Here is a couple of good ones too.
I only got to a few shows on the eastern seaboard during the early 80's. Was in the Navy then. Later I didn't have the ready for any road tripping. Did do a fair amount of tape swapping.I was at this show. Crazy snow storm outside, nice and toasty inside.
Made great eye contact with Jerry, will never forget that.
My first show was in '73. Still have a wall in my hallway lined with cassette racks filled with tapes of shows. Trading tapes was fun and I met a lot of great folks that way.I only got to a few shows on the eastern seaboard during the early 80's. Was in the Navy then. Later I didn't have the ready for any road tripping. Did do a fair amount of tape swapping.
That is a good show. Phil is a goofball, but I like that he is keeping on keepin on.I saw my first show in '79 or '80 while in high school. It changed my life and I chased Jerry around for a long time. After '95, I figured I was done. I saw the occasional Ratdog, P&F, etc. Then a few years ago my old touring buddy from VA told me I needed to come down there for Lockn'. I resisted for a while, thinking I was too old to camp out for days and party like the 80s. Well, after 4 Lockn festivals, I am so glad I didn't listen to my old guy rap, LOL.
Just got back from this years fest and even though it was Phish heavy (don't get me started), this happened:
I've been listening to WSP all day. I will pause it and give this show a spin. Thanks.Here is Phil and friends from 2014 in Central Park.
One of my favorite jazz guitarists
(John Scofield) is featured.
Also John Medeski (of MMW) is on the keyboards.
I'm hoping he isn't the jerk he was in his younger days. Going on the road with the boys will grind down his rough edges. Playing 3 hours a night will do that.Still can't stand Mayer though. I wont deny he's a good player.
But I just can't listen to him cuz it's him.