Wednesday 01/09/2013 by multibeast

TYPE II CAST YEMSG EPISODE

For those of you not familiar with the Type II Cast, it is a Phish fan podcast that discusses current Phish shows with occasional special episodes dedicated to various Phishy topics. For this week's episode discussing Phish's New Year's run at Madison Square Garden, they invited me to be their guest alongside usual panel members Steve Olker, Josh Korin, and .Net's Chris Glushko. We gathered together virtually on Monday, January 7th, armed with a pile of great audio clips from the run, to share our thoughts on both individual songs and the shows as individual entities and as part of a run of shows. Two hours of quality Phish nerdery ensued. Chris was kind enough to put together rankings of these shows compared to the other multi-night NYE runs starting in 1995, which we discussed as well.

We dedicated this show to the memory of Robert Ekchart, aka Barefoot Bob, a beloved Phish fan who lost his battle with cancer earlier that day.

Click on over to the Type II Cast site to listen, or you can download the mp3 here (right click save as).

You can also subscribe to the podcast on iTunes by clicking here.

Enjoy!

Brian

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Comments

, comment by YorkvilleBeerLover
YorkvilleBeerLover Thanks love this show - been waiting for it to come out. Very classy!
, comment by YorkvilleBeerLover
YorkvilleBeerLover FYI - the show cuts out at the 18:40ish mark for me
, comment by YorkvilleBeerLover
YorkvilleBeerLover I clicked here above - as in mp3 and it works
, comment by tristan
tristan Barefoot Bob was a solid guy. I don't spend a whole lot of time on here, and he was one of the few .netters I actually communicated with via PM. Maybe a year and a half ago, he posted a thread about wanting to write a screenplay in collaboration with a fellow head. Working in the film business, I responded. Not much ever came of it. I got tremendously busy with a string of projects that put me on the road for a number of months, and Bob had his battle to contend with. Still, we shared some interesting chats, both phone and email. About Phish, about life, about his family whom he loved dearly, and of course a few good old fashioned show stories most of us here can relate to. I didn't know him well. But well enough to know he was a good soul, and my sincere condolences go out to his family in case they ever read this.
, comment by Dressed_In_Gray
Dressed_In_Gray I stumbled upon this blog when they were on episode 10. I have been a loyal fan ever since.

Do yourself a favor and check out some earlier episodes, too. Much better than a night of prime time sitcoms.
, comment by pauly
pauly Fwiw,1st night the band finished the 2nd set at 11:42pm and the 29th 2nd set ended at 11:22pm not sure about the 30th
, comment by colinw
colinw I had never heard of this padcost before. It is pretty good.

What source are they using for the clips? I assume it isn't the LivePhish releases and is an AUD?
, comment by unolker
unolker @colinw said:
I had never heard of this padcost before. It is pretty good.

What source are they using for the clips? I assume it isn't the LivePhish releases and is an AUD?
It is Live Phish, We have permission from Shapiro to do as such. Thanks for checking it out.
 
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