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Phish: Festival 8 Band To Play Last Record Alive
JamBase
JamBase
9/29/2009 12:00 AM

Phish: Festival 8 Band To Play Last Record Alive

Swabeky
Swabeky
9/29/2009 10:00 AM

there a couple Bowie albums to choose from, My money is on one of them.

mythmunky
mythmunky
9/29/2009 10:01 AM

The Yes Album! I've been sayin that for a while!

rp1guy
rp1guy
9/29/2009 10:03 AM

Thank God they dumped Heuy Dickless and Velvet Bummerground. Lennons Plastic Ono band would be interesting but would go over some peoples heads. VH would be cool but that would focus to much on Trey and put the other in the backround, although Eruption would be sick..

rubbersledhead
rubbersledhead
9/29/2009 10:05 AM

Pretzel Logic by Steely Dan would be amazing. Trey would sound great playing the solos on that album.

chidodger
chidodger
9/29/2009 10:05 AM

Bet you it's The Doors.

PimpMCGeorge
PimpMCGeorge
9/29/2009 10:06 AM

Goddamn, Moving Pictures would be quite a treat.

Mr_McDankenstein
Mr_McDankenstein
9/29/2009 10:08 AM

anything but bowie or the dead please.

crowesfan
crowesfan
9/29/2009 10:13 AM

Exile On Main Street, Tonight's The Night, and The Band would all be exceptional choices

crowesfan
crowesfan
9/29/2009 10:13 AM

Exile On Main Street, Tonight's The Night, and The Band would all be exceptional choices

okalrightic
okalrightic
9/29/2009 10:13 AM

the band - brown album would be amazing

snappy
snappy
9/29/2009 10:14 AM

I'm powerless to resist discussions like this. It's the former Amoeba Music employee in me coming out...So, I think they need to leave X, The Ramones, Firehose, The Roots, T Rex and The Minutemen the heck alone. None are in their nature except in faint, passing ways and could be complete train wrecks despite the primo quality of the source material. However, Elton's Yellow Brick Road and Queen's A Night At The Opera would likely be stunning and a superb fit for their scope (and the scope of the event, which the punk stuff doesn't seem to suit...). And on a lighter personal note, I'd delight to hear them tackle Journey's Escape or Duran Duran's Rio both to hear the plaintive outcry of slighted fans who think these bands are beneath Phish AND to then hear the sighs of delight as they explored the quality material on either of these mainstream classics. This whole thing is a great way to stimulate debate about great albums and a great band tackling them. Dig it!

Roos
Roos
9/29/2009 10:16 AM

G n R or The Doors.

rejunkulous
rejunkulous
9/29/2009 10:18 AM

they are going to play the last set ALIVE.... Pearl Jam- Ten.

stumoog52
stumoog52
9/29/2009 10:20 AM

"Last record alive"

Guys, very simple....Bruce Springsteen played the entire "Born to Run" record the other night in Chicago...

Bruce is the last artist to play an album "live"....

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