Trey Anastasio: TAB 06/23/2002 Playlist [VQ: A, AQ: A+, Pro-Shot]
Sand (Pt. 1 and Pt. 2), Last Tube (Pt. 1 and Pt. 2), MLC, Drifting, Cayman Review, Mozambique, Alive Again, Speech, Wilson, Bathtub Gin, Mr. Completely (Pt. 1 and Pt. 2), Night Speaks To A Woman (Pt. 1, Pt. 2 and Pt. 3)
As promised we’re following up yesterday’s posting of the definitive recording of the first Phish Bonnaroo From The Archives broadcast with the release of the same quality files for the second broadcast. For more details and a complete track list head over to Hidden Track.
The second Bonnaroo From The Archives broadcast featured a wealth of gems that span from 1985 to 1999 including an exploratory version of 2001 from September 29, 1999, a rare Mike Gordon demo from 1993 and a wild Run Like An Antelope from October 24, 1995. All of these tracks come from a source marked as “Pre-FM” meaning that the broadcast was recorded before the signal went out over the air as opposed to the webcast-rips that previously circulated. In other words, it doesn’t get higher quality than these files.
We’re honored to share this unbelievably crisp recording of last June’s Bonnaroo From The Archives broadcasts. Today, we’ve got the Pre-FM files from the first broadcast. Stay tuned for files from the second broadcast. For more details and a complete track listing head over to Hidden Track.
This afternoon you’ll finally get to hear gems such as the famed Radio City Ghost, After Midnight from Big Cypress and the St. Louis ’94 Tweezer the way they were meant to be heard. These files are the real deal and while info on source is limited to “Pre-FM”, rest assured you won’t find a better recording of the Bonnaroo FTA shows. Today, YEMblog has posted links to file sets featuring the V0 MP3s, AACs and FLACs of the June 12, 2009 From The Archives broadcast for your listening pleasure with a promise of the second broadcast to come later this week.
Phish bassist Mike Gordon says the previous night’s Springsteen show was the first Boss performance he had seen outside a couple of songs at the Pete Seeger 90th Birthday Party last month. He now says he sees why Springsteen is so highly regarded. “It’s great to know that it’s not all hype or anything, there’s such a solid musician and songsmith standing there, and then to be so nice and such a gentleman at the same time,” Gordon says.
“What really blew me away was when we were in the practice room playing one of his songs and he strolled on in,” Gordon continues. “We had planned to practice with him, and he started kind of dancing to one of his songs we were playing. When he walked in, his guitar playing and his singing and his presence, it became clear to me why he became a megastar. Because he instantly brought this sense of melody and just bold statements out of his singing and guitar playing, it was undeniably great. It was a real joy to play with him.”