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Re: Phish Funk Jams
« Reply #30 on: September 29, 2016, 02:58:00 PM »
Already been done kinda....it's a 4 disc set called, Phish Destroys America..... I can post the track listing when I get home

Just because someone did something like this once, is no reason for Ned not to move forward.

I look forward to seeing what you come up with, man.

Kinda just noted for some of the nasty funk on that one already....

Was in no way intending to discourage in any way  :-) always love the mixes  :phish:
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Re: Phish Funk Jams
« Reply #31 on: October 01, 2016, 02:42:57 AM »
Already been done kinda....it's a 4 disc set called, Phish Destroys America..... I can post the track listing when I get home

Just because someone did something like this once, is no reason for Ned not to move forward.

I look forward to seeing what you come up with, man.

I'm plowing forward.  Might even reload ProTools and get back into editing some smooth transitions.

I used to use WaveLab for that stuff. You've gotta use something to keep it smooth...

Since we're talking about the funk... the word you meant to use is smoove.
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Re: Phish Funk Jams
« Reply #32 on: October 06, 2016, 09:57:08 AM »
Anyone have access and/or links to some of the older From the Archives shows? 

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Re: Phish Funk Jams
« Reply #34 on: October 16, 2016, 01:41:48 PM »
Was listening to superball from the archives found some good ones

Split 11/06/98
Ya Mar 12/13/97 (not entirely funk, but it's got it at the end and it rages throughout.)
Cavern 06/14/97
Tube 07/21/98
Free 11/30/97
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Re: Phish Funk Jams
« Reply #35 on: October 17, 2016, 03:11:54 PM »
Was listening to superball from the archives found some good ones

Split 11/06/98
Ya Mar 12/13/97 (not entirely funk, but it's got it at the end and it rages throughout.)
Cavern 06/14/97
Tube 07/21/98
Free 11/30/97

Yes, I included all of those.  I took a left turn when I found all the archive shows and am now pouring through all that stuff.  It may take a couple weeks now that Fall tour is in full swing but the final cut for this compilation should be done soon. 

I'll post the final track list when complete. 

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Re: Phish Funk Jams
« Reply #36 on: October 17, 2016, 03:34:08 PM »
Was listening to superball from the archives found some good ones

Split 11/06/98
Ya Mar 12/13/97 (not entirely funk, but it's got it at the end and it rages throughout.)
Cavern 06/14/97
Tube 07/21/98
Free 11/30/97

Yes, I included all of those.  I took a left turn when I found all the archive shows and am now pouring through all that stuff.  It may take a couple weeks now that Fall tour is in full swing but the final cut for this compilation should be done soon. 

I'll post the final track list when complete.

ahh man, love me some FTA. Some great cuts in there.

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Re: Phish Funk Jams
« Reply #37 on: October 17, 2016, 10:07:08 PM »
Was listening to superball from the archives found some good ones

Split 11/06/98
Ya Mar 12/13/97 (not entirely funk, but it's got it at the end and it rages throughout.)
Cavern 06/14/97
Tube 07/21/98
Free 11/30/97

Yes, I included all of those.  I took a left turn when I found all the archive shows and am now pouring through all that stuff.  It may take a couple weeks now that Fall tour is in full swing but the final cut for this compilation should be done soon. 

I'll post the final track list when complete.

ahh man, love me some FTA. Some great cuts in there.
I know! I used to have a compilation of all of it without banter somewhere. But I think that HDD died, causing the loss of my archive.

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Phish changes the way you listen to music.

I like The Phish from Vermont.

Make America Melt Again!