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As odd as early Phish sounds to the uninitiated, lots of early Trey songs make sense within their closed worlds. Gordon songs, on the other hand, are eminently non-linear and offbeat. They often begin with a disturbing premise—decapitating someone out of curiosity, for example—sometimes continue with a surreal narrative, and never try to reveal a deeper reason for their own existence. Even more odd, the song ends with a spoken-word line about a character named Bill who used to de album art for fictional Rolling Stones albums…?
Strange, surreal, and non-linear? For a long time, I had no idea what it actually sounded like.
That is, until July 2, in Charlotte. Unexpectedly, the song was performed three more times that year, and has reliably remained in the setlist ever since. Quite a journey for a song that took a year slumber.
As Phish continues to write increasingly accessible material ina few songs remain that remind us just how weird they once were. Everything about this set was special. Phish created a virtual time machine and invited a sold-out MSG audience to travel with them to their earliest days as a band. Search for:.Fuck your face today
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