Last Week’s Sauce is a recurring column featuring recordings of shows that took place the previous week. Thanks to tgakidis for this week’s photo.
When I started writing this weekly feature, I had the goal of showcasing new bands each week that had not previously appeared on Last Week’s Sauce. Well that’s officially over. There were just too many HT favorites out on the road last week for me to continue that trend…
Artist & Title: The Disco Biscuits – Uber Glue > Sabre Dance
Date & Venue: 2009-05-30 – Red Rocks, Morrison CO
Taper & Show Download: Matt Quinn
The Disco Biscuits crossed a venue off their “to play” list this past weekend when they packed over 6000 fans into Red Rocks for an event they dubbed Bisco Inferno. This song combination features one of tDB’s newer instrumental compositions paired with an Aram Khachaturian’s composition from 1942 (an instrumental that had not been played by tDB in 5+ years). Sabre Dance has been used in many television shows, movies, etc…but the image it always conjures up in my mind is that of the 1985 flick Pee Wee’s Big Adventure. tDB play tonight in Providence.[audio:https://glidemag.wpengine.com/hiddentrack/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/tdbsauce.mp3]
READ ON for more entries from the likes of Phish and Umphrey’s McGee…
Love both bands, love one & hate the other, tolerate one & swear by the other, regardless of your allegiances there’s no denying the long history that Phish and the Dave Matthews Band share. Clearly the band members enjoy playing together as displayed by Dave’s choice of words and delivery of this quote that my friend Chris and I have always been huge fans of…
“It’s always a massive honor to come and share the stage with Trey Anastasio”. – Dave Matthews, 2/28/2001.
[Photo from Phish.com’s TMIPH]
The history between the two bands continues this weekend when DMB takes the stage for two shows at Fenway Park with Willie Nelson opening up both performances before Phish plays a Fenway show of their own on Sunday. Then, both bands head to the Big Apple early next week for Phish’s three shows at Jones Beach and DMB’s special intimate show at the Beacon Theatre on Monday celebrating the release of their new album Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King.
With that in mind, we’re taking this opportunity to look back with a special audio history detailing the numerous collaborations there have been between the two bands over the years…
1994-04-20 Virginia Horse Center, Lexington VA (Phish)
You Enjoy Myself (w/Dave Matthews Band)
READ ON to hear the rest of the DMB/Phish collaborations…
After months of rumor and speculation, it has become official – Phish will play Boston’s Fenway Park. Fenway held it’s first concerts in recent times in 2003, shortly after new