We’ve twice discussed the unexpected gifts that some of our favorite musicians are proffering for Christmas, and now we can add Phil Lesh’s name to the growing list: The best bomb-dropper outside the U.S. military kicked down seven soundboards from his 10-night stand at the Nokia Theatre in New York. Ten crazy nights, like a Baker’s Hannukah.
Go unwrap those presents after you check out the week that was at Hidden Track…
- Glide Magazine publishes its Best of 2007: Artists’ Perspective
- Live Phish celebrates five years of quick-as-shit soundboard downloads
- Something Something Soulshine: Xmas Jam goes off without a hitch
- Long live jazz fusion: Return To Forever returns to the present
- The Police reunion generates only a quarter-billion dollars in revenue
- No flies on Shakey as Neil Young comes back to New York
- Self-promotion wins the day — Hey, my name’s elsewhere!
- Ever see Jimmy Herring as a quick-fingered 23-year-old? Yahtzee.
- American Babies throw down Abbey Road and run for 8th Grade Treasurer
- So, hey, what are you doing on New Year’s Eve this year?
- And don’t forget to cup the balls with these downloads: Grousing The Aisles, MP3 Boot Camp, Stormy Mondays and the Friday Mix Tape
phil is a better bomb dropper than the us military. it’s all about quality not quantity.