Phish Plays 50-Minute “Tweezer” In Memphis, On This Day In 1995 [Listen]

first_imgWhen scrolling through the glorious annals of Phish.net, one might notice there are almost too many great Phish shows which took place on June 14th to keep count. Over the years, the band from Vermont debuted “Piper”, “Twist”, “Saw It Again”, “Dirt”, and more in the same show on June 14th, 1997, and even jammed with Bruce Springsteen during a performance at Bonnaroo on June 14th, 2009. There was even a stand-out performance on June 14th, 2000 which took place in Japan, which included a grooving four-song second set and featured some great instrumental work from the quartet.For the life-long Phish fans, perhaps no song in the band’s repertoire (with the exception of, say, “Runaway Jim”) is better suited for long-stretching improvisation than “Tweezer”, which infamously made Phish 3.0 history on this day 25 years ago in 1995, when Phish unleashed a 50-minute monster jam within the framework of the song for their fans in Memphis, TN.Related: Phish (a.k.a. ‘Third Ball’) Debuts “Character Zero” And “Waste”, On This Day In 1996 [Listen]Take a moment to let those words sink in: a 50-minute “Tweezer. That’s two full episodes of How I Met Your Mother with some time leftover to bash the show’s terrible series finale.According to Phish.net, “This 50+ minute Tweezer included a brief ‘Gypsy Queen’ jam, a ‘2001’ tease, a ‘Slave’-like jam, and a Digital Delay Loop Jam with whistling.” Sure, you can reduce a jam of this magnitude to a simple sentence, but the best way to experience it is, of course, to listen.Without further ado, here’s the full audio from Phish’s June 14th, 1995 performance at the Mud Island Amphitheater in Memphis, TN with the above-mentioned legendary “Tweezer” coming in at the tail end of the band’s three-song encore.Phish – Mud Island Amphitheater – 6/14/95 [Full-Show Audio][Video: fromtheaquarium]Setlist: Phish | Mud Island Amphitheater | Memphis, TN | 6/14/95Set One: Don’t You Want To Go?, Gumbo > NICU, Mound, Cavern > Possum, All Things Reconsidered, Amazing Grace[1], The Horse > Silent in the Morning, Spock’s Brain > Split Open and MeltSet Two: Also Sprach Zarathustra > Poor Heart > Tweezer[2], Acoustic Army, While My Guitar Gently WeepsEncore: Simple[3], Rocky Top > Tweezer RepriseNotes:[1] Without microphones.[2] 50+ minutes; whistling.[3] A cappella ending.Teases:· Gypsy Queen, Also Sprach Zarathustra, and Slave to the Traffic Light jams in Tweezer· Stairway to Heaven tease· Jump Monk tease in Simple· Jean Pierre tease in Possumlast_img read more

6 technologies transforming the member experience today

first_img continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Amid the COVID-19 crisis, credit unions should continue to incorporate emerging technologies into their business. Ongoing improvements of digital capabilities can empower credit unions to transform their member experience today and thrive well into the future.AI and Machine LearningAI and machine learning, which use data and computer algorithms to automate human-centered tasks, can facilitate better data management and more organizational efficiency. These technologies also can provide predictive analytics that give credit unions deeper insights into member behavior and uncover patterns and trends into how members engage with their products and services. This can increase their marketing effectiveness, allowing them to personalize their offerings and deliver more responsive customer service.The CloudCredit unions collect an inordinate amount of member data. The cloud can drive cost savings and efficiency by reducing their data storage fees and enabling more integration and data sharing between systems. With these advantages, credit unions can speed their time to market and reinvest into other areas of their business that help them more swiftly respond to new customer behaviors and expectations.last_img read more

Thurs Sars prepare for Munster action

first_imgThey overcame the North Tipp by the narrowest of margins with just a point in it at the end A 7th minute Conor Lanigan goal set Thurles up and they led at half time. Aiden McCormack, Denis Maher and Conor Lanigan scores kept Sars in the ascendency.Barry Heffernan, Michael Heffernan and Andrew Coffey goals brought Nenagh into the game but it wasn’t enough and Sars were victorious by the minimum  Full time score at Semple Stadium on a 1-18 to 3-11  Sarsfields captain Paidi Maher said it was sweet victory after putting in a lot of hard work and they are delighted it paid off.+last_img

WGC-Dell Match Play: Defending champion Bubba Watson feels good entering the week

first_img WGC-Dell Match Play: Jason Day, Phil Mickelson headline star-studded group; Tiger Woods seeking fourth title “I’m trying to look at top 10s and why players come in top 10s in certain tournaments,” he added. “This week, stats are misleading because it’s one-on-one.”The World Golf Championships event starts with 16 groups of four players, divided by their world ranking, contesting round-robin matches from Wednesday through Friday and only the group winners will advance to Saturday’s round of 16.Despite Watson’s success at last year’s event, he isn’t the biggest fan of match play.“I vote every year not to have Match Play because I feel like I have a better chance in 72 holes than I do in individual (matches),” Watson said at the Valspar Championship. “Because we have seen every year a guy shoot in the 60s and lose, and then we see a guy shoot in the 70s and win. And it’s like, wait a second, how fair is this?” Watson will be grouped with Jordan Spieth, Billy Horschel and Kevin Na.They will go against a star-studded field that includes one of the best match-play golfers ever in Tiger Woods. “I feel good. This my fourth week in a row trying to play into some better spot. Trying to get the ball striking where I want it to be and working on this arm-lock putting,” Watson said. “Inside 10 feet it feels like it’s getting a lot better.”Watson is coming of a top finish at last week’s Valspar Championship. He ended that tournament in a tie for fourth place. It was his second top-10 finish of the season. Related News Bubba Watson will be defending his championship at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play event this week after three consecutive tournaments.But the 12-time PGA Tour champion isn’t showing any signs of fatigue. Watson said he felt good in a press conference Tuesday at the Austin Country Club in Texas.last_img read more