. Either Way 13. Jesus, Etc. 14. Too Far Apart 15. Can't Stand It 16. Sunken Treasure 17. Spiders (Kidsmoke) // E1: 18. Misunderstood 19. Far, Far Away 20. Why Would You Wanna Live 21. Impossible Germany 22. Sky Blue Sky 23. Please Be Patient With Me 24. Cars Can't Escape 25. Hummingbird // E2: 26. Hate It Here 27. Walken 28. I'm The Man Who Loves You 29. Heavy Metal Drummer 30. Candyfloss 31. Outtasite (Outta Mind)

Part 1 (mp3)
Part 2 (mp3)
1. Someone Else's Song 2. Hell Is Chrome 3. Handshake Drugs 4. Muzzle Of Bees 5. Via Chicago 6. I Am Trying To Break Your Heart 7. Hotel Arizona 8. A Shot In The Arm 9. Impossible Germany 10. It's Just That Simple 11. When You Wake Up Feeling Old 12. Too Far Apart 13. Hate It Here 14. Jesus, Etc. (w/ Andrew Bird) 15. Forget The Flowers (w/ Andrew Bird) 16. Dash 7 (w/ Andrew Bird) 17. Christ For President (w/ Andrew Bird) 18. Walken 19. I'm The Man Who Loves You // E1: 20. The Late Greats 21. Heavy Metal Drummer 22. Red-Eyed And Blue 23. I Got You (At The End Of The Century) 24. A Magazine Called Sunset 25. Monday 26. Casino Queen 27. Kingpin 28. Passenger Side (w/ Andrew Bird) 29. Dreamer In My Dreams (w/ Andrew Bird) 30. The Lonely 1 (w/ Andrew Bird) // E2: 31. ELT 32. Hoodoo Voodoo

2/19/08 (last night- Radio Broadcast, 1 track
1. Outta Mind (Outta Sight) 2. I Must Be High 3. Impossible Germany 4. Radio Cure 5. Leave Me (Like You Found Me) 6. Company In My Back 7. Handshake Drugs 8. War On War 9. Shake It Off 10. Summer Teeth 11. In A Future Age 12. ELT 13. A Shot In The Arm 14. Poor Places 15. Reservations 16. Spiders (Kidsmoke) 17. On And On And On // E1: 18. Hotel Arizona 19. Too Far Apart 20. (Was I) In Your Dreams (w/ horns) 21. Misunderstood 22. Someday Soon 23. California Stars 24. Hate It Here (w/ horns) 25. The Thanks I Get (w/ horns) 26. Walken (w/ horns) 27. I'm The Man Who Loves You (w/ horns) 28. I'm A Wheel (w/ horns) 29. Kingpin 30. Outtasite (Outta Mind) // E2: 31. The Late Greats

from gs9337: "This is last nights show mp3 format from radio. I captured this last night in my hotel(was hoping the maid didn't fuck with my ethernet cord it is kinda loose) while I was at the show it is the whole concert plus tweedy was on some eclectic show after that I left that on there about 220 megs total. The concert is set up as one big file I didn't do any cuts quality is excellent it is seekable so you can jump around on it. I captured in wav but thats over 2 gigs so i converted for ss. Enjoy off to another show on the red train back to NYC tomorrow morn."

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Best Coffeeshop in Amsterdam: Grey Area

Greetings from Amsterdam.

I spent time in one of my favorite places on Earth... the Grey Area coffeeshop. When I lived in Amsterdam over the summer, our canal apartment was a couple of blocks from Grey Area.

My brother first told me about the tiny place when he visited Europe in 2001. It was owned by Americans. They had bongs. Played great music. And you could by quarters and ounces.

The walls were originally mirrors that have been covered by stickers, including all of your favorite Jambands. There's even a sticker from Illegal Pete's in Boulder. Also, you'll find a picture up on the wall of Phish hanging out in Grey Area.

I first checked out Grey Area in September of 2005, and got quickly hooked on the Grey Haze. Here's a sample:

And here's a quick photo montage of some of my favorite Grey Area photos. Enjoy.

Inside the Grey Area

Monday, February 18, 2008

Guest DJ Thom Yorke

The NPR All Songs Considered podcast is simply a downloadable mp3 of the broadcast, but who can keep track of NPR broadcast schedules. Most of the time host Bob Boilen plays new tracks, or may be plays off a theme; he also does a good job at incorporating audience input. I was real excited to see that they got Thom Yorke to sit down and talk about some of his music and other's that have influenced him - I just can't my fill of Radiohead. Also cool to learn that Thom really digs MF Doom's stuff (as he should), but is a Frank Zappa n00b (as he shouldn't). NPR's show description reads:

Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke shares some of his favorite music with All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen. The two talk about Radiohead's latest work, In Rainbows and listen to some of the artists Yorke admires, including German electronica group Modeselektor, rap collaboration Madvillain, techno duo Autechre and more.
Here is a link to the particular show where you can stream the interview and listen to all the songs Thom plays , otherwise log on and subscribe to the free podcast. If anyone is interested in the Madvillain/MF Doom stuff, I think I can up that for d/l.

CNN enters the 9th Dimension and The Joker's Favorite STS9 Mix

The other day someone sent me the link to the STS9 video/interview on I think it made me realize how far Sound Tribe Sector 9 has come and made me reminiscence a little bit.

The first time I saw STS9 was at a late night stage at Bonnaroo 2003. I saw them a few times in 2004, and by 2005 I was in Colorado and a full-fledged STS9 fan.

I have compiled a mix of my favorite STS9 performances. This is a mix of songs that made a big impact on me at the actual show- the songs that I was talking about the next day. STS9 in 2008 is favoring more of their hip-hop/glitch influenced sound...this mix of performances of the '05-'07 era favors songs that have Hunter's long guitar lines in focus.

The Mix:
DOWNLOAD The Joker's Favorite STS9 Performances 05-07

RoyGbiv>Monkey Music (Vegoose '05, House of Blues, Late night)-
Roygbiv is actually a Boards of Canada cover, but I think that the STS9 version is better. This was played for the encore of the late night show at the 2005 Vegoose at the House of Blues. I love the long melodic lines in Roygbiv and the simplicity of the guitar line in Monkey Music.

Late night Vegoose '05 is a memorable show for me because it was a show I went to on my own after Pauly decided to get some rest- it started at 1am. I was very excited to see STS9 that night, and there were a lot of kids looking for extras to the show. I ended up selling my ticket to a kid from Truckee, CA. We were in assigned seats on the first row of the balcony- before the show started he was looking for his girlfriend in the crowd on the floor. We were able to find her by making bird calls from the balcony. It was a very fun show and many of the stories you kinda had to be there. The whole show and especially this encore was in heavy rotation on my iPod for months afterward.

F.Word (The Fillmore, Denver, Jan '06)
According to a friend of mine who has been seeing STS9 a lot longer than I have F.Word started out as "jam in F". I remember never paying much attention to this song until this show; something in it that night clicked in me. I love Hunter's guitar in this version...F.Word makes me think of a lot of skiing and good times in Colorado every time I listen to it.

Ramone & Emiglio (9/06 The Fox Theater, Boulder)
The Fox 9/8/06 was the night before STS9's first time headlining Red Rocks. They played a lot of older songs that night, and this is one of my favorites. Ramone & Emiglio is my favorite song on Season's '01 (the first STS9 disc I ever got). '01-'04 versions of this song often clocked in at over 20 minutes; this version is tightened up without losing any of its muscle.

(9/06 Red Rocks)
As many of you know, Red Rocks is a beautiful place and for me Music, Us seems to fit well with Red Rocks. Music, Us is my favorite off of Artifact and it was a great feeling to hear it at Red Rocks. Interestingly enough, this is the only song in the mix that features (sampled) vocals.

Orbital (Vegoose '06, The Hard Rock Casino, Late Night show)
This is the infamous "Disco Santa" show...I wore a Santa suit to the show with glitter and a disco ball on my cap. Pauly and Change 100 left at setbreak, and during the first part of the second set I ended up dancing with some kids dressed up as Ziggy Stardust, Rainbow Brite, and Alice in Wonderland...those 3 are now some of my best friends, and we met during this performance of Orbital.

Water Song (Boulder Theater, 3/07, night 5 of the 5 night run)
In spring of '07 I went to Langerado and then came back to Colorado where STS9 had decided to put on a run of 5 nights at the Boulder Theater. I ended up making it to 3 out of the 5. Interestingly enough, this Water Song is one of my favorites but it is in the middle of a set of glitchy shit that I hated. Water Song is a great performance and for me it was a crazy night- we were also celebrating St. Patrick's day.

Sunday, February 17, 2008


For those of you never exposed to this NorthEast Band you don't know what you are missing. This (Orange Sunshine) just happens to be one of my favorite Creek Songs. It is also a montage of past and present MaxCreek Alumni.

Although the Creek have covered many a Dead tune, they are way more then a cover band. In fact most of my favorite Creek songs are all originals. I've seen them all over the NorthEast including Vermont, Rhode Island, Connecticut and Massachusetts yet I dont believe Ive ever seen a Creek show in New York!!

The band will be celebrating their 37th anniversary at CreekEnd April 18th and 19th at Eastover Resort in Lenox Massachusetts. I attended the Saturday night show of CreekEnd last year after almost 19 years of not catching them live. I was amazed that Mark Mercier was still as nimble on the keyboards and could remember all the lines of Tangled Up in Blue. BFF Kim and I had a great time and I even got a shout-out from Scott for a blog post I had put up on my Irongirl01 blog (although he thought my username was DirtyGirl... (sounds better doesnt it!!)

Sympathy for the Devil is one of my favorite covers. I honestly think Greg Vasso can do this as good if not better then Mick.

And for you Phish freaks Phish has covered MaxCreek's Back Porch Boogie Blues!!


Today in Phishtory: 2.17.97 Amsterdam

Phish. Amsterdam. 1997.

The boys played at the legendary Paradiso in Amsterdam and the venue where the first time they debuted songs such as Carini and Soul Shakedown Party.

They opened up with a cover of Bob Marley's Soul Shakedown Party to start out the epic show. First set highlights include Divided Sky and Timber Ho! Second set is pure sickness... Down with Disease > Carini > Taste > Down With Disease.

Go download/listen to 2.17.97 right now courtesy of

Here's the setlist...
2.17.97 Paradiso, Amsterdam

Set I: Soul Shakedown Party, Divided Sky, Wilson, My Soul, Guyute, Timber, Billy Breathes, Llama, Bathtub Gin > Golgi Apparatus

Set II: Squirming Coil, Down With Disease > Carini > Taste > Down With Disease, Suzy Greenberg, Prince Caspian

Encore: Sleeping Monkey, Rocky Top

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Today in Phishtory: 2.16.97 Cologne

Eleven years ago today, Phish played in Cologne, Germany.

Check out a video of Chalkdust Torture from that show.

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Here's the setlist...
2.16.97 Wartesaal, Cologne, Germany

Set I: Beauty of My Dreams, Split Open and Melt, Bouncing Around the Room, Crosseyed and Painless, Guelah Papyrus, Ginseng Sullivan, Tweezer, Waste, Cavern, Chalkdust Torture

Set II: Sample in a Jar, Cars Trucks Buses, Free, Sparkle, Simple > When the Circus Comes to Town, Swept Away > Steep > David Bowie, Loving Cup, Tweezer Reprise

Encore: Theme from the Bottom, Johnny B Goode
Listen/download the Cologne show courtesy of

Ratdog added to Mountain Jam IV Line Up

Warren Haynes and Radio Woodstock present:

What: Mountain Jam IV

Where: Hunter Mountain NY (yes its a ski area)

When: May 30th thru June 1st 2008

The Line-up:

Bob Weir & RatDog

Gov't Mule (playing two nites)

Levon Helm’s Ramble on the Road

Michael Franti & Spearhead

Umphrey’s McGee

Medeski, Scofield, Martin & Wood

Citizen Cope

Drive-By Truckers

Dark Star Orchestra


Grace Potter & The Nocturnals

Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings

Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk

Felice Brothers

JJ Grey & Mofro

Jackie Greene

Dr. Dog


Pete Francis

JIM WEIDER’s PRoJECT PERCoLAToR with special guest Lucy Bo

Larry McCray

Pnuma Trio

Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad

O’ Death



Dark Meat


DJ Lady Verse

Have fun clicking on the band links and discovering that new hidden gem of a band. Several of these bands are local to the Kingston, New Paltz and Woodstock area. I missed Mountain Jam III as I was soon to be on my way to Sin City much to BFF/partner-in-crime Kim's dismay.

Tracklist for Scarlett Johansson's Album of Tom Waits Covers...Revealed!

The track listing for actress Scarlett Johansson's debut album-- a collection of Tom Waits covers-- was unveiled this week at a listening party for journalists at NYC's Joe's Pub. Titled "Anywhere I Lay My Head", the disc will be released May 20th via Atco/Rhino.

Members of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Celebration guest on some of the tracks, while David Bowie lends his vocals to two songs-- "Falling Down" and "Fannin' Street." One Johansson original, titled "Song for Jo" also appears on the recording.

Johansson has no plans to tour in support of the album at this point, though she hasn't ruled out a festival appearance this summer.

Here's the track list:

"Town With No Cheer"
"Falling Down"
"Anywhere I Lay My Head"
"Fannin' Street"
"Song for Jo"
"Green Grass"
"I Wish I Was in New Orleans"
"I Don't Want To Grow Up"
"No One Knows I'm Gone"
"Who Are You?"

Friday, February 15, 2008

Widespread Panic - Best of Seattle Mix

Here's a sweet mix of nine songs during Widespread Panic's two night Seattle run in October 2007.
Panic Seattle Mix
1. B of D
2. Bartsools and Dreamers
3. Diner
4. Guilded Splinters
5. Time Zones
6. All Time Low
7. Low Spark
8. Pigeons
9. Pilgrims
Download Link - Widespread Panic 2007 Seattle Mix

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Gordon Sits in with RAQ

Mike Gordon sat in with RAQ on 2.8.08 at the Higher Ground in Winooksi, Vermont. They played Them Changes by Buddy Miles.

Click here to listen/download Gordo with RAQ.

Hat tip to Partyin' Peeps.

Today in Phishtory: 2.14.03 L.A.

Happy Valentine's Day everyone! In the history of The Phish, the boys played three shows of note on February 14th including 2.14.91 State Street Theater, Ithaca, NY and 2.14.97 Le Botanique, Brussels, Belgium.

The Valentine's Day show that stands out is 2.14.03... or five years ago today. It was only the fifth show that Phish played since they ended their hiatus. The show marked the beginning of their winter run as they played a show in L.A..
2.14.03 Great Western Forum, Inglewood, CA

Set I: My Sweet One, Cover of the Rolling Stone**, Chalkdust Torture, Fee > Taste, Bathtub Gin, Heavy Things, Golgi Apparatus

Set II: Possum, Walls of the Cave > Carini, All of These Dreams, Limb By Limb, The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony > AC/DC Bag > Prince Caspian

Encore: Loving Cup

** First time played; cover from Dr Hook & the Medicine
My favorite bit is Walls > Carini. Listen for yourself! Click here to listen and/or download excerpts of the show via

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Phish News: Mike & Fish at The Rothbury Festival; Fish Joins Yonder

According to, John Fishman will be playing with Yonder Mountain String Band for two gigs at the end of the month. You can catch Fish sitting in with YMSB on Feb 20th in Columbus, OH and on Feb 21st in Asheville, NC.

In other Phishy news, Fish and Mike will be performing at The Rothbury Festival. Brought to you by AEG Live (promoters from Coachella) and from Madison House, the Rothbury Festival will be held in Rothbury, Michigan on July 3rd through 6th at the idyllic Double JJ Ranch near Lake Michigan. According to the press release, "The festival’s goal is to draw attention to climate change and clean energy alternatives."

Tickets go on sale Feb. 27th over at the official site for Rothbury.

Some of the artists include... Dave Matthews Band, John Mayer, Widespread Panic, Phil Lesh & Friends, Modest Mouse, STS9, and Snoop Dogg.

Nice mix. Too bad I won't be able to make it.

Built to Spill

I was really into Built to Spill around 2000-2002, then it seems like I forgot about them, and now I am very excited to see them at Langerado. They are a consistently rocking indie rock band. I think that they kick a little more ass than some of the other bands that are usually lumped into the genre. Plus, you can't deny that Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist Doug Martsch has a beard that any hippie would be proud of.

Check out their 2006 effort, "You In Reverse" DOWNLOAD (m4p).
and my personal favorite, "Keep it Like a Secret" (.rar)

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Radiohead First Leg US Tourdates Announced!!!

Looks like Florida and the South are getting some love...Might have to hit up Palm Beach>Tampa>Atlanta>Charlotte w/BTreotch...
MAY '08
Mon 5 Cruzan Amphitheatre West Palm Beach, FL
Tue 6 Ford Amphitheatre Tampa, FL
Thu 8 Lakewood Amphitheatre Atlanta, GA
Fri 9 Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Charlotte, NC
Sun 11 Nissan Pavilion at Stone Ridge Bristow, VA
Wed 14 Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre St Louis, MO
Sat 17 Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Houston, TX
Sun 18 Center Dallas, TX
All these dates go on "pre" sale this Thurs, February 14 through W.A.S.T.E.!!!

Get ready for R_adio_hEAd t00r, phans:
8-13-03 Mansfield, Ma (Great Woods)

Sit Down, Stand Up
Paranoid Android
Kid A
Morning Bell
My Iron Lung
Where I End And You Begin
Sail To The Moon
The Gloaming
Climbing Up The Walls
Like Spinning Plates
Go To Sleep
National Anthem
There There
Punch Up At A Wedding
Everything In Its Right Place
No Surprises

Led Zeppelin at Bonnaroo???

Everyone has been asking if Led Zeppelin is going to be at Bonnaroo over the past couple of months. I don't know, but I know that they sure kicked some ass in 1973.

Led Zeppelin
Live At Southampton University Working Tapes
1973.01.22 Southampton U.K.
disc 1
01 Rock And Roll
02 Over The Hills And Far Away
03 Black Dog
04 Misty Mountain Hop
05 Since I've Been Loving You
06 Dancing Days
07 The Song Remains The Same
08 The Rain Song
09 Dazed And Confused

disc 2
01 Stairway To Heaven
02 Whole Lotta Love(inc. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love, I Can't Quit You Baby, Let's Have A Party)
03 Heartbreaker
04 Organ Solo
05 Thank You
06 How Many More Times
07 Communication Breakdown

part one
part two
part three

Monday, February 11, 2008

The New Mastersounds

Looking forward to seeing these guys at Langerado...

The Independent, San Francisco, CA (SOUNDBOARD)

01. (Intro)
02. Baby Bouncer
03. Coming Up Roses
04. This Ain't Work
05. Pure
06. Miracles
07. Zambezi
08. Talk Is Cheap
09. Hole In The Bag
10. Give Me A Minute
11. (Intro)
12. Thermal Bad
13. Hot Dog
14. Vandenburg Suite
15. 33
16. 9 to 5
17. Eazin' Down
18. Hey Fella
19. You Got It All
20. Drop It Down
21. Nervous
22. One Note
23. Carrot Juice
24. Jam

Sunday, February 10, 2008

YEM Shoreline 92 Videos

Part 1

Part 2

Topic: Transcendental Post Hiatus Jams

A PTer named "Gordeaux" started a rather quality thread at the Phantasy Tour message boards titled Transcendental Post Hiatus Jams. These are the types of posts I look for on PT, but seem to find too rarely. It's still a great resource for music, player haters and internet tough guys.

Anyhow, I took the liberty of tabulating all the uploads from the first hundred posts or so. If you just want to hit one BIG one, check the Jambient Mix 2003:

gorge round room
alpine 03 twist
Camden 03 scents and subtle sounds
chicago 03 Simple
IT discern
boston 03 piper
IT Ghost
IT Reba
IT Ya Mar
Vegas '04 Twist
Deer Creek 03 Scents and Subtle Sounds
L.A. 03 bathtub gin
Jambient Mix 2003
boston rock n roll
12/31/03 Stash
06/19/04 Piper

Saturday, February 09, 2008

Change100's Guide to Surviving Coachella

I've made two trips to the Coachella Music & Arts Festival in my time-- back in 2002 when Bjork headlined, and in 2004-- the infamous Radiohead year. This year's lineup especially entices me-- the return of Portishead, Roger Waters playing Dark Side, My Morning Jacket, The National, Sasha & Digweed for a little of the untz untz, John Butler Trio, Rilo Kiley, Jens Lekman-- even that rich fucker Jack Johnson and random bands like Architecture in Helsinki and that new British chick singer Kate Nash appeal to me. I'm genuinely torn over going this year. I can't do the whole three days, that's for sure, but Showcase and I are leaning toward an appearance on Sunday night for Waters and MMJ.

I've put together a little guide for Coventry readers that may be Coachella virgins. It's a unique festival with a lot of quirks and I hope I can help to de-mystify a little of it for you.

Consider Ticket Packages and Accommodations

The three-day pass goes for $269.00 while single-day tickets are available for $90.00 a pop. Camping passes are $55.00, but come on, do you really want to sweat your ass off in a tent for three days and nights? It's the desert, people. You're much better off getting a nice air-conditioned room in nearby Indio or Palm Desert. I stayed at the Indian Palms Resort back in 2002 and it was the nuts. Nice rooms, a pool and walking distance to the venue. No waiting in line with all those L.A. douchebags lined up off the freeway for hours just to get in the lot. They're doing a special deal for Coachella for $353.00 per person for the entire weekend. Rooms are still available so get on it. The Motel 6 in Indio is always a perpetual party and a good option for those on a budget who don't want to camp. I've also stayed at the Country Inn & Suites in Rancho Mirage (in 2004), an easy drive from the venue.

The official Coachella site also has a list of area hotels that is very helpful.

Consider the Security Presence

I've been to festivals around the country (Bonnaroo, Langerado and the like) and Coachella's security is by far the most buzz-killing. Expect a very thorough search of your bag as you enter the venue. Camelpacks are a no-no. Chairs are a no-no. If they think your backpack is too large, they'll make you take it back to your car. And the backpack that got in on Friday may not get back in on Saturday in the face of a hot, pissed-off security guard. Hide your shit well. Don't even attempt to smuggle in liquor because they'll rid you of anything liquid or glass before you set food on the Empire Polo Field.

Consider Wireless Connections

Consider yourself warned-- the cell phone reception situation inside the venue is downright lousy. Expect a lot of dropped calls and spots where you get no bars at all. If you're with a group, pick out a default spot on the first day to meet in case you get separated and can't get your phones to work.

Consider Remembering Where You Parked Your Car

Don't be like me-- wandering around the lots at 2 AM forgetting where the fuck you parked. If my memory serves me right, the rows and aisles are not labled so either (a) accurately count the number of cars between you and a stationary object (like a tree, just remember which one) or (b) fly some big gay flag above your vehicle to make it easily recognizable to your spun-out self after 12 hours of heady tunes.

Consider Cash

All food and beverage transactions are cash only. There are ATMs aplenty, though both inside and outside the venue. Expect to spend $25-30 per day on food and $60 or more if you plan on having beer. Water costs $2 a bottle. Budget at least $20 per day for it. And don't eat the Chinese Food after dancing for 2 hours straight to a Sasha & Digweed set. It just won't end well.

Consider Hydration and Sun Protection

Expect the high temperatures to range from 90-100 degrees and the lows to be no chillier than 65. It's imperative that you drink water constantly, especially with all that dancing and head-bopping you're bound to do. There are shady areas inside the festival grounds-- tents, some with those air-misting things-- but there aren't many. Slather yourself in at least SPF 30 and reapply at least twice during the day.

Consider Pacing Yourself

Coachella is not for the faint of heart. It's hot, it's dry, it's expensive, but the lineups always make it worth it. And this year, it's expanded to three days. Two were hard enough for me back in '02 and '04. Remember the intense environment when making decisions and remember to pace yourself. There's no shame in taking a half-hour between sets to chill out in the shade-- especially after sweating your ass off inside one of the tents.

Enjoy your Coachella, peeps. I hope to join you this year.

Friday, February 08, 2008

Langerado Schedule up on JamBase

Check it out, hippies!

Here are my initial thoughts- A few conflicts but that often happens at a festival (bold will not be missed!):

Thurs night:
I don't know these bands>Claypool>New Deal> Dark Star Orchestra> Check out a little of P-Groove

See these bands I haven't seen>
Vampire Weekend>
(Conflict) 311, !!!, Spam All-Stars>
(Conflict) Roots, Mickey Hart? >
Built To Spill >
Beastie Boys >
Phix till I get bored or it feels weird >

New Mastersounds>
Citizen Cope, Ben Folds, Antibalas>
Thievery Corporation>
Medeski, Martin, Scofield & Wood>
Disco Biscuits

Funky Meters>
Really not sure. This part of the schedule I am completely indifferent about>
of Montreal>
Phil and Friends > Check out The National During SetbreaK? Weird Timing in the middle of Phil's set.>

Overall, this is a fantastic schedule. Late nights look great and overall this is a very solid lineup.

2008 Langerado Schedule

The schedule for 2008 Langerado has been released!!

Here's the Langerado schedule, courtesy of

Five different stages, four days, tons of music... and I'm going with a kick ass crew this year with a couple of Langerado newbies.

Also, there have been two new artist additions... Chris Harford & the Band of Changes, along with Ben Jelen... both acts have been added to the already groovy list.
Thursday Highlights: Les Claypool, The New Deal, and Dark Star Orchestra.

Friday Highlights: Sam Bush, Vampire Weekend, The Roots, Beastie Boys, and then the tough choice of Phix, STS9, and Umphrey's... all playing at the same time!

Saturday Highlights: The Wood Brothers, The New Mastersounds, Antibalas, Thievery Coproration, MMW with John Scofield, REM, and then another tough choice... Disco Biscuits or Robert Randolph.

Sunday Highlights: Martin Sexton, The Funky Meters, Steel Train, G'ovt Mule, Ani Di Franco, and Phil Lesh & Friends

Can't wait! See you there.

The Raveonettes - Lust Lust Lust and Upcoming Tour

The Danish duo of Sune Rose Wagner and Sharin Foo, otherwise known as The Raveonettes, will be touring in the U.S. to support their new album Lust Lust Lust (which is due out on Feb. 19th).

You can stream the new album over at The Raveonette's myspace page.

Here's an MP3 courtesy of the band... Dead Sound (The Raveonettes) (Right Click and Save As)
Lust Lust Lust Tracklist:
01 Aly, Walk With Me
02 Hallucinations
03 Lust
04 Dead Sound
05 Black Satin
06 Blush
07 Expelled From Love
08 You Want The Candy
09 Blitzed
10 Sad Transmission
11 With My Eyes Closed
12 The Beat Dies
13 My Heartbeats Dying *
14 Honey, I Never Had You *

* - only available on North American release

Raveonettes Tour Dates:
2-29 San Diego, CA @ The Casbah
3-01 Pomona, CA @ Glasshouse
3-02 Costa Mesa, CA @ Detroit Bar
3-04 LA, CA @ El Rey Theatre
3-05 San Francisco, CA @ The Independent
3-07 Portland, OR @ Doug Fir Lounge
3-08 Vancouver, BC, CAN @ The Plaza Niteclub
3-09 Seattle, WA @ Neumos
3-12 - 3-16 Austin, TX @ SXSW
3-17 Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry
3-18 Chicago, IL @ Double Door
3-19 Detroit, MI @ Magic Stick
3-21 Toroto, ON, CAN @ Opera House
3-22 Montreal, QC, CAN @ Les Saint
3-23 Hoboken, NJ @ Maxwell's
3-24 Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club
3-27 Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brenda's
3-28 Baltimore, MD @ The Ottobar
3-29 Washington, DC @ Black Cat

Lastly, here's the video for You Want the Candy...

Click through to the Phish Blog to view the video via RSS or Bloglines...

Photo courtesy of Flickr user alientologist

Thursday, February 07, 2008

The Dude of Life - Where Is He Now?

The Dude of Life is an interesting footnote in Phishtory. The last time I saw him was at the Nassau Colesium show in 2003. The Dude of Life took the stage and performed Crimes of the Mind with the boys. Ever wonder what happened to the guy (a.k.a. Steve Pollack)?

Check out this article called The Dude of Life by Becca Tucker, which appeared in the NY Press. You'll find out some interesting bits about The Dude of Life, like how he's a suburban dad who commutes to the Bronx to teach public school.

Here's a bit:
"The way I would consider it is, Phish was famous, and I got a taste of that fame," Steve tells me over coffee in a suburban strip mall on the day we meet, a weekday evening after class was dismissed. "It was great. It definitely could be addictive."

Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Vampire Weekend - Vampire Weekend (2008)

Those heading to Coachella and Bonnaroo can get a taste of Vampire Weekend, now confirmed for both fests. They're also doing a pretty nice little tour right now. So, god damn, I listened to this album 4 and a half times in one day. That's absurd. I'm not the type to go overboard on anything. Now granted, it's just February, but this is the best album I've heard all year. Hold up, it may be the only album from 2008 that I've heard. Not to worry, hailing from NYC, they may be the world's first indierock world music band... durr... or may be not. I heard about these guys a few months ago on some NPR: All Things Considered broadcast - may be it was the informal broadcast where some musicians and critics sat around talking about 2007 music - I liked the snippet I heard then and the album does not disappoint.

Anyhow, I'm always skeptical of NYC bands - I suppose I preordain some level of pretentiousness upon them - too cool for school you know. These guys are cool, but they blend some nice African style rhythm guitar work with some subtle psychedelic pop - then just some straight up pop - it works really well on a few levels. Those who have trouble sharing a dance floor with young sorority girls may be in trouble.

The album is not 100% rock solid - I'll give it a B+, which is high - they may have rushed it a bit to get it out there, but it's still really fucking good.

Here is the link to d/l the album from an over-the-top musicblog ( filled with more d/l's than you could swing a stick at. They're also coming to a town near you - go check them out if you "stole" their music like I did.

"Phishistory" Downloads from jellyfish419

I found this today on PhantasyTour and thought everyone should know it is around... from jellyfish419
"First and foremost this is for ipod's. it is all m4a. for those of you who were around about a year and a half ago when i put this out the first time, this collection is very similar, except i've added some tunes here and there. also, instead of having 3 massive megaupload files, i've broken it down into pieces all under 100 mb so i could use mediafire and you can download more than one at a time. enjoy!"


link to document file with full listing and all mf links:

Pt 1
pt one

1983- Little Squirrel (Biovac Jaun)
1983- Proloned Exposure (Biovauc Jaun)
1983- Synth Jam (Biovauc Jaun)
1985- Christmas Jam
1985- Green Dolphin Street
1985-05-03 Anarchy
1985-10-17 Dave's Energy Guide
1985-10-17 TV Theme
1987-04-29 Fuck Your Face
1987-08-01 Dear Ms. Reagan
1987-08-21 Mikes Song
1987-08-21 Reggae Jam -> Makisupa Policeman
1988-01-27 AC/DC Bag -> Possum
1988-03-12 Colonel Forbin's Ascent ->
1988-03-12 Famous Mockingbird
1988- I Am Hydrogen

Pt 2
pt two

1988-07-12 Roll Like a Cantelope
1989-08-26 Fluffhead
1989-10-01 Reba
1990-05-06 Jagermeister Song
1990-11-04 Harry Hood
1990-11-04 Tube.
1991-03-15 Destiny Unbound
1991-04-11 "Prison Joke"
1991-04-11 Tweezer
1991-07-11 Frankenstein.
1991-07-21 Divided Sky
1991-07-24 Giant Country Horns Introductions

Pt 3
pt three

1991-07-24 You Enjoy Myself (w/GCH)
1992-04-16 It's Ice
1992-04-16 Mike's Song-> I Am Hydrogen -> Weekapaug Groove
1992-05-17 Possum
1992-07-25 You Enjoy Myself->
1992-07-25 zJam
1993- Leprechaun
1993-03-28 Dog Log Jam

Pt 4
pt 4

1993-03-31 Harry Hood
1993-08-02 Run Like an Antelope-> Makisupa Policeman-> Run Like an Antelope
1993-08-13 Bathtub Gin-> Ya Mar
1993-08-16 Reba
1993-08-17 David Bowie
1994-05-04 Run Like an Antelope

Pt 5
pt five

1994-05-07 1 Tweezer ->
1994-05-07 2 Sparks ->
1994-05-07 3 Makisupa Policeman
1994-06-16 Down With Disease->
1994-06-16 zContact
1994-06-18 Divided Sky
1994-06-18 Peaches en Regalia-> MLB jam-> David Bowie
1994-07-02 Weekapaug Groove

Pt 6
[a href=“”] pt six[/a]

1994-07-16 1 Run Like An Antelope->
1994-07-16 2 Catapult->
1994-07-16 3 Run Like An Antelope
1994-10-18 1 Reba
1994-10-18 Nellie Kane-> Llama ->
1994-10-18 zLlama Jam
1994-10-23 Runaway Jim
1994-10-31 Reba
1994-11-12 1 Down With Disease ->
1994-11-12 2 Have Mercy ->
1994-11-12 3 Down With Disease

Pt 7

[a href=“”] pt seven[/a]

1994-11-22 Funky Bitch
1994-11-23 Tweezer
1994-11-26 David Bowie

Pt 8
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1994-11-28 Tweezer
1994-12-08 Simple-> Catapult
1994-12-29 David Bowie

Pt 9
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1994-12-30 Tweezer
1995-05-16 Reba
1995-06-25 If I Could
1995-06-25 Mike's Song-> Why Don't We Do it in the Road-> Hold Your Head Up-> Weekapaug Groove

Pt 10
[a href=“”] pt ten[/a]

1995-11-14 Stash-> Manteca-> Stash-> Dog Faced Boy-> Stash
1995-11-22 Free->
1995-11-22 Llama
1995-11-29 Slave To The Traffic Light (with Bela Fleck)

Pt 11
[a href=“”] pt eleven[/a]

1995-12-05 Bathtub Gin
1995-12-07 Mike's Song ->
1995-12-07 Weekapaug Grove
1995-12-08 1 Tweezer->
1995-12-08 Kung->
1995-12-08 Tweezer
1995-12-09 Wilson

Pt 12
[a href=“”] pt tweleve[/a]

1995-12-09 You Enjoy Myself
1995-12-29 Bathtub Gin -> The Real Me -> Bathtub Gin
1995-12-30 Harry Hood

Pt 13
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1995-12-30 Run Like An Anteope
1995-12-31 Mike's Song
1995-12-31 Weekapaug Groove
1996- Weekly Time
1996-08-17 Slave to the Traffic Light
1996-10-31 Maze.
1996-10-31 Simple

Pt 14
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1996-11-02 Crosseyed & Painless ->
1996-11-02 Run Like an Antelope
1996-11-07 Bathtub Gin
1996-11-13 Suzy Greenberg ->
1996-11-13 zPrince Caspian

Pt 15
[a href=“”] pt fifteen[/a]

1996-12-06 1 Mike's Song ->
1996-12-06 2 Simple ->
1996-12-06 3 Harry Hood ->
1996-12-06 4 Weekapaug Groove
1996-12-30 Tweezer
1996-12-31 Down With Disease

Pt 16
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1997-02-17 1 Squirming Coil
1997-02-17 2 Down With Disease->
1997-02-17 3 Carini->
1997-02-17 4 Taste->
1997-02-17 5 Down With Disease
1997-03-01 Wolfman's Brother

Pt 17
[a href=“”] pt seventeen[/a]

1997-07-01 1 Jam->
1997-07-01 2Timber Ho! ->
1997-07-01 3 Bathtub Gin->
1997-07-01 4 Cities->
1997-07-01 5 Jam
1997-07-02 Stash
1997-07-21 Theme From the Bottom

Pt 18
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1997-07-23 Ghost
1997-07-30 David Bowie-> Citites-> David Bowie
1997-08-10 Cities
Pt 19
[a href=“”] pt nineteen[/a]

1997-08-14 Harry Hood -> Colonel Forbin's Ascent ->
1997-08-14 Merry Pranksters Jam -> Camel Walk
1997-08-17 Down with Disease ->
1997-08-17 Jam ->
1997-08-17 zBathtub Gin

Pt 20
[a href=“”] pt twenty[/a]

1997-11-14 Twist
1997-11-16 Timber Ho!->
1997-11-16 zSimple
1997-11-17 Ghost
1997-11-22 Halley's Comet

Pt 21
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1997-11-26 1 Character Zero->
1997-11-26 2 Also Sprach Zarathustra->
1997-11-26 3 Cities->
1997-11-26 4 Ya Mar
1997-11-30 Funky Bitch
1997-11-30 Wolfman's Brother

Pt 22
[a href=“”] pt twetnty-two[/a]

1997-11-29 Runaway Jim
1997-12-03 David Bowie->
1997-12-03 Possum->
1997-12-03 zFunk

Pt 23
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1997-12-06 1 Tweezer->
1997-12-06 2 Izabella ->
1997-12-06 3 Jam ->
1997-12-06 4 Twist Around ->
1997-12-06 5 Piper
1997-12-07 AC/DC Bag ->
1997-12-07 Psycho Killer
1997-12-07 Tube
1997-12-29 Tube

Pt 24
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1997-12-30 AC/DC Bag
1998-04-02 Stash
1998-04-02 Twist
1998-04-03 Roses Are Free ->
1998-04-03 zNassau Jam
1998-07-05 Fee

Pt 25
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1998-07-17 Mike's Song ->
1998-07-17 Weekapaug Groove
1998-07-19 Ghost
1998-07-24 Wolfman's Brother
1998-07-29 Bathtub Gin
Pt 26
[a href=“”] pt twenty-six[/a]

1998-08-01 Tweezer
1998-08-03 Gumbo
1998-08-11 Runaway Jim
1998-08-14 Lemonwheel Soundcheck

Pt 27
[a href=“”] pt twenty-seven[/a]

1998-08-15 Ambient Jam
1998-08-15 Gumbo-> Sanity
1998-10-31 Ghost
1998-11-06 Split Open & Melt

Pt 28
[a href=“”] pt twenty-eight[/a]

1998-11-11 Halley's Comet
1998-11-21 Simple
1998-12-31 Tweezer ->
1998-12-31 zCities
1999-07-07 Funky Bitch
1999-07-10 Chalk Dust Torture->
1999-07-10 Roggae
1999-07-12 What's The Use

Pt 29
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1999-07-15 1 Split Open & Melt->
1999-07-15 2 Kung ->
1999-07-15 3 Jam
1999-07-24 Fluffhead
1999-07-25 My Friend My Friend ->
1999-07-25 My Left Toe ->
1999-07-25 oWhipping Post
1999-07-25 Run Like an Antelope

Pt 30
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1999-09-14 Gumbo
1999-09-18 Meatstick
1999-12-07 Halley's Comet
1999-12-16 Tweezer
1999-12-30 Ghost
Pt 31
[a href=“”] pt thirty-one[/a]

1999-12-31 Rock & Roll
1999-12-31 Sand->
1999-12-31 saQuadrophonic Toppling
1999-12-31 Split Open And Melt ->
1999-12-31 zCatapult

Pt 32
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2000-05-22 Ghost
2000-06-14 Twist
2000-06-15 Ghost
2000-06-24 Tweezer

Pt 33
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2000-06-28 Mike's Song
2000-06-28 Weekapaug Groove
2000-09-08 Bathtub Gin->
2000-09-08 Jam
2000-09-14 Suzy Greenberg
2000-09-18 Halley's Comet
2000-09-20 It's Ice

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2002- Running Scared
2003-02-26 Moma Dance
2003-02-28 Tweezer
2003-07-15 Mr. Completely
2003-07-22 Gumbo

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2003-07-23 Run Like An Antelope
2003-07-29 Crosseyed And Painless
2003-08-02 Reba
2003-08-03 Ghost
2004- Tiny

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2004-06-17 Moma Dance->
2004-06-17 zFree
2004-06-18 99 Problems (w/ Jay-Z)
2004-06-18 Big Pimpin' (w/ Jay-Z)
2004-06-19 Piper ->
2004-06-19 zGotta Jibboo
2004-06-20 Twist

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2004-06-24 Tube
2004-06-25 Wolfman's Brother
2004-08-15 Reba
2004-08-15 Trey Talk
2004-08-15 zCurtain With
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Metallica and Pearl Jam at Bonnaroo; 2008 Lineup Released

The Joker rocking out during Bonnaroo 2006

I caught this over at Stereogum about the 2008 Bonnaroo Lineup. Yeah, Bonnaroo's line up has been announced. Metallica and Pearl Jam will be headlining. Phil Lesh & Friends, My Morning Jacket, and Jack Johnson will also be in the mix this year and among the big attractions. And the usual suspects like Umphrey's and Yonder are playing sets. Other acts of note include... Robert Randolph, Ozomatli, Dark Star Orchestra, O.A.R. and the Allman Brothers Band.

Hmmm.... no Trey.

It's a little for everyone. Like old schoolers... Willie Nelson and Robert Plant (with Allison Krause) will be there. Levon Helms from The Band is making an appearance. And there's the indie bands like Rilo Kiley and you know a ton of emokids will be showing up for the Death Cab set. Little Feat and Aimee Mann were buried at the bottom of the list. Check it out...
2008 Bonnaroo Lineup

Pearl Jam
Jack Johnson
Kanye West
Robert Plant & Alison Krauss
Phil Lesh & Friends
My Morning Jacket
The Allman Brothers Band
The Raconteurs
Willie Nelson
Death Cab for Cutie
B.B. King
Sigur Ros
Levon Helm and the Ramble on the Road
Ben Folds
The Bluegrass Allstars Feat. Luke Bulla, Sam Bush, Jerry Douglas, Bela Fleck, Edgar Meyer and Bryan Sutton
Umphrey's McGee
Iron & Wine
Yonder Mountain String Band
Swell Season
Talib Kweli
Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi's Soul Stew Revival
Gogol Bordello
Broken Social Scene
Robert Randolph's Revival
Rilo Kiley
Lupe Fiasco
Against Me!
Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings
Pat Green
Tegan & Sara
Solomon Burke
Drive-By Truckers
The Avett Brothers
Israel Vibration
Abigail Washburn & the Sparrow Quartet featuring Bela Fleck
Phil Lesh / Larry Campbell / Jackie Greene
Aimee Mann
The Fiery Furnaces
Orchestra Baobab
Ghostland Observatory
Jose Gonzalez
Dark Star Orchestra
Minus the Bear
Donavon Frankenreiter
Lez Zeppelin
State Radio
Jakob Dylan
Two Gallants
The Sword
Vampire Weekend
Little Feat
Nicole Atkins
The Felice Brothers
Mason Jennings
The Lee Boys
Black Kids
Serena Ryder
Steel Train
Grupo Fantasma
Back Door Slam
Head to for more info.

Lotus Spring Tour

Lotus continues its Copy/Paste/Repeat tour through the Spring, making stops coast-to-coast. Joining Lotus for the second part of the tour will be Gram Rabbit. Take a look at for full info on the remix project and on how you can create your own version.

Winter 2008: Copy Paste Repeat Tour

02.05 | Fayetteville, AR | George's Majestic Lounge w/ Telepath
02.06 | Memphis, TN | Newbys w/ Telepath
02.07 | Lexington, KY | The Dame w/ Telepath
02.08 | Charlottesville, VA | Satellite Ballroom w/ Telepath
02.09 | Towson, MD | Recher Theatre w/ Telepath

03.16-18 | Amsterdam, NET | Jam in the Dam @ Melkweg w/ The Disco Biscuits, Umphrey's McGee, Perpetual Groove, Tea Leaf Green, Dark Star Orchestra

Spring 2008: Copy Paste Repeat Tour

03.27 | State College, PA | The State Theatre
03.28 | Northampton, MA | Pearl Street
03.29 | So. Burlington, VT | Higher Ground
04.03 | Plains, PA | River Street Jazz Cafe (near Wilkes-Barre, PA)
04.04 | Troy, NY | Revolution Hall (near Albany)
04.05 | New York, NY | Fillmore NYC at Irving Plaza
04.08 | Columbia, MO | The Blue Note
04.09 | Lawrence, KS | The Bottleneck
04.10 | Ft. Collins, CO | The Aggie Theatre w/ Gram Rabbit
04.11 | Boulder, CO | The Fox Theatre w/ Gram Rabbit
04.12 | Boulder, CO | The Fox Theatre w/ Gram Rabbit
04.16 | Seattle, WA | Tractor Tavern w/ Gram Rabbit
04.17 | Portland, OR | Wonder Ballroom w/ Gram Rabbit
04.18 | Eureka, CA | The Red Fox Tavern w/ Gram Rabbit
04.19 | San Francisco, CA | Great American Music Hall w/ Gram Rabbit
04.20 | Crystal Bay, NV | The Crown Room at Crystal Bay Casino w/ Gram Rabbit (near Tahoe)

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