Monday 11/25/2019 by ucpete

MYSTERY JAM MONDAY PART 397

Welcome to the 397th edition of Phish.Net's Mystery Jam Monday, the last of November. The winner will receive an MP3 download code courtesy of our friends at LivePhish.com / Nugs.Net. To win, be the first person to identify the songs and dates of all three mystery clips. The clips are connected by a theme, but the theme needn't be part of the correct answer. Each person gets one guess to start – if no one answers correctly in the first 24 hours, I'll post a hint. After the hint, everyone gets one more guess before Wednesday at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET. Good luck!

Hint: Technically, these jams were played in three different venues.

Answer: Congrats to @My_Powerful_Mind, who saw right through the hint and the CDT fake-out to identify the three jams played at three different Palace Theatres in three different US states, picking up his third MJM win: 11/20/92 "Self," 10/10/94 "Slave to the Traffic Light," and 12/29/92 "Tweezer." Next week's MJM will drop on Tuesday - in the meantime, enjoy this weekend's shows and swing by the blog in between recaps.

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Comments

, comment by MiguelSanchez
MiguelSanchez That 2nd clip can just fuck right off.
, comment by Zands
Zands I swear I know I've heard these first two clips before
, comment by A_Buddhist_Prodigy
A_Buddhist_Prodigy I "think" I know the first song . . . maybe . . . Damn you @UCpete!!! @Miguelsanchez, I agree 100%! I am not giving thanks this week. Ughh . . .
, comment by stevemott
stevemott Chalkdust 8/12/93
2001 12/29/98
Split Open and Melt 11/30/89
, comment by ChemistryChris
ChemistryChris I'm going to have to grab whatever that first one is - sounds like my kind of show.
, comment by ucpete
ucpete This is definitely one of those MJMs that seems impossible but once figured out seems too easy. Because I imagine many folks will become frustrated and give up, I’ll throw you a bone and save you some time:

The first jam isn’t from Chalk Dust Torture, nor is it even a tease of Chalk Dust Torture, but it was played in a set in which they played Chalk Dust Torture!
, comment by My_Powerful_Mind
My_Powerful_Mind self 11/20/92
slave 10/10/94
tweezer 12/29/92

Palace Theatre shows
, comment by mcgrupp81
mcgrupp81 @My_Powerful_Mind said:
self 11/20/92
slave 10/10/94
tweezer 12/29/92

Palace Theatre shows
Nice job. The '92 sound is like wrapping a warm, comforting blanket around you; ya dig?
, comment by A_Buddhist_Prodigy
A_Buddhist_Prodigy @ucpete said:
This is definitely one of those MJMs that seems impossible but once figured out seems too easy. Because I imagine many folks will become frustrated and give up, I’ll throw you a bone and save you some time:

The first jam isn’t from Chalk Dust Torture, nor is it even a tease of Chalk Dust Torture, but it was played in a set in which they played Chalk Dust Torture!
@ucpete (mocking tone) 'figured it seems to easy' . . . there has never been one of these that was 'too' easy.
, comment by ucpete
ucpete ICYMI: MJM is MJT this week (support your local recapper)
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