Monday 09/24/2012 by lumpblockclod

MYSTERY JAM MONDAY PART 115

Welcome to the 115th installment of Mystery Jam Monday here at Phish.net. As usual, we will be playing for an MP3 download, courtesy of our friends at LivePhish.com / Nugs.Net. In case you missed it, the Blog was victorious last week, which would ordinarily mean we play for two downloads this week. However, The Blog has decided to put off the double MJ until next week for reasons that will likely be obvious to many of you. The rules haven't changed: you need to correctly identify the song and the date to win. Post your guess in the comments. One guess per person per day (with the second “day” starting after I post the hint). A hint will be posted on Tuesday (if necessary) and the answer will be posted on Wednesday. Good luck...

Tuesday Answer: No reason to let this one sit out there any longer. Ghostboogie wins it with the 12/6/97 "Izabella." Hopefully he has the good sense to use his prize to grab the new livephish release. See everyone on Monday for MJM 116.

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Comments

, comment by ghostboogie
ghostboogie the funk jam that comes out of izabella 12/6/97
, comment by MiguelSanchez
MiguelSanchez Beat me to it
, comment by Fluffyfluffyhead
Fluffyfluffyhead D'OH! missed it by that much! -

g boogie got it.
, comment by ckess22
ckess22 I was just going to guess the tweezer from this show, though i haven't heard this show and it comes out tomorrow. I will hear it in its entirety tomorrow. Anyone know if this show will be up on livephish.com at midnight or what?
, comment by andrewrose
andrewrose Well fuck I didn't refresh the page early enough.
, comment by lumpblockclod
lumpblockclod @andrewrose said:
Well fuck I didn't refresh the page early enough.
It went live at 12:06. :-)
, comment by mcgrupp81
mcgrupp81 Once again, the early bird catches the worm. Phish needs to be extra nice and release 12/29/95 and 12/30/95 for the holidays.
, comment by runawaydro
runawaydro @ghostboogie said: [quote]the funk jam that comes out of izabella 12/6/97[/quote

Yep, sounds like a funky jam to me
, comment by conradjohansen
conradjohansen Literally 2 seconds in I knew it.
, comment by ghostboogie
ghostboogie between last week's 12:01 end, and this week's 12:06 start, MJM is super time aware these days... personally, i was still bummed from not being able to figure out the show that last week's tweezer came from (i was checking pretty much every tweez i had- as late as europe '96 and as early as spring '94, but never thought to go as early as '93!), so i figured i'd bring my A-game this week & show up a few minutes early. thankfully, my effort was rewarded with an appropriatly "timely" snippet of music that could have been an easy MJM snag for any of us... i think that's 5 for me, btw, how many do you need to curate/guest host? 7? 10? i've got a few ideas...
, comment by docgonzo1972
docgonzo1972 Everybody knew that one. Can we have next week's this week too?
, comment by safetymeeting
safetymeeting Am I the only person on erath that prefers audience tapes to sbd's?
Can someone let me know if this official release sounds awesome?
, comment by pikepredator
pikepredator I love a good quality AUD, sentiment from the tape trading days and all that. I listened to so many really crappy 5th gen AUDs back in the 90's, I never got jaded towards crisp SBDs. Those cheers at during the funky breakdown 1:30-1:45 put me right back into Fall 97 - 12/13/97 has the same kind of activity during the Mike's.
, comment by ucpete
ucpete @ckess22 said:
I was just going to guess the tweezer from this show, though i haven't heard this show and it comes out tomorrow. I will hear it in its entirety tomorrow. Anyone know if this show will be up on livephish.com at midnight or what?
According to the website, it will be available at 12:01 ET, which means I'll be listening right around 9:15 PM :)
, comment by ucpete
ucpete I want Phish to release every show from 11/13/97 - 12/31/97 (we're getting closer with every release!), and I'd also like every NYE SBD in my catalog (analogous to the Halloween series).
, comment by funkbeard
funkbeard @safetymeeting said:
Am I the only person on erath that prefers audience tapes to sbd's?
Can someone let me know if this official release sounds awesome?
I had a recent experience with a 4-schoeps mix from Alpine Calley this summer where the audience sounded superior to the soundboard. I was playing it at home on small speakers, and the sbd swallowed up the drums, and the definition of the parts wasn't well defined.

The audience tape sounded incredible by compare in this situation. The audience recording was also spectacular through headphones. Not so much when I tried to blast that recording through a decent car stereo. In that context, the highs were shrill, the low end lacked depth, and the crowd seemed a little chatty and obtrusive.

So that's the scoop. Know where to play what when, and that's how it can roll.
, comment by phearless
phearless @funkbeard said:
@safetymeeting said:
Am I the only person on erath that prefers audience tapes to sbd's?
Can someone let me know if this official release sounds awesome?
I had a recent experience with a 4-schoeps mix from Alpine Calley this summer where the audience sounded superior to the soundboard. I was playing it at home on small speakers, and the sbd swallowed up the drums, and the definition of the parts wasn't well defined.

The audience tape sounded incredible by compare in this situation. The audience recording was also spectacular through headphones. Not so much when I tried to blast that recording through a decent car stereo. In that context, the highs were shrill, the low end lacked depth, and the crowd seemed a little chatty and obtrusive.

So that's the scoop. Know where to play what when, and that's how it can roll.

Link for that Alpine AUD from this summer??
, comment by Phish1
Phish1 Damn...after about 3 seconds, I was like "Hey! 12/6/97!"..then saw that there were 16 or 17 posts before mine. Knew someone would have this one quick.

Well done...
, comment by sumacdrive22
sumacdrive22 12/6/97 Izabella
, comment by davey0110
davey0110 Before I started I was predicting the Tweezer from 12/6/97 due to the high profile release. Any Phan who didn't recognize this "Jimi Hendrix cover" owes it to themselves to pony up the 9.99 tomorrow.
, comment by cerqs
cerqs Easiest one yet.
, comment by Jackaroe
Jackaroe livephish: Release all summer and fall 1997, phenomenal!
 
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