All artists and vendors involved in the project donated their time to the cause and ALL proceeds from New Orleans Relief downloads, t-shirt and poster sales will be donated directly to Tipitina's Foundation and the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation.
When Hurricane Katrina battered the Gulf Coast a few weeks ago, donating the proceeds from Phish's Jazzfest performance in 1996 seemed the perfect way for the band and their fans to help bring the city's mojo full circle. In true New Orleans fashion, the beauty and joy of music can uplift spirits and help support the city's incredible network of artists and musicians.
Phish played the Ray Ban Stage just before The Funky Meters
Cars Trucks Buses with Michael Ray on trumpet
filler is from 11/7/91 II Tipitina's, New Orleans, LA
David Bowie through Possum with Colonel Bruce Hampton and some/all of the Aquarium Rescue Unit (Apt. Q-258, Oteil Burbridge, Col. Bruce Hampton, Jimmy Herring and Matt Mundy)
Love You contains elements of Hold Your Head Up
Possum contains Phish language; Simpson's, Random Note and others
Trey plays Rocky Top because it's ARU's favorite song
Phish Dry Goods is offering a new Limited Edition Jim Pollock poster (sorry, that sold out quickly!) as well as a "New Orleans Relief" T-Shirt. Click here to check them out.
To read more about Phish, their dedication to New Orleans, The Tipitina's Foundation and The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation, please click here.
Yeah, I couldn't imagine why the so called laid back people of the crescent city would get angry about a bunch of out of towners pissing in their backyard instead of finding an actual bathroom. It's
Trostorff (8/1/2011 4:40:12 PM)
Love the Hood, dually dig the Michael Ray jams. Ya Mar and YEM are choice as well
Raymond R Veege III (8/19/2010 3:27:22 PM)
anyone notice the track listing is off on this one? Am I doing something wrong...?? Tiptina's is tight.....