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For Every Season That Has Passed Fee's Cavern is a podcast dedicated to playing whole Phish shows that are underrated and go under the radar.

For Every Season That Has Passed Fee's Cavern is a podcast dedicated to playing whole Phish shows that are underrated and go under the radar.
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For Every Season That Has Passed Fee's Cavern is a podcast dedicated to playing whole Phish shows that are underrated and go under the radar.






Episode 39: Watkins and The Hidden Tracks

This episode is a radio-style replay of many of the hidden tracks that have populated the first eight months of Fee's Cavern. Enjoy from the couch, enjoy on your way to the festival, enjoy as the hours of work tick away until the celebration begins, enjoy at the campsite. You won't be disappointed. All track dates are mentioned within the episode for further exploration. Drive on the right, pass on the left, dance in the middle.


Episode 38: Camden and MPP

The Summer Tour 18 Series rolls on with a long drive up the eastern seaboard. The first featured set rages with long, groove based jams at the heart of Piper, Weekapaug and Hood. The featured second set is one of the strongest ever featured on the podcast: fully segued, exploration in songs not usually taken for rides and head-on flow not to be missed. Drive safe everyone!


Episode 37: Austin and Atlanta

In the third installment of the Summer Tour 18 series, the focus shifts to the cities of the tour rather than the venues themselves. We also hone in on two remarkable first sets built-to-the-hilt in listenability. The first featured set is from a hot show in Austin revolving around nasty versions of classics, unique song choices and great flow. The choice for the Atlanta area is rocking from go, involves three Jam Chart tracks and a U.S. debut. Drive safe out there!


Episode 36: BGCA and The Forum

Down the California coast we go! This episode's first set is one of the most underrated second sets from BGCA with jam after jam to blow you away. A two song combo opener, a trifecta in the middle with some serious flow, and a 2001 dance party extraordinaire. The second featured set drops us off at a venue famed for rock-and-roll style nights. No Man's Land and Roggae are aspects of the celebration at the Forum.


Episode 35: Tahoe and The Gorge

Summer Tour 2018 Series: Part 1. The first set featured is a strong example of the powerful second sets from the year it was performed. It features an opening number not usually found in that slot, a great series of jams that follow it, and a muscular version of Walls of the Cave. The second set featured has four Jam Chart tracks and the combination of musical factors we all hope to hear when a tour lands at the Gorge.


Episode 34: Shoreline

Three winning features: opens with a classic, all segues are wonderful, contains one of the best Bathtub Gins of the era. Combine all of these with a funk tonality and consistent twisting of jams... and you have an underrated gem. Here's a toast to cool nights, great lights, and surprises in a show you may have never heard.


Episode 33: On The Border

You don't need a passport to get to this fine Thursday show. Wasting no time, Phish drops a sparkling Reba opener and plays one of the longest first sets of the year with great versions of Taste, The Moma Dance, and You Enjoy Myself. Set two features Limb by Limb, Also Sprach, and Piper in all their glory.


Episode 32: Bring It On

Often over looked as one of the best places to see the band, this week we check in on the Nashville area. Phish brings on guest artists to lay down some very impressive first set tracks... then Mother Nature brings on the weather and drives the band into an intense three song second set. Roggae and Back On The Train are not-to-be-missed tracks. Set two might be slightly shorter than usual, but packs a punch with thunder all around.


Episode 31: Tone and Theme

Relaxed in Southern climates, Phish lays down a tonally refreshing show on this night. Both sets display a theme of laid back appreciation for interplay. Right off the bat, the band is playing Jam Chart tracks. Surprise song positions are performed masterfully, the appropriate emphasis is placed on strong jams, and the theme of cool improvisation is carried throughout the night.


Episode 30: The Deep State

When show anniversaries pop-up, one of the coolest is The OJ Show. But what about the shows that precede it? Often overlooked is the run of shows that started the tour leading up to that night. Today's podcast is a great example of the phenomenon of looking past greatness to get to the juice. Some real treats hide in set one, but its just a prelude for the second set which really starts off one of the best weeks in Phish history to that point.


Episode 29: On The Summitt

The podcast tosses it's listeners a rare one: an indoor show in June from a college venue during the 3.0 era. The first set starts strong, features a nice Mike's Groove... and check out the back-end of Undermind! Set two contains a gorgeous three-song combo to compliment one of the top Reba's of the last decade.


Episode 28: Three-Coned Cap

Ride the rides! See the show! A night under the big top, the podcast's first foray into 3.0. This show is home to fan requests, rarities, and a stellar second set.


Episode 27: Cafe Racer

This three set show starts off with early favorites, begins to spread it's wings by the time Weekapaug Groove comes around, and closes it's first set with Machine Gun Trey tearing through You Enjoy Myself. Two new songs find ground in the middle of set two, sandwiched by good versions of Bowie and Antelope. Set three is fantastic with a great Slave and Possum.


Episode 26: Finish Line

Ending the tour with a bang, this show ranges the best parts of the first tour of this particular year. Set one ratchets up the intensity through the set-finishing Run Like An Antelope. The closing set of the tour rages, including a great Mike's Groove and layers of band member solo sections that sent early tour heads out with the knowledge that the band was at an early peak.


Episode 25: Inside the Square

Just another show from a condo complex... what? This show rocks from start to stop, making it far from underrated. However, it did not find wide circulation until the BitTorrent era began. The first set displays a band playing at the top of their game, with a fantastic Runaway Jim opener and three jam chart tracks before the break. Set two is a tour de force: strong, crafty, masterful. Split, McGrupp, and YEM will take your face off.


Episode 24: Starwood

Pre-show rain causes a change of location within the same venue. This show starts solidly before a great Stash and mid-set Squirming Coil. Set two makes an interesting listen with deft playing and a nasty, short Down With Disease. The back of the set features a fantastic Harpua and a gorgeous take on Slave to The Traffic Light.


Episode 23: Tela Tequila

A night in Charlotte full of highlights. The first frame starts with four well played numbers before hitting its stride with a bustout and a gorgeous Slave to the Traffic Light. Set two opens with crowd interaction, contains a monster David Bowie and a fun Forbin's Mockingbird.


Episode 22: Colour My World

Today's Phish podcast pays tribute to one of the hottest weeks in the early 90s. Both sets contain tight composed segments and interesting jam treatments with the second frame being one of the most talked about sets of the year. It was late one fall night at a fairground near town...


Episode 21: Buffalo Boot

Showing no ill effects from a fall and wearing an ankle brace, Trey is on his game this show. Set one features impressive bookend numbers and some intense jamming in Split Open and Melt. Set two is extra strength: the intensity of the first four songs, a rare Fishman tune, and a colossal Hood to close one heck of a first week of the year.


Episode 20: Foreign Territory

Early in this tour Phish headed north of the border. This show places a very good Stash in the keystone spot of a hard-rocking set one. The second frame features a searing Down With Disease and a fantastic Mike's Song tacking down a hot Canadian run.