Tuesday 02/01/2011 by multibeast

NEW LIMITED LIVEPHISH SUMMER 2010 SHOWS RELEASED

Phish released the 2nd round of summer 2010 shows in remastered format today. These hand-picked shows were remastered for this release by Fred Kevorkian and are available on iTunes and hard copy CD at select music stores. So far there is no published list of music stores that will carry the CDs. The three shows chosen for this release are:

8/6/2010 Greek Theater, Berkeley, CA iTunes Link

8/7/2010 Greek Theater, Berkeley, CA iTunes Link

8/13/2010 Verizon Wireless Music Center (formerly Deer Creek), Noblesville, IN iTunes Link

Has anyone compared the LivePhish.com downloads to these fresh remasters? We would love to hear your opinions in the comments.

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Comments

, comment by wattznext
wattznext I love this review that's been posted on the iTunes page for 8/13/10

"buy this

by willllllllsoooooooon
i was at this show and it was awesome. first walls of the cave since like 96. and the ballad of curtis lowe was awesome. a definite must hear show."

Haha! 1996?
, comment by KayakGuy
KayakGuy first walls of the cave since like 96
, comment by roybelly
roybelly On the greek shows, the re-masters seem to have more definition in the low-mid and mid range than the livephish version , and I think the remaster really brings what fishman is doing more forward in the mix....it also seems like on the greek remasters, you get a more audible sense of that steep amphitheater sound...a bit more of a true sense of the way the "room" sounds as opposed to what I have heard of the livephish versions.

I will have to comment on deer creek another time, cuz while I have access to the remaster, I don't have the livephish version.

Aren't they sweet?!?
, comment by MiguelSanchez
MiguelSanchez @wattznext said:
I love this review that's been posted on the iTunes page for 8/13/10 "buy this by willllllllsoooooooon i was at this show and it was awesome. first walls of the cave since like 96. and the ballad of curtis lowe was awesome. a definite must hear show." Haha! 1996?
so phish knew the tours were going to fall in '96, huh? trey is a jedi!! too bad he couldn't prevent it. some people just shouldn't be allowed to write reviews....
, comment by yemmers
yemmers ugh iTunes forreal?
, comment by private8x
private8x Believe it or not, I could actually hear some of Mike's bass tones... like the bellowing of a disembowled cow (simple physics/not his fault)... at Coit Tower on the 6th (I think, though it may've been the 7th), whilst scouting and videodocing the North Beach AO. Due to its unique microclimate and singular geography, sound carries exceptionally well across San Francisco Bay. I'm *glad* you fellas put these shows up! :)
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