|Show||Phish 7-25-03 Verizon Wireless Ampitheater, Charlotte, NC|
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July 25, 2003
Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
AKG 480/ck61 > PS-2 > USBPre > Vaio PCG-SRX87 (16/44.1) > WaveLab 4.0 > CD Wave > mkwACT > .shn
Second row OTS, DFC / DIN / Mics up 9 feet
Mark Terry (email@example.com)
****** DO NOT ENCODE TO MP3 ******
Disc One - 78:05
01. Funky Bitch
02. Chalkdust Torture
03. Two Versions of Me
04. Bathtub Gin
05. Limb by Limb
06. Get Back on the Train
08. Golgi Apparatus
09. Character Zero
Disc Two - 36:51
01. Drowned >
02. Kung >
03. Twist >
04. Heavy Things
Disc Three - 60:06
Set Two Con't / Encore
01. Harry Hood >
02. David Bowie*
03. Star Spangled Banner^
*w/ Tweezer teases
Fades applied to the beginning and end of sets.
Compiled by Mark Terry 7/26/2003
|Last seeder||Last activity 59 days, 22:27:36 ago|
|Size||1.022 GB (1097389741 Bytes)|
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|Best show post-hiatus?
some more thanks on top of sgtstukov's
|"best show post-hiatus?"
|Better than 12-1-94? ;)
|this show was off the chain
|great show...but not better than burgettstown or greensboro in the battle for best post hiatus show. thanks for the seed...the whole second set blended together for me...in a good way, but i really need to hear this again.
|the word is spelled "Amphitheater" not ampitheater. You obviously just mispronounce it, so you spell it wrong
|the text files are made by the taper or whomever does the transfer, I just copy and paste so you're stuck with it ; )
|I actually pronounce it "AmPhitheater- maybe time for me to go back and finish up at Yale.
|Greensboro was great fun, but I say this shed show beats it. Burgettstown is a monster on record (missed it), but I'll buck the hype and go to bat for Charlotte.
PS I pronounce amphithater "Yastrzemski".
|And I spell it "Nietzche"
|i hear you sunrise...my biggest problem with this show has to be the encore. no match for the Gboro encore of 1st Tube, YEM>Proud Mary vocal jam. can't remember the encore in burgettstown, but the crosseyed & painless is so sick that it doesn't really matter.
|Fair enough--the Greensboro encore was a beauty and no mistake; compared to that this one's a little weak. And the jam out of Crosseyed at Burgettstown is great--almost as good as the evil jamming in the Drowned>Kung>Twist>Heavy Things--that transition is almost enough to make me like Heavy Things. And then a half hour Hood? Come on...
|sunrise...having listened to it again, i'd say that I need to bring this show up a notch in my rankings. i forgot how strong the gin and limbxlimb are in the first set. i still feel that the twist is a little bit sloppy on this show. no question that the huge hood & bowie that close the show make for strong arguments.
in the end i have to take the piper>2001>wolfman's>boogie on from the gboro show as the sickest string of songs post hiatus...but of course, i love the funk. you obviously dig the dark, evil shredding from this second set. more power to you, you make a good case.
|All good--what I really love is the long ones that cover lots of ground and never lag--like the Hood here ... and the evil, and the funk... there were a few years when I listened to way more Parliament than Phish. Good times.) This comment here turned into a discussion thread courtesy of disco, over at week4paug.net. Fun stuff, if this is interesting. Tip of hat to you, D Bang-
|"almost as good as the evil jamming in the Drowned>Kung>Twist>Heavy Things--that transition is almost enough to make me like Heavy Things."
please keep seeding just a bit, only 100mb left
|this show was a beast....
hood just goes off the deep end, like never before, or ever again afterwards.