LivePhish, Vol. 11 11/17/97 (McNichols Sports Arena, Denver, CO) - Phish

LivePhish, Vol. 11 11/17/97 (McNichols Sports Arena, Denver, CO)


  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2009-03-17
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 16

  • ℗ 1997 2009 Who Is She Music, Inc.


Title Artist Time
Tweezer Phish 18:00 USD Album Only
Reba Phish 14:09 USD Album Only
Train Song Phish 3:37 USD 1.29
Ghost Phish 21:24 USD Album Only
Fire Phish 5:25 USD 1.29
Down With Disease Phish 16:18 USD Album Only
Olivia's Pool Phish 2:18 USD 1.29
Johnny B. Goode Phish 5:02 USD 1.29
Denver Jam Phish 12:01 USD Album Only
Jesus Just Left Chicago Phish 14:06 USD Album Only
When the Circus Comes Phish 5:14 USD 1.29
You Enjoy Myself Phish 23:09 USD Album Only
Character Zero Phish 7:45 USD 1.29
Wolfman's Brother (11/19/97) [ Phish 28:21 USD Album Only
Makisupa Policeman Phish 10:51 USD Album Only
Saw It Again Soundcheck (11/16 Phish 5:50 USD Album Only


  • Fun show

    By Bone 420
    Olivia's pool is actually oblivious fool, great show I was there. Might be the best Ghost ever.
  • Fall '97

    By Rad41
    Epic tour, epic show. Super funky and tight. Underrated Reba - Trey flubs the beginning but soars into this melodic jam toward the end that is emotional and breathtaking. Definitely one for the collection.
  • Fantastic show!

    By chrishickie
    Just purchased this show and it is by far the best Live Phish release I have ever heard. Obviously Fall '97 was one of the high points for the band and some of their best stuff was put out during that time frame. This is a great example of the complexity of what the band does and the versatility that they bring to the table. Obviously great first half hour to the show (Tweezer and Reba) but Paige's playing in Jesus Just Left Chicago is absolutely on point. Great purchase!
  • the best

    By Buhhhhh guhh
    this is my favorite of the 20 live phish releases. "ghost," "tweezer" both get super funkadelic. seriously, you need to buy this if only to hear this "ghost." then a great second set including a sick johnny b goode that serves as the launching point into the aptly named denver jam. the filler wolfman's>makisupa is nice and long (although it might bore a new phish listener).
  • Great show, best tweezer, fantastic ghost

    jamming to this jem as i write this... hands down best tweezer ever - worth the purchase alone. great set, vocals shaky at points but overall a must have for any phish fan.
  • Tweezer, Reba, & Ghost

    By kingoftrees241
    To the point: BEST TWEEZER EVER. Period. Not to mention the "Reba" is gorgeous, at peak perfection; alongside a particularly strong "Ghost." The entire show is a definite highlight of the late 97 tour, and is a show any Phish fan should consider as one of the best and most unique.
  • amazing!

    By tonyk
    good work itunes on getting this many shows! very cool!
  • Might be the best of the Fall 97 Tour

    By Butchers Blind
    The Tweezer sets the tone for a typically funky Fall 1997 show, which continues through the show. As great as this Tweezer is (and the Reba, "Denver Jam", YEM and Wolfman's>Makisupa filler), this show is all about the Ghost. I think I've heard all of the "great" versions of this song, but this one still takes the prize for me as "Best Ever." There's something for every Phish fan to enjoy in that jam, rock, funk, psychedelia. If you haven't heard it yet, do it now.