Monday 03/18/2019 by ucpete

MYSTERY JAM MONDAY PART 367

Welcome to the 367th edition of Phish.Net's Mystery Jam Monday, the third of March. This week's puzzle comes to you courtesy of MJM Hall of Famer @jimsleftear – special shout out to the Emeritus crew for the endless stream of jam recommendations! 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 the two mystery clips. 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:

Answer: Coming in hot on the hint, @HarborSeal picks up his sixth win! He noticed the hint as a photo from the film Garden State - the home of fellow MJM host @wforwumbo - and successfully picked out the 7/25/93 Tweezer and 6/23/95 Runaway Jim. And now the clock is on for when (and not if!) @HarborSeal picks up a seventh win and joins the promise land of the emeriti! Will it happen next week? Stay tuned to find out!


Comments

, comment by LakePhan
LakePhan that first jam is right on the edge of my mind, I'm looking forward to the Phish geniuses who reflexively know it to point me to the performance!
, comment by HarborSeal
HarborSeal Tweezer 7/25/93
Jim 6/23/95
, comment by LakePhan
LakePhan @HarborSeal said:
Tweezer 7/25/93
Jim 6/23/95
I had just figured out the theme and that Tweezer, checked back to listen to the second clip and you beat me to it!
, comment by A_Buddhist_Prodigy
A_Buddhist_Prodigy I could've swore that the second one was going into Swept Away! There were a few that were really close and I was really excited that I might actually get one clip . . . alas you are all way too impressive again! Nice work.
, comment by HarborSeal
HarborSeal Great clips, by the way. Neither is on a jam chart, but both are sweet. That Tweezer jam from 93 rips. There's something about that 92-93 sound that is just so pure.

The second clip had me thinking 99-00, with the loops, but no. 6/23/95 is an excellent show, with one of the stronger first sets pre-97. The Reba is fantastic and unique, and YEM is a top shelf version, with an absolutely phenomenal main jam segment. The second set is probably below average for Summer 95, as it doesn't have one of those 30 minute Type-72 explorations into the deepest reaches of space that were typical on that tour. Still, the Jim is excellent, and the Antelope really stands out: it's exploratory and fiery, maybe the best version of 95 outside of 10/24. The Waterloo antics and the songs with Popper close out the show well.

Summer 95, man. What a tour.
, comment by jimsleftear
jimsleftear @HarborSeal said:
Great clips, by the way. Neither is on a jam chart, but both are sweet. That Tweezer jam from 93 rips. There's something about that 92-93 sound that is just so pure.

The second clip had me thinking 99-00, with the loops, but no. 6/23/95 is an excellent show, with one of the stronger first sets pre-97. The Reba is fantastic and unique, and YEM is a top shelf version, with an absolutely phenomenal main jam segment. The second set is probably below average for Summer 95, as it doesn't have one of those 30 minute Type-72 explorations into the deepest reaches of space that were typical on that tour. Still, the Jim is excellent, and the Antelope really stands out: it's exploratory and fiery, maybe the best version of 95 outside of 10/24. The Waterloo antics and the songs with Popper close out the show well.

Summer 95, man. What a tour.
That Tweezer is great. I love that riff there that’s why I picked it.
I was hoping the 99-00 sound on the second clip would lead some folks on a wild goose chase.
Well done.
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