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Dark Side of the Round Room

Posted 2005-04-01 04:25:47 by Lemuria - 0 comments - Link:

Remniscent of Dark Side of the Moon's eerie synchronicity with The Wizard of Oz, but with the youthful irreverence that always was Phish, several message boards are reporting that the music and lyrics of Round Room seem to be synchronized precisely to the activity and character movements in the MacCauley Culkin theatrical masterpiece Home Alone.

Phish to release Limited-Edition 3-Song CD

Posted 2005-04-01 04:25:31 by Lemuria - 0 comments - Link:

Online ordering began this morning for a limited edition release of material the band recorded in Woodstock last fall, just after the career-ending shows at Coventry. Poking fun at confusion about the band's material, the three-song CD includes an updated version of "I Need More Cowbell", a mellow cover of Peaches n Herb's "Reunited", and a dance remix of their cover of "Gin and Juice".

Trey @ Higher Ground

Posted 2005-03-17 04:26:50 by Lemuria - 0 comments - Link:

Trey's new band will make its first appearance April 1st, as a benefit for the Vermont Land Trust, at the new Higher Ground (opened 12/04), featuring Peter Chwazik (bass), Les Hall (keyboards), Ray Paczkowski (keyboards) and Skeeto Valdez (drums). Tickets are $35 and go on sale Thursday, March 17 at 11:00am (EST) at the Higher Ground box office only. Tickets will not be offered via internet or charge by phone.

Trey w/ Black Crowes

Posted 2005-03-16 04:27:10 by Lemuria - 0 comments - Link:

Trey performed last night (3/15/05) with "Mr. Crows Garden" at Higher Ground in Burlington, a warm-up gig by the Black Crowes for their upcoming tour. Trey sat-in for the encore: The Beatles "Yer Blues" and "Hard to Handle" originally by Otis Redding. This marked Trey's first performance at Higher Ground's new location, which opened in December 2004. Full setlist: Don't Do It (The band), Greasy Grass River, Go Tell the Congregation, Another Roadside Tragedy, Soul Singing, Kickin' My Heart Around, Thick n Thin, Bad Luck Blue Eyes, Jam > Sunday Buttermilk Waltz, Thorn in my Pride, Tell the Truth (Derrick and the Dominoes), Non-Fiction, She Gave Good Sunflower, Encore: Yer Blues (The Beatles) w/Trey, H2H ( Otis Redding) W/Trey.

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