The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday

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Re: The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday

Postby chefnash51 » Fri Nov 06, 2009 7:15 pm

nice - thanks for the orginal recording link. . now I am downloading ths SBD of 3.22.93. can't wait to listen!
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Re: The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday

Postby starshine526 » Thu Jan 14, 2010 7:18 pm

I tried to recently explain this story to a non-fan, who had heard of the band but never heard the story.

I was hard . . .

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Re: The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday

Postby booztravlr » Mon Aug 11, 2014 6:06 pm

starshine526 wrote:I tried to recently explain this story to a non-fan, who had heard of the band but never heard the story.

I was hard . . .

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Is that a typo or were you that excited about TMWSIY? There is no wrong answer.

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Re: The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday

Postby El Bastarde » Tue Aug 12, 2014 9:59 pm

Yeah, you can feel silly trying to explain the story…it’s best to just have someone listen.

“So, yeah, then the Mockingbird gets the book and…uh…I guess it helps the Revolution and…uh…they hire someone to kill Wilson, I think…and..uh…Errand takes over…and uh, something about a door…then someone drives over a Possum…and...uh...then it ends."
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Re: The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday

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Re: The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday

Postby OlfactoryHue » Tue Feb 27, 2018 8:56 pm

love me some tmwsiy!
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Re: The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday

Postby hosemasterflex » Wed Feb 28, 2018 5:06 am

I just re-read this thread, and realized I need to spin 3/22/93. I know I've heard it but I'm not really that familiar with it I guess.

The March '88 live Gamehenge at Nectar's might be my overall favorite, ... but again I'd better listen to the 3/22/93.

In general I don't prefer the studio version (yeah, I called it that) and maybe ultimately the Great Woods performance was the quintessential one.

What a great Phish album that doesn't exist.
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Re: The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday

Postby hosemasterflex » Sun Mar 04, 2018 6:03 am

I just rediscovered a theory that the Nectar's Gamehenge show has been a year off all along, mislabeled as 3/12/88 all this time, when it's really from 3/12/89.

What tipped me off was the Colorado '88 release! It reveals less-developed versions of some of this material, resembling the 4-track thesis recording. The Nectar's Gamehenge shows that it had evolved by then, past what we hear in Colorado '88, which was July/August.

Additional supporting clues:
Tela was announced from the stage as a debut in May of '88.
3/12/89's setlist is incomplete, one set only. And, so is "3/12/88".

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