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Old 11-04-2013, 12:41 PM   #3601
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Two really solid '11s that aren't gimmicky, just awesome shows:
6.4.11 Blossom
6.8.11 Darien
Thanks for recommending this show. I grabbed it (and 6.3.11) over the weekend. Love it.
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Old 11-04-2013, 01:16 PM   #3602
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Thanks for recommending this show. I grabbed it (and 6.3.11) over the weekend. Love it.
Yea I listened to that one over the weekend, its a great one.
FYF->Foam and Back on the Train->Guelah Papyrus are nice highlights along with most of the second set being tight.
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Old 11-04-2013, 05:35 PM   #3603
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Yea I listened to that one over the weekend, its a great one.
FYF->Foam and Back on the Train->Guelah Papyrus are nice highlights along with most of the second set being tight.
That's too bad you don't dig the Darien show. Lots of wacky stuff in the first set and I love the second set. Hood is my favorite tune and far as compact versions go, this one is stellar.

This was the summer that DMB was a on a break and I bought the tour in advance. I had an elaborate system involving hidden columns in my tag program and squinting so you could see where you were clicking, but not filenames and each morning I downloaded the show and wiped the tags clean, then put it on my iPod without seeing what had been played. So the next day the entire tour I listened to the show blind. So getting quirky songs that I like and no idea were coming (Dog Faced Boy, Golden Age before it took off, What's the Use, Brian & Robert, Nellie Kane - I loved the bluegrass opener run this tour), then that Hood, the show really stood out for me and holds up for me now.

You get a very different perspective listening blind the next day all tour than you do downloading after seeing the set, or listening a year or two later. Not saying it's better or worse, just different. I also don't think I could ever do it again. It was a lot of work and the job I had at the time afforded me 3 hours of uninterrupted headphone time every day. I made it the entire year getting spoiled on I think two songs total.
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Old 11-04-2013, 06:47 PM   #3604
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The 6.3.11 show looks better, I'll have to revisit that.
As far as that Darien show goes, I like the beginning (Golden Age better then than it has been lately, teases of it in Weekapaug) of the 2nd and 2001>Hood, but otherwise I know I liked listening to other 11 shows more.

Does anyone know the date of the show where a jam (I think YEM) became this strange electronic noisiness from Trey's effects and he makes some comment about dancing to that music, maybe a dance contest joke, I think it was during the 2010 summer tour but I can't place which show it is. I liked listening to that show, I'd like to revisit it.
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Old 11-04-2013, 07:04 PM   #3605
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Nevermind, I found the show I was asking about.
It is 8/14/09 that I recommend, first Ascent>Mockingbird since 2000, and then the Ghost>Psycho Killer>Catapult>Icculus>YEM is just fun, unique and hilarious.
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Old 11-05-2013, 08:47 PM   #3606
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I'm enjoying mmost of the new tunes much more than I did when I first heard them. Waiting All Night, Wingsuit and 555 are getting alot of play from me currently.
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Old 11-07-2013, 12:06 AM   #3607
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If anyone cares to recommend some shows I NEED to have from Fall 09, Summer 12, and Summer/Fall 13 it would be appreciated, I only have both Alpine 12 shows and 11/1-11/2/13, I plan on making a Livephish.com purchase, buggy new site be damned. I wish you still got a discount for ordering 5 shows at once.
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Old 11-07-2013, 08:54 AM   #3608
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If anyone cares to recommend some shows I NEED to have from Fall 09, Summer 12, and Summer/Fall 13 it would be appreciated, I only have both Alpine 12 shows and 11/1-11/2/13, I plan on making a Livephish.com purchase, buggy new site be damned. I wish you still got a discount for ordering 5 shows at once.
I love the 11/1/2009 Indio show, with the long acoustic morning set. It's got a lot of mellow songs that aren't played very often and is a good listen on its own before the 2 set night show. The songs they normally play like McGrupp, Curtain With & Wilson all acoustic sound great. The electric show is fantastic as well.

I've listened to every note of 2011, not nearly as much of 2012, but I really like Deer Creek 1 & Jones Beach 2.
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Old 11-07-2013, 08:55 AM   #3609
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If anyone cares to recommend some shows I NEED to have from Fall 09, Summer 12, and Summer/Fall 13 it would be appreciated, I only have both Alpine 12 shows and 11/1-11/2/13, I plan on making a Livephish.com purchase, buggy new site be damned. I wish you still got a discount for ordering 5 shows at once.
8/31/12 - Dick's with the best Light ever IMO
10/29/13 - Reading was probably my favorite of the fall tour, but can't go wrong with 11/1 or 10/26 either
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I love the 11/1/2009 Indio show, with the long acoustic morning set. It's got a lot of mellow songs that aren't played very often and is a good listen on its own before the 2 set night show. The songs they normally play like McGrupp, Curtain With & Wilson all acoustic sound great. The electric show is fantastic as well.

I've listened to every note of 2011, not nearly as much of 2012, but I really like Deer Creek 1 & Jones Beach 2.
I love the Festival 8 acoustic set! Good festival. I have all of 2011, so I'll see about maybe getting DC1 and JB2 from 2012.

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8/31/12 - Dick's with the best Light ever IMO
10/29/13 - Reading was probably my favorite of the fall tour, but can't go wrong with 11/1 or 10/26 either
I'm not a big Light fan but I've read that 8/31/12 show is really good. I already have 11/1, but I'll check out 10/26 and 10/29
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Old 11-07-2013, 08:54 PM   #3611
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Hey guys, does Phish have some sort of tour central like DMB's almanac?
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Old 11-07-2013, 09:17 PM   #3612
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Hey guys, does Phish have some sort of tour central like DMB's almanac?
[Only registered users can see links.] is what I use, there are also more stats based on phish.net here: [Only registered users can see links.]
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Old 11-07-2013, 09:43 PM   #3613
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We really get spoiled by how good we have it with the DMB Almanac
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Old 11-08-2013, 10:08 AM   #3614
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We really get spoiled by how good we have it with the DMB Almanac
Thanks, made me smile to start my day. Several of us are close to as big of Phish fans as we are DMB fans. We would keep it up to date. But the work to clone the structure then switch it over for everything being different for a band, it's really not worth it. I think we have things that we can add to what's already out there, but not like there's a huge gap like there was with DMB when we made it. The Phish sites are decent enough.
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Old 11-08-2013, 11:16 AM   #3615
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I think phish.net is great... I've spent a lot time there the past couple of months, looking at setlists, reviews etc.

Speaking of which, I had no idea that the Destiny Unbound they played at the 2.28.03 Nass. Col. show I was at was such a huge bustout until looking at phish.net last night... I didn't know the song and honestly don't even remember it from the show, really just remembered the Bathtub Gin, Tweezer, and Contact
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Old 11-08-2013, 11:20 AM   #3616
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Thanks, made me smile to start my day. Several of us are close to as big of Phish fans as we are DMB fans. We would keep it up to date. But the work to clone the structure then switch it over for everything being different for a band, it's really not worth it. I think we have things that we can add to what's already out there, but not like there's a huge gap like there was with DMB when we made it. The Phish sites are decent enough.
I wish there was a PearlJam Almanac too, you guys do such a great job on dmb and the setlists for PJ are not as detailed with tags and songs lengths and stuff like that.
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Old 11-08-2013, 12:14 PM   #3617
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I love the Festival 8 acoustic set! Good festival. I have all of 2011, so I'll see about maybe getting DC1 and JB2 from 2012.



I'm not a big Light fan but I've read that 8/31/12 show is really good. I already have 11/1, but I'll check out 10/26 and 10/29

Fuck I meant 9/1/12, but the entire 2012 Dick's run is outstanding
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Old 11-08-2013, 12:24 PM   #3618
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I think phish.net is great... I've spent a lot time there the past couple of months, looking at setlists, reviews etc.

Speaking of which, I had no idea that the Destiny Unbound they played at the 2.28.03 Nass. Col. show I was at was such a huge bustout until looking at phish.net last night... I didn't know the song and honestly don't even remember it from the show, really just remembered the Bathtub Gin, Tweezer, and Contact
That second set is definitely one of the best of 2.0, Soul Shakedown Party bustout too, and the rare Round Room I have a soft spot for. Mexican Cousin too. As I mentioned earlier the show just before it 2/26/03 is one of my favorites as well, the side project first set, great Maze set closer, Ghost>Low Rider>Makisupa>Ya Mar.
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Old 11-08-2013, 12:29 PM   #3619
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Fuck I meant 9/1/12, but the entire 2012 Dick's run is outstanding
Yea I was thinking about getting that whole Dick's 2012 run. Is the 2013 Dick's solid or should I go with the 2013 Gorge shows and Bill Graham shows, maybe Hampton Fall run too?
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I think phish.net is great... I've spent a lot time there the past couple of months, looking at setlists, reviews etc.

Speaking of which, I had no idea that the Destiny Unbound they played at the 2.28.03 Nass. Col. show I was at was such a huge bustout until looking at phish.net last night... I didn't know the song and honestly don't even remember it from the show, really just remembered the Bathtub Gin, Tweezer, and Contact
I was at that show too
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