Free Download: Live Bait Vol. 04

Phish has just released Live Bait Vol. 04, featuring almost four hours of music played in or near venues the band will be playing this summer. Consisting mostly of dark-horse jams – for instance, passing over the PNC 2000 Drowned > Rock n’ Roll in favor of the YEM from the previous summer, and featuring the excellent Twist > Slave from 7/4/00 instead of the more famous 30-minute Jibboo from the same set – the release was compiled by archivist Kevin Shapiro.

Full tracklist is as follows:

1. Scent of a Mule (1996-06-06 Joyous Lake – Woodstock, NY) (12:05)
2. You Enjoy Myself (1999-07-15 PNC Bank Arts Center – Holmdel, NJ) (25:00)
3. The Landlady > Tweezer (1993-08-12 Meadow Brook Music Festival – Rochester Hills, MI) (16:27)
4. Mike’s Song > Contact > Weekapaug Groove (1995-06-20 Blossom Music Center – Cuyahoga Falls, OH) (36:47)
5. Split Open and Melt (1994-06-21 Cincinnati Music Hall – Cincinnati, OH) (15:10)
6. NO2 (1999-07-13 Tweezer Center aka Great Woods – Mansfield, MA) (5:36)
7. My Friend My Friend > McGrupp (1993-08-07 Darien Lakes Performing Arts Center – Darien Center, NY) (17:54)
8. Twist > Slave to the Traffic Light (2000-07-04 E Centre – Camden, NJ) (29:50)
9. Free > What’s the Use (1999-07-09 Merriweather Post Pavilion – Columbia, MD) (19:27)
10. Axilla > My Sweet One > Run Like an Antelope (1993-07-28 Grady Cole Center – Charlotte, NC) (17:38)
11. David Bowie > Catapult > Bowie (1994-06-29 Walnut Creek Amphitheater – Raleigh, NC) (13:12)
12. Divided Sky (1997-08-02 Gorge Amphitheatre – George, WA) (15:28)

You can stream Live Bait Vol. 01 (compiled from Summer ’10 Leg 1) and download Live Bait Vol. 03, a sampler of jams from Worcester. Phish has removed the link for Vol. 02.