Live Phish, Vol. 12

Performers Phish

Elektra | April 16, 2002 | Compact Disc

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Phish: Trey Anastasio, Jon Fishman, Mike Gordon, Page McConnell.
The 12th in this historic collection of live two-track recordings taken from the band's mixing desk is, as you'd expect, heavily jam-centric, featuring Trey Anastasio's fiery, Robert Fripp-influenced guitar histrionics and some high-octane tempos, resulting in a resemblance to a somewhat more rock-oriented Mahavishnu Orchestra. In contrast "The Lizards" is a sweetly lyrical Brazilian-flavored excursion around Anastasio's fretboard, and the down-tempo ballad "Strange Design" carries distinct echoes of early-'70s Pink Floyd.
Throughout, Anastasio is the star, displaying the kind of guitar expertise that's doubtless launched countless Saturday morning guitar heroes at the local music store, while the band delves deep into the unexplored jazz-rock territory typified by the set-closing "David Bowie." The band's confidence had obviously blossomed by the time of this confident set, which captures the Phish/Anastasio phenomenon in full musical bloom, and finds it skillfully melding its well-known eccentricity and musical smarts in one smooth package.

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: April 16, 2002

Genre: Fusion

Style: Jazz Instrument

Number of Discs: 3

Studio/Mixed/Live: Live

Label Name: Elektra

UPC: 075596275620

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Live Phish, Vol. 12

Performers Phish

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: April 16, 2002

Genre: Fusion

Style: Jazz Instrument

Number of Discs: 3

Studio/Mixed/Live: Live

Label Name: Elektra

UPC: 075596275620


Title Track Time
0.DISC 1: --
1.Divided Sky, The --
2.Tube --
3.Tela --
4.Maze --
5.Fast Enough For You --
6.Old Home Place --
7.Punch You in the Eye --
8.Llama --
9.Glide --
10.Slave to the Traffic Light --
0.DISC 2: --
1.AC/DC Bag --
2.Lizards, The --
3.Mike's Song --
4.Lifeboy --
5.Weekapaug Groove --
6.Somewhere Over the Rainbow --
0.DISC 3: --
1.Waste --
2.Train Song --
3.Strange Design --
4.Sweet Adeline --
5.David Bowie --
6.Sleeping Monkey --
7.Rocky Top --
8.Ya Mar --
9.Split Open and Melt --

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Phish: Trey Anastasio, Jon Fishman, Mike Gordon, Page McConnell.
The 12th in this historic collection of live two-track recordings taken from the band's mixing desk is, as you'd expect, heavily jam-centric, featuring Trey Anastasio's fiery, Robert Fripp-influenced guitar histrionics and some high-octane tempos, resulting in a resemblance to a somewhat more rock-oriented Mahavishnu Orchestra. In contrast "The Lizards" is a sweetly lyrical Brazilian-flavored excursion around Anastasio's fretboard, and the down-tempo ballad "Strange Design" carries distinct echoes of early-'70s Pink Floyd.
Throughout, Anastasio is the star, displaying the kind of guitar expertise that's doubtless launched countless Saturday morning guitar heroes at the local music store, while the band delves deep into the unexplored jazz-rock territory typified by the set-closing "David Bowie." The band's confidence had obviously blossomed by the time of this confident set, which captures the Phish/Anastasio phenomenon in full musical bloom, and finds it skillfully melding its well-known eccentricity and musical smarts in one smooth package.
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