I'm gonna ignore the mean spirited nature of the post below and entertain this thought as I've contemplated this before.. My guess is that the vast majority of Jerry Garcia Band's music still exists on physical media which isn't conducive to scrobbling. Trey's band on the other hand has existed entirely in the age of digital media sharing and piracy. Jerry also only put out one studio album under that moniker and one live album in the time that he was alive. I'm an avid scrobbler, but will admit that the majority of my listening to jgb as of late have been buying the garcialives and the newest on brodway cds and listening to em in my car. Touring also clearly dictates listening trend if you look closely. Something that is only supported by the seldom jgb specific cover band or melvin's various endeavors of which I saw a few this weekend and lemme tell you he hasn't lost it. In fact he played with Ray and Tony from TAB, so there is a mutual respect there and you need to appreciate that
PHISH in 3D was fucken kick ass.. i wanted to get up and dance so bad.. my boyfriend got pissed because he was convinced I was getting off to Trey.. i couldn't help but laugh. absolutely aMAZEing! ...we're the rolling stones.. lol need to see you guys again soon, damnit!
@ brocklumber: I don't think that Soul of the RIver bear too much resemblance to Phish oder Trey Anastasio, I think they sound a lot more like Red Hot Chili Peppers or Dave Matthews Band. Quite Nice though.
And as long as Im here: TREY RULES! Wonderful music!
obliviously if your a fan of Treys, then chances are pretty good that your a fan of Phish's, in which case i would humbly ask you to check out my group:
xanax and perc isnt hard shit, your right. but the black tar heroin they found on him is hard shit. regardless, i hope he gets better, bar 17 is awesome, and his performace at langerado last weekend was incredible, i think he's getting clean cuz i havent heard him play like that in a while.
I'd say it's my least favorite of his solo albums (though I've never listened to Seis de Mayo). I did enjoy it quite a bit, it is more eclectic than Shine, but just didn't capture me the whole way through as the other two have.