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|Description||PHiSH - 7/12/96|
The Melkweg, Amsterdam, Netherlands
source: AKG 414 > DA-P1
transfer: Casio DA-R100 > M-Audio 24/96 via Coax SPDIF > Wavelab (fades, sample rate conversion) > CD-WAV > SHNv3
transfer by firstname.lastname@example.org on 12/18/2003
02. Divided Sky
04. Split Open & Melt
06. Funky Bitch
08. Theme from the Bottom
01. Tweezer >
03. It's Ice >
04. Prince Caspian
05. Mike's Song >
06. Run Like An Antelope
07. Purple Rain
08. Ska Groove
09. NICU >
10. Slave to the Traffic Light
11. Suzy Greenberg
01. Crowd Noise/soft jam
02. David Bowie >
04. Hello My Baby (no mics)
05. Bathtub Gin
06. Johnny B. Goode
Split Open & Melt featured a Landlady tease.
Trey announces that "Fog That Surrounds" is now known as "Taste".
Levels are a little hot at times in the first set, some clipping occurs.
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|Requested at week4paug, enjoy!
7-12-99 & 7-13-99 to follow tomorrow
|thanks a lot for the seed. ive heard very strong opinions on this show, looking forward to it. great woods 99 is great, with the 2nd night being my favorite of the tour (& ive heard the entire thing).
|I stayed far away from this one for the longest time because I heard absolutely nothing positive about it. Then I gave it a shot on a whim. It was not one of the *best* Phish shows I ever heard, but it was certainly one of the more *interesting* ones. They tried some things here that I never heard 'em do again.
|its funny, this setlist actually looks really good.
i first downloaded this show during the phase when all phish is amazing. take any show, even below average, and most of it is complete and total boner. not even peaks in the jam necessarily, but everything they play sounds incredible no matter what.
well, since i was in that phase, i actually thought this show sounded pretty good.
Reading the other comments I can't help but agree. I requested this show because my old tape is pretty much dead (got wet years go). This show is not clean or pretty or anything that defines the mind-blowing Phish we know and love. It's a novelty, but still a fun listen. I think it's pretty obvious what the band was doing in Amsterdam before the show.
|haha, sounds like my kind of show!
|Just to throw in a different opinion...
I, too, stayed away from this show for quite a while. Believe it or not, I wasn't that in to '96 ('97 and '98 are my thing). Story's the same - I gave it a listen on a whim. My take? Pretty much all of the songs are butchered, and I think they just give up partway through David Bowie and start the jam. The jam, however, is amazing - it might not be what you want to hear yourself, but it's an example of Phish being tighter than any euphemism could ever convey. The rest of the show (again, in my opinion) follows suit - the songs are ruined, half-assed, and ridiculous, but the playing and the jams are wonderful and tight. The greatest band ever, really loosened up, vibing off the audience, playing a show that was fun for everyone - and you can hear it in the music.
|I think the reviews averaged out to a consensus that they were playing absurdly baked, and that during the jam in Mike's Trey apparently forgot what song they were jamming--which is how it wound up in Antelope. Never heard the show myself, so I'm pulling it.
|was at this show...crazy night as expected. trey and the band came out before 2nd set with a bong and did some rips. It completely explains the show. Total comedy...the band and the audience were on the same wave. a lot of audience participation throughout!! great tour!
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