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General Topic Discussion / Re: Trey at the Beacon Streams
« Last post by PIE-GUY on December 01, 2020, 08:40:01 AM »
Sounds like he laid down a loop...

but it doesn't sound like that at all. It is a guitar line that last as long as his solo and keeps changing. It's definitely not a loop. I'm telling you! Listen closely. It was pre-recorded. HAD TO BE!
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On PHISH Tour / Re: December '95
« Last post by rowjimmy on December 01, 2020, 08:39:06 AM »
This show rules your face.

I was there and oh, man. Football in the stadium across the parking lot. The scent of cheap chocolate in the air. A nice small room. What a vibe.
We were low on Page side.
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General Topic Discussion / Re: Trey at the Beacon Streams
« Last post by rowjimmy on December 01, 2020, 08:16:50 AM »
Sounds like he laid down a loop...
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General Topic Discussion / Re: Trey at the Beacon Streams
« Last post by PIE-GUY on December 01, 2020, 07:42:40 AM »
This is driving me a little crazy - but I think I've figured it out. There is a some pre-recorded Trey guitar in the last few minutes of this P&M and it kinda shreds. But nobody is playing that sound live. I thought at first it was Ray on some keyboard but he's solidly on the B3, so nope. Then it starts shredding and it's definitely Trey, but he's playing live with a really clean tone and the shredding is distorted as hell. A little trickery, if you ask me.

3.  u sure, pg?  i have a hard time believing trey would throw in anything prerecorded.  did he loop it right as he picked up the electric?  can you send a specific time when you hear it loud and clear?

I start hearing it between 6 and 7 minutes in. But it's really obvious at 7:20-7:35 because Trey is playing much higher and this background guitar is shredding much lower and more distorted. It's a rocking guitar line... and nobody on that stage appears to be playing it. It sounds like signature Trey licks, too.
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On PHISH Tour / Re: December '95
« Last post by anthrax on December 01, 2020, 07:38:57 AM »
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PHISH, FRIDAY 12/01/1995
HERSHEYPARK ARENA
Hershey, PA
Soundcheck: Buried Alive > Down with Disease, Dog Log, Funky Bitch (half-speed)

SET 1: Buried Alive > Down with Disease > Theme From the Bottom, Poor Heart, Wolfman's Brother[1] > Chalk Dust Torture, Colonel Forbin's Ascent > Fly Famous Mockingbird[2], Stash, Cavern

SET 2: Halley's Comet > Mike's Song -> Weekapaug Groove, The Mango Song > Wilson > Suspicious Minds > Hold Your Head Up, David Bowie -> Catapult[3] -> David Bowie[4]

ENCORE: Suzy Greenberg

[1] Trey flubbed lyrics and remarked that, since he likes them so much, he would sing them again.
[2] Narration referenced chocolate and the rhombus.
[3] Started over David Bowie hi-hat intro.
[4] Homer Simpson quotes ("mmmm... chocolate") and Simpsons signal.

Trey flubbed the lyrics to Wolfman?s Brother and remarked that, since he likes them so much, he would sing them again. The narration during Mockingbird referenced chocolate and the rhombus. Weekapaug was played in a different key. Catapult started over the Bowie hi-hat intro, which also featured quotes of Homer Simpson (?mmmm... chocolate?) and a Simpsons signal.  This was the first time ever that Mike?s and Weekapaug were played without anything in between them. This show is available as an archival release on LivePhish.com.

here we go!  come for the mike's.  stay for the chocolate.
sold out show in..Hershey of all places.  i don't know much about this town, but it just goes to show you phish could draw just about anywhere in the NE at that time, no doubt surprising promoters and venue owners all over the place.
first time they'd play Hershey, so they had to have a little fun with the chocolate theme.  8,500 people at $20 each, making it a "smallish" arena for the band in the NE at that time.  first ever mike's directly into paug!



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General Topic Discussion / Re: Jimi Hendrix Thread
« Last post by mopper_smurf on December 01, 2020, 02:43:55 AM »


That is so good.  Played it a few times and really enjoyed.  The video going around is amazing too.  Looks like there are 350 people there tops.  Odd that almost everyone is sitting and there is like 15 people up and jamming to it, but whatever.  Looks amazing. Sounds great too.

Yeah, especially during the first show. Crowd was riding high on illegal stimulants obviously. The documentary takes it sweet time to get to the point, especially the Chuck Wein at the Factory segment is a bit long in the tooth.
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On PHISH Tour / Re: December '95
« Last post by anthrax on November 30, 2020, 08:22:07 PM »
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PHISH, THURSDAY 11/30/1995
ERVIN J. NUTTER CENTER, WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY
Dayton, OH
Soundcheck: Dog Log, Poor Heart, work on Run Like an Antelope

SET 1: Sample in a Jar > The Curtain > Ha Ha Ha > Julius, NICU > Bathtub Gin, Rift > Fast Enough for You > The Lizards, Fire

SET 2: Cars Trucks Buses > Tweezer -> Makisupa Policeman > Run Like an Antelope > Scent of a Mule, Free, Strange Design, Amazing Grace

ENCORE: Harry Hood

jammed out to this beauty to get ready for the upcoming run.  this tweezer crushes.  this is gonna be a lovely couple of weeks!
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General Topic Discussion / Re: Trey at the Beacon Streams
« Last post by anthrax on November 30, 2020, 08:18:59 PM »
^^^
1.  that tune is so amazing!
2.  quarantine has been good to chainsaw
3.  u sure, pg?  i have a hard time believing trey would throw in anything prerecorded.  did he loop it right as he picked up the electric?  can you send a specific time when you hear it loud and clear?
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Entertainment / Re: Moving to Music
« Last post by Marmar on November 30, 2020, 07:57:54 PM »
and this guy flows well.....

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Entertainment / Re: Moving to Music
« Last post by Marmar on November 30, 2020, 07:55:43 PM »
and this dude is sick....

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