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    Booche got a reaction from Davey Boy 2.0 in Sens Fans Forum 2014   
    Predicting a ton of this from Sennies fans
     

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    Booche got a reaction from Esau. in New Grateful Dead SBDs?   
    "The "no-brainer" download of the century."
     
    http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=579267
     
    http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=579268
     
    http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=579269
     
    http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=579274
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    Booche reacted to SaggyBalls in Epic Covers   
    The fun starts around 1:10
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    Booche got a reaction from Northern Wish in Vote for Chatham!!!   
    I figured this would be a poll for Sketchiest Skancs.
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    Booche got a reaction from bouche in RBC Bluesfest 2015 lineup   
    Picking days to attend a festival you will never attend? Heck, I hear you bro. M'lday is always giving me the gears for daydreaming:
     

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    Booche reacted to Jay Funk Dawg in Fri Nov 28th The Lizards (Phish Tribute) at The Mod Club   
    Guitarist Rich kills the solo on this version of Chalkdust Torture... you can tell they've done their homework as musicians and Phish lovers.
     

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    Booche got a reaction from Jaimoe in Osheaga Festival, Montreal, Jul 31st-Aug 2nd   
    Low Roller is simply excited because some ponce from Radiohead is on the bill.
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    Booche got a reaction from Jaimoe in How did you spend Phil's 75th bday?   
    I put this 75th Bday show upon arriving home after work this evening.
     
    I was sold on Eric Krasno during Althea. He and Warren are fantastic together. There was a bit during the first set during some jam that Warren Haynes was perfectly teasing Terrapin Station. Right off the bat this first set suggests a wicked time to come.
     
    By the way Jaimoe, it's the Allman's End Of The Line.
     
     
    Perfect fun
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    Booche got a reaction from PassedOutGuy in How did you spend Phil's 75th bday?   
    The read of last night's first set is positively superb. Love love love! Those are some of my favorite songs yet ended up getting shelved for whatever reason. Dupree's, Doin' That Rag, Cosmic Charlie and Here Comes Sunshine all within the same set. That's fucking wonderful!
     
    and whenever I read Viola Lee Blues in a set the blood rushes from my brain = awesome.....that 2nd set looks amazing. I love that Warren will throw a Just A Little Light down inside a set that began with Dear Mr Fantasy #BrentMydlandnod
     
    I'm so happy you guys caught these shows.
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    Booche reacted to Northern Wish in Ryan Adams - Live at Carnegie Hall Box Set   
    The venue.
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    Booche got a reaction from bouche in What's going on with Plants and Animals?   
    I once heard that each member left the band to work on their own projects.
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    Booche got a reaction from AD in Barr Bros Anyone....   
    coughTheBarrBroscough
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    Booche got a reaction from Davey Boy 2.0 in Barr Bros Anyone....   
    coughTheBarrBroscough
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    Booche got a reaction from Davey Boy 2.0 in Live long and prosper   
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    Booche got a reaction from Esau. in Do you enjoy collecting Phish shows?   
    If so, this is a MUST DOWNLOAD
     
    Perhaps it doesnt have the cache it did back in the days when we traded tapes but this one got me a lot of shit. "You have the Third Ball?" was something I read in a letter/email I read as a reply a number of times. Every Phish fan I was trading with axed for it. Many of you Phish fanatic affeciendos have probably listened to this show by now but if you havent I think this one is a great representation of a particularly cool moment in their history. Rather than spread the rumours I had heard when I had a copy on tape, I will copy and paste what is written within the comment section of said show http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=578335
     
    "After finishing most of the rough tracks for their album Billy Breathes in early spring (see TMIPH February 1996 and TMIPH April 1996), Phish returned to Bearsville Studios in May to complete the album. By June, most of the songs for Billy Breathes were tracked and ready for overdubbing and mixing. At Bearsville, the band, Producer Steve Lillywhite, Engineer John Siket and assistant Chris Laidlaw put the polish on their new work.

    About that time, Phish decided to play a stealth show at Joyous Lake in Woodstock, near Bearsville. Apparently it is somewhat of a tradition for groups recording at Bearsville to grace the small club with a concert following their work at the studio. The concert was announced on the day of the show, June 6th, with Phish donning the moniker “Third Ball” for the event. The performance at Joyous Lake was small and low-key with the band playing on gear brought from the studio and using the club’s sound system. Chris Kuroda ran the club’s low-fi lighting rig and Paul Languedoc manned the front-of-house mix. In keeping with the relaxed atmosphere of the evening, Paul provided soundboard patches to the few tapers who brought recording gear. New monitor engineer, Mark “Bruno” Bradley ran the monitors that night for his first live appearance with the band. The club was filled beyond its capacity of 200 people by the time the band came onstage around 11 PM. A local band called Juan Hung Low provided support, playing an opening set before Third Ball took the stage. Third Ball performed two sets that night consisting of longtime classics and some material from Billy Breathes. Set one was mostly older material, kicking off with Split Open and Melt followed by Poor Heart and Runaway Jim. Theme From the Bottom was the only selection from the first set that appeared on Billy Breathes. Trey played keyboards for part of Scent of a Mule, which included teases of Eric Clapton’s Cocaine. The tempurature inside Joyous Lake had increased quite a bit by the time the band closed the set with Highway to Hell. Given the crowd and tempurature, an outdoor patio offered a good set-break hangout. Third Ball’s second set kicked off with more classics, including a spirited AC/DC Bag, You Enjoy Myself, Chalk Dust Torture and Stash. The evening’s only debut songs, Waste and Character Zero, punctuated the set. The new songs were pretty raw, with Trey explaining that Waste didn’t yet have an ending. Set two concluded with David Bowie followed by Fee into Sample in a Jar. The encore consisted of Ya Mar and Fire, leaving the small audience energized as they rolled out onto the streets of Woodstock.

    The rest of June was occupied with sequencing the album and other pre-mastering details for Billy Breathes. On June 24th the band and Marley did a photo shoot at road manager Brad Sands’ house in Burlington. Later that evening, Fish performed with his band Pork Tornado at Burlington’s Club Toast as the other band members and crew prepared to depart for Europe.

    The album was mastered the last week of June at Gateway Studios. Meanwhile, the band and crew headed to Europe for a short tour consisting of some support dates for Santana and a number of headline and festival performances. They would finish touring for the summer with shows in the U.S. culminating in August with their first large outdoor festival, The Clifford Ball."
     

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    Booche got a reaction from boiler rat in Do you enjoy collecting Phish shows?   
    If so, this is a MUST DOWNLOAD
     
    Perhaps it doesnt have the cache it did back in the days when we traded tapes but this one got me a lot of shit. "You have the Third Ball?" was something I read in a letter/email I read as a reply a number of times. Every Phish fan I was trading with axed for it. Many of you Phish fanatic affeciendos have probably listened to this show by now but if you havent I think this one is a great representation of a particularly cool moment in their history. Rather than spread the rumours I had heard when I had a copy on tape, I will copy and paste what is written within the comment section of said show http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=578335
     
    "After finishing most of the rough tracks for their album Billy Breathes in early spring (see TMIPH February 1996 and TMIPH April 1996), Phish returned to Bearsville Studios in May to complete the album. By June, most of the songs for Billy Breathes were tracked and ready for overdubbing and mixing. At Bearsville, the band, Producer Steve Lillywhite, Engineer John Siket and assistant Chris Laidlaw put the polish on their new work.

    About that time, Phish decided to play a stealth show at Joyous Lake in Woodstock, near Bearsville. Apparently it is somewhat of a tradition for groups recording at Bearsville to grace the small club with a concert following their work at the studio. The concert was announced on the day of the show, June 6th, with Phish donning the moniker “Third Ball” for the event. The performance at Joyous Lake was small and low-key with the band playing on gear brought from the studio and using the club’s sound system. Chris Kuroda ran the club’s low-fi lighting rig and Paul Languedoc manned the front-of-house mix. In keeping with the relaxed atmosphere of the evening, Paul provided soundboard patches to the few tapers who brought recording gear. New monitor engineer, Mark “Bruno” Bradley ran the monitors that night for his first live appearance with the band. The club was filled beyond its capacity of 200 people by the time the band came onstage around 11 PM. A local band called Juan Hung Low provided support, playing an opening set before Third Ball took the stage. Third Ball performed two sets that night consisting of longtime classics and some material from Billy Breathes. Set one was mostly older material, kicking off with Split Open and Melt followed by Poor Heart and Runaway Jim. Theme From the Bottom was the only selection from the first set that appeared on Billy Breathes. Trey played keyboards for part of Scent of a Mule, which included teases of Eric Clapton’s Cocaine. The tempurature inside Joyous Lake had increased quite a bit by the time the band closed the set with Highway to Hell. Given the crowd and tempurature, an outdoor patio offered a good set-break hangout. Third Ball’s second set kicked off with more classics, including a spirited AC/DC Bag, You Enjoy Myself, Chalk Dust Torture and Stash. The evening’s only debut songs, Waste and Character Zero, punctuated the set. The new songs were pretty raw, with Trey explaining that Waste didn’t yet have an ending. Set two concluded with David Bowie followed by Fee into Sample in a Jar. The encore consisted of Ya Mar and Fire, leaving the small audience energized as they rolled out onto the streets of Woodstock.

    The rest of June was occupied with sequencing the album and other pre-mastering details for Billy Breathes. On June 24th the band and Marley did a photo shoot at road manager Brad Sands’ house in Burlington. Later that evening, Fish performed with his band Pork Tornado at Burlington’s Club Toast as the other band members and crew prepared to depart for Europe.

    The album was mastered the last week of June at Gateway Studios. Meanwhile, the band and crew headed to Europe for a short tour consisting of some support dates for Santana and a number of headline and festival performances. They would finish touring for the summer with shows in the U.S. culminating in August with their first large outdoor festival, The Clifford Ball."
     

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    Booche got a reaction from Davey Boy 2.0 in Jamland   
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    Booche got a reaction from mark tonin in Jamland   
    Back when he could still get one
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    Booche reacted to boiler rat in Jamland   
    Jamland doesn't need promotion. It's an invite only type thing and I'm sure it gets as many people as it needs, although it is always great to see new faces added to the jamland family. My oldest boy has been a staple of Jamland since the beginning and is something he is always so excited to go to. 
     
    This is one of the first, if not the first Jamland:
     

     
    He's been known to spend a lot of time right in front of the stage:
    (Harvard Mouse w/ Dan Walsh aka The Beard aka Walshy McBeard)

     
    The Blurry Strangers:
    (Blurry Pickers/Unseen Strangers)

     

     
     
    The year of the puppet show, Jackson and Cohen and I do believe that would be Nitro Compression Cohen has there
     

     
    (Blurry Pickers -  with Josh from the Fat Cats and Ryan from Diesel Dog)

     
     
    Being that my little guy is a dancing machine, I can only hope to watch him growing up through Jamland memories and photos also. He's been to one now, before he was walking so the next one he'll be sharing the front of the stage dancing and jamming with his brother and lots of friends,
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    Booche got a reaction from Davey Boy 2.0 in Jamland   
    Back when he could still get one
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    Booche got a reaction from mark tonin in Jamland   
    Awesome and congratulations!  I can't believe Velvet hasnt made an appearance in one of these yet.
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    Booche reacted to mark tonin in Jamland   
    Jamland has been my main creative endeavour and a labour of love for me over the past number of years. I would like to invite my friends from this community to the two events mentioned in the picture below. Please send me a message if you would like more info. Many of you are now my Facebook friends and are a part of the Jamland community, but some of my online musical friendships seemed to get lost in a cyberspace black hole as things moved from what was once a vibrant and thriving discussion board community to the place where people like things but often times don’t say much else. As well, with Jamland in particular, it’s always been a bit of a juggling act trying to keep things “small and under the radar” while still getting the word out to friends who would appreciate the place and what we have been trying to create.
     
    I am really excited about the film and am thrilled with the final product. I never envisioned that I would make a documentary film, but I am fortunate to have a teaching colleague who is an excellent visual artist and filmmaker (Robert Waldeck from Drywal Media). When I was first approached by Rob to shoot some footage at Jamland, I said “sure” and didn’t really know what to expect. I don’t think he really did either. But it has turned out better than imagined. And the film was made with the event in mind, so I am obviously excited about the actual event! J
     
    Peace, Mark
     

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    Booche reacted to bouche in Epic Covers   
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