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Grousing The Aisles: A Taste of Fall ’95 Phish

Phish – 10/11/1995 DAUD [FLACs, VBR Properly Tagged MP3s] Fourteen years ago yesterday, Phish played perhaps their finest show in Arizona at the now defunct Compton Terrace. Phoenix’s Compton Terrace

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Last Week’s Sauce: September 27 – October 4

Last Week’s Sauce is a recurring column featuring recordings of shows from the previous week. Thanks to taperj for this week’s photo.


Artist & Title: Bonerama – Whipping Post
Date & Venue: 2009-10-03 The Rex Theater, Pittsburgh PA
Taper & Show Download: tonedeaf

In case you missed it, last month we featured a great interview with Mark Mullins of Bonerama. Bonerama plays tonight at Main Pub in Manchester, CT.


READ ON to hear three tracks from the recent Thom Yorke shows

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Trey and Page Talk Allman Brothers Band

During the setbreak of last Thursday night’s Allman Brothers Band show at New York City’s Beacon Theatre, Page McConnell and Trey Anastasio of Phish spoke with the Moogis production team

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A Phishy Night For The Allman Brothers Band

The Allman Brothers Band took things to the next level tonight both by themselves and with special guests keyboardist Page McConnell and axemen Buddy Guy and Trey Anastasio at the third show of their 40th Anniversary run at the Beacon Theatre in New York City. ABB guitarists Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes both were up to the task of dueling with their extremely talented guests and the crowd ate up every moment of it.

[Moogis Screenshots]

I’ve been following the run on Moogis so far and tonight was the first show of the run I caught in person. Boy, did I pick the right night to show up at the Beacon. It was clear the Trey and Page rumors I’ve been hearing for weeks were about to come true when I entered the newly renovated theater to see Anastasio’s wooden cabinet set up next to bassist Oteil Burbridge’s rig. As amazing as the Phish member’s sit-ins were, this show would still be my favorite ABB show I’ve seen without a sniff of our boys.

This third show started the same way the first show of the run started off on Monday; Derek and Warren nailed Duane Allman’s beautiful instrumental – Little Martha. The rest of the band shuffled out afterwards and ran through a number of their more bluesy numbers before welcoming Chicago blues legend Buddy Guy to the stage for a nasty cover of Elmore James’ The Sky Is Crying. Trucks was beaming as he dueled with Guy – one of his influences – through a number of call and response segments.

READ ON for the rest of Scotty’s ABB at the Beacon review…

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