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Complete Studio Albums Collection
Live At Keystone Volume II
The Jerry Garcia Collection, Volume 1: Legion of Mary
Legion of Mary
The White Tape
Phish is a self-produced album released by the American rock band Phish on cassette in 1986. Often cited as the first Phish "album", The White Tape was originally a collection of original material that the band used as a demo/sample tape for venues, and was sometimes labelled "Phish" or simply "Demo". The album was widely circulated among Phish fans for more than a decade before being officially released in 1998.
The album was created from four-track recordings over a period of three years and includes a number of outside musicians performing on various songs. Only "Alumni Blues", "AC/DC Bag", "Slave To The Traffic Light" and "Dog Gone Dog" have the four band members together. The remaining tracks were recorded separately by various members and blended together to create the finished album.
The White Tape includes an early version of the Phish epic "You Enjoy Myself", performed a cappella with the band members singing the opening guitar lines. The album also contains avant-garde experimental pieces, instrumental passages, electronic noises and studio trickery.
Live at the Warfield Theater
The String Cheese Incident
Carnival '99 is the fourth release and second live album of Colorado-based jam band, The String Cheese Incident. This double album was taken from various live performances throughout 1999.
Keepers of the Flame
Old And In The Way
'Breakdown' is the third live release of bluegrass music by Old & In the Way.
Like the first and second albums, Breakdown was recorded at the Boarding House in San Francisco in October 1973.
Choice Cuts: The Capricorn Years 1991-1999
Choice Cuts: The Capricorn Years 1991–1999 is a 14-song compilation by Athens, Georgia's Widespread Panic. Song selections originated from the albums Space Wrangler, Widespread Panic, Everyday, Ain't Life Grand, Bombs & Butterflies, 'Til the Medicine Takes, and the live album Light Fuse, Get Away. Each album was released on Capricorn Records.
Keller Williams presents Grateful Grass
Rex (Live at the Fillmore) is the thirteenth album by Keller Williams, recorded live on February 8, 2006 at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, Colorado.
The collaborative show features Williams, Keith Moseley and Jeff Austin performing bluegrass versions of Grateful Dead songs. The group performed under the name Grateful Grass.
The album is available only as a digital download only, and was released on April 30, 2008. Proceeds from the album go to the Rex Foundation.
No Doy is the first commercial release by the American jam band moe. through a major label, Sony Music Entertainment. "Spine of a Dog" is a re-recording of a song that originally appeared on the first moe. album, Fatboy and "St. Augustine" is a re-recording of the song from Headseed. Several of the songs on this album, including "Buster", "Rebubula", "Moth", and "32 Things" have gone on to become cornerstones of the band's live-set rotation.
Basque Country Music
Tea Leaf Green
The Grass Is Dead, Vol III: 20 Degrees of Solitude
The Grass Is Dead
Playing In The Sand, Riviera Maya, 2/17/18 (Live)
Dead & Company
Interludes For The Dead (feat. Neal Casal)
Circles Around The Sun
Zero Live - Nothin' Lasts Forever
Overstep is Phish bassist Mike Gordon’s fourth solo studio album, following Moss, The Green Sparrow, and Inside In. It was released on February 25, 2014 on Megaplum/ATO Records.
Gordon and Scott Murawski penned the songs for Overstep during a series of writing retreats in New England. He turned over the producing reins to Paul Q. Kolderie and invited a few new players into the studio, including drummer Matt Chamberlain. Distant industrial noise gradually gives way to lush guitars and welcoming vocal harmonies in “Ether, ” the album opener, while “Jumping” is a rhythmic puzzle box, detailing a series of thoughts that take place in a fleeting 1.5 seconds. "Yarmouth Road", the infectious, reggae-inspired number is already familiar to Phish fans after its debut on the band’s Summer 2013 tour.
Many of these songs promise huge payoffs in a live environment, most notably two plunging grooves that seem capable of bringing a house down. “Tiny Little World” opens with a polite reverie about a fetching woman in a coffee shop, but morphs quickly into pulsing boogie as the narrator is carried away by desire and bravado.
Rosa Lee McFall (Live)
Black Mountain Boys
JamGrass - A Phish Tribute
The Wind At Four To Fly
The Disco Biscuits
The Wind at Four to Fly is a 2006 live release by the trance fusion band Disco Biscuits. It was released on SCI Fidelity on April 18, 2006. It is the second to last album with the original line-up and contains songs from shows recorded between December 27-31, 2004. The vocals, however, were re-recorded in the studio, in single takes to replicate a live performance.
The album's two discs are divided thematically: Disc One contains shorter songs while Disc Two was intended to showcase the band's longer jamming capabilities. "Little Shimmy in a Conga Line" segues seamlessly into "Pat and Dex," resulting in 25 minutes of uninterrupted music.
Nassau Coliseum 5/1/73
The Allman Brothers Band
Steve Kimock Band Live at 07/17/2004
Steve Kimock Band
Where the Beat Meets the Street
Bobby & The Midnites
Where the Beat Meets the Street is the second studio album by Grateful Dead rhythm guitarist Bob Weir and his side-project, Bobby and the Midnites. The album reached number 166 on the Billboard 200.
The Big Wu
Warts and All, Vol. 2 (Live)
Better Left Unsung
Ask The Fish
Ask The Fish is a 1995 live album by Leftover Salmon. It was originally released in 1995, but was reissued once in 1997 by Hollywood Records, and another time in 2001 on Bert Records.
Setlist: The Very Best Of New Riders Of The Purple Sage Live
New Riders Of The Purple Sage
The Truth Within
The Other Ones
From The Ether
Hart Valley Drifters
Crimes Of The Mind
The Dude Of Life And Phish
Crimes of the Mind is the debut album from The Dude of Life, a childhood friend of Phish leader Trey Anastasio and a lyrical contributor to many of Phish's early songs. Phish is the backing band for the entire album.
The album was recorded in 1991 but wasn't released until 1994 following Phish's sudden surge in popularity. The Dude of Life performed several of these songs in a live setting with Phish on a number of occasions.
The main riff of "Chalkdust Torture" was used in the song "Self" on this album.
Entertainment Weekly gave it a review, and said it was "inconsequential silliness". It gave it a score of B-.
Songs for Shifra
Tales from the Oregon Trail
Assembly of Dust
Listen to Your Heart
The Other Otherz
The Disco Biscuits
Bird in a House
I Hear You Knockin' 1976 (Live)
Live, Vol. 2
How "Bout You
Yonder Mountain String Band
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