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Phish

During the early '90s, Phish emerged as heirs to the Grateful Dead's throne. Although their music was somewhat similar to the Dead's sound -- an eclectic, free-form rock & roll encompassing elements of folk, jazz, country, bluegrass, and pop -- the group adhered more to jazz-derived improvisation than folk tradition. Moreover, they sported a looser, goofier attitude; after all, their drummer regularly played a vacuum during their concerts. However, Phish's main claim as the inheritors to the Dead's legacy was their approach to their musical career. The band didn't concentrate on albums, dedicating themselves instead to live improvisation. Within a few years of their 1988 debut, Phish had become an institution in certain sections of America, particularly college campuses and other liberal locales. While their in-concert popularity didn't necessarily translate to huge record sales (their biggest-selling albums usually halted at gold status, with the notable exceptions of Junta and A Live One), Phish's members were still the de facto leaders of the neo-hippie jam band movement.

Guitarist/vocalist Trey Anastasio, drummer Jon Fishman, and guitarist Jeff Holdsworth formed the band in late 1983 while attending the University of Vermont. After meeting and jamming in their dormitory, the trio posted flyers across campus to recruit a bassist. Mike Gordon answered the advertisement and he was soon added to the original lineup. Phish began practicing regularly and soon assembled a demo tape; by the fall of 1984, they'd also begun performing off-campus concerts. At this stage in their career, the band was augmented by percussionist Marc Daubert and, occasionally, a vocalist called the Dude of Life. Keyboardist Page McConnell soon joined the group, too, having previously booked Phish to play Goddard College's Springfest in 1985. Shortly after McConnell's arrival, Holdsworth left the group, and both Anastasio and Fishman transferred to Goddard College during the fall of 1986.

Early in 1988, Phish recorded the debut album Junta, which they sold as a cassette-only release at local shows. The group played their first tour outside of New England the following year, traveling through the Southeast. Phish also recorded another album, Lawn Boy, in 1989, although the album wasn't released until the fall of 1990 (when it was issued by the independent label Absolute A-Go-Go, a subsidiary of Rough Trade). Throughout early 1991, Phish toured America; during the summer, they recorded their third album, as well as a set of sessions with their old friend, the Dude of Life.

Rough Trade collapsed that August, taking Absolute A-Go-Go with it. Phish were left without a record contract, but they were soon signed by Elektra, which released A Picture of Nectar in February 1992. The group then embarked on an extensive national tour to support the album, including a handful of shows on the H.O.R.D.E. tour. That same summer, Elektra reissued Lawn Boy and Junta, which gave fans greater access to the band's early material. Rift, Phish's fourth album (and the first they recorded with a producer), appeared in February of 1993. During Phish's 1993 tour, the group sold tickets specifically designed for those fans who were taping the concert, a major gesture of goodwill. Hoist, the band's fifth album, was released in 1994; one of its songs, "Down with Disease," became the band's first video and received some airplay on MTV. Hoist sold better than the group's previous albums, which was an indication of how large the group's fan base had become. Crimes of the Mind, the album Phish had originally recorded with the Dude of Life in 1991, was released on Elektra Records before the year's end.

In the summer of 1995, the band released the double-live album A Live One, which attempted to definitively capture the Phish concert experience. The year 1996 saw two additional releases -- one of them a Trey Anastasio solo project (a free-form jazz side project called Surrender to the Air), and the other a full-fledged Phish album entitled Billy Breathes. Produced by Steve Lillywhite, Billy Breathes garnered the group's best reviews yet. Slip, Stitch & Pass, the band's second live LP, followed in 1997, and Phish continued their prolific output in 1998 with the studio effort Story of the Ghost. Hampton Comes Alive, a six-disc release that captured four full live sets over the course of two performances, appeared in late 1999 and went gold, a testament to Phish's rabid following.

Phish's popularity only grew during the latter half of the '90s, as their ceaseless touring had helped make them one of the top concert draws in the nation. In the spring of 2000, Phish delivered the pastoral studio effort Farmhouse, which was hailed as one of their finest and tightest releases to date; they also landed some mainstream exposure thanks to the single "Heavy Things." However, exhausted by touring and separation from their families, Phish decided to take an extended break, announcing a temporary breakup in October 2000. One month later, Elektra reissued The Siket Disc, which was previously available only through mail order; it featured improvisational tracks from the band's 1997 Story of the Ghost sessions.

Each member branched out into different directions during this period. Anastasio released a series of demos before collaborating with Primus bassist Les Claypool and former Police drummer Stewart Copeland for the bizarre Oysterhead project. He also released an eponymous solo album during the spring of 2002. Jonathan Fishman worked with his own side project, Pork Tornado, as well as the touring jazz combo Jazz Mandolin Project. Page McConnell released the first recordings from his other band, Vida Blue, and contributed keyboards to Tenacious D's first record. Mike Gordon, meanwhile, did some work with friend and former employer Col. Bruce Hampton; he also dabbled in film work, both in front and behind the camera. Finally, both Gordon and McConnell worked on Gov't Mule's The Deep End, Vol. 1.

As for the band, Phish became more a part of American culture than ever before, and they made an appearance on The Simpsons before releasing a massive set of live albums (as well as a DVD) during the spring of 2002. By the end of the year, the group bowed to pressure and announced that they would begin to play live dates again, starting at the end of December. Touring soon commenced and continued for a year and a half; however, following the release of Undermind, the group decided to officially call it quits in the summer of 2004. Of course, this didn't mean that more albums couldn't be released, as a slew of posthumous releases kept the band's spirit alive while maintaining demand for Phish's reunion. The year 2005 saw the release of a 1995 New Year's Eve concert at Madison Square Garden, 2006 witnessed another live album with Live in Brooklyn, and 2008 brought about the mammoth At the Roxy (Atlanta '93), which compiled eight discs of live concert material into one package.

Phish's official reunion arrived in March 2009, when the band played three sold-out shows at the Hampton Coliseum in Virginia. A reunion tour was launched that summer (with venues including Fenway Park and the main stage at Bonnaroo), and sporadic shows continued throughout the year. In addition to playing live, Phish also released their first studio album in years, having partnered with former Billy Breathes producer Steve Lillywhite for the creation of 2009's Joy; the album debuted at 13 on the Billboard Top 200. From that point on, Phish toured regularly, appearing at festivals of their own making and headlining other events, including the Austin City Limits Music Festival, Outside Lands, and Bonnaroo. Along the way, some archival releases appeared, including the 2013 box set Ventura, which housed two late-'90s concerts performed at the Ventura County Fairgrounds.

In 2013 Phish reconvened at their Vermont studio, the Barn, for writing sessions that resulted in a set of ten songs for a new studio album. The bulk of the songs were debuted live at their Halloween concert in Atlantic City, after which the band decamped to Nashville to record with famed producer Bob Ezrin. Entitled Fuego, the album, their tenth, was released in June 2014 and was preceded by the single "Waiting All Night." ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Fuego

1. Fuego

2. The Line

3. Devotion To A Dream

4. Halfway To The Moon

5. Winterqueen

6. Sing Monica

7. 555

8. Waiting All Night

9. Wombat

10. Wingsuit

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Track List: Niagara Falls

Disc 1
Disc 2
Disc 3
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Track List: Ventura

1. NICU

2. Wolfman's Brother

3. Chalk Dust Torture

4. Water In The Sky

5. Stash

6. Weigh

7. Piper

8. Cars Trucks Buses

9. Character Zero

10. Punch You In The Eye

11. Free

12. David Bowie

13. Cities

14. David Bowie

15. Bouncing Around The Room

16. Uncle Pen

17. Prince Caspian

18. Fire

19. My Soul

20. Ventura '97 Soundcheck Jam

21. Bathtub Gin

22. Dirt

23. Poor Heart

24. Lawn Boy

25. My Sweet One

26. Birds Of A Feather

27. Theme From The Bottom

28. Water In The Sky

29. The Moma Dance

30. Split Open And Melt

31. Drowned

32. Makisupa Polliceman

33. Maze

34. Sea And Sand

35. Prince Caspian

37. Sexual Healing

38. Hold Your Head Up

39. Halley's Comet

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Track List: Joy

1. Backwards Down The Number Line

2. Stealing Time From The Faulty Plan

3. Joy

4. Sugar Shack

5. Ocelot

6. Kill Devil Falls

7. Light

8. I Been Around

10. Twenty Years Later

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Track List: Live Phish, 12.29.97, MSG, NY

Disc 1

1. NICU (Live)

2. Golgi Apparatus (Live)

4. Cars Trucks Buses (Live)

5. Train Song (Live)

6. Theme From The Bottom (Live)

8. Dirt (Live)

Disc 2

1. Down With Disease (Live)

4. Tube (Live)

Disc 3

2. Good Times Bad Times (Live)

3. Funky B**ch (Live)

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Track List: Live In Brooklyn

Disc 1

1. A Song I Heard The Ocean Sing (Live)

4. Sample In A Jar (Live)

5. Moma Dance (Live)

6. Free (Live)

8. Maze (Live)

9. Frankenstein (Live)

Disc 2

1. 46 Days (Live)

2. Possum (Live)

4. Suzy Greenberg (Live)

5. Axilla I (Live)

6. 2001 (Live)

7. Birds Of A Feather (Live)

Disc 3

1. Mike's Song (Live)

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Track List: Undermind

Disc 1

1. Scents And Subtle Sounds (Intro)

2. Undermind

3. The Connection

4. A Song I Heard The Ocean Sing

5. Army Of One

6. Crowd Control

7. Maggie's Revenge

8. Nothing

9. Two Versions Of Me

10. Access Me

11. Scents And Subtle Sounds

12. Tomorrow's Song

13. Secret Smile

14. Grind

Disc 2
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Track List: Round Room

2. Anything But Me

3. Round Room

4. Mexican Cousin

5. Friday

6. Seven Below

7. Mock Song

8. 46 Days

9. All Of These Dreams

10. Walls Of The Cave

11. Thunderhead

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Track List: Farmhouse

1. Farmhouse

2. Twist

3. Bug

4. Back On The Train

5. Heavy Things

6. Gotta Jibboo

7. Dirt

8. Piper (Live)

9. Sleep

10. The Inlaw Josie Wales

11. Sand

12. First Tube

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Track List: The Story Of The Ghost

1. Ghost

2. Birds Of A Feather

3. Meat

4. Guyute

5. Fikus

6. Shafty

7. Limb By Limb

8. Frankie Says

9. Brian And Robert

10. Water In The Sky

11. Roggae

12. Wading In The Velvet Sea

13. The Moma Dance

14. End Of Session

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Track List: Slip Stitch And Pass (Live)

2. Wolfman's Brother (Live)

3. Jesus Just Left Chicago (Live)

5. Mike's Song (Live)

6. Lawn Boy (Live)

7. Weekapaug Groove (Live)

9. Taste (Live)

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Track List: Billy Breathes

1. Free

2. Character Zero

3. Waste

4. Taste

5. Cars Trucks Buses

6. Talk

7. Theme From The Bottom

8. Train Song

9. Bliss

10. Billy Breathes

11. Swept Away

12. Steep

13. Prince Caspian

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Track List: A Live One (Live)

Disc 1

1. Bouncing Around The Room (Live)

2. Stash (Live)

3. Gumbo (Live)

4. Montana (Live)

6. Chalkdust Torture (Live)

7. Slave To The Traffic Light (Live)

Disc 2

1. Wilson (Live)

2. Tweezer (Live)

3. Simple (Live)

5. The Squirming Coil (Live)

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Track List: Hoist

1. Julius

2. Down With Disease

3. If I Could

4. Riker's Mailbox

6. Lifeboy

7. Sample In A Jar

8. Wolfman's Brother

9. Scent Of A Mule

10. Dog Faced Boy

11. Demand

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Track List: Rift

1. Rift

2. Fast Enough For You

3. Lengthwise

4. Maze

5. Sparkle

6. Horn

7. The Wedge

8. My Friend, My Friend

9. Weigh

10. All Things Reconsidered

11. Mound

12. It's Ice

13. Lengthwise

14. The Horse

15. Silent In The Morning

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Track List: A Picture Of Nectar

1. Llama

2. Eliza

3. Cavern

4. Poor Heart

5. Stash

6. Manteca

7. Guelah Papyrus

8. Magilla

9. The Landlady

10. Glide

11. Tweezer

12. The Mango Song

13. Chalk Dust Torture

14. Faht

15. Catapult

16. Tweezer Reprise

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Track List: Lawn Boy

1. The Squirming Coil

3. My Sweet One

4. Split Open And Melt

5. The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony

6. Bathtub Gin

7. Run Like An Antelope

8. Lawn Boy

9. Bouncing Around The Room

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Track List: Junta

Disc 1

1. Fee

2. You Enjoy Myself

3. Esther

4. Golgi Apparatus

5. Foam

6. Dinner And A Movie

7. The Divided Sky

8. David Bowie

Disc 2

1. Fluffhead

2. Fluff's Travels

3. Contact

5. Sanity

6. Icculus

x

Track List: 2013/10/31 Atlantic City, NJ

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Track List: Live Phish 19: Keene, NH 07.12.91

Disc 1

2. Bouncing Around The Room (Live)

9. AC/DC Bag (Live)

10. Rocky Top (Live)

11. Cavern (Live)

13. Golgi Apparatus (Live)

Disc 2

2. Tweezer (Live)

3. My Sweet One (Live)

4. Gumbo (Live)

5. Mike's Song (Live)

7. Weekapaug Groove (Live)

9. The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony (Live)

10. Suzy Greenberg (Live)

11. Sweet Adeline (Live)

12. Frankenstein (Live)

13. Fee (Live)

14. Tweezer Reprise (Live)

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Track List: Live Phish 20: 12.29.94 Providence, RI

Disc 1

1. Runaway Jim (Live)

2. Foam (Live)

3. If I Could (Live)

5. The Horse (Live)

6. Silent In The Morning (Live)

7. Uncle Pen (Live)

8. I Didn't Know (Live)

9. Possum (Live)

Disc 2

2. Halley's Comet (Live)

4. Cracklin' Rosie (Live)

5. Good Times, Bad Times (Live)

6. My Long Journey Home (Live)

7. Sleeping Monkey (Live)

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Track List: Live Phish Downloads (Murat Theatre Indianapolis, IN 8-13-93)

Disc 1

2. Llama (Live)

3. Makisupa Policeman (Live)

4. Foam (Live)

5. Stash (Live)

6. Ginseng Sullivan (Live)

8. My Minds Got A Mind Of Its Own (Live)

Disc 2

1. Horn (Live)

4. Rift (Live)

5. Bathtub Gin (Live)

6. Ya Mar (Live)

Disc 3

1. Mike's Song (Live)

4. Suzy Greenberg (Live)

5. Amazing Grace (Live)

6. Highway To Hell (Live)

9. Ginseng Sullivan (Live)

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Track List: Phish: 1/2/2016 Madison Square Garden, New York, NY (Live)

1. Your Pet Cat (Live)

2. AC/DC Bag (Live)

3. Nicu (Live)

4. It's Ice (Live)

5. Horn (Live)

7. Axilla I (Live)

8. Maze (Live)

9. Train Song (Live)

10. Julius (Live)

11. Tweezer (Live)

12. Sand (Live)

13. Limb By Limb (Live)

14. Suzy Greenberg (Live)

18. Tweezer Reprise (Live)

x

Track List: Phish: 12/30/2015 Madison Square Garden, New York, NY (Live)

1. Sample In A Jar (Live)

2. Free (Live)

3. Simple (Live)

4. Back On The Train (Live)

5. Waiting All Night (Live)

6. 555 (Live)

7. Roggae (Live)

8. The Dogs (Live)

9. 46 Days (Live)

10. Chalk Dust Torture (Live)

11. Ghost 1 (Live)

12. Can't Always Listen (Live)

13. Ghost 2 (Live)

14. Waves (Live)

15. Bathtub Gin (Live)

16. Bouncing Around The Room (Live)

17. Weekapaug Groove 1 (Live)

18. What's The Use (Live)

19. Weekapaug Groove 2 (Live)

20. Character Zero (Live)

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Track List: The Line (Single)

1. The Line

x

Track List: The Siket Disc

1. My Left Toe

2. Fish Bass

3. The Name Is Slick

4. Quadrophonic Toppling

6. The Happy Whip And Dung Song

7. Insects

8. Title Track

9. Albert

x

Track List: Time Turns Elastic (Radio Single)

x

Track List: Waiting All Night (Single)

1. Waiting All Night

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Phish was never anything like the Dead.... the only real similarities are the long improv jams and the Phans...
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frankleonros e
it's only fitting that the torch passed to phish... now it's up to trey and the boys to create a whole new legacy...
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Phish is life!
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Good music .it's feel good music
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Yeah. ...what he said.
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hand.jive
There are many points of commonality between the Dead and Phish, but the music is not one of them. They both have a strong rhythm section that supports extended solos by a great lead player but the actual music is miles apart, really. The Dead were steeped in an outlaw Americana and for most of their career they lived on a freaky edge of society singing songs with a prominent dark side. In contrast, the Phish ouvre is dominated by a goofy sort of playfulness with virtually no edginess at all.
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LSPhreeeeeee e
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Zeppelin does not belong
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When Jerry died, deadheads were looking for more music to soothe the senses and thus discovered Phish. They're both accomplished bands with great musicianship . Love 'em, leave 'em. Quit b**chin', shut the f**k up & JAM Damn it!
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I think the comparison to The Dead is not as much about the music as it is about the community. The fact that legions of like minded folks travel from coast to coast and share the groove is where it's at man! There were lots of folks that were too young to see The Dead on tour, and this gave them a similar world to inhabit.
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Love Phish
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the4mosts
����I hate yoos
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the4mosts
I hate you guys tell Mike he's better than all of you
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S**tty description of the band... Trey has said several times that they did not take the throne. of the Dead. In the words of the band, There will never be another Jerry.
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The problem is who Pandora likens Phish too. It is unfortunate. That is like 10% of Phish. It makes me question how they decide what goes w what. I get more and better phish play of songs when I use a different channel, and not one of the ones they have linked - Disco Biscuits, MOE, String Cheese Incident, Robert Randolph, Galactic, Yonder Mountain String Band - all so much more Phish.
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Phreaky!
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swimmercello
WHOOOO!!! PHISH!!!
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Jamming. Song
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Frank Zappa and the Mother's too
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Sublime
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Vermont is the Phinest thanks for l acknowledgin g that . Add maple syrup it just sweet
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I wish I could time travel to summer '97...
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Vermont's Phinest!
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I love phish.
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skrap7
Not enough about their VT roots in the bio.
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Saw the GD at Starlake
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I just put this on my phone this rocks phish radio
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bendyke
Starlake! Wohoooo
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asbiphone
We are going to the show in Tuscaloosa on August 3rd.I can't wait to see them.My husband has no clue about their music.Needle s s to say,He will be pleasantly suprised.
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At Phish shows this song is called " Rest room Break " lol every band has at least one. And this song runs like 10 to 15 minutes long in concert . time to hit the concession stand too . maybe burn one and check the light show out lol
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Heard this one live back in 90s . 1997 i think. Amazing guitar solo at the end
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Wanna hear the original now
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importersi
It will always be Starlake to me too...
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Sawmy first show 95 Dayton Harrah arena, smoking game henge and vibe of life! My daughter was in her mothers belly at that show, And last year I got to take her to her first fish show on her 20th birthday in Chicago for the three night run! Out-of-contr o l good time! As long as the boys keep cranking out that killer sound I'll be young at heart and always around to get down!
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go to sugarmegs.or g , millions of phish and dead shows, good quality. Lots of other bands too, but the sound quality can be bad for a lot of those.
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Oh wow, I can SEE the music!!! What was in that tea?????
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Just gettin my feet wet. 1st tablet. 1st time on Pandora!
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yeah & there's a lot of other official released stuff that's not on here either. phishows.com , phishtracks. c o m or google 'phish spreadsheet'
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Acquire more soundboard tapes, as heard on satellite Radio. We've all heard this officially available stuff ten trillion times.
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I'm pulling the pavement from under my nails
I brush past a garden, dependent on whales
The sloping companion I cast down the ash
Yanked on my tunic and dangled my stash

Zipping through the forest with the curdling fleas
To grow with them spindles, the mutant I seize
I capture the dread beast who falls to his knees
And cries to his cohorts, asleep in the trees

Smegma, dogmatagram, fishmarket stew
Police in a corner, gunnin' for you
Appletoast, bedheated, furblanket rat
Laugh when they shoot yo
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tuc08834
Giant Country Horns!
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I've got goose bumps listening to this!!!!!!!! ! ! ! ! New Year's in Miami....her e I come!!!!!
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lets go phishin family...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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They are all equally talented.... s w a p p i n g instruments mid show.....tha t ' s all I got to say about that. Oh and lieutenant Daaaiiiinnnn ice cream! Maze and fluffhead... k i l l e r .
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Phish is a band
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pandora just put the new album on here. nice
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New to Phish. They're not bad.
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I love when route 89 gets shut down :) come back soon guys!
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Love lizards and chalk dust torture
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bendyke
So thankful we still have phish!! Can't wait for the next starlake show!!
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