|Show||PHISH - Sept. 18, 2000 - Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH ***NEW SOURCE IN CIRC.***|
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Blossom Music Center
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
September 18, 2000
Source: Neumann KM-184's > Sound Devices MP-2 > Graham-Patten ADC-20 > DAT(c)
Transfer: DAT(c) > Sony PCM-R500 > SPDIF > Tascam HD-P2 > CDWave > FLAC
DAT(c) provided by Gordon Wilson
Transfer by Terry Watts
2. Sparkle >
6. MMGAMOIO >
7. Sample >
9. Sleep >
1. Boogie On Reggae Woman >
5. e: Axilla >
6. e: Taste
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|I thought this one was a mislabeled clone of this one: http://db.etree.org/shn/122174 but the wavform is slightly different...
|This was a weird show for me, capped with Jesse Jarnow handing out disco biscuits flyers and us gettin lost in the huge blossom lot.
|I just added this to the etree database:
I think this is the controversial show where Trey left the stage while the band was still playing Halleys. Probably had to piss bad.
Is this the best Halley's ever played?
|Metawhy, yes! This is that show.
There was also a tripped out kid on the roof of the pavilion in the second set as well. We were on the lawn, it was crazy.
Strange show and night.
I'm assuming you have heard 12/7/99 Halleys? That one is my favorite.
|Agreed on this being a top tiered Halley's.
I remember being in SF post 10/7/00 and having a DAT of the Blossom 9/18/00 show with me for a friend who was a very seasoned phan.
He stepped out of the room for 10-20 minutes to take a call and the DAT kept playing into the middle of Halley's when he returned while the song had entered very Type II territory. He walked in the room and listened for 2 minutes looking a bit befuddled and turned to me and said - "What the hell is this?" I told him it was a Halley's jam and I will always remember the huge smile when he responded "Nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
when all song structure is lost I am very happy
|I remember Trey leaving the stage and the rest of the band seemed to jam for a minute or two, then just stopped and left the stage. Truly an odd scene....
|meta: sure, I have.
I ask because every once in awhile I'll read/be told this is the best ever played, and those folks are quite passionate about it (it also tends to be a top pick regardless of whether people were there or not which speaks volumes). I can't say I disagree with them, but Halley's is a song where I'm happy to have a half dozen versions at the ready rather than whittling it down to one.
Just wanted to check the pulse in the room.
|We had 10th row and saw whatever that was on stage go down...
What is most important is that Trey was feeling something during that Halley's that caused him to emote and fuel some fire in this Halley's.
A fiery Halley's.
|OK, I'm going to listen to this Halley's right now. I love some type II action!
|11-11-98 Halley's is great.
|11-22-97 Halley's deserves a mention too, IMO.
|I'm pulling this down now. It's been, at least, a few years since I've listened to this show. I can't wait to dig into the Halley's. I remember Boogie being strong too. On the flip side, that's one rough run of songs to end the first set. yowser.