Thursday, September 9, 2010

Video: Phish "Run Like An Antelope" 11.2.1996 Coral Sky DVD Preview




  

Hidden Track: The B List - Phish Bust Out The Bust Outs



Judging by The Raw Totals over at ZZYZX’s website, Phish has played 736 different songs in the 1298 shows that we know about and have setlists for. 310 of those were one-timers, that number may seem high but remember that includes things like: Che Hun Ta Mo, Dickie Scotland, Merry Pranksters Jam, Metal Bagel Death – you get the idea. As Phish continues to dig deeper into their massive catalog of songs, I thought I’d take a look at a few songs that have been played exactly once that I think might be worthy of at least a second performance, if not a third and fourth.

Visit Hidden Track for the complete rundown with audio and video samples. My choice would be Clone from Mike's collaboration with Leo Kottke. I'm always in favor of more Mike tunes. - Justin

  

  

Mr. Miner: This Is Mike's Song Too




Ironically, it was Mike’s work with this solo project that brought him back to Phish far more polished and prepared than his band mates in 2009. And since their comeback, Phish has sculpted their new sound around the creative lead-presence of their all-world bassist. Trey has taken a step back, happily willing to co-lead jams with his partner in a move that has dramatically increased the diversity of Phish jams this year. And while Trey, Page, and Fish take a break this season, Mike will be right back out there honing his skills for what is sure to be a stellar December.Aat the end of the day, Mike Gordon simply loves to innovate with his bass. And for two straight months this fall, that is exactly what he will do.

 

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