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Phish 08/12/04
Tweeter Center at the Waterfront, Camden, NJ
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Entered by Matt Vernon
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Disc Counts 2 / 3
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08/14/04
08/25/2004
Source Summary ADK A-51TL (cardioid, DINA) > Graham Patton DMIC-20 > JB3 @48kHz (OTS, DFC); JB3 > Cool Edit Pro 2.0 > CDWav > FLAC; Taped and transferred by Alex Herd 
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Phish
August 12, 2004
Camden, NJ
Tweeter Center at the Waterfront

Source: ADK A-51TLs (OTS, DFC, ~8'high, cardioids DINA) > Graham Patton DMIC-20 > Hosa ODL 312 > Nomad JB3 (@48kHz)
Transfer: Nomad JB3 > firewire > Cool Edit Pro 2.0 > CD Wave > Flac Frontend
Taped and transfered by Alex Herd ([email protected])

DISC 1:
Set 1:
01. Wilson
02. You Enjoy Myself >
03. Ghost >
04. Maze >
05. Catapult >
06. Maze
07. The Moma Dance
08. Horn
09. Pebbles and Marbles

DISC 2:
Set 2:
01. Piper >
02. Sneaking Sally
03. Cavern >
04. Limb By Limb
05. Julius
06. Rock and Roll
07. Scents and Subtle Sounds*

DISC 3:
Encore:
01. Lawn Boy
02. Frankenstein

Notes
*Trey, Mike and Page leave stage while Fishman continues drumming (with guitar loops still going). Trey's guitar tech Brian Brown fades out the loops after they have all left the stage.

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04/23/2005 Trey The first set is incredible, particularly the YEM > Ghost > Maze transitions. The YEM is above par with a funky-as-hell jam. Trey really tears it up. The short vocal jam immediately transitions into Ghost. Listen closely to the lyrics/vocal jamming going from Maze into Catapult for a YEM reprise. Moma Dance is solid, as is Horn and Scents and Pebbles and Marbles. Piper is the perfect opener to the second set with some very solid jamming. Cavern is played harder than I've ever heard it played, at least vocally, and Trey lost his voice by Limb by Limb. The real gem of the second set if not the entire show is the Scents and Subtle Sounds. Page and Mike really take the song to some dark places that they explored briefly during the Ghost > Maze transition... it was the most emotionally resonant jam of the show and really seemed to be the only expression of the impending breakup, this being their last show before Coventry.