Phish (also known as The White Tape) is a self-produced album released by the American rock band Phish on cassette in 1986. Often cited as the first Phish "album", The White Tape was originally a collection of original material that the band used as a demo/sample tape for venues, and was sometimes labelled "Phish" or simply "Demo". The album was widely circulated among Phish fans for more than a decade before being officially released in 1998.
I'd Rather Be Sailing. Southern Rock Black Oak Arkansas. Lista de Bandas Southern Rock Black Oak Arkansas I'd Rather Be Sailing. adicionar as letras do álbum. adicionar uma crítica. Membros têm este álbum2. 1. I'll Take Care of You.
Etta James - I'd Rather Be Blind (Live at Montreux 1975).
This is "Still Phishin'" second album. On this album they cover the following Phish songs: All Things Reconsidered, First Tube, You Enjoy Myself, Julius, Maze, Farmhouse, Weekapaug Groove, Mike's Song, Down With Disease, and Waste. Yes they still play some of the sound effects, such as the clock sound in Maze, or the weird sounds in down with disease, but overall it isn't the same as Phish. You enjoy myself shows vast musicianship from each member. The banjo, and Fiddle do the most as impressive goes, but that is to be expected from a bluegrass band
Undermind' is Phish's 11th album, and would be the last studio album they would release until 2009. It would also be a good indication, considering the output they had with this and the previous two studio albums, that they needed a break, or something. Fee" is rather straightforward rock with a very funny story line. Listen closely and you'll hear a story that sounds like it's taken from a soap opera of sorts, albeit a rather warped soap opera that uses a piece of paper as a murder weapon. The next track is a great example of the genius that you'll find throughout this album called "You Enjoy Myself" and is mostly instrumental except for a few words that appear deep into the track.
One of the greatest examples of that can be found at Madison Square Garden for the past two weeks: Phish’s historic Bakers Dozen, 13 nights of exquisite music brought to you by four maestros of music-Trey Anastasio, Page McConnell, Mike Gordon and Jon Fishman. Each night, a new and fresh interpretation of their music, played with nary a repeat and even includes a few new cover songs in a playful manner that is purely Phish. Double chocolate gave us a raucous, funk filled You Sexy Thing by Hot Chocolate off their album Hot Chocolate. Get there early enough and you may even get to sample a doughnut provided by the band-just be wary; the band warns to be careful of the brown doughnuts, a tongue in cheek reference to the infamous Woodstock brown acid incident of 1969.
Still Phishin': A Bluegrass Tribute to Phish 2 is a bluegrass tribute album to the rock band Phish led by Alabama-based bluegrass collective Rollin' in the Hay. The songs' arrangements were constructed by bandleader Rick Carter. Unlike the previous Phish bluegrass tribute album Gone Phishin, this album features a number of rare songs, some of which (such as "Mike's Song") were never released on a Phish studio album.
|1-1||Buried Alive >|
|1-3||Sample In A Jar|
|1-5||The Mango Song|
|1-6||Down With Disease >|
|1-8||It's Ice >|
|1-9||Fast Enought For You|
|1-10||I Didn't Know|
|1-11||Split Open & Melt|
|2-1||Possum (Blues Ending) >|
|2-2||Cavern / Wilson / Cavern >|
|2-3||NJCV (NICU) >|
|2-9||Slave To The Traffic Light|
|2-11||E: My Sweet One > Tweezer (Reprise)|
NotesLive at Big Birch, Patterson New York, July 13, 1994.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): TOR-019 MADE IN TAIWAN 950807-05 67800XK1
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): 22013 TOR-020 MADE IN TAIWAN 950807-03
- Mastering SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI L601
- Mastering SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI L602