Monday 06/12/2017 by ucpete

MYSTERY JAM MONDAY PART 278

Welcome to the 278th edition of Phish.Net's Mystery Jam Monday, the second and second-easiest of June. 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 both mystery clips – these clips are connected by a theme, but the theme needn't be part of the correct answer. Each person gets one guess – if no one guesses correctly, I will post a hint on Tuesday, after which each person gets one more guess before I reveal the correct answer on Wednesday around 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET. Good luck!

Note: The technical difficulties have subsided – setlist and jam charts and everything else should be as your disposal. Good luck!

Answer: Congrats to longtime MJMer @andrewrose on his fifth MJM win, correctly identifying the 5/24/88 Sloth (@tmwsiy's first show!) and the 12/5/97 Slave (the only Type II version to date). With a handful of wins, our friend from the Great White North needs only two more to join Mt. Jamsmore (if only Trey would too, amirite?). This week's MJM, like 9/2/11, was brought to you by the letter S, straight from the mind of MJM Emeritus @runlikecarini, who heard the Whipping Post-ish vibe (a song they'd played for damn near a half hour in the previous three-song second set) in the Sloth intro and thought it a tricky but fitting homage to Greg Allman. What's going down next week? Tune in Monday for MJM279 to find out.


Comments

, comment by justino
justino Here is a non-educated guess!

Sloth 5/24/88
Saw it Again 12/12/97
, comment by Bob_Loblaw
Bob_Loblaw Very Very wild guess since I have no time.

3/5/93 Stash
11/23/97 Gin
, comment by andrewrose
andrewrose Second jam sounds like a classic Fall '97 jam and I'm ashamed that I can't place it. Similar to the pre-Izabella portion of the 12/6 Tweezer, but not quite it.
, comment by napoleon
napoleon 3/5/93 stash
3/5/97 character zero
, comment by andrewrose
andrewrose 5/24/88 Sloth
12/5/97 Slave
, comment by runlikecarini
runlikecarini @andrewrose said:
5/24/88 Sloth
12/5/97 Slave
Knew you'd get it soon after that comment. Nice win!!
, comment by justino
justino @andrewrose said:
5/24/88 Sloth
12/5/97 Slave
I forgot about that fucking Slave! Nice work, man.
, comment by runlikecarini
runlikecarini @justino said:
@andrewrose said:
5/24/88 Sloth
12/5/97 Slave
I forgot about that fucking Slave! Nice work, man.
THE TYPE 2 SLAVE! MEMBAH???
, comment by justino
justino @runlikecarini said:
@justino said:
@andrewrose said:
5/24/88 Sloth
12/5/97 Slave
I forgot about that fucking Slave! Nice work, man.
THE TYPE 2 SLAVE! MEMBAH???
I am kicking myself... I have had the 12/5/97 XLII since early 1998!
, comment by PhreePhish
PhreePhish So many good jams tucked into unexpected places in Fall '97.
, comment by justino
justino I always liked the Jim -> MFMF from 12/5/97.
, comment by runlikecarini
runlikecarini @justino said:
I always liked the Jim -> MFMF from 12/5/97.
Pete recommended that to me today and gave me a youtube video link taboot!
, comment by ucpete
ucpete @runlikecarini said:
@justino said:
I always liked the Jim -> MFMF from 12/5/97.
Pete recommended that to me today and gave me a youtube video link taboot!


It's blasphemous but on most days I'd rather listen to the 12/5/97 Jim than the one they played a week earlier. Helps of course that even with -> MFMF it's only a 22 minute commitment instead of an hour... and the sound on the above video is surprisingly awesome taboot. Jammed out Jims are always awesome, but with that Fall '97 sound, you're in for a real treat.
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