Monday 07/07/2014 by bl002e

MYSTERY JAM MONDAY PART 178

Welcome to another edition of Phish.Net's, ahem, "weekly" Mystery Jam Monday contest. The winner will receive an MP3 download courtesy of our friends at LivePhish.com / Nugs.Net. To win, be the first person to identify the song and date of the mystery jam clip. Each person gets one guess per day, with the second “day” starting after I post the hint. A hint will be posted on Tuesday if necessary, with the answer to follow on Wednesday. Good luck!

Hint (Posted 2014-07-08 10:23 am):

Answer: First-time winner @GhostDawg came up with the correct identity of this week's clip: the 11/8/91 Jam that followed Jesus Just Left Chicago, which itself followed the "slice of pizza, bucket of lard" Weekapaug Groove. It might technically be a loss, but as it was hint-aided, the Blog breaks its seven-month-long losing streak. Check back here Monday for the next installment of MJM.

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Comments

, comment by ekstewie1441
ekstewie1441 Tweezer 1994-7-9
, comment by stevemott
stevemott YEM 7/8/94
, comment by Purple_Humpback_Whale
Purple_Humpback_Whale Hey its back! Of course I have no idea what it is....Maybe a melt, tweezer or Bowie from '94-'95???

I guess 5.10.1994 SOAMELT
, comment by Guelah34
Guelah34 Guessing some Tweezer from 1994. Can't figure it out. About listened to every 94 Tweezer.
, comment by somecoldgreentea
somecoldgreentea kneejerk reaction: 2.0 guyute
, comment by gay4pacman
gay4pacman buried alive 7-16-93 prob not but thought mjm might have some mann action
, comment by magicbookwerm
magicbookwerm Guyute 11-2-94 Bangor Maine..

Hopefully my memory is better than usual lol.
, comment by kipmat
kipmat David Bowie 6/24/95 Mann Music Center
, comment by kipmat
kipmat @kipmat said:
David Bowie 6/24/95 Mann Music Center
Crap, that's already been a Mystery Jam! Oh well.
, comment by PhreeDomRider
PhreeDomRider 12/1/94 tweezer
, comment by newbornelph
newbornelph 10/21/95 Bowie
, comment by newbornelph
newbornelph Its gotta be fun to be the MJM jam picker.
, comment by SkyTrainWand
SkyTrainWand Gut feeling says Guyute from 2.0 - don't have a date guess yet
, comment by Doctor_Smarty
Doctor_Smarty 7/29/98 Buried Alive
, comment by sirhotpants
sirhotpants 6/25/95 Soa Melt
, comment by MusicOfTheMind
MusicOfTheMind am i the only who thinks it sounds like bbfcfm?
, comment by mcgrupp81
mcgrupp81 Don't have the time to research this the way I'd like. Sounds like a build to something, like they are going to jump right into the ending of Weekapaug or something. Happy hunting people.
, comment by Fluffyfluffyhead
Fluffyfluffyhead It sounds like a bbfcfm is humping a buried alive.
, comment by MiguelSanchez
MiguelSanchez it sounds like a '94'ish melt to me. it's been a while since i've given this one a spin, but i'm going with:

10/29/94 melt
, comment by tommysledge
tommysledge sloth 6-26-95
, comment by pharmerblm
pharmerblm 7/10/1994 - Julius
, comment by makisupaman
makisupaman BBFCFM> Sample 07/06/94
, comment by The_Silent_Tree
The_Silent_Tree Superball bbfcfm
, comment by MiguelSanchez
MiguelSanchez hmm... we may be getting a hint today.
, comment by ELevine86
ELevine86 There was a BBFCFM at SuperBall?
, comment by drshaws
drshaws Tweezer 11/19/92
, comment by malachi
malachi Tweezer 5/7/94
, comment by ucpete
ucpete I'm on my phone in Europe and don't have time to verify, but I'm guessing Melt 11/15/91 (Mrs. Pizza Shit)
, comment by GhostDawg
GhostDawg JJLC > Jam 11/8/91
, comment by Bowie94
Bowie94 10/31/91 YEM
, comment by malachi
malachi @GhostDawg said:
JJLC > Jam 11/8/91
WINNER WINNER CHICKEN DINNER
, comment by ceevee
ceevee A slice of pizza and a bucket of lard!

Nice one, GhostDawg.
, comment by Sunny
Sunny 11/16/91 yem
, comment by kipmat
kipmat great job, @GhostDawg. I had been going back to 1989 because of Page's keyboard sound. The jam sounded Union Federal-ish to me.
, comment by GhostDawg
GhostDawg Thanks, @kipmat! I knew it was no later than '92 because of the keyboard, but as @Fluffyfluffyhead noted, the snippet sounds "like a BBFCFM is humping a Buried Alive." The hint narrowed things down to Fall '91 and its fair share of pizza hysteria.

For what it's worth, I celebrated at lunch today with pizza.
, comment by MiguelSanchez
MiguelSanchez beautiful work @ghostdawg. mmj has put something on my to do list after work. never would've guessed jjlc...
, comment by somecoldgreentea
somecoldgreentea pizza and a song involving chicago and the slice in the pic isn't deep dish?! heresy!
, comment by bushwood_a_dump
bushwood_a_dump Great MJM, and well played GhostDawg.

I gave the Tube opener a spin for shits and grins; pretty wild to hear one the "old style".
, comment by mud_lovebuddy
mud_lovebuddy Can we talk more about '91 pizza hysteria?

And, yes, deep dish.
, comment by Fluffhead
Fluffhead I was gonna post a song from the slice of pizza show! Tuscaloosa?
, comment by Fluffyfluffyhead
Fluffyfluffyhead That pizza looks like it's from NY!
, comment by Phishin4Harpua
Phishin4Harpua YEM 11/16/1991
, comment by Phart_Door
Phart_Door "Check back here Monday for the next installment of MJM."

You mean next month!
, comment by bl002e
bl002e Please note that I didn't specify which Monday. ;-)
, comment by FreeGhost82
FreeGhost82 Any games for the younger fans??? Some of these are just too much coming from the immense catalog.
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Set 1: Suzy Greenberg[1] > Buried Alive, Punch You In the Eye, Uncle Pen, Horn > Chalk Dust Torture, Esther[2] > Dinner and a Movie > Bouncing Around the Room > Run Like an Antelope[3]

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