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Published: 2008/01/24

Phish Release Two More From the Vaults

Two of the most popular releases from will be remastered and released on CD: 5/8/93 and 12/7/1997. The earlier performance took place at Durham, NHs UNH Fieldhouse and features the groups first covers of Robert Johnsons Crossroads and the Allman Brothers Bands Jessica. The shows CD reissue also boasts some pretty hefty filler, including a version of the cover Shaggy Dog from the evenings soundcheck, both Tela and Tweezer from the bands 5/6/93 show and You Enjoy Myself from Phishs 5/5/93 gig. This particularly stacked version of You Enjoy Myself also features appearances by Col. Bruce Hampton & the Aquarium Rescue Unit and longtime Phish friend the Dude of Life.

Phishs latter performance at Dayton, OHs Ervin J. Nutter Center also features a number of notable asterisks. In addition to choice versions of Its Ice and Tube, the performance marks Phishs first cover of Talking Heads Psycho Killer since March, 30, 1993. Nodding to their new funky sound, the group also revisited Stevie Wonders Boogie On Reggae Woman for the first time since September 13. 1988.


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Tvmee August 9, 2012, 17:27:53

Santa Cruz is the best! We love it there and were at one time going to make it our home. Just a bit pricey to buy a house there. But if you are viisitng there is so much atmosphere to this place, just like this post says, you can’t help but to fall in love with the place.

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