QuantumTubaMan's Profile

About me:I used to be tubaman3 on these forums.
Member Since:April 28, 2006
Last Login:June 20, 2012
Location:Salt Lake City, UT
Music means to me:An excellent way to have fun.
General Interests:Jam Bands, Progressive Rock, Jazz, Tuba, Physics, Mathematics, Nanotechnology, Astrophysics, Post Rock, Math Rock, Hard Rock, "Thinking Man's Metal", Keller Williams, Bela Fleck & the Flecktones, New Monsoon, Blues, Comedy, Funk, Experimental Techno, Fusion (both musical and nuclear), Logic & Reason, Biochemistry, Analytic Number Theory, Tensor Calculus, the Mahavishnu Orchestra, Quantum Mechanics, Estradasphere, Chemical Engineering, Nerdfighting
Other Distractions:Books: Terry Pratchett, Jasper Fforde, Carl Hiassen, Kurt Vonnegut, Carl Sagan, Ray Bradbury, Richard Dawkins, George Orwell, Stephen Hawking, Douglas Adams, John Steinbeck, Bertrand Russell, Thomas Paine, Bill Maher, Neal Stephenson, Isaac Asimov, Orson Scott Card, Stephen Baxter, Noam Chomsky, Emma Goldman

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QuantumTubaMan's Journal

Phish
Fri 11/9/2007 7:54PM
Phish is/were/will be/always are amazing.  Indeed, they made the jam band world what is today by successfully bringing together the brilliant musical worlds of the great titans: The Grateful Dead and Frank Zappa.  Withoug them, the element of humor and amazing proggish genre bending found in our scene might never have come to be. It should be pretty obvious that I am trying to win the Phish '96 stuff.   After all, who wouldn't want free Phish merchandise.

Phish: Gloriously Eclectic, Brilliantly Influential