Torrents: Phish, Grateful Dead, Rubblebucket, Tame Impala

September 8, 2010

Rubblebucket – ‘Masters From Their Day’ #1 – “Came Out Of A Lady” [Video]

In this first episode of Benchmark’s ‘Masters From Their Day’, a series that challenges artists to create a song in a single day, Rubblebucket takes on their catchy new tune “Came Out of Lady.” Watch the group inside the studio laying down this sensational track.

Tame Impala – “Solitude is Bliss” [Video]

Tame Imapala is described as “psychedelic hypno-groove melodic rock music.” Hailing from Perth, Australia, the trio is made up of multi-instrumentalists Kevin Parker, Jay Watson, and Dominic Simper (with the addition of Nick Allbrook for live performances). This song comes off their new album Innerspeaker released in May 2010.
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Phish at Jones Beach Recordings by Scott Bernstein [Torrent]

Esteemed NY taper Scott Bernstein has shared his recordings of Phish’s recent shows from Nikon at Jones Beach Theatre. These two shows closed out Phish’s summer 2010 tour with a bang, in more than one way. The first night was highlighted by an exploratory version of “Backwards Down the Number Line” while the second showcased a lengthy jam on the band’s newest jam vehicle, “Light”. The sound quality is pristine, as can be expected from Mr. Bernstein. [8.17.10] [8.18.10]

Grateful Dead 1991.09.24 “Desolation Row”

This video shows the Grateful Dead performing Dylan’s “Desolation Row” at Boston Garden on September 24, 1991. Bobby provides a stirring rendition of Dylan’s timeless classic with enough emotion to stir the soul. Over forty years later, the power of this song still remains.*

Dog Gone Blog 2010 Best Jams Part I [Audio]

Dog Gone Blog has shared a new audio post that revisits some of the highlight moments from Phish’s 2010 summer tour. From Camden’s “Chalkdust” to Alpine’s "Disease">"What’s The Use", this two hour-long audio post displays the band’s continually evolving improvisational approach.

Here is the link to the audio