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November 14, 2017 09:41 PM PST

This week we are joined by a return guest, Wally Holland, who helps us run through what we're calling "turning points" in Phish history. This is a two-part episode, because obviously, there are lots of turning points in the history of the band.

The idea for this episode started with a Twitter conversation, sparked by yet again another listen to the Baker's Dozen Lawn Boy. We talk about many turning points—let us know what you think, we're eager to hear what you would have included. And join us next week for part 2, as we pick up from 1997 through the present. 

Got 2 minutes? Review us on iTunes

And if you love the podcast and want to hear more, check out HF Pod Plus

Lastly, if you want an HF Pod t-shirt, we have men's and women's here.

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8/13/93 Bathtub Gin

5/7/94 Tweezer > Sparks > Makisupa > DDL Jam > Sweet Emotion Jam > Walk Away

11/2/94 Tweezer

12/29/94 Bowie

6/14/95 Tweezer

11/2/96 Crosseyed

8/17/97 2001 > Art Jam > Hood

November 01, 2017 12:00 AM PDT

We have something really exciting this week. We were joined by Brian and David from Beyond the Pond, a podcast that we really enjoy and respect. These guys bring their immense Phish and music knowledge to this episode—and part 2 of our discussion will be on Beyond the Pond. So be sure and subscribe today, if you're not already subscribed.

The conversation touches on our musical histories, our favorite music growing up, and of course, how we stumbled upon Phish. Really fun stuff. You can listen to this episode directly here.

Want an HF Pod t-shirt? Check out the men's and women's versions here. If you can, please support HF Pod Plus, where we do a couple extra podcasts every month. And if you haven't yet, review us on iTunes. It helps other people find the podcast.

October 26, 2017 05:20 PM PDT

We are very grateful for all of the support of HF Pod Plus. We're making our most recent episode free and open to the public, to give you a better sense of what we're up to there.

Here is our most recent episode, a deep dive into October 1989 (next one will come out next week).

The fun thing about HF Pod Plus is that it gives us the ability to get into detail on a specific month in Phish history, with our typical mix of conversation and music.

If you want to join HF Pod Plus, you can do so for as little as $2/month (or more if you are able). All of the money is used to pay for hosting costs, podcasting equipment, merchandise, and the like.

That's it! More Phish content and more fun for everyone. Thanks again for your support!

October 16, 2017 06:09 PM PDT

This episode we are joined by Josh, who talks with us about Phish and yoga. He's a yoga instructor, and a big Phish fan. He worked with us on a playlist of Phish jams that makes up a pretty great 60-minute vinyasa flow class. The tracks below are aligned with different elements of a vinyasa flow. 

Even if you don't practice yoga or you're not into it, you'll like this playlist. Take our word for it. Tracks below. 

If you're in Nashville, Memphis, or Oxford, Mississippi, you can check out the yoga studio that Josh teaches at, Hot Yoga Plus

Also, in the rare chance that you haven't seen it, here's a link to Trey guesting with the Tedeschi Trucks Band at the Beacon Theater. The Mountain Jam is pretty wonderful. 

Oh also, we still have t-shirts. Check out the men's and women's versions here. If you can, please support HF Pod Plus, where we do a couple extra podcasts every month. And if you haven't yet, review us on iTunes. It helps other people find the podcast. 

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2/28/03 Soul Shakedown Party (Setting intentions for class)

12/31/95 PYITE (Core strengthening/Warmup)

11/17/97 Ghost (Sun A & B)

7/15/98 Tweezer -> California Love -> Tweezer (Flow 1)

12/30/13 Chalk Dust Torture (Flow 1/Flow 2)

7/29/03 Gotta Jibboo (Flow 2/Floor work)

12/7/97 Tube > Tube jam (Flow 3/Heart openers/Backbends)

4/5/98 McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters (Stretch out)

8/23/15 What's the Use (Savasana)

Intro/Outro Music: Nirvana, Come As You Are

October 03, 2017 08:57 PM PDT

This week, we're excited to talk with Ryan Chiachiere, who is known for his awesome work on Trey's Guitar Rig.

We talk with Ryan about, well, guitar stuff, complete with a deep dive on Trey's equipment and setup, and complimented by lots of snippets. We also talk about how those effects and sounds have changed over time, and tap into Ryan's deep Phish and music knowledge.

If you can, please support HF Pod Plus, where we do a couple extra podcasts every month.

And if you haven't yet, review us on iTunes. It helps other people find the podcast. And if you can, support the Mockingbird Foundation. Great cause and a way to bring more music to more people.

Oh also, we still have t-shirts. Contact us for links to buy a shirt!

September 21, 2017 08:31 PM PDT

This week we're back with two guests, Adam Lioz and Shaunea Robinson. They came to us through a post Adam wrote on Headcount.org, called “Phish Scene So White: Let’s Talk."

We talk about Adam and Shaunea's Phish journeys, the post Adam wrote, the feedback from the piece, and hear about Shaunea's experience at Phish shows. And then we play some music that they both chose (tracks below). You can listen to this episode directly here.

If you can, please support HF Pod Plus, where we do a couple extra podcasts every month. And if you haven't yet, review us on iTunes. It helps other people find the podcast. And if you can, support the Mockingbird Foundation. Great cause and a way to bring more music to more people.

Oh also, we still have t-shirts. Check out the men's and women's versions here.

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Shaunea's picks

12/12/97, Saw It Again

8/8/98, Cavern

7/1/11, Peaches en Regalia

8/14/15, Llama 


Adam's picks

8/7/09, Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley

7/27/13, Antelope

10/27/13, Rock & Roll

8/5/17, Gotta Jibboo 

 

Intro/Outro Music: Phish, 46 Days, 8/15/15

September 12, 2017 12:00 AM PDT

This week, we're back with a very special interview with Katy Tur. As most of you know, she's known for her Phish banter on air, and probably better known as the host of MSNBC Live, which airs every weekday afternoon at 2pm ET. She also occasionally fills in on MTP Daily and other NBC news programs.

We had a great conversation with Katy, that ranged from her favorite Phish tunes to a history of a fandom, and to her book, which comes out today, September 12, Unbelievable: My Front-Row Seat to the Craziest Campaign in American History. Order it now!

If you can, please support HF Pod Plus, where we do a couple extra podcasts every month. And if you haven't yet, review us on iTunes. It helps other people find the podcast. And if you can, support the Mockingbird Foundation. Great cause and a way to bring more music to more people.

September 05, 2017 02:17 PM PDT

This is a hybrid episode, as we talk about night 3 of Dick's, while also recapping the whole run. 

Brad and RJ do an intro discussion, and then play interviews about the run with Zac as well as Luke. We include some music as well (tracks below), with some fresh audience recordings. We hope you enjoy. 

We now have HF Pod t-shirts! Check out the men's and women's versions, and buy one! 

We'll be back next week with a very special episode, an interview with MSNBC's Katy Tur. We're really excited about that one. 

If you can, please support HF Pod Plus, where we do a couple extra podcasts every month. And if you haven't yet, review us on iTunes. It helps other people find the podcast.

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Theme from the Bottom (night 1)

No Men in No Man's Land (night 1)

Everything's Right (night 2)

Winterqueen > What's the Use (night 2)

Most Events Aren't Planned (night 3)

Down With Disease (night 3)

Photo courtesy of Stephport Photography

Intro/Outro Music: Sublime, 'Doin Time

September 03, 2017 12:15 PM PDT

For today's Quick Hit we are glad to be joined by Brian Brinkman, the co-founder and co-host of the Beyond the Pond podcast. You all should listen to it if you haven't yet. Brian shares his thoughts on night 2 of Dick's, and we play a little music of course.

Enjoy, and see you again tomorrow! If you haven't yet, review us on iTunes and spread the word about the podcast. 

Photo courtesy of Stephport Photography

Intro/Outro Music: Sublime, Doin' Time

September 02, 2017 11:39 AM PDT

For today's Quick Hit we are joined by Mike Lowe, who gives us his thoughts on the first night of Dick's. We share some of the No Men from last night as well.

Enjoy, and see you again tomorrow! If you haven't yet, review us on iTunes

Intro/Outro Music: Sublime, Doin' Time

Photo courtesy of Stephport Photography

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