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! 

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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.

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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. 



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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