Welcome to the 138th installment of Mystery Jam Monday here at Phish.net and the last hosted by yours truly. After nearly three years of Mystery Jams, I've decided to call it a day. Worry not, though, I am leaving you in good hands. Starting next week, the MJ will be hosted by one of our distinguished faculty members, Brian Levine (aka @Bl002e). Brian, you have some big shoes to fill... it's not easy to lose 130 out of 137 weeks. Seriously, though, it's been my pleasure coming up with new jams for you all every week. I hope you all had as much fun as I did. And if you have enjoyed the Mystery Jam, a great way to show it is to make a donation to the Mockingbird Foundation and support music education for kids. Or at least buy the fucking Book. ::Hops off soapbox::
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...
Thursday Answer: Congrats to becker_ross for coming in late with the 7/21/03 "46 Days." For a second there, I thought I was going to end on a high note. Thanks for all of the kind words in the comments. Even if it won't be me, the Blog will be back on Monday with yet another Mystery Jam...
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