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Offline G. Augusto

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Re: Summer 2003
« Reply #75 on: August 19, 2008, 10:45:45 AM »
http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=517891

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Phish
8/2/2003
"IT" Festival
Loring Commerce Centre, Limestone, ME

Source: 3 mic mix: Nak 300's 2 x cp-4 + 1 cp-2 -> Presance ua-5 -> d7
Taped by: Jesse D. Scott & Brian Costigan
Transfer: d7-> edirol ua-1d -> cdwav -> mkwact (shn)
Transferred and Seeded by: Brian Costigan with Bit Torrent help from Ethan and CoTapers.org


Disc One
--Set I--
1. AC/DC Bag
2. Ya Mar >
3. Runaway Jim
4. Reba *
5. Birds of a Feather
6. Meatstick **

Disc Two
1. Two Versions of Me
2. Vultures
3. Limb by Limb
4. Cavern
--Set II--
5. Down With Disease >
6. NICU ->
7. Brother
8. Lawn Boy

Disc Three
1. Discern
2. Waves ^
3. David Bowie
--Set III--
4. Rock & Roll ->

Disc Four
1. Seven Below ->
2. Scents and Subtle Sounds >^^
3. Spread It Round
4. Bug
Encore:
5. Trey Speaks
6. Dog Log
7. The Mango Song


* with whistling
** Trey: "we'd like to honor that request" (referring to loud crowd chant
for the song), and sung with Japanese lyrics
^ with ambient jam
^^ with Seven Below teases

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I'm getting killed by the leechers and will prolly have to UL 5GB to complete the first one.
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Re: Summer 2003
« Reply #76 on: August 19, 2008, 10:51:15 AM »
What's your impression of the opening trio from set III on 8/2?   
I wish they had found a groove a little quicker in "Rock and Roll," but following segues are good stuff. 

It's some of my favorite PH playing. 


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Re: Summer 2003
« Reply #77 on: August 19, 2008, 10:52:30 AM »
What's your impression of the opening trio from set III on 8/2?   
I wish they had found a groove a little quicker in "Rock and Roll," but following segues are good stuff. 

It's some of my favorite PH playing.

It sucks.
I need a co-seeder.
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Re: Summer 2003
« Reply #78 on: August 19, 2008, 10:56:07 AM »
What's your impression of the opening trio from set III on 8/2?   
I wish they had found a groove a little quicker in "Rock and Roll," but following segues are good stuff. 

It's some of my favorite PH playing.

It sucks.
I need a co-seeder.
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if i could i would.
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Re: Summer 2003
« Reply #79 on: August 21, 2008, 11:31:26 AM »
http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=517965

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Phish
August 2, 2003 (2am Set)
IT Festival
Loring Air Force Base
Limestone, ME

Source: Schoeps 21's->V2->AD2K->D8
Taped, Transfered, and Seeded By: FishmansVacuum


****DO NOT ENCODE TO MP3****


Setlist:
The "Tower Jam"

Notes:
The Tower Jam was an all-improvised (and unannounced, though heavily rumored) set
from the roof of the old air-traffic control tower, taking place about 2-3am,
with special lighting by Chris Kuroda.
Featured many teases, accompanied by dancers on rappel lines down the tower's sides.

I've left this tracked as it should be, as one track clocking in at 1:00:25...enjoy!

http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=517964

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The Bunny - 96.1 FM WQHR
Phish IT Festival Radio
Limestone/Presque Isle, ME

Source: FM > Nomad Jukebox 3

Recording and mastering by Mike Wren (mw@mikewren.com)

This information file is subject to change. The most recent version
will always will be located at:
http://mikewren.com/bunny2003-08archives.txt
Please email mw@mikewren.com with updates

Last Updated 7/27/2004 @ 11p

8/3/2003

*** Disc One *** [75:30]

01. TOH Station Legal ID
02. Rickshaw and Cooley - Banter
03. Ozzy Interview I
04. Bunny "B to the U to the double NY" Bumper
05. Bunny Golf Cart
06. Shapiro - "From the Archives" Intro
07. David Bowie (12/1/1992)
08. Shapiro - Traffic, Footware and Mud
09. Stash (8/15/1993)
10. Shapiro
11. All Things Reconsidered (Soundcheck, 6/18/1994)
12. Ghost (7/23/1997)

*** Disc Two *** [75:12]

13. Cities > Dave's Energy Guide > Cities (8/5/1988)
14. Shapiro
15. Shapiro and Pinsky - 'House of Live Phish' plug
16. Shapiro
17. Haley's Comet (11/11/1998)
18. Shapiro
19. Bug (7/18/2003)
20. Rosey the Roaving Reporter - RV Busted Down
21. Rosey the Roaving Reporter - Dayam Chick
22. Rosey the Roaving Reporter - Headpiece Chicks
23. "Pokin' Stinkin', Smokin' drinkin'" Bumper
24. Train Rollin' with Rickshaw and Cooley
25. Bunny "B-U-B-U-B-U-NNY" Long Bumper
26. DJ Sleepyturtle, Rickshaw, Pistol Stamen - Watch out for Moose, Ozzy
Interview II
27. Unprotected Moose Warning, Mortimer the Moose Story
28. Pistol Stamen, Sleepyturtle - Stay the night, don't run over people

General Notes:
This was edited as a "Best of The Bunny" five disc set, containing both
"From the Archives" shows from Kevin Shapiro, plus the soundcheck and some DJ
banter to help bring the feel of The Bunny back. The result if over five and a half
hours of The Bunny.

Thanks to Kevin Shapiro for help with this txt file.

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Re: Summer 2003
« Reply #80 on: August 21, 2008, 01:10:35 PM »
I think I'm going to close my ports and jump on!   :evil:  :wink:
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Re: Summer 2003 *The dishes are done, man*
« Reply #81 on: August 22, 2008, 08:36:58 AM »
http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=517985

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Phish
2003-08-03
IT
Loring Air Force Base
Limestone, ME

Source: Nakamichi CM700/CP701's > Sound Devices MP-2 > Graham Patten ADC-20(48kHz) > Sony D8

mic location and setup: 1st row OTS DC, ORTF

Transfer: Sony DTC-60ES > M-Audio FireWire 410 (via coax SPDIF) > SoundForge 8.0 (Normalized, fades at begining and end of set, resampled 48>44.1kHz w highset setting (4) and anti alias filter on) > CDWav v1.95.1(tracked) > FLAC lVl8

Taped and transferred by: Rodeo (soamike@hotmail.com)

Special thanks to Jeremy Timko for the tickets! (Jeremy, if you ever read this please email me)

Disc 1:

-Set I-
01 Intro
02 Daniel (Saw the Stone)
03 Saw It Again
04 Punch You in the Eye
05 Army of One
06 Chalkdust Torture
07 Wilson*

Disc 2:

01 Mike's Song >
02 I Am Hydrogen >
03 Weekapaug Groove
-Set II-
04 Intro
05 Mellow Mood
06 Ghost** >
07 Mist

Disc 3:

01 Pebbles and Marbles
02 You Enjoy Myself >
03 Chariots of Fire^
04 Loving Cup

Disc 4:

-Set III -
01 46 Days
02 Julius
03 Lizards

Disc 5:
01 Secret Smile
02 Run Like an Antelope^^
03"Audience"
04 Encore: Good Times Bad Times#

Comments:
* Trey said something to the effect of: "Hey, Kevin, there's a post-able version of 'Wilson.' Ladies and gentlemen, the Shortest 'Wilson' Ever! I'd like to dedicated that to our archivist, Kevin Shapiro... And now: the longest 'Bittersweet Motel' ever - I'm kidding!" Then the crowd started an enormous chant for 'Fluffhead.' After conferring with the band, Trey said, "Mike says no" - and the band launched into 'Mike's Song'

** with massive glowstick war

^ Phish played the song in the background as the winners from the '100th Running of the First Annual Runaway Jim 5K' were brought up on stage and announced by Trey with photos on the video screen (the women's second-place finisher was actually Trey's neighbor "from right down the road" and the men's winner, from nearby Presque Isle, had a time of 15min for the 5k)

^^ after the "downshift," Trey thanks the crew and the crowd; when the band returns to the song, they skip the "Rye rye rocco/Marco/Spike" lyrics section

# with fireworks behind the stage during the close of the song

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Re: Summer 2003 *The dishes are done, man*
« Reply #82 on: August 22, 2008, 10:03:11 AM »
Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead

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Re: Summer 2003 *The dishes are done, man*
« Reply #83 on: August 22, 2008, 03:13:33 PM »
thanks for the new shows/sources.. much appreciated  :clap:
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Re: Summer 2003 *The dishes are done, man*
« Reply #84 on: August 22, 2008, 05:53:57 PM »
Thanks again aug!  It's nice to have these archived. 
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Re: Summer 2003 *The dishes are done, man*
« Reply #85 on: October 11, 2008, 08:53:55 PM »
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any seeders on the camden shows or tower jam????? pleeeeeese?!

ill certainly keep them alive for the next guy!

yeaaaaah!

im so glad phish is coming back :banana: :banana: :banana: :banana:

ill be representing with the phellowship this time around, going bananas!