The Daily Soundcheck Episode #27-03/28/1993 East Gym, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA

The leader in the clubhouse for my favorite soundcheck so far! “The Wedge Jam” is barely the wedge and more a super cool groove. The “Dog Log” that follows is unlike any other. A 16 minute jam that is centered around the Beverly Hills Cop Theme or “Axel F”. Do NOT miss this Soundcheck!     

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The Daily Soundcheck Episode #26-03/19/1993 The Greek Theatre, Redlands, California

It is time to get the Led out!!!! This soundcheck is some serious Zeppelin! “Dog Log” morphs into “Heartbreaker” and then Trey kicks off “Misty Mountain Hop”. ” Bang a Gong” is played for the first time ever and finishes off the soundcheck. I have included one of the most unique “Weekapaug Groove” ever for some bonus. Enjoy!  

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The Daily Soundcheck Episode #25-03/14/1993 Paul Wright Gym, Western State College, Gunnison, CO

Episode 25!!!!! This show takes place in highest gymnasium in the world! “Loving Cup”, gets followed up by “Tales of Brave Ulysses->Sunshine of Your Love” and finishes with “Lifeboy”. I have included as the kids say a “dank” “Stash” that gets dark and then rips.  

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The Daily Soundcheck Episode #24-02/22/1993 The Moon, Tallahassee, FL

One of the most fun and unique soundchecks takes place in episode 24! “Guy Forget”!!!! A full run through and jam! After that the first time Phish ever tried to play “Nellie Kane”! “Sample in a Jar” finishes things off. This is Phish history people! I have also included “Guelah Papyrus>Secret Language Instructions>Guelah Papyrus” where Trey tries to teach the Florida noobs.

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The Daily Soundcheck Episode #22-02/18/1993 Electric Ballroom, Knoxville, TN

Episodes 22 features the famous Electric Ballroom show where someone spilled beer on the soundboard and fried it. The soundcheck is all over with “Shaggy Dog”, an excellent “Quinn The Eskimo” with a jam, a bunch of banter about a bet, and “Sample in a Jar”. I have included the moment the beer hits the soundboard during “Mound” and a Trey work of art during “Foam”

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The Daily Soundcheck Episode #21-02/17/1993 Benton Convention Center, Winston-Salem, NC

Ever wanted to hear a reggae-blues Marley infused “Dog Log”? Well in episode 21, Phish makes your dreams come true. After a 9 min “Dog Log”, there is “Sample in Jar” in a very raw form and a couple of takes on “My Friend, My Friend” with Trey on acoustic guitar. Fun stuff!

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Recording by John Moore and seeded by Kevin Shapiro

The Daily Soundcheck Episode #20-12/13/1992 Le Spectrum, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

 

In Episode 20, I talk about the sad state of the Le spectrum Theatre being demolished, before I play you the hilarious soundcheck. The soundcheck is “Dog Log>Jam” which has the band talking about The White House Lawn, Watergate, and Richard Nixon. All with a good groove underneath. Also included is a bonus “David Bowie” which as sick “Tweezer Reprise” type jam.  Recording by Pete Shapiro

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The Daily Soundcheck Episode #19-12/05/1992 The Vic Theatre, Chicago, IL

Episode 19 features a seriously diverse soundcheck. “The Wedge Jam” starts things off with a super cool groove. “My Mind’s Got a Mind of its Own” with another short jam is next. After that “Jam” (or really the “Roll Away Brad Jam” is a real treat. Goofiness yet still great jamming. “My Sweet One” and “Dog Log” close things outs. A great all around soundcheck!

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The Daily Soundcheck Episode #18-04/07/1992 Fine Arts Auditorium, Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO

Episode 18 brings us into the wonderful world of 1992 bass recordings. This extremely Mike heavy recording features a super cool soundceck of “NICU” with some reggae roots. The bonus track is an absolutely annihilated 8 min version of “Split Open and Melt”. Let Mike guide you before this thing melts your face off.

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