Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Episode 57: Runaway Gin joins HF Pod

This week we are joined by Phish tribute band Runaway Gin. This is a unique and exciting episode of the podcast, the first time we feature something other than a Phish show—but still discuss and play the music of the band. 

Part 1 of the podcast features the music of Runaway Gin along with discussion with the band, and Part 2 features an awesome Phish jam pick from each of the band members. Excellent stuff. 

We know Runaway Gin from Andy Greenberg, who many of you have heard on this show before. He and his bandmates Bobby, Fitz and John join us to talk about their relationships with Phish, what it's like to cover the music of a band you love, and much more. They'll also be playing this Summer in Chicago around the Fare Thee Well shows, so if you're going, check it out. 

And please review us on iTunes and send comments and feedback to helpingfriendlypodcast at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter. And check out CashorTrade.org for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review

Intro music: Black Keys, Gotta Get Away

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Episode 56: Guest Pick - Phish 11.9.98

This week we are joined by the great The Vic, who brought us back to a great show from the impressive Chicago run from 1998. We're going to play and discuss the last show of that run, 11.9.98. Below are pics from both Vic and Brad's setlists from this show. 

Phish has played some great shows at UIC Pavilion, including the "Elements" set from 2011 and the wonderful 6.18.94 show. This will be a 2-part podcast, with Set 1 this week, with Set 2 next week. Here's an mp3 of Set 1, if you'd rather download it directly. 

And please review us on iTunes and send comments and feedback to helpingfriendlypodcast at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter. And check out CashorTrade.org for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review



 


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Phish 11.9.98, UIC Pavilion, Chicago, IL

Set 1: Llama, Horn, I Get a Kick Out of You, Divided Sky, Frankie Says, Dogs Stole Things, Poor Heart > Free, NICU, Bold As Love

Set 2: Bathtub Gin, The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday > Avenu Malkenu > The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday > The Moma Dance > Slave to the Traffic Light > You Enjoy Myself

Encore: Frankenstein, Free Bird

Monday, April 13, 2015

Episode 55: Phish 5.28.89 - Ian's House

This week we are joined by our friend and guest host Jonathan, who brought us back to a wonderful show from 1989, from "Ian's House" (or "Ian's Party" at someone else's house). Either way, Ian was awesome.

This show is historic, fun, and filled with really excellent playing. Trey's tone and precision in playing is just crisp, clear and on point, and as Jonathan pointed out, this is among the finest banter you'll ever hear in a Phish show. Very entertaining listen. But even more than entertaining, it's a reminder of how musically mature Phish was even by 1989—26 years ago. A great sounding show, taboot (taboot). This will be a 2-part podcast, with Set 1 this week, Set 2 and Set 3 next week.

Here's Charlie Dirksen's review of the YEM.

We mentioned Matt Burnham's Phish Hall of Fame voting project, check it out!

And please review us on iTunes and send comments and feedback to helpingfriendlypodcast at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter. And check out CashorTrade.org for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review

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Phish 5.28.89, "Ian's House", Hebron, NY

Set 1: Divided Sky, Run Like an Antelope, Colonel Forbin's Ascent > Fly Famous Mockingbird, Fee -> Slave to the Traffic Light, Esther, Suzy Greenberg, You Enjoy Myself

Set 2: Fire, Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, Bathtub Gin, Sanity, Ride Captain Ride, Peaches en Regalia, Take the 'A' Train, Possum, Contact, Funky (Breakdown) -> The Price of Love, Funky Bitch, Split Open and Melt, The Mango Song, Harry Hood


Set 3: Jam -> La Grange Jam, The Sloth, Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley > Ya Mar, Jesus Just Left Chicago

Monday, March 23, 2015

Episode 54: Guest Pick - CJ Ferrell - 8.16.96

This week we have a long overdue guest, CJ, who is a longtime fan of the podcast and Mainer exiled in London. But we'll have him back for this Summer Tour, which we discuss on this show, along with lots of other things. The timing of this pick was stellar -- we'll be discussing and listening to the first day of the first Phish festival, the Clifford Ball, from 1996. This discussion comes just days after the latest festival announcement, Magnaball, coming in August 2015.

This will be a 3-part podcast, with Set 1 this week, Set 2 next week and Set 3 shortly thereafter.

And please review us on iTunes and send comments and feedback to helpingfriendlypodcast at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter. And check out CashorTrade.org for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review

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Phish 8.16.96, The Clifford Ball, Plattsburgh, NY

Set 1: Chalk Dust Torture, Bathtub Gin, Ya Mar, AC/DC Bag > Esther > Divided Sky, Halley's Comet > David Bowie

Set 2: Split Open and Melt, Sparkle > Free, The Squirming Coil, Waste, Talk, Train Song, Strange Design, Hello My Baby, Mike's Song -> Simple -> Contact > Weekapaug Groove

Set 3: Makisupa Policeman > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Down with Disease -> NICU, Life on Mars? > Harry Hood -> Jam

Encore: Amazing Grace

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Episode 53 - Guest Pick: Jackson Richards - Phish 6.4.11

This week we're excited to be joined by Jackson, a fellow Buckeye, and our guest host, Jonathan. We chat about and play Phish 6.4.11 -- with Set 1 this week and Set 2 next week!

Please continue to send us feedback about this experiment and let us know what you think.

And please review us on iTunes and send comments and feedback to helpingfriendlypodcast at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter. And check out CashorTrade.org for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review

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Phish 6.4.11, Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH

Set 1: Kill Devil Falls, Guyute, Fuck Your Face > Foam, Ocelot, Rocket in My Pocket, Back on the Train > Guelah Papyrus, Tube > Run Like an Antelope

Set 2: Birds of a Feather, Possum > Steam > Piper -> The Lizards, Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley > Harry Hood > Have Mercy -> Harry Hood > Character Zero


Encore: Slave to the Traffic Light

Monday, February 23, 2015

Episode 52 - Guest Pick: Tyler Curtis - Phish 1.1.11

This week we're excited to be joined by Tyler Curtis, who we've been looking forward to chatting with for a while now! We talked with him about 1.1.11, a "last of the New Year's run" show, which has a fantastic high-energy first set. The second set is one of those gems that flows and brings better and better jams as it develops. Great one to revisit.

This week we're going to release our intro conversation and Set 1 of 1.1.11, and release Set 2 and that discussion next week. Another attempt to mix things up and make things better.

Please continue to send us feedback about this experiment and let us know what you think.

And please review us on iTunes and send comments and feedback to helpingfriendlypodcast at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter. And check out CashorTrade.org for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review

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Phish 1.1.11, Madison Square Garden, New York, NY

Set 1: My Soul, Tube > Runaway Jim > Foam, Guelah Papyrus > Divided Sky, Round Room > Walk Away > Gotta Jibboo > Reba, Walls of the Cave

Set 2: Crosseyed and Painless > Twist > Simple, Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley > Makisupa Policeman -> David Bowie

Encore: Fee, Frankenstein

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Episode 51: Guest Pick - Steven Hyden - 10.31.96

This week we're excited to be joined by Steven Hyden, a music journalist for Grantland and a self-described Phish "noob." We chatted about 10.31.96, the Halloween show that of course included the cover of Remain in Light, by the Talking Heads. Here's an article that Steven wrote about Phish for Grantland, which is a great read.

We got a lot of good feedback on the new format last week, and so we're going to continue to just include the guest conversation, and point you to PhishTracksPhish On Demand App or Live Phish to listen to the epic Halloween album from 10.31.96.

Please continue to send us feedback about this experiment and let us know what you think.

And please review us on iTunes and send comments and feedback to helpingfriendlypodcast at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter. And check out CashorTrade.org for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review

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Phish, 10.31.96, The Omni, Atlanta, GA

Set 1: Sanity > Highway to Hell > Down with Disease > You Enjoy Myself, Prince Caspian > Reba, Colonel Forbin's Ascent > Fly Famous Mockingbird > Character Zero, The Star Spangled Banner

Set 2: Born Under Punches (The Heat Goes On) > Crosseyed and Painless, The Great Curve, Once in a Lifetime > Houses in Motion -> Seen and Not Seen -> Listening Wind > The Overload

Set 3: Brother, Also Sprach Zarathustra > Maze, Simple -> Swept Away > Steep > Jesus Just Left Chicago> Suzy Greenberg


Encore: Frankenstein

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Episode 50: Guest Pick - Adam Menzo - 12.6.97

This week we have Adam Menzo joining us, who picked a show that was his first and is near and dear to our hearts, 12.6.97 from The Palace. All 3 of us were lucky enough to have been there, and this show still ranks as one of the best in Phish history.

New Experiment! We're trying something different this week. Instead of including the show audio in the podcast, we're going to point you to a few places where you can hear it (links below). Because there are so many ways to listen to shows these days, we wanted to save some bandwidth/file size and deliver the guest conversation while letting you listen to the music in whatever way works for you. Chapters below.

Listen to 12.6.97 on PhishTracks, Phish On Demand App or Live Phish.

Please please send us feedback about this experiment and let us know what you think.

And please review us on iTunes and send comments and feedback to helpingfriendlypodcast at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter. And check out CashorTrade.org for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review

Chapter 1   0:00         Intro Chat w/Adam
Chapter 2   26:46       Set 1 Breakdown
Chapter 3   33:41       Set 2 Breakdown & Wrap Up

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Phish, 12.6.97, The Palace, Auburn Hills, MI

Set 1: Golgi Apparatus, Run Like an Antelope, Train Song > Bathtub Gin -> Foam, Sample in a Jar, Fee > Maze, Cavern

Set 2: Tweezer -> Izabella -> Twist -> Piper, Sleeping Monkey > Tweezer Reprise


Encore: Rocky Top

Monday, January 12, 2015

Episode 49: Miami NYE Run Recap

This week we are recapping the Miami NYE run from just about a week ago! We're splitting this episode into two parts, one breaking down and discussing Set 2 of 12.31.14, the other breaking down and discussing Set 2 of 1.3.15.

Our guests for the week are Kevin (@OKDeadhead), Ali (@peckedbythedove), Graig (@FurryThug) and Patrick (@PatrickBrannan). We all had a blast in Miami, and we hope you enjoy our breakdown of the weekend. These were our two favorite sets, so think about basking in the sun as you listen.

As usual, please review us on iTunes and send comments and feedback to helpingfriendlypodcast at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter. And check out CashorTrade.org for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review

Episode 49, Part 1: Set 2, 12.31.14

Chapter 1   0:00            Intro Chat w/Kevin, Ali, Graig & Patrick
Chapter 2   30:10          Set 2 Phish 12.31.14
Chapter 3   1:34:10       Set Breakdown

Episode 49, Part 2: Set 2, 1.3.15

Chapter 1   0:00            Set 2 Phish 1.3.15
Chapter 2   1:31:25       Set Breakdown & Wrap Up

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Episode 48: Guest Pick - Scott Bernstein - 12.9.95

This week we have Scott Bernstein of YEMBlog back to do another guest pick. He wanted to share his memories from the classic 12.9.95 show from Albany, NY. This monstrous Fall Tour delivered show after show, and this is considered by many to be the best. We also have a great conversation with Scott to kick off the episode.

Scott and I guessed that they played more shows in the Fall of 1995 than they have any year since they've been back in Phish 3.0. May not be exactly true, but still, it was a tour (and year) of endurance, high powered jams and pushing boundaries.

As you probably already know, Scott is the editor of JamBase, and he and his team work their asses off to connect people with good music. Check it out and show your appreciation.

As usual, please review us on iTunes and send comments and feedback to helpingfriendlypodcast at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter. And check out CashorTrade.org for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review

Chapter 1   0:00            Intro Chat w/Scott
Chapter 2   21:29          Set 1 Phish 12.9.95
Chapter 3   1:25:48       Set 1 Breakdown
Chapter 4   1:32:45       Set 2 Phish 12.9.95
Chapter 5   2:55:01       Set 2 Breakdown & Wrap Up

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Phish, 12.9.95, Knickerbocker Arena, Albany, NY

Set 1: Maze, Theme From the Bottom > NICU > The Sloth > Rift, Bouncing Around the Room, Free, Billy Breathes, Dog Faced Boy, Chalk Dust Torture

Set 2: Timber (Jerry), Wilson > Gumbo, You Enjoy Myself, Lawn Boy, Slave to the Traffic Light > Crossroads, Sweet Adeline

Encore: Loving Cup

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Episode 47: Guest Pick - 7.25.99, Deer Creek

This week we are back to a guest pick from the past. Our guest Matt Huber has chosen 7.25.99, from Deer Creek. A really great show that has some great bust-out tunes, some really classic '99 jamming, leading up to the "millennium" sound we hear before and up to the end of Phish 1.0. Setlist and chapter markers below.

Matt plays in a Phish tribute band, Solar Garlic Band, so check out their take on Phish and go see them if they come play near you! Matt wrote some reviews from 2014 Phish shows, which can be found here.

This is the Harry Hood Matt talked about from Alpine Valley in 1996. Really wonderful jam, not surprising that Matt had such a powerful experience during this version.

As usual, please review us on iTunes and send comments and feedback to helpingfriendlypodcast at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter. And check out CashorTrade.org for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review

Chapter 1   0:00            Intro Chat w/Matt
Chapter 2   29:11          Set 1 Phish 7.25.99
Chapter 3   1:33:41       Set 1 Breakdown
Chapter 4   1:44:10       Set 2 Phish 7.25.99
Chapter 5   3:11:06       Set 2 Breakdown & Wrap Up

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Phish, 7.25.99, Deer Creek Music Center, Noblesville, IN

Set 1: Meat, My Friend, My Friend -> My Left Toe -> Whipping Post > Makisupa Policeman > Happy Birthday to You*, Makisupa Policeman, Saw It Again, Boogie On Reggae Woman, Cavern

Set 2: Birds of a Feather -> Walk Away > Run Like an Antelope > Suzy Greenberg > Hold Your Head Up > Purple Rain > Hold Your Head Up, You Enjoy Myself

Encore: Loving Cup

*For Chris Kuroda's birthday

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Episode 46: Fall Tour Reviews Pt. 2 (SF & Vegas!)

This week we are going to review and bring you highlights from the SF & Vegas shows, with several fantastic guests. Jen Bernstein & Allie join us for SF, and Pete, Hilary and Dianna talk with us about Vegas.

Setlist and chapter markers below, hope you enjoy!

Here's a link to the video Jen filmed from the floor of the SF show the night the Giants won the World Series. Awesomeness ensues.

And here's a link to the song explanation for "Is This What You Wanted," the cover encore debut from Halloween, written by Leonard Cohen. Thanks to Pete for recommending this.

Chapter 1   0:00           Introduction & SF 1 w/Allie & Jen
Chapter 2   35:24         SF 2 w/Allie & Jen
Chapter 3   1:09:57      SF 3 w/Allie & Jen
Chapter 4   1:29:57      Vegas 1 w/Dianna, Pete & Hilary
Chapter 5   2:41:28      Vegas 2 w/Dianna, Pete & Hilary
Chapter 6   3:07:21      Vegas 3 w/Dianna, Pete & Hilary

As usual, please review us on iTunes and send comments and feedback to helpingfriendlypodcast at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter. And check out CashorTrade.org for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Episode 45: Fall Tour Reviews Pt 1. (Eugene-SD)

Hope everyone has enjoyed this whirlwind of the 12-show Fall Tour. This week we are discussing the first 6 shows with some great guests, complete with awesome clips from every show. The next episode will feature the SF and Vegas runs. Setlist and chapter markers below.

Chapter 1   0:00         Introduction w/RJ & Brad
Chapter 2   8:35         Reviews w/Isaac (Seattle & Eugene)
Chapter 3   40:10       Reviews w/Craig (Santa Barbara 1 & 2)
Chapter 4   1:37:26    Reviews w/Josh & Brad (LA & SD)

As usual, please review us on iTunes and send comments and feedback to helpingfriendlypodcast at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter. And check out CashorTrade.org for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Episode 44: Phish 11.28.92, Port Chester, NY

This week we are going all the way back to the Fall of 1992 to listen to a nice show with some real gems, 11.28.92, from Port Chester, NY. We hope you enjoy it! Setlist and chapter markers below.

As usual, please review us on iTunes and send comments and feedback to helpingfriendlypodcast at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter. And check out CashorTrade.org for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review

Chapter 1   0:00           Introduction
Chapter 2   9:30           Phish 11.28.92
Chapter 3   2:54:35      Show Breakdown

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Phish, 11.28.92, The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY

Set 1: My Sweet One, Foam, Stash, Esther > Chalk Dust Torture, Sparkle, Fast Enough for You > All Things Reconsidered, Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove

Set 2: Suzy Greenberg > Paul and Silas > Tweezer -> The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday > Avenu Malkenu, Maze, The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday > Bouncing Around the Room, The Squirming Coil, Love You > Hold Your Head Up, Harpua, Golgi Apparatus


Encore: Contact > Tweezer Reprise





Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Episode 43: Guest Pick - 7.23.97

This week we are back to bringing you a show from the archives. Our guest, Josh Korin, picked 7.23.97, from Atlanta. This gem of a show from the Summer of 1997 is a great way to jump back into the 1.0 shows. Setlist and chapter markers below.

The Summer '97  US tour was another unique time in Phish history. Fans here hadn't seen the band since New Year's '96, and they were playing a lot of brand new tunes in Europe in the Spring and early Summer that fans here were dying to hear live.

From "Ghost" and "Carini" to "Limb By Limb," "Twist" and "Piper," US fans were excited to see where these new songs would go. And yes, they went places. The show Josh chose from Atlanta was only the 3rd show in the US, and we were treated to the second domestic performance of "Ghost." And it was just one of the finest versions ever played, still to this day.

The "Ghost," at nearly 26 minutes, was a combination of a dance party, funk fest, disco beat, space alien invasion. It never misses a beat, and with Trey screaming about 18 minutes in, you know the band is having a blast.

Although the stellar "Ghost" was clearly the anchor of the show (LawnMemo gave it a 9.6), this had a great first set, with a wonderfully outside-the-box "Julius" opener. The "Limb By Limb" and "Split Open and Melt" are both fantastic. The "Melt" features some heavy, heavy wah pedal, which is always a reminder of '97. The set closes with a fun "Possum."

The last sequence is a short and strange "You Enjoy Myself" that segues into a great "Rocky Mountain Way" jam and finally, what sounds to us like a mid-90s "Chalk Dust Torture." Enjoy.

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Chapter 1   0:00           Chat w/Josh
Chapter 2   18:13         Set I 7.23.97
Chapter 3   1:37:05      Set I Breakdown
Chapter 4   1:46:36      Set II 7.23.97
Chapter 5   3:03:21      Set II Breakdown

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Phish, 7.23.97, Lakewood Amphitheater, Atlanta, GA

Set I. Set 1: Julius, Dirt, NICU > Dogs Stole Things > Ginseng Sullivan, Water in the Sky, Limb By Limb, Split Open and Melt, Billy Breathes, Possum

Set 2: Punch You In the Eye, Ghost > Sample in a Jar, You Enjoy Myself -> Rocky Mountain Way Jam > Chalk Dust Torture

Encore: Frankenstein

(Show source: source: akg460b/ck61>b18>d7 ots by JK; transfer: DAT master/tascam da20>microtrackII>audiogate (16/44)>cdwave>tlh (flac16) by john m 2012-07-14)




Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Episode 42: Dicks 2014 Recap!

For this week's show, we're recapping Dicks 2014. We were excited to be joined by Dave, aka @mrminer; frequent guests Zac & Andy from @thebabysmouth; and our friend Jim, who is @FlyPhishing. We reviewed all 3 nights and play some clips from each night. Really fun conversation, we hope you enjoy. Chapter markers are below, separated out by night. 

As usual, please review us on iTunes and send comments and feedback to helpingfriendlypodcast at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter. And check out CashorTrade.org for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review

Chapter 1   0:00         Intro Chat
Chapter 2   10:59       8.29.14 Review & Chat (clips from Simple, Ghost, Harry Hood)
Chapter 3   35:15       8.30.14 Review & Chat (clips from Wingsuit > Bowie, DWD, Carini, Light, Bold As Love)
Chapter 4   1:14:48    8.31.14 Review & Chat (clips from Wolfman's, Sand, Mike's Song)


 

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Episode 41: Coventry 10 Years Later

This week, we wanted to revisit Coventry, 10 years later, but in a different way than we usually approach the podcast. From our perspective, the music was, for the most part, bad. So we're not playing any music from the weekend. You can hear it all via Phish On Demand or PhishTracks. (The Jibboo, Melt, AC/DC Bag and Reba are highlights for us.)

But we wanted to share some personal memories, because it was a unique and great experience with the actual people we were with. I (RJ) had the luxury of being on vacation this summer with almost all of the friends who we were with at Coventry. One night on vacation, sitting around the table, we shared stories and recollections from that weekend. And 10 years later, we're at another peak, as is the band. 


So for this episode, Brad and I chat for a little while and then we share the conversation. As usual, please review us on iTunes and send comments and feedback to helpingfriendlypodcast at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter. And check out CashorTrade.org for face value tickets to shows across the country. 


Also the podcast is now available on Stitcher! If you're a Stitcher user, please give us a review. Look forward to the next episode, post Dicks! 

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Episode 40: Tour Conversations Part 3 (Charlotte - Atlanta)

Hello, friends. We're back this week with more tour conversations, wrapping up the first leg of the Summer Tour. We bring you some clips and chats from Charlotte, Merriweather, Portsmouth, Orange Beach, Oak Mountain, and Atlanta. Some great guests, and good music. Hope you enjoy. Chapter markers below.

As usual, please review us on iTunes and send comments and feedback to helpingfriendlypodcast at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter. And check out CashorTrade.org for face value tickets to shows across the country. 

We're happy to announce that the Helping Friendly Podcast is now available on Stitcher! If you're a Stitcher user, please give us a review.

Chapter 1    0:00        Intro & Chat w/Vic & Rusty (Charlotte)
Chapter 2    26:54      Chat w/Pat & Brian (MPP)
Chapter 3    1:06:08   Chat w/Eric (Porstmouth)
Chapter 4    1:30:05   Chat w/Eliot (Southern Run)

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Episode 39: Tour Conversations Part 2!

This week we're keeping it short and sweet with some more Tour Conversations, a few select conversations with friends sharing their show experiences with us. Great guests and great chats. Chapter markers below.

As usual, please review us on iTunes and send comments and feedback to helpingfriendlypodcast at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter. And check out CashorTrade.org for face value tickets to shows across the country. 


Chapter 1    0:00        Intro & Chat w/Brian (Randall's 3)
Chapter 2    18:03     Chat w/Jake (CMAC)
Chapter 3    29:35     Chat w/Matt (DTE)
Chapter 4    36:47     Chat w/Rob & Kevin (Chicago)

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Episode 38: Tour Conversations!

This week we we're mixing things up, because were in the middle of Summer Tour. We have some quick conversations with some of our friends, who share their first-hand experiences from the road. And then we play one set from Summer Tour so far. Chapter markers and setlist below.

We start with a conversation with Pete Mason of PhanArt, who has put together the Phan Art Poster & Pin Exhibition this coming weekend around the shows in Chicago. We're happy to be a sponsor of this show as well. 

A few links we mention in the interviews: here's Felicia's review of Mann night 1, and Craig's review of The Mann night 2.  

As usual, please review us on iTunes, and send comments and feedback to helpingfriendlypodcast at gmail dot com, and follow us on Twitter @hfpod. And check out CashorTrade.org for face value tickets to shows across the country. 

Chapter 1    0:00           Intro w/Brad & RJ
Chapter 2    4:24           Chat w/Pete Mason of PhanArt
Chapter 3    17:48         Chat w/Josh (Mansfield)
Chapter 4    30:48         Chat w/Brian (SPAC)
Chapter 5    39:43         Chat w/Felicia (Mann)
Chapter 6    49:24         Chat w/Craig (Mann)
Chapter 7    1:03:44      Chat w/Stu (Randall's)
Chapter 8    1:15:46      Chat w/George (Randall's)
Chapter 9    1:23:56      Set 2 Phish 7.8.14

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Phish, 7.8.14, The Mann Center, Philadelphia, PA

Set 2: 46 Days > Fuego > The Line, Backwards Down the Number Line > Tweezer -> Ghost > 2001 > Harry Hood > Tweezer Reprise

Encore: Possum