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Episode 59: You Can Feel Good. . .


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For our latest episode of Type II Cast we’re trying something a bit different than we’ve done in the past. Our whole episode is devoted to the song Harry Hood. Panelist Scott Bernstein starts us off by giving a brief history of the tune and explaining what we’ve tried to accomplish with this episode – to figure out what makes the song so special and what makes certain versions better than others.

Over the course of the hour-long podcast, Scott talks with panelists Dave “Mr. Miner” Calarco, Steve Olker, Chris Glushko and Eric Wyman as well as first-time guest Brian Bavosa to talk about their special connection with this “quintessential Phish song.” Each guest also talks about their favorite Harry Hood. So sit back, feel good and enjoy this very special episode of Type II Cast.

Thanks for listening.

PS: Full versions of each Hood are posted in this supplement.


Episode 59

Title: You Can Feel Good . .

Host: Stephen Olker

Producer: Scott Bernstein

Guests: Brian Bavosa, Dave Calarco, Chris Glushko, Eric Wyman.

Time: 1:05:30

Size: 89mb

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14 thoughts on “Episode 59: You Can Feel Good. . .

  1. Chris is exactly right hood loses it luster without the trey shred fest at end. See great woods 94 and sugarbush 94.

  2. Comment got cut off. Great woods 1994 and Sugarbush 1994 trey completely shreds the ending. Now they just simply end the song and is a bit disappointing at times.

  3. I’ve recently [re]-fallen in love with the 1994-04-10 Alumni Arena Hood.

  4. Pingback: Supplement for Episode 59 « type II cast

  5. I can’t believe that 12-31-93 wasn’t mentioned or Sugarbush 94. I was already a bit of veteran by then, but I saw both and I’ve seen many since. I can’t say they’ve ever touched the 93 Worcester Hood.

  6. I agree, it is absolutely amazing to me that in an hour of conversation on Hood there was not a single mention of 12/31/93. I understand that it may not be any of these guys personal favs, but no credit at all or mention . . . really? To be honest It only annoyed me after hearing multiple mentions of those crappy 2.0 versions that aren’t even in the same universe.

  7. To me, this episode wasn’t about listing the best Harry Hoods. That’s been done plenty of times



    It was a discussion of what makes the song stand out and why so many fans have a personal connection with Hood. I was happy with a few of the conclusions we came to and I hope y’all enjoyed the episode even if your favorite version wasn’t mentioned.

    • agreeing with scott. I mean, I picked 12/31/98. that doesn’t make anyone’s top 10 list except for mine.

    • Scott,

      I didn’t mean to sound combative at all. I’m just of the mind that the 12-31-93 version is a definitive version of the song, especially for that era. I’m sorry if I came off as flippant. That 91-94 period was a heyday for me, so it’s near and dear to my heart. I will stay tuned!

  8. I totally understand that it didn’t land at the top of anyone’s personal favorite list, but I’m just surprised that it didn’t even get a side mention, it was just my gut reaction. And I bet if you scan all other 58 episodes of this show, this particular version has never been mentioned (the song, not the show or the run). At the same time, I bet the Albany YEM or the Went Gin get a mention in at least one out of every 10 episodes if not more often. It’s just interesting to me, maybe it’s because, as you suggested, Hood isn’t topping 3.0 show highlights with much frequency. Sorry, I mean no offense, I’m just totally biased to ’93 Phish, that was my big year following the band as a freshman/sophomore in college. This is such a great podcast, I really enjoy it, especially the convictions you guys all share about aspects of the the band that we all love. So how about this for a future episode: A New Year’s Run Battle: ’93 vs. ’95 ?

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