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  1. Jut
    Experimenting with the debut of their album’s title track, Phish gave us an early taste of ’03 psychedelia. This piece provides a glimpse into the ultra-textured, ambient improv that the band embraced throughout their comeback year. Toad’s Place, New Haven, CT 3/07 – Sherman Theatre, Stroudsburg, PA The Divided Sky, The Lizards.
  2. Nira
    The sound from inside the arena wafted through the air ducts, allowing us to hear more clearly what was going on inside. The band was in the middle of the triumphant guitar solo jam that leads into the coda of “Divided Sky”, one of my very favorite pieces of Phish music. Damn, we’ve gotta get in there, I thought.
  3. Voodookus
    Bob Dylan / Toads Place / 4CD / Zion. Translated text: Toad’s Place, New Haven, Connecticut, USA 12th January As another big point of is that you have met with public rehearsal that took place divided into four sets on a single disk, respectively. new songs such as “Wiggle Wiggle” from the album “UNDER THE RED SKY.
  4. Nikobei
    Mar 01,  · This was Phish’s 1st show at Toad’s Place. It was an and-over show. The flyer advertisting the gig read “Find stylalcuramamiccomapatsidepor.coinfo PHISH”. This setlist was adopted from circulating fan tapes. Weekapaug Groove included a tease of the Bonanza Theme (Jay Livingston/Ray Evans cover). The Cement Shoes Blues Band opened.
  5. Akigar
    Divided Sky opened on Valentine’s Day It is called a bar, restaurant, café and music venue — but, most of all, a gathering place for the people of Meyers. “There is no particular reason we opened on that date except that the timing was right and we just went for it,” says Levy.
  6. Kizilkree
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  7. Dagor
    Sep 11,  · The thing is that Phish really could never write pop songs. But you listen for the jams, not the songs. The "composition" songs (YEM, Fluffhead, Reba, Guyute, etc.) are more interesting than any of Phish's attempts at pop. The only Phish album I can recommend for people into non-jamband music would be The Siket Disc.
  8. Zolobei
    User Reviews 5 Approval 93% Soundoffs 52 Album Ratings Objectivity 62% Last Active pm Joined Forum Posts 55 Review Comments 16,

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