A Live One - Phish

A Live One

Phish

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1995-06-27
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 1995 Elektra Entertainment Group Inc.

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Bouncing Around the Room (Live Phish 4:08 USD 1.29
2
Stash (Live) Phish 12:31 USD Album Only
3
Gumbo (Live) Phish 5:14 USD 0.99
4
Montana (Live) Phish 2:04 USD 0.99
5
You Enjoy Myself (Live) Phish 20:57 USD Album Only
6
Chalkdust Torture (Live) Phish 6:48 USD 0.99
7
Slave to the Traffic Light (Li Phish 10:46 USD Album Only
8
Wilson (Live) Phish 5:07 USD 0.99
9
Tweezer (Live) Phish 30:55 USD Album Only
10
Simple (Live) Phish 4:53 USD 0.99
11
Harry Hood (Live) Phish 15:11 USD Album Only
12
The Squirming Coil (Live) Phish 12:30 USD Album Only

Reviews

  • Excellent

    5
    By JordanChiTown
    The is really the most classic Phish you can hear. One notable thing to notice as this was 94' was that Mike was using his old bass and using his fingers instead of a pick. It makes the bass sound different than later years.
  • Phish at their Best!

    5
    By RufusCo314
    This is the real deal Phish. The greatness they achieved on this album has let them ride the wave of success for the next 20 years. Phish 3.0 is garbage compared to this.
  • Pinnacle

    5
    By NenBre985
    This is Phish at their best. Those were the days. The sound quality is great and you will hear definitive versions of all the best Phish songs on this album. The You Enjoy Myself is incredible.
  • Good versions

    5
    By brianabbott
    If I wanted to get someone into Phish I'd burn them a lot of these tracks maybe some tracks from Junta.
  • A masterpiece

    5
    By mikect
    This album is probably my favorite of all time. Would love to see phish do a modern version (collection of songs from 2012-2014 from live shows) in this fashion.
  • Incredible Modern Music

    5
    By Sunholdtvalley
    If you can get passed the weird/bad lyrics, this is some amazing modern music. Listen in detail to some of those jams. Wow. If I'm introducing somebody to Phish this is one of the first albums I'll show them.
  • A classic

    4
    By Deuce Papa
    Not from the Clifford Ball though. Nice try, iTunes. It's actually a compilation of some of the best renditions of these songs from tour '94. Some songs (like 'Stash' for example) even have different parts from completely different performances spliced together.
  • A live one error?

    5
    By Tloc11
    I was at Clifford Ball in Aug. of '96 and this album came out in '95. So how can a bunch of songs be labeled that they were recorded from Clifford Ball when this Album was released more than a year before the concert? Any answer would be nice.
  • One of the best live shows

    5
    By fjroigheuryt3948752-904w[urqr'
    that Phish has ever done.
  • Must have addition to any Phans library

    5
    By ituned_out_again
    This is a great live album (and the first live album Phish ever releasedd) and has tremendous energy from the great performance by the band to the audience. You can't help but wanting to dance along. Even though the songs are not from the same concert, it's hard to even tell. Great album and one of the many great live albums by Phish. Highly recommended.