Wednesday 09/26/2018 by swittersdc

REVISITING SEPTEMBER 2000 ON HF PODCAST

The latest episode of the Helping Friendly Podcast features music and conversation about September 2000. Check it out!

Back from tour and well-rested, we're wax poetic about a month filled with alternating heaviness and raging guitar jams. We break down the high points and low points of this overlooked month in Phishtory and play four amazing pieces of music.

We explore such topics as: is Hershey 2000 all about the Tube? Is Piper the jam of the year? Why is Trey playing so much guitar? Can you hear the sadness in any of the jams? Or just the darkness?

This episode has chapters, so you should be able to navigate through this episode.

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Comments

, comment by chipre
chipre Nicely done, gentlemen! Great music from a strange tour.

Thanks for your service.
, comment by swittersdc
swittersdc @chipre said:
Nicely done, gentlemen! Great music from a strange tour.

Thanks for your service.
Appreciate the feedback!
, comment by humalupa
humalupa I love the idea of deep dives into underappreciated and under-known months. I had never heard a note of that FIddler's Green show and the selection the podcast highlighted was amazing.

In a similar vein, an exploration of July 1993 would be welcome as well. It's rightly overshadowed by the following month, but even its existence is seldom acknowledged by anyone.
, comment by Banff
Banff I jumped on tour at Fiddlers and finished it out. Thanks for bringing back some good memories. You guys touched base on Trey walking off stage possibly being pissed. I felt that at Desert Sky just before the encore Waste. I could see them getting ready to walk back on stage, it almost looked like they were arguing. Weird!
Good Show Guys.
, comment by hambone024
hambone024 @humalupa said:
I love the idea of deep dives into underappreciated and under-known months. I had never heard a note of that FIddler's Green show and the selection the podcast highlighted was amazing.

In a similar vein, an exploration of July 1993 would be welcome as well. It's rightly overshadowed by the following month, but even its existence is seldom acknowledged by anyone.
I’m glad to hear you’ve come around to 9/27/00. Amazing second set.

I was there and remember the first set being okay, but nothing too exciting. I moved from the concrete seats to the lawn, hoping the second set would strike a little higher. I was blown away by the first three songs. Still among my favorite jams. Piper Gumbo Ghost, and then a nice Mango, about as good as I could ask for.
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