Monday 04/11/2016 by ucpete

MYSTERY JAM MONDAY PART 219

Welcome to the 219th edition of Phish.Net's Mystery Jam Monday. Like last week, I've posted three clips this week -- these three clips share something in common. To win, be the first person to identify the song and date of each of the three mystery jam clips, and answer what the three clips share in common. Each person gets one guess per day, with the second “day” starting after I post the hint -- each guess should contain three songs / dates, and a guess at the commonality. No sharing or trading of answers is allowed. A hint will be posted on Tuesday if necessary, with the answer to follow on Wednesday. The winner will receive an MP3 code good for a free download of any show, courtesy of our friends at LivePhish.com / Nugs.Net. Good luck!

Answer: Congrats to first-time winner @dbertsch who quickly identified this week's trifecta: 8/2/97 Down with Disease, 4/17/04 Halley's Comet, 8/15/15 Piper, and correctly noted that all three jams lead to segues -> Tweezer. I'm impressed that the guessing crew has taken down the new format twice in two weeks without too much fuss. We'll see if that changes next week, when MJM 220 drops at 4 PM PT / 7 PM ET to give the can't .net at work crew a better chance at glory. Thanks for playing!

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Comments

, comment by justino
justino Clip One: DWD 7/22/97
Clip Two: Ghost 6/17/11
Clip Three: Crosseyed and Painless 10/16/10

Theme: All shows from Carolinas
, comment by SporkFan
SporkFan @justino said:
Clip One: DWD 7/22/97
Clip Two: Ghost 6/17/11
Clip Three: Crosseyed and Painless 10/16/10

Theme: All shows from Carolinas
Nicely done! That being said, that DWD is IMO one of the most famous and instantly recognizable jams in the band's history, but maybe the whole idea of this new format is to have at least one of the three be a give-away.
, comment by akjed
akjed What the shit?! I haven't even had my second cup of coffee yet.
, comment by ekstewie1441
ekstewie1441 Theme: shows where Fishman is crushing it.
, comment by dbertsch
dbertsch First: 8/2/1997 DWD
Second: 4/17/2004 Halley's Comet
Third: 8/15/2015 Piper

Theme: All three jams precede segues into Tweezer.
, comment by dbertsch
, comment by MiguelSanchez
MiguelSanchez I'm seeing this right? Did @justino hit a triple mystery jam in less than 20 minutes. Damn player. Nice work.
, comment by justino
justino I don't think I got it. I only had a few minutes to guess before I had to get back to work.
, comment by ucpete
ucpete @MiguelSanchez said:
I'm seeing this right? Did @justino hit a triple mystery jam in less than 20 minutes. Damn player. Nice work.
He made a nice guess but didn't get any parts of it right (despite being close on the DWD). Funny how folks ran with it, though nobody bothered to check his guesses. @dbertsch took it down in less than 2.5 hours, which is amazing in its own right. So far so good on the 3xMJMs...
, comment by standard
standard @ucpete said:
He made a nice guess but didn't get any parts of it right (despite being close on the DWD). Funny how folks ran with it, though nobody bothered to check his guesses.
That disease sounds very simliar to the end of the 7/22 one, but if you're intimately familiar with the Walnut Creek version you can tell a slight difference in the notes :D

Work proxy has blocked phishtracks / phish.in so i'm enjoying these from the sidelines! Having said that, what if these were posted later in the day for some of us? Think more people would be able to have time to guess?
, comment by ucpete
ucpete @standard said:
@ucpete said:
He made a nice guess but didn't get any parts of it right (despite being close on the DWD). Funny how folks ran with it, though nobody bothered to check his guesses.
That disease sounds very simliar to the end of the 7/22 one, but if you're intimately familiar with the Walnut Creek version you can tell a slight difference in the notes :D

Work proxy has blocked phishtracks / phish.in so i'm enjoying these from the sidelines! Having said that, what if these were posted later in the day for some of us? Think more people would be able to have time to guess?
Re: DWD, totally agree, and if you squint your ears a bit, you could convince yourself they're moving towards Mike's...

Re: work proxies, one of our computer systems at work had a proxy that blocked PhishTracks and Phish.in'. But after chatting with IT, it came to light that it was a stupid system that blocked those sites because they contained the word "phish", and thus could be associated with "phishing" attacks. I asked IT to whitelist those sites because they were legitimate, legal, streaming sites, and I can listen to whatever music I want in the privacy of my own office. They tweaked the proxy policy for me, though that was just on one particular system (the standard system doesn't block those sites thankfully). It's worth asking your IT support if they'll throw you a bone...

Re: 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET MJM drop, we have had later MJMs in the past (though only randomly and sporadically), and I know many folks like the early MJM because it's a nice thing to do in the background while at work, and it also gives folks more time to work on the MJM before I drop the answer. That said, I'm not philosophically opposed to a later start time, at least from time to time, so let's do next week's at 4 PM PT / 7 PM ET. I'll try to mix in some later drops maybe once a month, but will do so with some forewarning, as I know many folks *really* like the fact that I've been dropping them at the exact same time each and every Monday. (and they like the particular time I drop it). Sound good?
, comment by standard
standard @ucpete said:
Re: 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET MJM drop, we have had later MJMs in the past (though only randomly and sporadically), and I know many folks like the early MJM because it's a nice thing to do in the background while at work, and it also gives folks more time to work on the MJM before I drop the answer. That said, I'm not philosophically opposed to a later start time, at least from time to time, so let's do next week's at 4 PM PT / 7 PM ET. I'll try to mix in some later drops maybe once a month, but will do so with some forewarning, as I know many folks *really* like the fact that I've been dropping them at the exact same time each and every Monday. (and they like the particular time I drop it). Sound good?
Now that you mention it, I guess the timing has been consistent as of late. That's a solid way to do it. And you're right, I'm in IT and always did this on Mondays at work. It's almost as if you thought this out... But uh a new proxy was recentlyimplemented and it's managed by the offshore helpdesk.. I doubt they will be that familiar with the phish from Vermont if I ask them to unblock :D
, comment by ucpete
ucpete @standard said:
@ucpete said:
Re: 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET MJM drop, we have had later MJMs in the past (though only randomly and sporadically), and I know many folks like the early MJM because it's a nice thing to do in the background while at work, and it also gives folks more time to work on the MJM before I drop the answer. That said, I'm not philosophically opposed to a later start time, at least from time to time, so let's do next week's at 4 PM PT / 7 PM ET. I'll try to mix in some later drops maybe once a month, but will do so with some forewarning, as I know many folks *really* like the fact that I've been dropping them at the exact same time each and every Monday. (and they like the particular time I drop it). Sound good?
Now that you mention it, I guess the timing has been consistent as of late. That's a solid way to do it. And you're right, I'm in IT and always did this on Mondays at work. It's almost as if you thought this out... But uh a new proxy was recentlyimplemented and it's managed by the offshore helpdesk.. I doubt they will be that familiar with the phish from Vermont if I ask them to unblock :D
If they're offshore, they probably don't care, so just send an official looking email that says:

"Please whitelist the following sites:

http://phish.in
http://phishtracks.com

They are not malicious phishing sites and some users have requested they be allowed to connect. Thanks in advance."

Worked for me!
, comment by Fluffyfluffyhead
Fluffyfluffyhead OOOOOOHHHHH! OOOOOOHHHHH! OOOOOOHHHHH!

I know one of these!

Image
, comment by theesloth
theesloth HELLO?
, comment by SporkFan
SporkFan @SporkFan said:
@justino said:
Clip One: DWD 7/22/97
Clip Two: Ghost 6/17/11
Clip Three: Crosseyed and Painless 10/16/10

Theme: All shows from Carolinas
Nicely done! That being said, that DWD is IMO one of the most famous and instantly recognizable jams in the band's history, but maybe the whole idea of this new format is to have at least one of the three be a give-away.
Goes to show what I know! But interesting to see how similar jams in songs shared motifs throughout tours.
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