Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Episode 112: How Has Phish Impacted Your Life?

We've been talking a lot about the survey we put out there to all of you, about how Phish has impacted your life. This is the first look at those results, including an interview with Julie about her journey, and a longer conversation and some music with Zac, who has been on the show before and helped us put this survey together. 
 
We play some music (selections below), and we hope you enjoy. You can listen to the episode here. We encourage you to check out HF Pod Plus, we appreciate your support. And take the survey if you haven't yet, it'll be an ongoing thing.
 
You can subscribe and review us on iTunes and follow us on Twitter. Also like us on Facebook. And check out CashorTrade for face value tickets to shows across the country. 

--

Phish, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, CA

7.18.16 Martian Monster > Halley's Comet > 46 Days
 

7.19.16 Theme From the Bottom > Cities > Maze
 

7.20.16 Demand, Curtain With, Alumni Blues > Letter to Jimmy Page > Alumni Blues, Fuck Your Face, David Bowie

Intro/Outro Music: Fare Thee Well, Scarlet Begonias

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Episode 111: Guest Pick -- Phish 5.14.92, Port Chester, NY


This week we're joined by 2 old school fans, Lee and Jamie, who share their Phish journeys and memories with us. They have been seeing shows since 1990, and we discuss and play a show they were at from the Capitol Theater, 5.14.92. We hope you enjoy this discussion and the music! You can listen to this episode directly here (the setlist is below, and set 1 music starts around 31 minutes and set 2 starts around 1 hour 57 minutes).

If you can, please support HF Pod Plus! We appreciate it and hope you enjoy the extra content. 

Also, take our survey on how Phish has impacted your life. We'll be highlighting some of the initial takeaways in next week's episode. 

Here are some details on the Bakers' Dozen pre-show events and late night shows. See you all there!

You can subscribe and review us on iTunes and follow us on Twitter. Also like us on Facebook. And check out CashorTrade for face value tickets to shows across the country.

--

Phish, 5.14.92, The Capitol Theater, Port Chester , NY  

Set 1: Suzy Greenberg > All Things Reconsidered, The Sloth, Sparkle, Maze, Horn, Reba, Poor Heart > My Friend, My Friend, Bouncing Around the Room > Run Like an Antelope > Secret Language Instructions > Run Like an Antelope > Secret Language Instructions > Run Like an Antelope

Set 2: Glide, Cavern, Rift, Fluffhead, Eliza > Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove -> Wait -> Weekapaug Groove , McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters > Stash, Cold as Ice > Cracklin' Rosie > Hold Your Head Up, Possum

E: Sleeping Monkey > Rocky Top   


Intro/Outro Music: Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders, Finders Keepers

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Episode 110: Tweezer So Cold Pt 2!

This week we're back with part 2 of our detailed look into Tweezer! For part 2, we'll be going into 2.0 and 3.0 Tweezers. Lots of discussion and many many clips. Below are the clips we chose.
 
We received a ton of great feedback on part 1, so we're excited to get this one out to you all. As with last time, Matt is driving the bus on this one. He's done a ton of work on this, and here's a link to the Tweezer So Cold data dashboard that he created

Hope you enjoy. You can listen to this episode directly here. Send us thoughts and feedback. 

If you haven't yet, please take our survey on how Phish has impacted your life. It's turning into a really cool project, and we want to make sure your opinions are included! 

Please subscribe and review us on iTunes and follow us on Twitter. Also like us on Facebook. And check out CashorTrade for face value tickets to shows across the country.

--

7.17.03, Bonner Springs, KS
8.11.04, Great Woods
7.31.09, Red Rocks
8.9.10, Telluride
12.30.10, Madison Square Garden
10.20.30, Hampton
7.13.14, Randall's Island
8.7.15, Blossom

Intro Music: Soundgarden, Fell on Black Days 
Outro Music: The Rolling Stones, She's So Cold

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Episode 109: Tribute to Col. Bruce Hampton

This week we take a moment to say farewell to a man who has touched and influenced so many in our scene, Colonel Bruce Hampton, Ret. He has often been referred to as a "godfather of the jam scene," and he was respected and loved by so many.

He was a leader of the jamband scene, as it grew from the clubs of the late 80s and spawned H.O.R.D.E. in the early 90s and through to today. He passed surrounded by loved ones, friends, and fans, doing what he did for so long, introducing the unexpected into music. Whether it be the Hampton Grease Band, Aquarium Rescue Unit, Fiji Mariners, the Code Talkers, or playing Trombone with Phis, he provoked his fellow players to circumvent the obvious and inspired them to rise to ever greater heights.

This episode focuses on the intersections of Col. Bruce and Phish, of course, and also some other music (see below). You can listen to this episode here

A few other things: please give us input into our survey about how Phish has impacted your life. We have some good ideas for what to do with this stuff, so get your submission in!

If you haven't yet, please check out HF Pod Plus. And check out some awesome podcasts from some friends of ours—Brokedown Podcast and Beyond the Pond.

Please subscribe and review us on iTunes and follow us on Twitter. Also like us on Facebook. And check out CashorTrade for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review.

--

David Bowie, 11.7.91, Tipitina’s (w/Aquarium Rescue Unit)

Tweezer, 4.30.92, Madison, WI (w/Col. Bruce on trombone)

Col. Bruce & ARU, Basically Frightened > Zambi > Space Is The Place, Working On A Building, 7.7.92, Burlington, VT (w/Page, Fish and Dave Grippo, and Trey for a track)

You Enjoy Myself, 4.23.94, Atlanta, GA (w/Col. Bruce Hampton on piano)

Col. Bruce & ARU, Jam, 3.11.94, Burlington, VT (w/Trey, Page, Mark Vann, Drew Emmett, Michael Ray, Dave Grippo & Dave Gordo)

Mike Gordon Band, Yield Not To Temptation, 7.19.09, Atlanta, GA (w/Col. Bruce on vocals)
 

Intro/Outro Music: Col. Bruce Hampton & The Aquarium Rescue Unit, Planet Earth

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Episode 108: Phish 4.21.92, Eureka, CA

This week it's just RJ, with a short intro and a set of music from 1992. The music details are below.

In this episode, I mention the project we're embarking upon, getting input in a survey from all of you on how Phish has impacted your life. We'll create at least one episode with the responses, maybe more, depending on how it goes. So please respond and pass along to your friends.

You can listen to this episode directly here. If you haven't yet, please check out HF Pod Plus. And check out some awesome podcasts from some friends of ours—Brokedown Podcast and Beyond the Pond.

Please subscribe and review us on iTunes and follow us on Twitter. Also like us on Facebook. And check out CashorTrade for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review. 



-- 

Phish, 4.21.92, Redwood Acres Fairgrounds, Eureka, CA

Set 2: Dinner and a Movie, Colonel Forbin's Ascent > Fly Famous Mockingbird > Tweezer > Tela > Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, Weigh > Cold as Ice > Catapult > Cold as Ice, Hold Your Head Up > Lively Up Yourself > Cold as Ice, Sanity, Maze

(Note: This recording is missing the 2nd set closer, Sweet Adeline, and the encore, Cavern.)

Intro/Outro Music: Santana, Incident at Neshabur

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Episode 107: Phish 7.8.99, Virginia Beach, VA

This week, it's just Brad and RJ, breaking down 7.8.99. It was fun to go back and listen to this show and reorient ourselves to the millennial sound. Jonathan was at the show, but wasn't able to join the recording, so we do a dramatic reading of his comments. 

You can listen to the episode directly here

If you haven't yet, please check out HF Pod Plus. And check out some awesome podcasts from some friends of ours—Brokedown Podcast and Beyond the Pond.

Please subscribe and review us on iTunes and follow us on Twitter. Also like us on Facebook. And check out CashorTrade for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review.

--

Phish, 7.8.99, Virginia Beach Amphitheater, Virginia Beach, VA 

Set 1: Julius, Fee -> Jam , Guyute, Dirt, Nellie Kane, Stash, Cavern 

Set 2: Birds of a Feather > Prince Caspian > Jesus Just Left Chicago, Saw It Again, Sleep, Meatstick, Tube > Simple 

E: Terrapin > Hold Your Head Up, Character Zero 

Intro/Outro Music: John Lennon, Working Class Hero

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Episode 106: Phish 4.8.94, State College, PA

This week we'll be listening to and discussing 4.8.94, from State College, PA. It's just us this week, and we enjoyed reflecting on this show. We discuss and play both sets, and hope you enjoy! You can listen to this episode directly here. 

Here's our first episode, from 11.30.95, which we mention on this episode. And if you haven't yet, check out Brokedown Podcast and Beyond the Pond, two new music podcasts.

Please subscribe and review us on iTunes and follow us on Twitter. Also like us on Facebook. And check out CashorTrade for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review. If you haven't yet, please check out HF Pod Plus. Thanks!
--

Phish, 4.8.94, Recreation Hall, Penn State University, State College, PA

Set 1: Maze, Glide, Foam, I Didn't Know, Punch You In the Eye, The Horse > Silent in the Morning > Down with Disease, If I Could, Lawn Boy, Llama     

Set 2: Split Open and Melt, McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters, It's Ice -> Digital Delay Loop Jam -> It's Ice > Sparkle > Harry Hood, Bouncing Around the Room, Big Ball Jam -> David Bowie, Suzy Greenberg

E: Contact > Big Black Furry Creature From Mars

Intro/Outro Music: Outkast, Crumblin' Herb

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Episode 105: Joel Cummins Interview

Photo from Steve Olker
We're really excited to be releasing this interview with Joel Cummins of Umphreys McGee! Brad caught up with Joel while the tour was coming through Phoenix. Fun conversation about Umphrey's and Phish, with some music as well (tracks and timing below). Also, pretty cool that you can hear members of the band practicing in the background, as this was recorded backstage.

We had a great time with this interview, and we hope you enjoy. You can listen to the episode directly here.

NEW PODCAST ALERT! Check out Beyond the Pond, a soon to be released podcast from two friends and Phish fans, Brian and Dave. I've heard the first episode, and let me tell you, it's worth listening to. 

If you haven't yet, please check out HF Pod Plus! This bonus content will be delivered every 2 weeks (a new piece of content will be up Friday, 3/31). We appreciate your support and feedback.

And if you haven't yet, please check out Jonathan's new podcast, Brokedown Podcast. It's a great podcast if you love the Grateful Dead.   

Please subscribe and review us on iTunes and follow us on Twitter. Also like us on Facebook. And check out CashorTrade for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review.

--  

Umphrey's McGee, 1.20.17, The National, Richmond, VA (music from 45:30-2:12:00)

Set 2: In The Flesh > Another Brick In the Wall > Ringo, Tribute To Spinal Shaft > The Fuzz > The Triple Wide, Final Word > Mantis

E: Glory > Kid Charlemagne 

--

Phish, 11.16.94, Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, MI (music starts around 2:13:00)

Set 2: Mike's Song > Simple, I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome*, My Long Journey Home*, Chalk Dust Torture, Fee > Antelope

*w/Jeff Mosier on banjo and vocals

-- 

Intro/Outro Music: Steely Dan, Kid Charlemagne

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Episode 104: Phish St. Louis 93 w/Scott Bernstein

Photo from Phish Dry Goods
This week we discuss the Phish St. Louis '93 release with guest Scott Bernstein. We're happy to have Scott back, and we had a fun conversation about this release of two very different shows from the same year. 

The shows that are being released are April 14 and August 16. Two great shows. We of course include some clips as well as some discussion. Hope you enjoy. You can listen to this episode directly here. Here's where you can pre-order the St. Louis '93 release via Dry Goods.

Here's a link to the piece JamBase has put up about the St. Louis '93 release thus far. Check out JamBase for more updates and music from this release. 

If you haven't heard yet, we recently launched HF Pod Plus! This is bonus content delivered every couple of weeks. We hope you enjoy—but want to reiterate that regardless of whether you support HF Pod Plus, absolutely nothing will change about HF Pod. Thank you as always for your feedback and thoughts.

Also, check out Brokedown Podcast if you love the Dead!

Please subscribe and review us on iTunes and follow us on Twitter. Also like us on Facebook. And check out CashorTrade for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review.

Intro/Outro Music: Smashing Pumpkins, Mayonaise

Thursday, March 16, 2017

HF Pod Plus launch!

We're trying something new this week, offering a twice a month bonus podcast through HF Pod Plus, which is powered by the Patreon platform. The content will be focused on "this month in Phish history." So please check it out here, and if you can support us, please do. We appreciate everything you as listeners do to keep us going and help us out. And keep the feedback coming. Have a great week.

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Episode 103: Tweezer So Cold

For many (most?) fans, there’s no greater gift at a Phish show than a Tweezer. Phish experiences are formed and strengthened based on single performances of this song. Shows can be saved by its appearance, soaring out of the speakers with Superman cape and all. 

Our friend and collaborator Matt is the brains behind this episode, and we're grateful to him for taking this on and putting this awesome resource together. Here's a link to the Tweezer So Cold data dashboard that Matt created.

Also for this episode, we're collaborating with Phish.net again. Their hard work laid the foundation for all of the stuff Matt has done, and they agreed to host a blog post we put together about this episode.

This episode is a mixture of us talking about Tweezer and playing LOTS of awesome Tweezer clips. Because this was such a great discussion, we only made it from the Tweezer debut in 1990 through 2000. Part 2 to tackle 2.0 and 3.0 will be coming soon.

Hope you enjoy. You can listen to this episode directly here. Send us thoughts and feedback.

Please subscribe and review us on iTunes and follow us on Twitter. Also like us on Facebook. And check out CashorTrade for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review.

Intro/Outro Music: Ryan Adams & The Cardinals, Cold Roses

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Episode 102: HF Pod Plays Dead

Hello friends! This week we're doing something different: we're playing Dead. Jonathan took the lead on this experiment, and we hope you'll like it. If you do, we may do it more in the future. Let us know what you think.

The Grateful Dead has of course been a huge influence on all of us, and we wanted to share some of our thoughts and the Dead's music with our listeners. The music in this episode is a mix made by Jonathan, made up of many different snippets of versions of The Other One. Hope you enjoy.

You can listen to this episode directly here.

Please subscribe and review us on iTunes and follow us on Twitter. Also like us on Facebook. And check out CashorTrade for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review.

--

Introduction, Cryptical Envelopment > Drums > 
The Other One (verse1) > Space > Spanish Jam > 
Mind Left Body Jam > The Other One (v2) > Cryptical Reprise 
Total Running Time- 69:34

Details:

Introduction 
00:00 > 00:03 1968-02-14 Carousel Ballroom- San Francisco, CA

The Cryptical Envelopment >
00:03 > 00:52 1969-02-14 Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA
00:52 > 02:13 1970-05-01 Alfred State College (S.U.N.Y.)- Alfred, New York
02:13 > 02:18 1969-02-14 

Drums >
02:18 > 03:55 1970-05-01
03:55 > 04:30 1971-12-06 Felt Forum, Madison Square Garden- NY, NY

The Other One > 
04:30 > 04:41 [Intro*]
1969-02-14  
1974-02-23 Winterland Arena- San Francisco, CA
1971-11-07 Harding Theatre- San Francisco, CA
1985-03-28 Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum- Uniondale, NY 
1979-10-27 Cape Cod Coliseum- South Yarmouth, MA
1985-06-30 Merriweather Post Pavilion- Columbia, MD
1974-02-23** 
1972-05-16 Radio Luxembourg - Luxembourg, W. Germany

04:41 > 06:14 1971-11-07 
06:14 > 07:13 1972-05-16 
07:13 > 09:43 1968-10-12 Avalon Ballroom- San Francisco, CA
09:43 > 10:07 1985-06-30 
10:07 > 10:34 1968-02-14
10:34 > 14:31 1972-05-16 
14:31 > 19:25 1974-02-23 

Space > 
19:25 > 25:11 1989-08-19 Greek Theater, Berkeley, CA

Spanish Jam > Mind Jeft Body Jam >
25:11 > 27:22 1992-06-22 Star Lake Amphitheater- Burgettstown, PA
27:22 > 32:05 1974-10-17 Winterland Arena- San Francisco, CA

The Other One >
32:05 > 34:55 1974-02-23 
34:55 > 38:19 1972-05-16 
38:19 > 42:46 1972-08-22 Berkeley Community Theater- Berkeley, CA
42:46 > 47:30 1971-11-07 
47:30 > 53:50 1973-03-31 War Memorial Auditorium- Buffalo, NY
53:50 > 55:58 1985-06-30 
55:58 > 57:01 1968-02-14 

Cryptical Reprise
57:01 > 58:29 1968-10-12 
58:29 > 63:24 1970-05-01 
63:24 > 68:24 1968-10-12 
68:24 > 69:20 1970-05-01 

69:20 > 69:34 1971-11-07

-All timings are approximate

For the Other One Intro (aka the thumping bass crescendo followed by a catrostrophic (at its best!) bomb which intros most, but not all versions of The Other One) I overlayed several versions of this moment in order to give this some major oomph... One of two exceptions being the 1985-06-30 (MPP, Columbia, MD) clip which is actually from the Space which preceeded The Other One. The clip contains an simulated bomb and explosion generated via midi. See below for the other exception.

* This is the entire 1974-02-23 The Other One (approx 29minutes) 'folded' much in the style of John Oswald who created the "GreyFolded" album. Essentially, I took the entire 29 minute track, cut it in half, reversed the second half and overlayed it onto the first. Then I repeated the process until the track was reduced to the 1 second version currently in this mix.

Venue information is not repeated so as to keep things relatively tidy.
All sources are lossless and from archive.org/audio and are in compliance with the taping/trading policy of the band. This recording is not for sale.

Mixed by rowjimmy.
(2005-08-19)

Intro/Outro Music: Phil & Friends, Help On The Way, 4.17.99

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Episode 101: Chris Pandolfi interview

This week we're excited to be talking with Chris Pandolfi of the Infamous Stringdusters. They just released an excellent album, Laws of Gravity, and they're on tour!

Here are the dates, but over the next week they'll be in the Bay Area, Southern California, Vegas, and Colorado. In the next couple of months they'll be all over the Midwest and back on the West Coast. It's a great concert experience. 

You may not be surprised to find out that we also talk about Phish. Chris is a huge fan and talks about playing with Page and Fishman (and Phil Lesh and others). Fun conversation, and we play a little bit of a show that Chris and I saw together, which really brought him back into the Phish orbit in 2014.

You can listen to this episode directly here.

Please subscribe and review us on iTunes and follow us on Twitter. Also like us on Facebook. And check out CashorTrade for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review.

--

Phish, 8.30.14, Dick's, Commerce City, CO

Set 2: Down with Disease -> What's the Use? > Carini

Intro/Outro Music: Infamous Stringdusters, Black Elk

Friday, February 10, 2017

Episode 100: We made it.

Thanks for tuning in this week! We made it to episode 100, so we decided to take this time to reflect back on the first 99 episodes and talk about some notable conversations, the lessons we've learned, and how much this podcast means to all 3 of us.

We also want to reiterate how thankful we are to all of our listeners for your support, ideas, feedback and enthusiasm. We'll keep going as long as you keep listening.

Of course, we also play some music. We each chose a track that we wanted to keep revisiting and share it with you (Brad, being Brad, chose 2. He's a lawyer, so we can't argue with him.)

You can listen to this episode directly here.

Please subscribe and review us on iTunes and follow us on Twitter. Also like us on Facebook. And check out CashorTrade for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review.
--
Bathtub Gin, 2.22.03
Undermind, 8.31.12
Reba, 6.19.95
David Bowie, 12.29.94

Intro/Outro Music: Santana, A-1 Funk

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Episode 99: Daniel Pinchbeck Interview


This week's guest is Daniel Pinchbeck, the author of How Soon Is Now?, which comes out on February 20. It's a fascinating and timely book that talks about how we can collectively get out of the ecological and environmental disasters we've gotten ourselves into. You can read more about Daniel here.

This is a bit of a departure from our typical subject matter, but the overlap of consciousness, psychedelics, music and culture seemed appropriate to probe into, especially at this inflection point in American history. Really thought provoking conversation. You can listen to the episode directly here.

Of course, there is some music. Went back to the archive for some early Phish, which we think was probably influenced by psychedelics. Enjoy!  

Please subscribe and review us on iTunes and follow us on Twitter. Also like us on Facebook. And check out CashorTrade for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review.

--

Phish, 10.31.87, Sculpture Room, Goddard College, Plainfield, VT

Set 2: The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday > Avenu Malkenu > The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday > Peaches en Regalia, Take the 'A' Train > Timber (Jerry), The Chase > I Am Hydrogen > Who Do? We Do!, Fee > Divided Sky > McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters > Who Do? We Do! > Clod, Alumni Blues > Letter to Jimmy Page > Alumni Blues > Fluffhead, David Bowie

Intro/Outro Music: The Beatles, All You Need Is Love

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Episode 98: Holly Bowling

This episode we are joined by Holly Bowling. Holly is a classically trained pianist who came to phans' attention when she transcribed and adapted the Tahoe Tweezer for the piano. Since, Holly has released two solo albums of reimagined Phish and Grateful Dead songs for the piano that can be found on her website here and the Royal Potato Family label. Holly is also currently on tour, with a lot of upcoming shows, that can be found here

Please subscribe and review us on iTunes and follow us on Twitter. Also like us on Facebook. And check out CashorTrade for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review.  


You can play the episode directly here.

-- Holly Bowling 2016-12-31 The Cutting Room, NY, NY Cassidy > The Squirming Coil Unbroken Chain Phish 2011-08-15 UIC Pavillion, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL Set II Sand > Light > Dirt > Waves > Undermind > Steam > Fire Intro/Outro music: The Allman Brothers Band - Mountain Jam (R.I.P. Butch Trucks)

Friday, January 20, 2017

Episode 97: Mexico 2017 recap

Photo from @TourTweet
Today our friend and returning guest Arthur helps us recap the recent 3-night run at the Barcelo Maya Resort in Mexico. Of course, we have some clips of music throughout. Hope you enjoy.  

You can listen to the episode directly here

Please subscribe and review us on iTunes and follow us on Twitter. Also like us on Facebook. And check out CashorTrade for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review.

Intro/Outro Music: Calexico, Sunken Waltz

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Episode 96: MSG Recap

Photo from Andrea Nusinov
This week we're joined by Craig and Jen, who help us recap the recent MSG New Year's Run. We kick off the episode with a quick catch up with Tom Marshall, who tells us about what's coming up on Under the Scales. If you haven't checked out his podcast, you should absolutely get on it.

You can listen to the podcast directly here.

We have included some tracks from the MSG run, of course, which are detailed below. There was a lot to discuss, hope you enjoy! A few links from our discussion:

Here's the site that chronicles the evolution of Trey's guitar rig. Also, here is a video from David Gallo Design, who designed and executed the NYE gag. And in the almost impossible case that you haven't seen the "MSG Hood Guy," here it is.

Please subscribe and review us on iTunes and follow us on Twitter. Also like us on Facebook. And check out CashorTrade for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review. 

--

Halfway to the Moon, 12.28.16
Martian Monster 12.28.16
Secret Smile, 12.29.16
Tweezer > Sparks, 12.30.16
Light > Party Time, 12.30.16
Twist, 12.31.16
Petrichor > Auld Lang Syne > Suzy Greenberg, 12.31.16
Tide Turns, 12.31.16

Intro/Outro Music: David Bowie, I Can't Give Everything Away

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Episode 95: 2016 Holiday Special

This week it's just Brad, RJ and Jonathan, talking about 2016 Phish, holiday music, favorite albums of the year, and a lot more. We also want to take this moment to say thank you to all of you for listening and supporting us all year. We're very excited about this podcast in 2017—lots of great guests and shows already planned. Have a great holiday, and we'll see you back after the MSG run!

And because it's a holiday show, we wanted to leave you with a set of music from a holiday run. This set is close to Jonathan's heart, and it's a great one to revisit. Enjoy!

Please subscribe and review us on iTunes and follow us on Twitter. Also like us on Facebook. And check out CashorTrade for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review. 

--

Phish, 12.28.94, Civic Center,  Philadelphia , PA

Set 2: Suzy Greenberg > NICU > Mike's Song -> The Mango Song > Weekapaug Groove, Contact, Llama, Hold Your Head Up > Love You > Hold Your Head Up,  The Squirming Coil

E: Bold As Love

Intro/Outro Music: Khruangbin, Dern Kala

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Episode 94: December 1997

This week, Brad and RJ got together to talk about the greatness that is Phish in December, specifically, December 1997. Nineteen years ago, they were driving through snow to see shows and the payoff was big. They'll talk about the highlights from this special month and then play a set for your listening pleasure. Music below.

Please subscribe and review us on iTunes and follow us on Twitter. Also like us on Facebook. And check out CashorTrade for face value tickets to shows across the country. If you are on Stitcher, give us a review. 


Phish, 12.9.97, Bryce Jordan Center, Penn State University, State College, PA

Set 2: Julius > Simple > Timber > Contact, Axilla > Harry Hood

E: Fire

Intro/Outro Music: Radiohead, Airbag