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Re: Live Bait Vol. 10
« Reply #30 on: June 24, 2014, 08:49:59 AM »
No love for the connection?

 :-P

You know, I think I've managed to entirely avoid listening to The Connection since Undermind came out.
I think I also thought it and Crowd Control were the same song.  :|
It isn't really that shitty a song, now that I'm hearing it again.
Not that it belongs on a Live Bait release though...
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Re: Live Bait Vol. 10
« Reply #31 on: June 24, 2014, 09:17:37 AM »
No love for the connection?

 :-P

You know, I think I've managed to entirely avoid listening to The Connection since Undermind came out.
I think I also thought it and Crowd Control were the same song.  :|
It isn't really that shitty a song, now that I'm hearing it again.
Not that it belongs on a Live Bait release though...

as mehead knows I'm a big fan of The Connection:)  I do recall Fish speaking about it in the doc/dvd that came with Undermind back in '04(wow another 10 years...).  He said something about how cool of a song it was and how lucky he felt about being part of this stage of Trey's evolution as a guitarist and song writer.  I like the 19June09 version over this one, still cool to see it on here.

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Re: Live Bait Vol. 10
« Reply #32 on: June 24, 2014, 10:42:27 AM »
No love for the connection?

 :-P

You know, I think I've managed to entirely avoid listening to The Connection since Undermind came out.
I think I also thought it and Crowd Control were the same song.  :|
It isn't really that shitty a song, now that I'm hearing it again.
Not that it belongs on a Live Bait release though...

as mehead knows I'm a big fan of The Connection:)  I do recall Fish speaking about it in the doc/dvd that came with Undermind back in '04(wow another 10 years...).  He said something about how cool of a song it was and how lucky he felt about being part of this stage of Trey's evolution as a guitarist and song writer.  I like the 19June09 version over this one, still cool to see it on here.

That. Perfect phrasing from Trey in that version.

Also, nice Page gets a little space on this version of Connection, I'd forgotten about that.
Listened to alot of this at the gym today, really liked the Stash, the golden age of that song for me, and that SPAC show is the shit, could be an archival release of its own. Does anyone notice a significant drop in audio quality between this Stash and the other songs?
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I also think they should stop dicking around and just release the ATL 99/00 shows as a box set. Songs from those shows pop up consistently in these releases and the FTA's, I think they would sell well.
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Re: Live Bait Vol. 10
« Reply #33 on: June 24, 2014, 11:16:07 AM »
I also think they should stop dicking around and just release the ATL 99/00 shows as a box set. Songs from those shows pop up consistently in these releases and the FTA's, I think they would sell well.

Yessir. Would buy for the 6/24/00 Tweezer alone.
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Re: Live Bait Vol. 10
« Reply #34 on: June 24, 2014, 11:16:46 AM »
Yeah, same with the MPP '00 show. 
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Re: Live Bait Vol. 10
« Reply #35 on: June 24, 2014, 01:10:05 PM »
Man, I love this Tweezer.  Totally forgot I actually have three Soundcloud accounts. Shared it on the interwebs,

http://werksman.blogspot.nl/2014/06/phish-live-bait-vol-10.html

Thanks...this enabled me to give it a listen on my morning commute today.  Hearing the soundboard made me realize how much I miss 95  :phish:
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Re: Live Bait Vol. 10
« Reply #36 on: June 24, 2014, 01:48:45 PM »
This Tweezer is the real deal. Serious business.

I've got footage of that Tweezer.....here is a copy from YouTube....

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