Phish Releasing Great Woods 1994 Audio Including ‘Gamehendge’ Performance

By Nate Todd Aug 20, 2020 2:46 pm PDT

Phish announced audio from their July 8, 1994 concert at Great Woods in the Boston area is headed for an online release via LivePhish. The show — which included the fifth and final performance of Trey Anastasio’s The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday (aka Gamahenge) epic — will hit LivePhish tonight at midnight ET.

SiriusXM’s Phish Radio will also air the show before it pops up on LivePhish at 9 p.m. ET and video of the concert was recently broadcast on Dinner And A Movie. The show kicks off with “Llama” which led into the second-ever “NO2” which in turn melted into the narration of The Man Who Stepped Into Yesterday beginning with “The Lizards” before heading through Gamehenge classics like “Tela,” “Wilson,” “AC/DC Bag” and “The Sloth” with Trey narration peppered throughout. The Gamhenge set would come to a close with “The Divided Sky.”

The second set was no slouch either and contained top-shelf versions of “Reba” and “Stash” (the rendition would later appear on Phish’s A Live One) as well as a stellar “You Enjoy Myself” > “Frankenstein” > “You Enjoy Myself” section toward the end of the second set. “Golgi Apparatus” would close out the final frame while an encore closing “Cavern” would bring the evening to its conclusion.

Tune in to the show tonight at 9 p.m. ET on SiriusXM’s Phish Radio or check it out after midnight ET on

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