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From Phish.Com News - Mike Gordon in Starksboro|
Mike joined mandolinist Jamie Masefield and guitarist Doug Perkins for a benefit performance this past Saturday, January 18, at the Village Meeting House in rural Starksboro, Vermont. The show was the trio's second benefit at the Meeting House. The first show, in January of 2000, allowed the Meeting House to buy a furnace. "There was much warmth," Mike said of this year's gig. The two-set show included a variety of jazz and bluegrass standards, including "Bewitched", "Doin' My Time", "Devil's Dream", plus some of Jamie and Doug's originals.
Some notes on the gig from Mike:
Phish played "All of these Dreams" on David Letterman on 12/19|
Phish appeared on Saturday Night Live on December 14th. |
Jon Fishman joined Jazz Mandolin Project (a group with which he occasionally tours as drummer) for the encore of their show on 12/6 at Higher Ground in Winooski, Vermont. Fish and JMP played a rendition of Black Sabbath's "War Pigs."
Page McConnell sat in with Cyro Baptista & Beat the Donkey on 12/5 at Higher Ground in Winsooki, VT during the second set along with Dave Grippo and Jennifer Hartswick.
Mike Gordon sat in with Leftover Salmon on 12/4 at Higher Ground in Winooski, VT for the second set which included "Rivers Rising," which segued into a bass duel with Leftover's Greg Garrison. Mike remained for Bill Monroe's "Rocky Road Blues" and the Rolling Stones' "Let It Bleed".
New Phish Studio Album: Round Room|
What started as rehearsals for the upcoming and hotly anticipated Phish New Year's Run quickly progressed into a full-blown recording session, the results of which are distilled onto a new studio release, Round Room. Recorded in four days in October by producer Bryce Goggin, the album ripples with raw, vital energy and features a healthy dose of the band's trademark improvisational style. In total, the album's twelve tracks clock in at over seventy minutes.
Trey & Mike at the Jammys.
Mike performed with Leo Kotke, Trey performed with Jon Scofield & The Allman Brothers.|
The evening culminated with a huge jam featuring Bob Weir & Ratdog, Trey, Mike, Warren Waynes, Al Schnier, DJ Logic, John Popper, Matt Abts, Fuzz, Robert Randolph, Skerik, Jessica Lurie, Hope Clayburn & many many many many others.
Trey Anastasio Band won for tour & album of the year. Phish won best archival album: 11/17/97
Trey sat in with moe. for their late night set at B.B. King Blues Club afterwards.
For more Jammy coverage, visit jammys.com, Relix.com or Jambands.com
New Years Tickets: What were you saying at 10:15am EST Friday morning?
WOOHOO! 1224 (11.63%)
Which Hampton shows did you get tickets for via Ticketmaster?
January 2nd 810 (10.80%)
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Mail order notices have started to come back. Which shows did you get tickets for? Or not?
12/31 MSG: 1191 (11.37%)
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What song do you think Phish will open with on New Years Eve?|
1. Chalkdust Torture
2. You Enjoy Myself
3. Punch you In The Eye
4. The Boys Are Back In Town
8. Down with Disease
9. Get Back on the Train
10. Destiny Unbound
What band have you become most interested in during the Phish hiatus?|
Live Phish 13-16 Out On October 29|
PHISH will release the next four volumes of their LIVE PHISH series on October 29. "Live Phish", Volumes 13-16 will feature four of their legendary Halloween concerts. At each of these four shows, the band donned a "musical costume," covering a classic album as the middle set of a three-set show. The shows, from 1994, 1995, 1996, and 1998, feature Phish covering The Beatles' "White Album", The Who's "Quadrophenia", Talking Heads' "Remain in Light", and The Velvet Underground's "Loaded" respectively. Each release is a 4-disc set -- the 1998 release includes a bonus disc featuring material from the previous evening.
Phish Dry Goods is now taking preorders for Volumes 13-16. We plan to begin shipping mid-October and orders should arrive at your door before they go on sale in stores on October 29. Although we cannot guarantee delivery before the release date, we will do everything possible to get orders to people before then. Also available is a new batch of Live Phish merch, including a new limited edition Pollock poster and a reprint of Pollock's classic 1995 Halloween poster. Click Here to Pre-Order
CONTEST ALERT: Preorder ALL four LIVE PHISH releases and be eligible to be one of FOUR winners who'll receive two tickets to the Phish Holiday Tour 2002 show of their choice. Winners will be selected at random for all orders placed from Phish Dry Goods before October 29. Tickets will NOT be transferable.
Full Concert DVD To Be Released on Nov. 12
PHISH will release their first-ever live concert DVD, "PHISH: LIVE IN VEGAS" on November 12. Recorded on September 30, 2000 at Las Vegas' Thomas & Mack Center, the DVD includes the entire show in both stereo and 5.1 Dolby Surround Sound. The DVD also includes bonus performance footage from another show and an extensive photo gallery.
The DVD is also available for pre-order from Phish Dry Goods before it hits the streets on November 12. Click Here to Pre-Order
Fish Picks Zappa
Rykodisc has announced a new series of special one-disc Frank Zappa compilations, each individually prepared by active rockers who are themselves Zappa fanatics. The first two releases have been compiled by Jon Fishman of Phish and Larry LaLonde of Primus.
The releases are essentially "mix tapes" that reflect Jon and Larry's individual tastes, and include personal reminiscences in the form of liner notes written by each compiler. Intended for Phish and Primus fans who know about Zappa but are daunted by the size of the catalog, these discs are also revelations for long-time fans, who may never have listened to "Dumb All Over" back-to-back with "Alien Orifice."
Says Fishman: "It is safe to say that the work of Frank Zappa, his music primarily, but also his humor, politics, social commentary...all of it...has not just been a fundamental influence on me, but is actually more like part of my metabolism."
Fishman's picks are:
For general information about the Zappa Picks series, see: http://www.rykodisc.com/RykoInternal/Latest/latest04.html
For specifics about Fishman's disc, including pre-ordering, see: http://www.rykodisc.com/Catalog/dump/rykoalbums_1271.asp
Divided Sky, Guyute, You Enjoy Myself & The Squirming Coil have all been heard on The Weather Channel.
Trey on Harvey Album: Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio is one of many guest musicians on James Harvey's new, limited-edition album "Grateful". Harvey is well-known to Phish fans for sitting in on trombone at the band's live shows, and also for playing in Trey's "Surrender to the Air" project. Other familar names among the special guests on "Grateful" include Stacy Starkweather, Dave Grippo, and Peter Apfelbaum. For complete information, including clips from the album, see http://www.jamesharvey.org/
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