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Phish 06/14/00
Drum Logos, Fokuoka, Japan
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Source # 1015 Other Sources
Entered by Matt Vernon
Checksums SHN-md5 , WAV-md5 , FLAC-FFP , st5
Disc Counts 2 / 3
Media Size Compressed: 834.73 MB (875280211 bytes)
Date Circulated
Date Added
7/10/00
01/06/2003
Source Summary shnf or flac16; Schoeps mk4 > kc5 active cables > cmc6 > E.A.A. > SBM1 (final update of source info); via Lee Stanley 
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Phish
June 14, 2000
Drum Logos 1-8-25
Maizuru, Chuo-ku, Fokuoka, Japan

updated source: Schoeps mk4 > kc5 active cables > cmc6 > E.A.A. > SBM1
seeded by: Lee Stanley  [email protected]


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- SHN>WAV>FLAC Level 6 via Trader's Little Helper
- Tags via MediaMonkey
- Consolidated original md5's to one file
- Files renamed to adhere to etree naming standards
- No music was harmed during the manipulation of these files

By geewiz 5/21/2012 ([email protected])
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Disk 1:

Set I (1:05):

1. Carini
2. The Curtain
3. Cities*
4. Gumbo >
5. Crosseyed and Painless Jam >
6. Llama
7. Fee
8. Heavy Things
9. Split Open and Melt**

Disk 2:

Set II (1:10):

1. Back On the Train#
2. Twist >
3. Ghost Jam## >
4. Walk Away >
5. Jam
6. Also Sprach Zarathustra

Disk 3:

Encore:
7.Sleep$
8. Squirming Coil

   * - "It's only the noodles"
   ** - Trey: "Take intermit to replenish our body"
   # - Long and jammed out groovy style
   ## - Sounded like "Ghost" at first but then turned into heavy Phish jam
   $ - per request

About 500 people in attendance.





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Date User Comment
08/11/2000 John Riordan This is an *outstanding* recording of what may just be Phish's coolest show of 2000. Reminds one of the quality sound on "Slip, Stitch, and Pass." Get these .shns!!!
08/16/2000 Richard Cook There are several tracks which can (IMO should) be combined into just one track: d1t4 (Gumbo >) and d1t4 (Crosseyed and Painless Jam) can be combined and not "lose" anything; d2t4 (Walk Away >) and d2t5 (Jam) can/should be combined as well. The "Ghost Jam" d2t3 following "Twist" d2t2 is different enough from "Twist" to stand alone as it's own track.

Hope this helps someone.
08/17/2000 John Riordan I believe the tracking is correct as it is. D2t05 (Jam) is far from anything that happens in a typical "Walk Away" (d2t04). They are, and should remain separate tracks. But hey, all of set II is so wonderfully segued that you should never switch tracks -- just relish the amazing music.
01/12/2001 Chad Snyder I agree with Richard above completely. Besides the so-called "Crosseyed Jam" resembles Crosseyed and Painless about as much as Fee or Heavy Things do. It shouldn't have its own track as it is simply the music that arises in Gumbo...just like many other Gumbos.
04/28/2001 Ed Scott I have about 30 Phish shows now, and this one is definitely one of my favorite top 2 or 3. Great sound quality and super cool versions of many of the songs.
06/02/2001 John josey IMHO, this was the best show of the Japan 2000 run. It could be the best show of the whole summer season. Crazy ambient jams combined with butt-kicking rock and roll. I'd say this is one of my top 5 favorite shows.
09/20/2001 Bryan Austin I'm pretty sure this show was recorded by Ryan Drefus and is the additional source mixed into the Live Phish 4 release. Can anybody else elaborate on this?
-Bryan
10/11/2001 Stew Leonard I know R.D. was there and has that mic setup.
11/12/2001 Hamilton, Diana Copies of this date are now off-limits to electronic transfer (but not to mail trading BTW). More info: http://alumni.umbc.edu/~hamilton/noetreeph.html