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@Nike custom mids 🍇 from @juliamordaunt
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Pickled squash! @tomgirlkitchen
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Is the world is ready to meet the newest members of our household? Introducing Smudge and Flash Gordon! #adoptdontshop #catrescue
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Why was that tour so fun? For me it’s not about what songs are busted out or how long a jam goes (though that can be fun, too!). For me each passing note or word becomes a microcosm of the whole experience of the jam, the night, the tour - just like a hologram has the entire image within each pixel (if you will)! As bass player, I hope to feel that which is universal in a note that is passing. So I would say that this tour was fun because somehow those notes had extra time to breathe. A band with all those years of learning to relax and let go is a good first ingredient! People might not realize the degree of practice it takes to avoid being self conscious a bunch of the time. By relaxing as a bass player, I can let there be more space between the notes, gliding into the next note with a little scrape of the pick on a string, setting that note up. The note chooses itself; the scrape chooses itself. It’s amazing how much it takes to let go of each note! Like: “If I do this pattern it will fit over that shuffle groove” - NO; that’s thinking about the next moment; that’s making a decision. The better way is: “that which is universal” chooses. I felt at some of these shows that I could sing to the resonance of the room, play to the resonance of the room. Phish is so great at doing nothing that would get in the way - often not even a solo or an embellishment, just hovering in the groove or pattern and letting the room energy play the music. Thusly, YOU all choose. Maybe this is my way of saying, “Thanks everyone for choosing some great bass notes this tour by being present with us, being you, and bringing your energy.” - Mike, July 2019, VT 📸s from Alpine Valley 7/14 by @rene_huemer #phish
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🌴🐸 . . 📸 @rene_huemer
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Home for a day in the middle of tour.
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Musings about this past weekend.
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On the bus at Merriweather Post Pavilion and wanted to share this journal entry from Phish rehearsals earlier this month with you all 📘📓📘📓🖊 I’ll make it quick - today’s key to the universe, via bass notes. I’ve said for years that music is balancing acts, for it to become religious. I changed my mind!! Like balancing melody (being free) and oomph (grounding things). Now I realize it’s both always, no balancing required. Bassists want more punch and oomph even in their first high school bands, so how in the world can someone like Phil Lesh have so much oomph while being so free and melodic always? Today, after a day and a half of Phish jamming, in the middle of a jam I realized it’s not by balancing those things! It’s by having both fully, always. Every single note has oomph, whether it’s going up or down from the last one, no matter what part of the scale or the bar, whether it varies or not from all the other patterns, whether the music and lyrics that set it all up feel fresh or something that’s happened before — and every note and phrase has melody, too,100%. It doesn’t matter WHAT you’re playing, especially when there are deeper intentions, like oomph, melody, flow, joy, nirvana, anything that connects you with Mother Earth, that which is primal. Thirty-six years of jamming doesn’t hurt this equation, though it happens with my other band, too! I can’t believe the two incredible John/Jons I get to play with as drummers - Fish practices eight hours a day, and his drumming is absolutely, absolutely a wave like a surfer would ride upon, flowing in gorgeous polyrhythms, smashing against the Oahu shore. After all these years I do not believe I get to surf on that rhythm, allowing oomph and melody when the bass will play itself like it did this afternoon. - Mike™ 📸 @rene_huemer
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Makin’ new friends in Charlotte!
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Checked out a few bands with @treyanastasio at @bonnaroo yesterday including @thelemontwigs. 📸 @quarterroy
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the-drug-store.
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This is Justin aka @statusserigraph at @Bonnaroo. He’s done soooooo many posters for Phish and my band! One million of them.
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New toy in Nashville OP-Z #opz @teenageengineering
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We both played in St. Louis last night but @arze and @damsofthewest @vampireweekend came by soundcheck! 📸 @rene_huemer
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Soundcheck In St Louis 📸 @rene_huemer
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In the middle of a fresh tour cut !! 🙉⚔️
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Quite excited to go on tour. Relaxed. Excited!
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From the garden.
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Within an hour of each other.
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Vegan Uchi meal
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Tomorrow at Red Rocks !! Poster by @pkreizenbeck
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Buffalo Cauliflower !
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Next stop for my bass rig: Red Rocks this weekend with @moetheband and @whitedenimmusic and then straight to St. Louis for Phish tour. I’ll do a proper more detailed video of the rig on tour.
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RIP Griffin, my special feline buddy. I have a video of him jumping on a soundboard and turning up the bass fader with his paw! (musta been a member of CLM). He sat on my lap for meditations, stood by the sink while I brushed (I let him smell ointments for fun), and snuggled with Izzy a lot lately. Gonna miss him! It’s a hard day. This pic shows Griffin playing Ivan Neville’s organ after Ivan played and sang on Jaded at 3AM, as seen tiny-ly on the back of the Green Sparrow jewel box.
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Griffin in the ☀️
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Radish tartine, greenhouse that I mentioned on hotline @redwagonplantsvt
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    Studio daze 😃
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    @Nike custom mids 🍇 from @juliamordaunt
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    Pickled squash! @tomgirlkitchen
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    Sol LeWitt
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    Sorry for so many cat pix
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    Is the world is ready to meet the newest members of our household? Introducing Smudge and Flash Gordon! #adoptdontshop #catrescue
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    Why was that tour so fun? For me it’s not about what songs are busted out or how long a jam goes (though that can be fun, too!). For me each passing note or word becomes a microcosm of the whole experience of the jam, the night, the tour - just like a hologram has the entire image within each pixel (if you will)! As bass player, I hope to feel that which is universal in a note that is passing. So I would say that this tour was fun because somehow those notes had extra time to breathe. A band with all those years of learning to relax and let go is a good first ingredient! People might not realize the degree of practice it takes to avoid being self conscious a bunch of the time. By relaxing as a bass player, I can let there be more space between the notes, gliding into the next note with a little scrape of the pick on a string, setting that note up. The note chooses itself; the scrape chooses itself. It’s amazing how much it takes to let go of each note! Like: “If I do this pattern it will fit over that shuffle groove” - NO; that’s thinking about the next moment; that’s making a decision. The better way is: “that which is universal” chooses. I felt at some of these shows that I could sing to the resonance of the room, play to the resonance of the room. Phish is so great at doing nothing that would get in the way - often not even a solo or an embellishment, just hovering in the groove or pattern and letting the room energy play the music. Thusly, YOU all choose. Maybe this is my way of saying, “Thanks everyone for choosing some great bass notes this tour by being present with us, being you, and bringing your energy.” - Mike, July 2019, VT 📸s from Alpine Valley 7/14 by @rene_huemer #phish
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    🌴🐸 . . 📸 @rene_huemer
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    Home for a day in the middle of tour.
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    Musings about this past weekend.
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    On the bus at Merriweather Post Pavilion and wanted to share this journal entry from Phish rehearsals earlier this month with you all 📘📓📘📓🖊 I’ll make it quick - today’s key to the universe, via bass notes. I’ve said for years that music is balancing acts, for it to become religious. I changed my mind!! Like balancing melody (being free) and oomph (grounding things). Now I realize it’s both always, no balancing required. Bassists want more punch and oomph even in their first high school bands, so how in the world can someone like Phil Lesh have so much oomph while being so free and melodic always? Today, after a day and a half of Phish jamming, in the middle of a jam I realized it’s not by balancing those things! It’s by having both fully, always. Every single note has oomph, whether it’s going up or down from the last one, no matter what part of the scale or the bar, whether it varies or not from all the other patterns, whether the music and lyrics that set it all up feel fresh or something that’s happened before — and every note and phrase has melody, too,100%. It doesn’t matter WHAT you’re playing, especially when there are deeper intentions, like oomph, melody, flow, joy, nirvana, anything that connects you with Mother Earth, that which is primal. Thirty-six years of jamming doesn’t hurt this equation, though it happens with my other band, too! I can’t believe the two incredible John/Jons I get to play with as drummers - Fish practices eight hours a day, and his drumming is absolutely, absolutely a wave like a surfer would ride upon, flowing in gorgeous polyrhythms, smashing against the Oahu shore. After all these years I do not believe I get to surf on that rhythm, allowing oomph and melody when the bass will play itself like it did this afternoon. - Mike™ 📸 @rene_huemer
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    Makin’ new friends in Charlotte!
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    Checked out a few bands with @treyanastasio at @bonnaroo yesterday including @thelemontwigs. 📸 @quarterroy
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    the-drug-store.
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    This is Justin aka @statusserigraph at @Bonnaroo. He’s done soooooo many posters for Phish and my band! One million of them.
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    New toy in Nashville OP-Z #opz @teenageengineering
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    We both played in St. Louis last night but @arze and @damsofthewest @vampireweekend came by soundcheck! 📸 @rene_huemer
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    Soundcheck In St Louis 📸 @rene_huemer
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    In the middle of a fresh tour cut !! 🙉⚔️
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    Quite excited to go on tour. Relaxed. Excited!
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    From the garden.
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    Within an hour of each other.
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    Vegan Uchi meal
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    Tomorrow at Red Rocks !! Poster by @pkreizenbeck
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    Buffalo Cauliflower !
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    Next stop for my bass rig: Red Rocks this weekend with @moetheband and @whitedenimmusic and then straight to St. Louis for Phish tour. I’ll do a proper more detailed video of the rig on tour.
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    RIP Griffin, my special feline buddy. I have a video of him jumping on a soundboard and turning up the bass fader with his paw! (musta been a member of CLM). He sat on my lap for meditations, stood by the sink while I brushed (I let him smell ointments for fun), and snuggled with Izzy a lot lately. Gonna miss him! It’s a hard day. This pic shows Griffin playing Ivan Neville’s organ after Ivan played and sang on Jaded at 3AM, as seen tiny-ly on the back of the Green Sparrow jewel box.
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    Griffin in the ☀️
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    Radish tartine, greenhouse that I mentioned on hotline @redwagonplantsvt
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