Welcome to the 139th edition of Phish.net's Mystery Jam Monday. I am truly honored to be your new
victim host, and hope I can be the Andrew Luck to @lumpblockclod's Peyton Manning. Rather than his Curtis Painter.
Despite the change in personnel, most things around here will remain the same. As usual we will be playing for an MP3 download, courtesy of our friends at LivePhish.com / Nugs.Net. 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...
Wednesday Answer: My dreams of an undefeated reign have been destroyed. By identifying the 8/10/04 AC/DC Bag -- a song about Gamehendge's accountant Mr. Palmer that was posted on Tax Day, I'd like to note -- this week's MP3 download goes to @PhreePhish, who's put together an impressive run of two wins over the last four weeks.
Join us here next Monday for the one hundred and fortieth installment of Mystery Jam Monday.
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Trey Anastasio Band: February 21, 2010
7 years ago
Set 1: Shine, Push On 'Til the Day, Alive Again, The Birdwatcher, Mozambique, Cayman Review > Dragonfly, Night Speaks to a Woman, Valentine, Let Me Lie, Sweet Dreams Melinda, Money, Love and Change, Tuesday, Backwards Down the Number Line, Brian and Robert, Back on the Train, Sample in a Jar, Wilson
 Trey solo acoustic.
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