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Title: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on September 14, 2008, 01:17:28 PM
Thread debut, this stellar sandwich from Amsterdam.  Garcia burns throughout this amazing piece of improvisation, a must hear!

 :syf: - The Other One>Me and Bobby McGee>The Other One 10May1972

http://www.sendspace.com/file/vw5ncj

41:56
mp3
192Kbps
57.59 MB
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: jedifunk on September 14, 2008, 01:59:22 PM
would  you like this stickied?
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: redrum on September 14, 2008, 02:36:25 PM
nice!  :-D

 :syf:
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Declan on September 15, 2008, 02:19:23 PM
very nice...

susep is one of the paugers i tend to agree with the most  8-)
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: redrum on September 15, 2008, 03:19:52 PM
susep is one of the paugers i tend to agree with the most  8-)

i disagree.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Declan on September 16, 2008, 09:56:23 PM
susep is one of the paugers i tend to agree with the most  8-)

i disagree.

then who is it?
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: redrum on September 17, 2008, 12:44:51 PM
 :roll:
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: MiamiPhish on September 19, 2008, 09:04:04 PM
dawesome... totally dawesome.
+k




(You like degs?)
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: tehdead on September 19, 2008, 11:15:35 PM
susep is one of the paugers i tend to agree with the most  8-)

i disagree.

then who is it?

da. thats easy


GUMBO!   :wink:

now all we need is Gumbo's Corner
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Gumbo72203 on September 19, 2008, 11:30:39 PM
you couldn't handle Gumbo's Corner. 

Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: kellerb on September 20, 2008, 08:06:20 PM
you couldn't handle Gumbo's Corner. 



Nobody puts Gumbo in a corner!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: tehdead on September 20, 2008, 08:19:58 PM
you couldn't handle Gumbo's Corner. 



 :lol: :lol: :lol:
your a good man
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Poster Nutbag on September 20, 2008, 08:57:02 PM
you couldn't handle Gumbo's Corner. 



Nobody puts Gumbo in a corner!
well then I guess we would have to call it... Gumbo's forum    :lol:
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: kellerb on September 21, 2008, 02:31:08 AM
you couldn't handle Gumbo's Corner. 



Nobody puts Gumbo in a corner!
well then I guess we would have to call it... Gumbo's forum    :lol:

Nobody puts Gumbo in a Forum!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Gumbo72203 on September 21, 2008, 05:05:04 PM
I AM the forum. 

and don't even try to act like you don't already know that.  ;)
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: rowjimmy on September 21, 2008, 08:14:45 PM
I AM the forum. 

and don't even try to act like you don't already know that.  ;)

Easy there jr.
 :wink:

Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: tehdead on September 21, 2008, 09:37:38 PM
I AM the forum. 

and don't even try to act like you don't already know that.  ;)

Easy there jr.
 :wink:



yeah theres no more cluepons left!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: rowjimmy on September 21, 2008, 10:59:13 PM
I AM the forum. 

and don't even try to act like you don't already know that.  ;)

Easy there jr.
 :wink:



yeah theres no more cluepons left!

He hasn't cashed in the last one yet.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Ri©h on September 21, 2008, 11:06:49 PM
I AM the forum. 

and don't even try to act like you don't already know that.  ;)

Easy there jr.
 :wink:



yeah theres no more cluepons left!

He hasn't cashed in the last one yet.

Something tells me he won't.  :-D
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on September 22, 2008, 04:10:07 PM
Thread debut, this stellar sandwich from Amsterdam.  Garcia burns throughout this amazing piece of improvisation, a must hear!

 :syf: - The Other One>Me and Bobby McGee>The Other One 10May1972

http://www.sendspace.com/file/vw5ncj

41:56
mp3
192Kbps
57.59 MB

any thoughts on this The Other One?  Its really one of the better versions I've heard, very intentful playing by everyone.  Jerry in particular is ripping!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: VA $l!m on September 22, 2008, 05:48:09 PM
Thread debut, this stellar sandwich from Amsterdam.  Garcia burns throughout this amazing piece of improvisation, a must hear!

 :syf: - The Other One>Me and Bobby McGee>The Other One 10May1972

http://www.sendspace.com/file/vw5ncj

41:56
mp3
192Kbps
57.59 MB

any thoughts on this The Other One?  Its really one of the better versions I've heard, very intentful playing by everyone.  Jerry in particular is ripping!

well seeing as i smoked today for the first time in months and now i'm super stoned, i'll pull it out and take the trip. full report later. 8-)

btw. i mentioned in the gdead thread about the 9-9 other one. give it a whirl and maybe you/me/we could post it.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: VA $l!m on September 22, 2008, 08:55:23 PM
listened to all of it!
my second monster other one today!
maybe i was burnt on the whole thing, but i didnt really get into this version until post second verse and  the transition into bobby mcgee... the first 25min or so of this version were CHOCK full of straight Space... though i must admit jerry was all the fuck over those 25 min. it almost sounded like he was working off a LSD hangover from the bickershaw festi by smokin a ton in the dam and then palying his way through this by making every sound possible he could get out of his strat!
though maybe still i'd view this as a warm up for the next night's star. pretty cool...not sure if i'd even listened to this before. thanks.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on September 22, 2008, 09:45:34 PM
listened to all of it!
my second monster other one today!
maybe i was burnt on the whole thing, but i didnt really get into this version until post second verse and  the transition into bobby mcgee... the first 25min or so of this version were CHOCK full of straight Space... though i must admit jerry was all the fuck over those 25 min. it almost sounded like he was working off a LSD hangover from the bickershaw festi by smokin a ton in the dam and then palying his way through this by making every sound possible he could get out of his strat!
though maybe still i'd view this as a warm up for the next night's star. pretty cool...not sure if i'd even listened to this before. thanks.

nice glad you like it!  for me it grabs my attention from the outset, Jerry's guitar howls.  It really is an atypical reading and to be surrounded by such mammoth versions, it easily gets overlooked. 
I wouldn't say it was a warm-up for anything but rather it was truly it.  I'm not a big fan of Bobby McGee per se but this version is killer, again Jerry is playing so well.  All in all an amazing GD moment.  I'll listen to 9Sept. and get back to you.  +k for listening.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Ri©h on September 23, 2008, 01:22:04 AM
Thread debut, this stellar sandwich from Amsterdam.  Garcia burns throughout this amazing piece of improvisation, a must hear!

 :syf: - The Other One>Me and Bobby McGee>The Other One 10May1972

http://www.sendspace.com/file/vw5ncj

41:56
mp3
192Kbps
57.59 MB

any thoughts on this The Other One?  Its really one of the better versions I've heard, very intentful playing by everyone.  Jerry in particular is ripping!

susep...  my apologies for getting off subject.  :-)

You're right about this version.  It's a monster.  Jerry starts this off by blowing you away with riff after riff.  Crazy fingers man... cuh-razy!!! That trademark "follow my lead" flow that Jerry was so good at.  Sometimes I wonder if the rest of the band knew that they sounded like they were trying so hard to keep up with him.  And then the song just kind of melts into a surreal flow.  Classic Dead right there.  A bit of exploratory riffage to follow before heading back into the main theme.  And then yet more exploratory jamming following Bobby's vocals.  Jerry goes NUTS with the wah pedal and the wild string scraping. :lol:  I'm really glad Keith was on board for these gigs.  His piano lends a great vibe to these monster Other Ones.  The windup of this version is just perfect whilst heading into Bobby McGee...  I love it.

I'm going to listen to the whole gig tomorrow.  You've inspired me.  Great pick.  (http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y151/dead_ahead/tup-1.gif) (http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y151/dead_ahead/tup-1.gif)
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: rowjimmy on September 23, 2008, 12:40:40 PM
Just fired this up so I'm gonna post stream-of-gumbo-like as it goes along...


Jerry is ready and rolling out of the gate. Much shreddage...
Keith is def. on board with Jerry's agenda but Jerry is already wailing at some deep space 4 minutes in!
At 5.5 mins we are in a quiet jam, notes and bends dripping from Jerry's fingers.
Billy keeps it loose with low rolls and cymbals.

8 minutes Jerry has remembered what song they're in and begins building it up with some sweet dissonance from Keith on the build. the tempo and volume increase but it's nearly two minutes before the whole band comes together and stays there for a true TOO jam. Keith is really high in the mix and standing strong on this shit.

Phil is kinda blurry in some of the mp3 lossey-ness but I can tell he's back there bouncing off Jerry.

@ 11m We get a verse! Nice Pigpen organ riffs in the old-school style!
Annnnnnnd Deeper space before the 13min mark hits.
Jerry is just getting nasty in the 15-16minute range. scratching and rocking the wah and trying to dissolve my brain.
woah...

Keith is channeling Ives over on his side of the stage

Oh man.. Pig is still onstage and applying nice punctuation with the organ. Hell yeah!
Phil is dropping the doom and gloom bombs

20mins and Keith and Billy are working a cool jam. Man I could get down to this!

23 mins things are starting to sound like TOO a tad
oh yeah, here they go. Jerry is out to say something with this bitch... or at least melt some face.
it's kind of loping along though, not exactly full steam
by 26mins you think you're gonna get another verse then it all falls apart

Wait.. they're putting it back together...
28.5 Phil is driving and everybody is buckled in straight on theme.

Wow.
I've never heard this riff that Jerry is hitting @ 29min
At least not with this tone.. way cool.

And now, a minute later it's gone and Jerry's just about on his own... Phil's following along through some meandering leads.

Bobby's chording a tiny bit.
Now he and Phil seem to be linked up and Jerry's pouring some beautiful notes atop the beautiful accompaniment they're providing The progression reminds me vaguely of Lost Sailor, actually...But only for a moment, and Jerry's not anywhere near that.

@ 34 Keith hits a stray chord on the piano but he's no where near what Jerry's doing. Jerry is stringing a series of ascending notes to the top of the neck until... woah!

Bobby's singing Me & Bobby McGee out of nowhere. He must've been conspiring with the rest of the band behind Jerry's back.

Jerry's all about the backing vocals on Me & Bobby McGee tonight and his solos are terrific. Nice to hear a touch of Pig's keys over there too.

Hold up!
Now we go back into TOO?
Cool.

Jerry's ripping it on the main theme here.
Woah.. Verse two comes on. (pretty much same as the first save the words, of course.)
Thats 30 minutes in between verses, btw...
And then the thing trickles away into Wharf Rat...



Awesome pick susep!


Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on September 23, 2008, 09:51:33 PM
i mentioned in the gdead thread about the 9-9 other one. give it a whirl and maybe you/me/we could post it.

just finished listening to 9Sept.72, good version.  I like how around 23:00, Jerry is exploding sonic screams w/ Phil adding lines into a serene jam.  Bob leads w/ a slight Spanish jam feel rythym before the jam morphs several more times.  All in all good version. 


Just fired this up so I'm gonna post stream-of-gumbo-like as it goes along...


Jerry is ready and rolling out of the gate. Much shreddage...
Keith is def. on board with Jerry's agenda but Jerry is already wailing at some deep space 4 minutes in!
At 5.5 mins we are in a quiet jam, notes and bends dripping from Jerry's fingers.
Billy keeps it loose with low rolls and cymbals.

8 minutes Jerry has remembered what song they're in and begins building it up with some sweet dissonance from Keith on the build. the tempo and volume increase but it's nearly two minutes before the whole band comes together and stays there for a true TOO jam. Keith is really high in the mix and standing strong on this shit.

Phil is kinda blurry in some of the mp3 lossey-ness but I can tell he's back there bouncing off Jerry.

@ 11m We get a verse! Nice Pigpen organ riffs in the old-school style!
Annnnnnnd Deeper space before the 13min mark hits.
Jerry is just getting nasty in the 15-16minute range. scratching and rocking the wah and trying to dissolve my brain.
woah...

Keith is channeling Ives over on his side of the stage

Oh man.. Pig is still onstage and applying nice punctuation with the organ. Hell yeah!
Phil is dropping the doom and gloom bombs

20mins and Keith and Billy are working a cool jam. Man I could get down to this!

23 mins things are starting to sound like TOO a tad
oh yeah, here they go. Jerry is out to say something with this bitch... or at least melt some face.
it's kind of loping along though, not exactly full steam
by 26mins you think you're gonna get another verse then it all falls apart

Wait.. they're putting it back together...
28.5 Phil is driving and everybody is buckled in straight on theme.

Wow.
I've never heard this riff that Jerry is hitting @ 29min
At least not with this tone.. way cool.

And now, a minute later it's gone and Jerry's just about on his own... Phil's following along through some meandering leads.

Bobby's chording a tiny bit.
Now he and Phil seem to be linked up and Jerry's pouring some beautiful notes atop the beautiful accompaniment they're providing The progression reminds me vaguely of Lost Sailor, actually...But only for a moment, and Jerry's not anywhere near that.

@ 34 Keith hits a stray chord on the piano but he's no where near what Jerry's doing. Jerry is stringing a series of ascending notes to the top of the neck until... woah!

Bobby's singing Me & Bobby McGee out of nowhere. He must've been conspiring with the rest of the band behind Jerry's back.

Jerry's all about the backing vocals on Me & Bobby McGee tonight and his solos are terrific. Nice to hear a touch of Pig's keys over there too.

Hold up!
Now we go back into TOO?
Cool.

Jerry's ripping it on the main theme here.
Woah.. Verse two comes on. (pretty much same as the first save the words, of course.)
Thats 30 minutes in between verses, btw...
And then the thing trickles away into Wharf Rat...



Awesome pick susep!




thx, nice review.  perhaps it could qualify for your next The Other One mix?
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: rowjimmy on September 23, 2008, 10:36:04 PM
I doubt there would be another...
But it would have gotten a few minutes in my mix were I making it now.

For the record, I did use 5/16 and 8/22 from that year.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: VA $l!m on September 24, 2008, 12:20:25 AM
I doubt there would be another...
But it would have gotten a few minutes in my mix were I making it now.

For the record, I did use 5/16 and 8/22 from that year.

8-22= top 5 from 72.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: rowjimmy on September 24, 2008, 07:43:29 AM
I doubt there would be another...
But it would have gotten a few minutes in my mix were I making it now.

For the record, I did use 5/16 and 8/22 from that year.

8-22= top 5 from 72.

total sickness...
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: bluecaravan521 on September 24, 2008, 10:39:20 PM
That was sick susep.  Thank you so much for sharing that.  A truly incredible musical journey. +k
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on September 25, 2008, 08:54:07 AM
That was sick susep.  Thank you so much for sharing that.  A truly incredible musical journey. +k

thx, glad you enjoyed it.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: slslbs on September 25, 2008, 09:59:02 AM
listened this AM

whoa  :-)

anyone hear a little Spanish Jam shortly before Bobby Magee, about 30 min or so?

+k
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: sophist on September 25, 2008, 02:08:22 PM
I'm downloading now, so I'll report back. 
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on September 25, 2008, 05:37:45 PM
listened this AM

whoa  :-)

anyone hear a little Spanish Jam shortly before Bobby Magee, about 30 min or so?

+k

nice glad you liked it, I didn't hear the brief Spanish jam in this one but I did in the 9Sept. version, esp. the towards the latter 1/3.

I'm downloading now, so I'll report back. 

nice, look foward to your review/thoughts.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on September 26, 2008, 10:37:18 PM
I'm gonna post stream-of-gumbo-like as it goes along...


Jam begins w/ much ferocity out of drumz > everyone is playing with great energy.  Jerry's first deviation around 1:05 is breathtaking.  I'm sure playing the 'dam must have been epiphinous for them.  Jerry plays with a barage of notes, signaling he is already in a zone.  Things begin to mellow near 3:30, Garcia goes into one of his classic bluegrass picking styles before mellowing into some swing.  Nice space here, Phil laying it down sweet.  A lot of the notes Jerry plays remind of Hundred Year Hall.  I love his tone on this tour being a huge Fender fan.  Jam still mellow and spacey around 7:00 before Garcia begins a low funk riff increasing the pace.  Here he explodes into a The Other One tiger riff.  Billy and Phil re-convalesce.  Jerry switches to rythym and goes back into his TOO varied riff.  Picking up speed he leads in off that being chased by Lesh.  Keith and Bob chording aggressively, no doubt inspired by Garcia.  Main theme after 11:00 into Spanish Lady >
Heavy dissonance space, free.  Phil contemplating Footsteps, classic acid test like experimentation here.  Jerry emitting scary sounds, tweaking the wha.  Really hammering on his strings into a super growl Tiger, sounding very much like an animal roar(Garcia = Leo).  Growl into mellow space, Jerry way out ahead of everyone leaving the others meandering, confused, not in sync neither in tempo or key w/ Garcia.  More dissonance, Phil beginning to drop bombs w/ feedback.  Memories of the Luftwaffle, chaos.  In comes Billy and Phil to the rescue at 20:00 creating a nice segue.  Jer locks in at 20:40, nice high energy swing.  Bob low in the mix or seems not active.  Jerry downshifts into another finger modulation.  His strat emitting a great overall tone, tubular.  Garcia chording, trying to maintain the jam's initial propulsion.  Jam picks back up into another TOO themed jam >
Jerry and Keith hooking up well, great thematic jamming led by Garcia's energy and creativity.  More fingerpicking into cool chording by Jerry at 26:50 where he takes more flight, Bob underneath, Phil in between.  Great mix.  At 29:00 Jerry plays a unique series of notes, very experimental for the period.  The jam quiets w/ him and just Bob and Phil.  Garcia gazing into the audience.  Trippy Garcia, Bob laying down a nice chordal segue.  Slight Spanish Jam feel.  Sounds as though Jerry wants to end it but they keep spacing on before Bob and Phil drop into Bobby McGee >
nice version, inspired vocals.  Tasty leads by Jer, liquid.  Bakers-field Garcia. >
back into The OO, Jerry ripping off some more great lines.  2nd verse > WR.

A+
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: sophist on September 29, 2008, 08:19:39 AM
I listened to this TOO this past Thursday evening, and it was mind blowing.  The band was so, so tight.  I loved the tempo change during Bobby McGee.  It is also incredibly psychedelic too, and Jerry's tone and style seem a bit out of the norm in this version.  Great pick, and thanks for the download. 
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: cleech74 on September 29, 2008, 08:30:30 AM
After reading all those crazy reviews, I can't wait to hear this on the drive into work.  :syf:

+k for the tunage. :-)

Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: VA $l!m on September 29, 2008, 10:35:24 PM
i'm confused. are we still talking about the other one from rotterdam?
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: jam> on September 30, 2008, 11:30:00 AM
Thanks, man. Great choice. I believe I had this on cassette back in the day— unless it was another crazy Other One > Bobby McGee > Other One. Wow. I forget how sick 72 can be.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on September 30, 2008, 12:33:10 PM
I listened to this TOO this past Thursday evening, and it was mind blowing.  The band was so, so tight.  I loved the tempo change during Bobby McGee.  It is also incredibly psychedelic too, and Jerry's tone and style seem a bit out of the norm in this version.  Great pick, and thanks for the download. 

no prob, glad you liked it. 

After reading all those crazy reviews, I can't wait to hear this on the drive into work.  :syf:

+k for the tunage. :-)



nice, hope it made your commute a little more enjoyable.

i'm confused. are we still talking about the other one from rotterdam?

yes

Thanks, man. Great choice. I believe I had this on cassette back in the day— unless it was another crazy Other One > Bobby McGee > Other One. Wow. I forget how sick 72 can be.

indeed, my thoughts after dl'ing and listening to the European tour exactly.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: sophist on September 30, 2008, 12:51:38 PM
listened this AM

whoa  :-)

anyone hear a little Spanish Jam shortly before Bobby Magee, about 30 min or so?

+k
I meant to comment about this earlier.  I could see how you "heard" Spanish jam, but it sounded like a coincidence a la the highly debated 1995/12/31 FOTM tease.   
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Mr Minor on September 30, 2008, 02:26:40 PM
Thanks, man. Great choice. I believe I had this on cassette back in the day— unless it was another crazy Other One > Bobby McGee > Other One. Wow. I forget how sick 72 can be.

There were a few TOO> Bobby McGee> TOO from that Europe 72 run.  Can't remember them off hand, but I listened to the whole run in August and remember there being some cool segues in the second sets.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on November 01, 2008, 10:30:57 PM
phan graciously re-upped a Halley's Comet Mix I made awhile back:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/2kv9tt

Enjoy!  thx phan!

1:13:04
mp3
192Kbps
100.35 MB
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: mehead on November 09, 2008, 12:23:02 PM
any chance of you posting the track listings?
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on November 10, 2008, 07:41:50 PM
any chance of you posting the track listings?

I'm preety sure it goes:

2Nov.94
14Dec.95
22Nov.97
28Dec.97
3Aug.98
11Nov.98
13July99
7Dec.99
24Feb.03
18Sept.00

have to re-listen to confirm.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on November 13, 2008, 10:26:26 PM
Getting back on track, here is a sweet early version of the  :syf: 's Alligator from 22Jan.1968 Seattle, WA.  As featured on the GDH 337, this version is a smoker and a must hear:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/92qggx

16:05
mp3
320Kbps
36.8 MB

Enjoy!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: mehead on November 15, 2008, 05:27:06 PM
smokin' indeed...Pigpen sounds fantastic and the last 10 min or so is rippin'..just another gem from '68 brah!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on November 15, 2008, 10:53:19 PM
(http://www.mike-gordon.com/gallery/albums/2306f.jpg)

In celebration of Phish's Story of the Ghost 10 Year Anniversary album debut of 29Oct.1998, I'll be seeding best of live tracks begining with this ripping Ghost from Holmdel, NJ 15July1999:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/36pqi0

16:13
mp3
320 kbps
37.1 MB


Continuing w/ a raucous Birds of A Feather from 8July1999, this ripper features great If I Only Had A Brain jamming in the latter half:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/yk1y5w

19:15
mp3
320kbps
44.0MB

One of many tour highlights from Fall '98, this version of Meat from 13Nov.1998 features an atypical extended jam combining both its funk origins and then growing ambient spaces:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/o52o82

10:48
mp3
320kbps
24.7 MB

2 weeks before their embryonic "Ghost" jam out of Wolfman's at Hamburg 1March1997, the Phish stormed the Paradiso in Amsterdam on 17Feb. unleashing an all-time best performance including this excellent reading of Guyute:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/kjck1w

10:10
mp3
320kbps
23.20 MB

After 2 successful European tours in 1997, the Phish returned to Europe for a short stint in July '98 where they debuted much of their Story Of The Ghost material including this world debut of Mike Gordon's Fikus from Copenhagen, Denmark 2July1998 w/ intro banter from Trey:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/kq9se2

3:47
mp3
320kbps
8.68 MB

After their succesful Island Tour in early April the Phish returned to Bearsville studios to finish up the SOTG including this Shafty from 7May1998 which had metamorphosed from its previous arrangement of Oblivious Fool:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/9su1do

2:39
mp3
320kbps
6.08 MB

By Dec.'99 the Phish were gearing up for their millenial blow-out in Big Cypress.  The late Fall/early Dec. tour featured spectacular playing and improv. ultimately paving the way for Cypress.     ***** Limb to be here shortly***** 

Another definitive highlight from Fall '98, this great ambient version of Frankie Says from Denver, CO 4Nov.1998 says it all about where Phish's improvisational style had gone during the release of the SOTG:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/wxhe59

10:23
mp3
320kbps
23.7 MB

Enjoy!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: gah on November 18, 2008, 01:55:07 PM
phan graciously re-upped a Halley's Comet Mix I made awhile back:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/2kv9tt

Enjoy!  thx phan!

1:13:04
mp3
192Kbps
100.35 MB

thanks! been enjoying this and the TOO> Mcgee all morning!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: antelope19 on November 18, 2008, 02:15:32 PM
(http://www.mike-gordon.com/gallery/albums/2306f.jpg)

In celebration of Phish's Story of the Ghost 10 Year Anniversary album debut of 29Oct.1998, I'll be seeding best of live tracks begining with this ripping Ghost from Holmdel, NJ 15July1999:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/36pqi0

16:13
mp3
320 kbps
37.1 MB


Continuing w/ a raucous Birds of A Feather from 8July1999, this ripper features great If I Only Had A Brain jamming in the latter half:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/yk1y5w

19:15
mp3
320kbps
44.0MB

One of many tour highlights from Fall '98, this version of Meat from 13Nov.1998 features an atypical extended jam combining both its funk origins and then growing ambient spaces:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/o52o82

10:48
mp3
320kbps
24.7 MB

2 weeks before their embryonic "Ghost" jam out of Wolfman's at Hamburg 1March1997, the Phish stormed the Paradiso in Amsterdam on 17Feb. unleashing an all-time best performance including this excellent reading of Guyute:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/kjck1w

10:10
mp3
320kbps
23.20 MB

After 2 successful European tours in 1997, the Phish returned to Europe for a short stint in July '98 where they debuted much of their Story Of The Ghost material including this world debut of Mike Gordon's Fikus from Copenhagen, Denmark 2July1998 w/ intro banter from Trey:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/kq9se2

3:47
mp3
320kbps
8.68 MB

After their succesful Island Tour in early April the Phish returned to Bearsville studios to finish up the SOTG including this Shafty from 7May1998 which had metamorphosed from its previous arrangement of Oblivious Fool:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/9su1do

2:39
mp3
320kbps
6.08 MB

By Dec.'99 the Phish were gearing up for their millenial blow-out in Big Cypress.  The late Fall/early Dec. tour featured spectacular playing and improv. ultimately paving the way for Cypress.     ***** Limb to be here shortly***** 

Another definitive highlight from Fall '98, this great ambient version of Frankie Says from Denver, CO 4Nov.1998 says it all about where Phish's improvisational style had gone during the release of the SOTG:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/wxhe59

10:23
mp3
320kbps
23.7 MB

Enjoy!


Ha.  Back when I was trying to get my younger bro into teh  :phish: I made him a mix tape exactly like this because he liked the album.  I thought it would be a good way for him to make the transition to the live stuff because he was already familiar with the tunes.  Worked like champ! 
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on November 20, 2008, 12:22:46 PM
phan graciously re-upped a Halley's Comet Mix I made awhile back:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/2kv9tt

Enjoy!  thx phan!

1:13:04
mp3
192Kbps
100.35 MB

thanks! been enjoying this and the TOO> Mcgee all morning!

nice, look out for more soon!



Ha.  Back when I was trying to get my younger bro into teh  :phish: I made him a mix tape exactly like this because he liked the album.  I thought it would be a good way for him to make the transition to the live stuff because he was already familiar with the tunes.  Worked like champ! 

nice, out of those I posted the Frankies Says is my favorite.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on November 22, 2008, 09:50:13 PM
Here are a couple of great versions of Playing In the Band.  The first comes from 18Nov.1972, a 25 minute opus and Dick Latvala favorite that shows the  :syf: at their Fall '72 improvisational best:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/exgpfg

25:48
mp3
192 kbps
35.45 MB

The second comes from the  :syf: 's spring '73 tour culled from 16March1973(2 days after my birthday!) and a favorite of VA Slim:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/c5ik57

20:17
mp3
192kbps
27.86 MB

Enjoy!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: slslbs on November 22, 2008, 11:12:36 PM
good picks
 :beers:
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Caravan2001 on November 23, 2008, 01:37:49 AM
Thread debut, this stellar sandwich from Amsterdam.  Garcia burns throughout this amazing piece of improvisation, a must hear!

 :syf: - The Other One>Me and Bobby McGee>The Other One 10May1972

http://www.sendspace.com/file/vw5ncj

41:56
mp3
192Kbps
57.59 MB

Finally got a chance to listen to this today, and played it twice during the day.  It's been on my desktop forever.  I really like it, I'm going to check out the rest of the show.  Thanks for the upload....
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on November 23, 2008, 09:42:43 PM
good picks
 :beers:

thx dog.

Thread debut, this stellar sandwich from Amsterdam.  Garcia burns throughout this amazing piece of improvisation, a must hear!

 :syf: - The Other One>Me and Bobby McGee>The Other One 10May1972

http://www.sendspace.com/file/vw5ncj

41:56
mp3
192Kbps
57.59 MB

Finally got a chance to listen to this today, and played it twice during the day.  It's been on my desktop forever.  I really like it, I'm going to check out the rest of the show.  Thanks for the upload....

no prob, I too heard this version twice today, it still blows me away. 
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on November 29, 2008, 11:29:13 PM
Been listening to  :syf: Nov. 1972 this week and this interesting version of Playing from 12Nov. really caught my ear.  First, the mix is different in that Jerry is mixed to the right side w/ Weir on the left where typically just the opposite is common, at least in my listening experience.  Also the jamming is great, you can really hear both players crystal sharp.  So many good versions of Playing abound but this one, while maybe not as great as 18Nov. certainly deserves a listen ot two:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/iv7255

23:34
mp3
192kpbs
32.3 MB

Enjoy!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: mehead on December 01, 2008, 04:11:36 PM
solid pick..very experimental and improv..alot of different changes in tempo..sweet transition back into it at just past the 20 minute mark..they also followed this show the very next night at the same venue w/ another playin..not my fav but def like the different places the boys take this one..too bad the vocals on this rec are crap cuz the playin is fantastic!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on December 02, 2008, 02:00:34 PM
solid pick..very experimental and improv..alot of different changes in tempo..sweet transition back into it at just past the 20 minute mark..they also followed this show the very next night at the same venue w/ another playin..not my fav but def like the different places the boys take this one..too bad the vocals on this rec are crap cuz the playin is fantastic!

I'll check out the next nights version as well.  This tune in particular truly reached zenith levels that tour w/ nearly every version recommended. 
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: MiamiPhish on December 02, 2008, 06:47:41 PM
Keep up the good work, Susep... thanks for the DLs!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on December 04, 2008, 08:42:55 PM
Another :syf: gem from Nov. '72, this overlooked version of The Other One from 22Nov. Austin, TX. is very solid w/ everyone playing their asses off, dont miss it! :

http://www.sendspace.com/file/hyg5fx

17:56
mp3
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24.6MB
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Caravan2001 on December 04, 2008, 10:36:03 PM
thanks dawg!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: rowjimmy on December 05, 2008, 09:20:22 AM
Another :syf: gem from Nov. '72, this overlooked version of The Other One from 22Nov. Austin, TX. is very solid w/ everyone playing their asses off, dont miss it! :

http://www.sendspace.com/file/hyg5fx

17:56
mp3
kbps
24.6MB

Sickness!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: VA $l!m on December 05, 2008, 04:46:05 PM
Another :syf: gem from Nov. '72, this overlooked version of The Other One from 22Nov. Austin, TX. is very solid w/ everyone playing their asses off, dont miss it! :

http://www.sendspace.com/file/hyg5fx

17:56
mp3
kbps
24.6MB

never overlooked this one personally. part of one of my fav. run of shows.
if i recall  i listened to this TOO last 4th of july on my back porch.
its a real surrealistic barn burner.
very trippy.
do yourself a favor and listen to the whole set.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: slslbs on December 06, 2008, 06:43:04 PM
Another :syf: gem from Nov. '72, this overlooked version of The Other One from 22Nov. Austin, TX. is very solid w/ everyone playing their asses off, dont miss it! :

http://www.sendspace.com/file/hyg5fx

17:56
mp3
kbps
24.6MB

never overlooked this one personally. part of one of my fav. run of shows.
if i recall  i listened to this TOO last 4th of july on my back porch.
its a real surrealistic barn burner.
very trippy.
do yourself a favor and listen to the whole show.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Caravan2001 on December 06, 2008, 09:51:42 PM
Another :syf: gem from Nov. '72, this overlooked version of The Other One from 22Nov. Austin, TX. is very solid w/ everyone playing their asses off, dont miss it! :

http://www.sendspace.com/file/hyg5fx

17:56
mp3
kbps
24.6MB

Listened today, this is a new one for me.  I'm familiar with a lot of shows from 11/72, but I've missed this one.  This Other One kicks ass.....I'm going to stream the rest of the show right now.  Thanks Susep...
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on December 07, 2008, 08:29:39 AM
Another :syf: gem from Nov. '72, this overlooked version of The Other One from 22Nov. Austin, TX. is very solid w/ everyone playing their asses off, dont miss it! :

http://www.sendspace.com/file/hyg5fx

17:56
mp3
kbps
24.6MB

never overlooked this one personally. part of one of my fav. run of shows.
if i recall  i listened to this TOO last 4th of july on my back porch.
its a real surrealistic barn burner.
very trippy.
do yourself a favor and listen to the whole tour.




Listened today, this is a new one for me.  I'm familiar with a lot of shows from 11/72, but I've missed this one.  This Other One kicks ass.....I'm going to stream the rest of the show right now.  Thanks Susep...

no prob, glad you enjoyed it!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Caravan2001 on December 07, 2008, 11:45:57 AM
played the rest of the show up until TOO last night....still have the Stella and rest to follow, but the China-Rider and the Candyman are great, as is the Bird Song.  What a great tour this was, they were blowing doors (and minds)  every night.......
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on December 07, 2008, 12:21:33 PM
played the rest of the show up until TOO last night....still have the Stella and rest to follow, but the China-Rider and the Candyman are great, as is the Bird Song.  What a great tour this was, they were blowing doors (and minds)  every night.......

indeed, I finished uploading October and half of Dec. to the ipod for this week's listening.  I read where the 26Oct.72 Playing is a mind blower as well as the DS's from 18 and 28Oct.  But you're right, they were blowing minds, including mine 36 years later. :syf:
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on December 13, 2008, 05:21:40 PM
reviewed  :syf: Oct.72 this week, although not as good as Nov. and Sept. it certainly has its moments such as this stellar Dark Star from 28Oct.1972 Cleveland, OH.  The band literally lifts off about 5 minutes in w/ everyone putting forth tremendous energy.  Check it:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/b60h88

27:46
mp3
192 kbps
38.1 MB

Enjoy!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on December 21, 2008, 12:05:12 PM
Revisted Dec. '72 this week but also checked out a new seed from 1968 I got from the Bus over at bt, a nice, day-glo show from 7Dec.1968 Louisville, KY.  By this time the LiveDead suite Dark Star > St. Stephen > The Eleven > Lovelight had become a nightly showcase but special sequences abound such as this series from Bellarmine College:

Dark Star
http://www.sendspace.com/file/o75pr9

13:25
mp3
192kbps
18.4 MB

St. Stephen
http://www.sendspace.com/file/0eg2z8

5:08
mp3
192kbps
7.06 MB

The Eleven

http://www.sendspace.com/file/rfw8wu

6:40
mp3
192kbps
9.17 MB

(http://www.dead.net/sites/deadbeta.rhino.com/files/images/19681207_0315.jpg)

Enjoy!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on December 22, 2008, 08:26:39 PM
Revisted Dec. '72 this week but also checked out a new seed from 1968 I got from the Bus over at bt, a nice, day-glo show from 7Dec.1968 Louisville, KY.  By this time the LiveDead suite Dark Star > St. Stephen > The Eleven > Lovelight had become a nightly showcase but special sequences abound such as this series from Bellarmine College:

Dark Star
http://www.sendspace.com/file/o75pr9

13:25
mp3
192kbps
18.4 MB

St. Stephen
http://www.sendspace.com/file/0eg2z8

5:08
mp3
192kbps
7.06 MB

The Eleven

http://www.sendspace.com/file/rfw8wu

6:40
mp3
192kbps
9.17 MB

(http://www.dead.net/sites/deadbeta.rhino.com/files/images/19681207_0315.jpg)

Enjoy!


been listening to this sequence a few times today at work, very nice, surreal Dark Star(which is what this tune is all about) but what seperates the good versions is how much they glow and this one certainly does that and more, a must listen.  another interesting anamoly is the Eleven, during the Phil breakdown the jam suddenly fades out, you can hear Pig say something like, fade it out, perhaps a broken string or technical issue?  Either way great Dec. listening in this bone chilling weather.  Let it warm you up!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on January 01, 2009, 06:16:33 PM
In honor of turning the New Year lets celebrate Hendrix style w/ 2 of my favorite Band of Gypsys tracks.  Out of the four sets played by the Gypsys on 31Dec.1969 - 1Jan.1970, generally I prefer the first night sets featuring these two awesome cuts.

The 31Dec.69 early show featured all new Hendrix, never heard originals such as this kick-ass delta influenced blues, Hear My Train A' Comin:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/9q4lpw

9:31
mp3
192kbps
13.0 MB

Out of the 4 versions of Machine Gun played over those shows, the version from the 31Dec.69 late show is my favorite, an amazing showcase of Jimi's then "new" sound w/ very distinct delta like signals:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/qnex98

13:51
mp3
192kbps
19.0 MB

(http://eherr.com/h2B.jpg)

Enjoy!


Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Caravan2001 on January 01, 2009, 07:05:49 PM
I've got the complete show (4 or 5 cds?)a and it all burns!  Get this if you don't have it.  Sweet pick Susep....Are we allowed to seed Jimi?  Just curious....
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on January 02, 2009, 01:48:03 PM
I've got the complete show (4 or 5 cds?)a and it all burns!  Get this if you don't have it.  Sweet pick Susep....Are we allowed to seed Jimi?  Just curious....

I believe we can seed Jimi as long as its not officially released/licensed i.e. Live at the Fillmore East et al.  For ex. I got these two tracks off a SBD bootleg, probably from the same set as yours.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Caravan2001 on January 03, 2009, 08:19:50 PM
just wondering...I never see any Jimi on Etree....either way, good picks.  I love the machine gun (s) played on this night....
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on January 03, 2009, 08:41:20 PM
just wondering...I never see any Jimi on Etree....either way, good picks.  I love the machine gun (s) played on this night....

thx, me too, seminal stuff.

btw, there is a sweet mini-project over at shn, hendrix studio 1969.  part 1 was recently seeded:

http://www.shnflac.net/details.php?id=30181df1a1aa30e2336bfe55c06df43174d40765

Quote
Disc 1

February 11, 1969 – Record Plant, New York, New York – In addition to working
on the latest Buddy Miles Express release, Jimi, Buddy Miles, Organist Duane
Hitchings, and Guitarist Jim McCarty focus on new material by Hendrix.
01.   World Traveler (S771) – Sound quality: Excellent.  Time: 8:10
      02. It's Too Bad (S772) (1) – Sound quality: Excellent.  Time: 11:08
      More Complete, some vocals removed
             Sound quality: Excellent.  Time: 11:08
03. It's Too Bad (S772) (2) – Incomplete wide stereo mix with heavy delay.
      Sound Quality: Excellent.  Time: 5:42
      04. It's Too Bad (S772) (3) – Alternate mix with incomplete end.
            Sound Quality: Excellent.  Time: 8:51
      05. Untitled Instrumental Jam A.K.A. Hitchings Jam (S1125)
            Sound Quality: Very Good.  Time: 13:40

February 14, 1969 – Olympic Studios, London, England
      06. Midnight Lightning (S765) – Instrumental solo run through by Jimi on electric
            guitar.  Sound quality: Very Good.  Time: 4:20
       
February 16, 1969 – Olympic Studios, London, England
       07. Cryin' Blue Rain (S928) – Sound Quality: Excellent.  Time: 2:36
       08. Lover Man (S929) - Sound Quality: Excellent.  Time: 4:31
       09. Room Full Of Mirrors (S931) – Sound Quality: Excellent.  Time: 2:25
       10. Shame, Shame, Shame (S934) – Sound Quality: Excellent. Time: 1:50
       11. Sunshine Of Your Love (S933) – Sound Quality: Excellent.  Time: 5:34

Disc 2

February 17, 1969 – Olympic Studios, London, England. Rehearsals for the
upcoming Royal Albert Hall concerts on the 18th and 24th.
       01. Spanish Castle Magic (S1547) – Sound Quality: Excellent. Time: 5:48
       02. Hear My Train A Comin' (S1548) – Sound Quality: Excellent. 6:56   

February 26, 1969 – Olympic Studios, London, England.
       03. Noel's Tune (Take 1) (S?) - Features Jimi on guitar for a track from a Noel
             Redding solo session. Sound Quality: Excellent.  Time: 3:19

March 16, 1969 – Mercury Studios, New York, New York. Jimi joins The Buddy
Miles Express during their recording session of Blue Window Jam. Take 1 is not
included as it is unsure he participated in this take even though he is clearly heard
talking from the control booth.
       04. Blue Window Jam (Take 2) (S1036) (2) – Sound Quality: Very Good
             Time: 19:33
       05. Blue Window Jam (Take 2) (S1036) (3) – Sound Quality: Excellent
             Time: 12:51. Incomplete edited official version.


March 18, 1969 - Record Plant, New York, New York
        06. The Star Spangled Banner (S115) – Sound Quality: Excellent.  Time: 4:05
              The official mix.
        07. The Star Spangled Banner (S1058) – Sound Quality: Very Good.  Time: 4:13
              Slightly different mix of the official mix with no fade out.
        08. The Star Spangled Banner (S115) (2) – Sound Quality: Excellent.  Time: 8:08
              The official mix slowed to half speed giving an excellent view of overdubded 
              effects. Currently circulating on tape only.
              Track mimmicked with Audacity 1.2.1 using
              automatic pitch and tempo control.
        09. The Star Spangled Banner (S115) (2) – Sound Quality: Excellent.  Time: 8:08
              The official mix slowed to half speed but reversed to show more backward 
              effects. Trader's track and is not a true known recording.
              Track mimmicked with Audacity 1.2.1 using
              automatic pitch and tempo control. Reversed by WJ.
        10.Gypsy Boy (Take 8) (S985) – Sound Quality: Good.   Time: 3:51
              Early version of Hey Baby that is the unaltered take 8.

Disc 3

March 18, 1969 - Record Plant, New York, New York. Continued
        01. Gypsy Boy (S165) – Sound Quality: Excellent.  Time: 3:44
              This is the Alan Douglas composite that removes the original bass and studio
              session players are added in. Circa: 1974 / 75.


March 19, 1969 - Record Plant, New York, New York – Records with Lonnie
Youngblood
        02. Georgia Blues A.K.A Mother, Mother (S1590) – Sound Quality: Excellent.
              Time: 7:58. This mix has sax and some vocals removed.
        03. Georgia Blues A.K.A Mother, Mother (S1592) – Sound Quality: Excellent.
              Time: 7:57. This mix includes sax and more vocals.

March 25, 1969 - Record Plant, New York, New York – John McLaughlin, Jim
McCarty, Buddy Miles, and Dave Holland join Jimi for a session of informal
jamming at the Record Plant.
        04. McLaughlin Jam (S1006) – Sound Quality: Very Good.   Time: 29:56
              The complete take of this jam.
        05. Jimi/Jimmy Jam (S789) – Sound Quality: Very Good.   Time: 16:17
              The more complete edit.
        06. Jimi/Jimmy Jam (S172) – Sound Quality: Very Good.   Time: 7:42
              This is the edited offical mix.

I love his delta/blues jams and part 1 has plenty.  Definitely check it out!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Caravan2001 on January 03, 2009, 09:20:36 PM
cool....didn't realize that Jim McCarty (of PRS pickups fame) played with JH
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: slslbs on January 08, 2009, 09:46:48 PM
lots of Jimi on LL, especially recently
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on January 09, 2009, 11:10:27 PM
cool....didn't realize that Jim McCarty (of PRS pickups fame) played with JH

nice, I didn't realize the connection between McCarty and PRS. 

lots of Jimi on LL, especially recently

another cool site that rich or someone here recommended is http://crosstowntorrents.org/, preety dope, all Jimi w/ some preety sick looking torrents.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on January 10, 2009, 12:38:43 PM
After mining a few sweet torrents at Cross Town, I came across a very good Hendrix show from 8May1970 Norman, OK.  Arguably the best version of Machine Gun recorded, this excellent outing features a Hey Baby influenced intro. 
Many have expressed this show as being the very best Aud. recording from Jimi's 1970 Cry of Love tour featuring a fusion of Jimi's Experience w/ Mitch Mitchell on drums and Band of Gypsys bassist Billy Cox utimately replacing Noel Redding.     

http://www.sendspace.com/file/ztq6gs

12:48
mp3
192kbps
17.5 MB

Enjoy!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: MiamiPhish on January 10, 2009, 01:24:29 PM
Really awesome dude, thanks!

Jimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii :mrgreen:
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on January 19, 2009, 02:56:52 PM
In honor of MLK Day, here is a sweet Hendrix studio nugget w/ Billy Cox and Buddy Miles titled MLK from a 23Jan.70 session at Electric Lady studios:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/j0jsvs

4:23
mp3
159 kbps
5.06 MB

Enjoy!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Caravan2001 on January 19, 2009, 11:12:53 PM
In honor of MLK Day, here is a sweet Hendrix studio nugget w/ Billy Cox and Buddy Miles titled MLK from a 23Jan.70 session at Electric Lady studios:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/j0jsvs

4:23
mp3
159 kbps
5.06 MB

Enjoy!


nice....never heard this.  Thanks
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on January 25, 2009, 10:40:52 PM
continuing the Hendrix train, here is an interesting Spanish Castle Magic Aud w/ a Third Stone From the Sun jam from 3May1969 Toronto, Ontario, hours after Jimi was busted passing through Canadian customs.  although the incident certainly was a drawback for Hendrix, it didn't diminish his performance that night as this somewhat short but riveting version reflects:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/0wm07x

4:47
224kbps
mp3
7.07 MB

Enjoy!
 
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: mehead on February 01, 2009, 10:08:46 AM
reviewed  :syf: Oct.72 this week, although not as good as Nov. and Sept. it certainly has its moments such as this stellar Dark Star from 28Oct.1972 Cleveland, OH.  The band literally lifts off about 5 minutes in w/ everyone putting forth tremendous energy.  Check it:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/b60h88

27:46
mp3
192 kbps
38.1 MB

Enjoy!
[listening to this right now..pretty sweet..gracias!!]
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on February 12, 2009, 11:12:07 PM
approaching the 12th Anniversary of one of my favorite  :phish: shows, here is the debut of Carini from 17Feb.1997.  This volcanic version features 3 distinct jams before segueing into Taste:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/z0pkg2

21:24
mp3
224 kbps
25.0 MB

Enjoy!

(http://www.phishposterarchive.com/phish-amsterdam-97.jpg)
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on March 14, 2009, 08:35:44 PM
How about the B-Day edition of susep's corner?  An obvious selection to mark this momentous occasion is none other then this tit ripping version of You Enjoy Myself from 14March1993.  Sure the YEM from Albany May '93 often gets high regard but is way overrated imho, this one from Gunnison, CO. takes it big time.  Best of the year(93)?  Let your ears decide:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/4089bk

24:15
mp3
224 kbps
28.6 MB

Enjoy!

Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: tehdead on March 14, 2009, 08:39:34 PM
taking it for a spin right now, be back in 25 min  :wink:
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: tehdead on March 14, 2009, 08:52:57 PM
HA Even My DAD came in once and listened, but that was before he came in and said "Hey turn it down a notch" and I was like "Dad just wait its going to get good" And hes loving the whole YEM-Owner of a Lonely Heart-Low Rider-Spooky-Oye Como Va-YEM.  :clap: :clap:

+k for this one.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: gah on March 16, 2009, 01:04:10 PM
thanks for that YEM. enjoyed it here at work.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on March 16, 2009, 07:09:21 PM
HA Even My DAD came in once and listened, but that was before he came in and said "Hey turn it down a notch" and I was like "Dad just wait its going to get good" And hes loving the whole YEM-Owner of a Lonely Heart-Low Rider-Spooky-Oye Como Va-YEM.  :clap: :clap:

+k for this one.

nice, glad you and the 'ol man enjoyed it.

thanks for that YEM. enjoyed it here at work.

nice.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on April 05, 2009, 10:30:19 AM
April showers brings May flowers so they say but the  :syf: brought many a flower in April as we'll celebrate here at susep's corner this month starting w/ this huge Cryptical Envelopment from 15April1970.  The  :syf: were playing w/ Miles Davis and his post Bitches Brew ensemble for a multi-night run at SF's Fillmore West that began on 9April.  No doubt the  :syf: were greatly inspired as this performance reflects particularly the hot jam between the brief drums segments.  Mickey and Billy are playing w/ tremendous energy as they lead the others into a scintillating improvisation.  This jam segment is one of those jams!   

http://www.sendspace.com/file/3g7hz7

24:19
mp3
224Kbps
27.7 MB

Enjoy!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on April 26, 2009, 04:33:05 PM
oscillating between my 2 fav. bands, here is a cool Simple mix to keep your pre-summer Phish fervor going strong:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/c2dryo

zip> mp3
79MB

track list to follow.

Enjoy!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: gah on April 28, 2009, 04:21:57 PM
Thanks. Been enjoying this all afternoon.  :clap:
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on April 29, 2009, 07:52:36 PM
Thanks. Been enjoying this all afternoon.  :clap:

nice, glad you enjoy it.  I recently met an old college buddy on facebook, he would always have new shows a day or 2 after.  I made the mix for him  as a recoprication, his feedback was he thought the jams were "way out there" GD style.  Mission accomplished.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on April 30, 2009, 09:37:14 PM
the Simple mix tracklist:

17June94
2April98
1Dec.96
9Dec.97
16Nov.94
20Feb.03
21Nov.98
25Nov.94
26Oct.96
28Dec.97
29Nov.98
31Oct.96
31Dec.98
8Dec.94
31July99
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on May 06, 2009, 10:33:57 PM
The Wolfman's Brother Mix:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/56hmi1


51:17
zip >
mp3
192kbps
59.6 MB

Enjoy!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on September 13, 2009, 10:00:51 PM
is kicking down  :syf: 1974 style.  Garcia's Wolf combined w/ The Wall melted minds everywhere.  Kicking it off are these two early May mini-tour gems:

By the time '74 rolled around Dark Star was played at a much lesser frequency then before but when they did play it like this superb 14May1974 version from Missoula, MT, it certainly made up for its absence. Jerry is manic in the last 4-5 minutes of this 26 min. masterwork.

http://www.sendspace.com/file/pgf2mj

26:34
mp3
320 kbps
60 MB


Reminiscent of their much earlier '68 NW Tour, the next stop's Playing from 17May Vancouver, BC highlights the  :syf: more evolved collective improvisational gestalt:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/le2mp5

23:00
mp3
320 kbps
34 MB
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: sophist on September 15, 2009, 08:44:21 AM
Great picks.   :syf:
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Bobafett on September 15, 2009, 09:19:30 AM
the wall was so badass...i've heard there are still some of those speakers in use by touring acts today.  Bear was the man.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: VA $l!m on September 15, 2009, 10:30:37 AM
the missoula DStar is a classic.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on September 16, 2009, 03:56:18 PM
Great picks.   :syf:

 :beers:

the wall was so badass...i've heard there are still some of those speakers in use by touring acts today.  Bear was the man.

Bear knows...

the missoula DStar is a classic.

truly is a classic.  more to come from this incredible year of GD music!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Superfreakie on September 16, 2009, 11:06:51 PM
Great picks.   :syf:

 :beers:

the wall was so badass...i've heard there are still some of those speakers in use by touring acts today.  Bear was the man.

Bear knows...


I actually know Bear and have visited him where he now lives in Australia. He spends a lot of time with aboriginals and owns an art collective with them. They do a lot of work with Black Opals, which are solely mined by the aboriginals, as they were principally located on their territory in the north. If ever any of you (that I sort of know) are going to Australia and would like to pay him a visit shoot me a pm. He is super friendly, you wouldn't feel weird or feel like you are imposing, he is an old man now, completely unassuming, a great musician taboot and LOVES TO TELL TALES. The shit that went down would burn off both your little ears. And on top of all that he lives in an unbelievable place in the rain forest. It's magic, trust me. Worth the trip. 
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on September 17, 2009, 10:49:36 PM
Next stop of the  :syf: May '74 mini-tour, the Edmunson Pavillion in Seattle on 21May.  Here the  :syf: unleashed one of their longest and most improvisational expressions in a very tripped out, super-extended Playing in the Band.  I'm still digesting this beast of a jam.  Feel free to drop a review.

http://www.sendspace.com/file/y3kzu6


46:27
mp3
256kbps
85.07 MB

(http://www.themusicarchive.com/garcia/deadphotos/dead-74d.jpg)
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on October 08, 2009, 09:31:18 PM
Recently rediscovered my first downloaded Derek Trucks Band show from 26Nov.2004 Wilmington, DE. 
Amazing mix of smoking jazz covers and originals.  Trucks playing is so intense and fluid, I have yet to hear a DTB show that surpasses this Giant:

http://www.archive.org/details/dtb2004-11-26.mg200.shnf

Quote

Source: micotech gefell m200’s>zaolla>v3(48/16)>m1
Location: dc directly in front of soundboard – mics at 10’ x/y
Taped and transferred by Steven Gatto



set 1 - disc 1
Going Down Slow
Preachin' Blues
Hey, Driver! What City?
Soul Serenade
Cheesecake
derek and rico introductions
Feel So Bad
Afro Blue

set 2 / disc 2
Naima
Crow Jane
I Wish I Knew
Angola
Drown In My Own Tears
For My Brother
Pedro
crowd encore call
E: Back at the Chicken Shack>Ain't That Lovin' You

the tracks in bold are of particular brilliance, the sound and recording are top notch.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: slslbs on October 08, 2009, 09:37:46 PM
thanks - I'll give it a listen

check out 9/17/09 (link posted on the wsp thread)
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: OctopusRider on October 18, 2009, 02:26:22 PM
Hey susep! I just thought I'd stop by and say hello. Nice to see so many familiar names still around at the paug.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Hicks on October 18, 2009, 02:36:29 PM
Hey susep! I just thought I'd stop by and say hello. Nice to see so many familiar names still around at the paug.

What's up dude?  Where you been at?
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: OctopusRider on October 18, 2009, 02:47:06 PM
I've been around... just busier than ever before.  I haven't been doin' much net stuff lately other than the usual downloads.  What's new at the paug?  It's been a couple years I think.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Hicks on October 18, 2009, 03:46:26 PM
I've been around... just busier than ever before.  I haven't been doin' much net stuff lately other than the usual downloads.  What's new at the paug?  It's been a couple years I think.

Teh usual bs, probably the biggest development are the live setlist threads.  If you aren't at the show and don't have anything else to do it's pretty fun to hang out here and watch the updates roll in.

Welcome back mang! 
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: OctopusRider on October 18, 2009, 03:57:06 PM
Yeah, that sounds sweet!  I usually check out phish.com as they roll in but that's only so much fun, right?

Thanks!  :-)
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: rowjimmy on October 18, 2009, 03:59:49 PM
Yeah, that sounds sweet!  I usually check out phish.com as they roll in but that's only so much fun, right?

Thanks!  :-)

Phish.com doesn't talk back tho.  :wink:

Good to see ya around.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Hicks on October 18, 2009, 04:01:38 PM
Yeah, that sounds sweet!  I usually check out phish.com as they roll in but that's only so much fun, right?

Thanks!  :-)

Phish.com doesn't talk back tho.  :wink:

Or make (usually wrong) calls. 
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: rowjimmy on October 18, 2009, 04:03:39 PM
Yeah, that sounds sweet!  I usually check out phish.com as they roll in but that's only so much fun, right?

Thanks!  :-)

Phish.com doesn't talk back tho.  :wink:

Or make (usually wrong) calls.

Yeah but half the fun is laughing at the ridiculous calls some people make.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: OctopusRider on October 18, 2009, 04:06:01 PM
Hey rj!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Hicks on October 18, 2009, 04:29:29 PM
Yeah, that sounds sweet!  I usually check out phish.com as they roll in but that's only so much fun, right?

Thanks!  :-)

Phish.com doesn't talk back tho.  :wink:

Or make (usually wrong) calls.

Yeah but half the fun is laughing at the ridiculous calls some people make.

Indeed it is.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on October 18, 2009, 08:21:06 PM
Hey susep! I just thought I'd stop by and say hello. Nice to see so many familiar names still around at the paug.

indeed but in this case I don't remember you particularly but either way, welcome back!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: OctopusRider on October 18, 2009, 11:41:34 PM
Hey susep! I just thought I'd stop by and say hello. Nice to see so many familiar names still around at the paug.

indeed but in this case I don't remember you particularly but either way, welcome back!

That's alright...  It happens all the time. 
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on October 20, 2009, 11:20:24 PM
36 years ago the  :syf: threw down a monster Fall Tour that began 19Oct.1973 in Oklahoma City, OK.  2 days later the boys played Omaha featuring an early unique Playing opening set 2:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/27hawl

Enjoy! 

(http://www.thesportsroadtrip.com/nebraska4379.jpg)
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on October 23, 2009, 02:11:01 PM
After Omaha the  :syf: headed N to Bloomington, MN for a 23Oct.73 appearance at the Metropolitan Sports Center.  Check out this cool Jam out of Truckin' before the Other One w/ Keith evoking Pig on the organ:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/cjuzgc - gd731023d2t09 Jam - The Other One.mp3
Size: 13MB

(http://hockey.ballparks.com/NHL/MinnesotaNorthStars/front.jpg)

Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Bobafett on October 26, 2009, 10:49:58 AM
Hey susep! I just thought I'd stop by and say hello. Nice to see so many familiar names still around at the paug.

hey Octopus, glad to see you around.  I still spread those dope ass Pink Floyd shows you hooked me up with. Thanks again.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on November 05, 2009, 10:05:31 PM
getting back on track here's a sweet violin solo by L. Shankar from a 1978 jazz festival show from Brazil w/ John McLaughlin's One Truth Band:


http://www.youtube.com/v/bwAbMek8Lx8&hl=en&fs=1&

Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: whatapiper on November 08, 2009, 02:38:21 AM
damn, that was ridiculous :-o
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on November 14, 2009, 12:30:37 PM
Quote
Soon after our move, we received an offer to play three days of a “Trips Festival,” in Vancouver, British Columbia. It seemed like a good opportunity to bring our music to a new audience, since we’d been preaching to the choir, so to speak, for a while now. Since we couldn’t afford to fly, the band took the train, leaving Oakland one morning and arriving the next day, while the gear drove up in a truck. While on the train, we took smoke breaks in the only place where we could have a little privacy: the open vestibule between the cars. At one point, we were standing out there entranced by the rhythm of the wheels clickety-clacking over the welds in the rails; Billy and I looked at each other and just knew – we simultaneously burst out, “We can play this!”

“This” later turned into “Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks),” one of our simplest, yet farthest-reaching musical explorations. Based on the train rhythm, it had only one chord and was played at a blistering tempo; the music ranged from bluesy (“I went down … to see the gypsy woman one day… tryin’ ta find out – what’s wrong – with me an’ my baby”) to mind-shattering feedback (“Just a touch … of mojo band”), the lyrics delivered by Pigpen with all the spooky, snaky, insinuating delivery he could summon.

At the next moment, the train lurched, and Jerry, who was standing near the exit, lost his footing and started to fall! Outward! Quick as a mongoose, Bobby reached out and grabbed his shirt, pulling him back into the car just as another train roared past in the opposite direction at a closing speed of what seemed like two hundred miles per hour. Whew!

     
http://www.sendspace.com/file/k36ql8 - Caution Mix.mp3


(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/3/31/AnthemOfTheSun.jpg)

46:33
mp3
417kbps
69.1MB

Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: rowjimmy on November 16, 2009, 12:52:48 PM
ORLY?

thx
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: gah on November 16, 2009, 02:27:25 PM

http://www.sendspace.com/file/k36ql8 - Caution Mix.mp3

46:33
mp3
417kbps
69.1MB

Yes, I enjoyed this Saturday afternoon while at work. Thanks.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on December 20, 2009, 03:24:32 PM
10 year Anniversary coming up for 31Dec.99, still sounds phresh today.  Check out this Big Cypress Mix to help enlighten your holiday season:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/53sztc

1:02:15
256 kbps
113 MB
mp3

(http://farm1.static.flickr.com/153/415262639_228b72fd49.jpg?v=0)

Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Buffalo Budd on December 21, 2009, 08:31:41 AM
Thanks Susep, looking forward to watching the 12-31-99 DvDs this holdiay season.
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: gah on December 21, 2009, 10:39:04 AM
Thanks man! Just grabbed this, listening now. Should make for a pleasant work morning! Love this Sand.  :clap:
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Buffalo Budd on December 21, 2009, 10:39:54 AM
Love this Sand.  :clap:
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on September 11, 2010, 01:18:23 PM

Fall Tour 1996 Mix

http://www.sendspace.com/file/otkssb (http://www.sendspace.com/file/otkssb) - Phish - Fall Tour 1996 Mix.mp3
Size: 150.91MB |

Timber 4Dec
DwD 31Oct
2001 6Dec
Jim 16Nov
Bowie 19Nov
Simple 26Oct
Tweezer 11Nov
Mike's 6Nov
Simple 1Dec
Simple 31Oct
You Enjoy Myself 9Nov
Suzy 13Nov
Wildwood 6Dec
SSB 31Oct

bonus track
2001 - 18-30Nov.

1:05:55
320 kbps
150 MB
mp3

Enjoy!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: gainesvillegreen on September 11, 2010, 10:30:25 PM

Fall Tour 1996 Mix

http://www.sendspace.com/file/otkssb (http://www.sendspace.com/file/otkssb) - Phish - Fall Tour 1996 Mix.mp3
Size: 150.91MB |

Timber 4Dec
DwD 31Oct
2001 6Dec
Jim 16Nov
Bowie 19Nov
Simple 26Oct
Tweezer 11Nov
Mike's 6Nov
Simple 1Dec
Simple 31Oct
You Enjoy Myself 9Nov
Suzy 13Nov
Wildwood 6Dec
SSB 31Oct

bonus track
2001 - 18-30Nov.

1:05:55
320 kbps
150 MB
mp3

Enjoy!

Love this mix, all the Simple representation, ESPECIALLY the 10/26. Unfortunately, still a fail though since Reba is not represented. 
:-P
 :wink:
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: Mr.Slinky on November 15, 2010, 01:58:22 PM
Sweettime!!!!
Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: susep on February 27, 2018, 02:15:18 PM
It's fun finding old threads like this one.  :-P

I made this Whipping Post mix last Summer, sharing now.  Enjoy!

https://www.sendspace.com/file/eu0277 - Whipping Post.mp3 (54.96MB)

09/24/88
10/29/88
09/08/88
05/13/89
06/21/88
09/24/88

24:00
mp3
320kbps
54.9MB

Title: Re: susep's Corner
Post by: mopper_smurf on February 27, 2018, 04:35:08 PM
He's back :rawk: :rawk: