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10/19/91 The Catalyst - Santa Cruz, CA
I: The Landlady -> Suzy Greenberg, It's Ice, Runaway Jim, Foam,
Chalk Dust Torture -> Bouncing Around the Room, My Sweet One,
Stash, Golgi Apparatus
II: Llama, Bathtub Gin, Sparkle, Tweezer -> Horn, Poor Heart,
You Enjoy Myself, Oh Kee Pa Ceremony -> HYHU -> Terrapin -> HYHU,
E: Good Times Bad Times
Source: DSBD > CD-R (SHN > WAV > CoolEdit 2000 > CDWAV > SHN)*
Disc 1 (71:28)
01. The Landlady (03:47)
02. Suzy Greenberg (05:23)
03. It's Ice (08:13)
04. Runaway Jim (07:41)
05. Foam (08:49)
06. Chalk Dust Torture (05:57)
07. Bouncing Around the Room (03:35)
08. My Sweet One (03:12)
09. Stash (08:43)
10. Golgi Apparatus (04:52)
11. Llama (04:03)
12. Bathtub Gin (07:13)
Disc 2 (65:30)
SET II (cont.):
01. Sparkle (03:56)
02. Tweezer (10:40)
03. Horn (03:48)
04. Poor Heart (03:09)
05. You Enjoy Myself (17:49)
06. Oh Kee Pa Ceremony (01:41)
07. HYHU -> Terrapin -> HYHU (07:55)
08. Harry Hood (11:40)
09. Good Times Bad Times (04:52)
*the original .shns (source was listed as "DSBD --> Dat (that's
all I know) Sound great!!!") were not split on sector boundaries
(only disc 1). I took the original .shns, decompressed them, put
the .wavs back together in CoolEdit, and then cut them up
correctly in CDWAV. Disc 2 was redone as well, just for the sake
of splitting up a couple of tracks that weren't split on the
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|Size||775.35 MB (813009821 Bytes)|
|Num files||26 files|
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Does anyone know if 09-27-1991 ever surfaced? I remember there was a reason it wasnt seeded in order, but I dont know if it ever actually got seeded. Thanks again.
|Good question about 9-27....I don't know why we skipped it.....That one is kinda "iffy" as far as circulation goes, maybe the initial seeders didn't have a copy......I know I've got a few (3 or 4) sources for that show.....I've still yet to inquire about it, but I'll make sure to do so today.....
10/19/91 Catalyst, Santa Cruz, CA (David Konerding)
Wow... I mean, wow! I'd never heard Phish before the show on the
19th, purposefully, so that I could enjoy the Phish live experience with
no preconceptions of their music. All I expected was "killer jams" and an
"intense crowd".I Got both! From the *moment* they took the stage to the
moment they left, everybody I saw at the Catalyst was bouncing, dancing,
grinning and laughing (and hugging in between songs). From avantage point
ten feet from the stage directly between Trey and Mike, I could see the
people who were obviously the biggest fans: some folks who tour with Phish
(I don't know what to call them) who the band *knew* personally and sang
to. They were definitely stoked, as were the rest of the people in the
I've never ever seen a more intense show in my life! I've never
heard jams so good or watched a light show so well orchestrated. I've
seen the Dead (who many people compare Phish to, for some
reason) and basically, the Dead (who I used to worship, but three days
ago) look like six old guys who can play a little compared to Phish. I
cannot express *how good* this show was; good enough that I'll be seeing
them every time they're within a hundred miles of me. I can't possibly
describe the show, because my memory of the event is mostly of happy
emotions and not of specific events. I do remember clearly Trey's head
bobbing (it NEVER stopped) and thinking that Mike looked like Sylvester
Stallone, with absolutely no interest on his face for most of the show.
Cameron looked pretty bored and I couldn't figure out if Trey was just
joking around with him on stage or if he was angry at him (later Cameron
was carried around the floor, which tripped some folks out!).
Nevertheless, Trey just *spaced* on everything but the music. he
and the keyboardist have some sort of telepathic link, and Mike and the
drummer also have some sort of link. Somewhere in the second set, Mike
and the drummer were lit up in yellow, and Trey and the keyboardist were
lit up in red, and the red folks were playing their own jam while the
yellow folks played theirs- while over a period of a minute they quickly
turned the two jams into ONE! That *blew me away*! Music like this, I
think, has never been seen before but now that Phish has shown it can be
done other groups are going to struggle to catch up. I like the crowd,
the band, the music, everything. Easily the best show I've ever seen. I
can't wait til they're around here again!
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