@fhqwhgads said:I really am just guessing, though I went and listened to the 12/29/99 Check and @ucpete's clue that the recording had to be doctored fits with it. That is a nearly unlistenable recording as it exists on phish.in'.I'm guessing 8/1/03 (It Sound Check Jam - particularly the part after Skin It Back) and 12/29/99 (Big Cypress Sound Check Jam - right near the end of the long, 20-min. one) with the theme being Festival Soundchecks.If this is right, it makes sense given the questions posed to Trey during the latest Rolling Stone interview.
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