Concert Vault

Phish Covers in Reverse

By: Concert Vault

20 songs / 1:59:17

  1. 1 Robert Palmer / Sneakin' Sally Through The Alley 04:36
  2. 2 David Bowie / Life On Mars? 04:12
  3. 3 The Who / Drowned 10:07
  4. 4 Talking Heads / Cities 03:33
  5. 5 Lou Reed / Rock & Roll 06:56
  6. 6 The Rolling Stones / Happy 03:22
  7. 7 Edgar Winter / Frankenstein 08:20
  8. 8 AC/DC / Highway To Hell 03:27
  9. 9 Little Feat / Fat Man In The Bathtub 05:29
  10. 10 Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys / Uncle Pen 02:43
  11. 11 Taj Mahal / Corinna 02:02
  12. 12 Kathy Mattea / Timber 03:16
  13. 13 Cream / Crossroads 04:03
  14. 14 Manfred Mann's Earth Band / Quinn the Eskimo (The Mighty Quinn) 13:30
  15. 15 Argent / Hold Your Head Up 09:14
  16. 16 The Allman Brothers Band / Whipping Post 11:57
  17. 17 Traffic / Light Up Or Leave Me Alone 09:24
  18. 18 Jimi Hendrix Experience / Fire 04:55
  19. 19 Dizzy Gillespie / Manteca 05:29
  20. 20 Roger Cook / Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress 02:42
Description
Since their inception in 1983, Phish has accumulated a staggering number of cover songs in their expansive repertoire. This Phish Covers in Reverse playlist presents a selection of those tunes performed, in most cases, by the original artists, although some of the more traditional ones like 'Corrina,' 'Timber,' and 'Crossroads' are interpretations, and, as mentioned at the beginning of the Manfred Mann track here, "Quinn the Eskimo" is a Dylan song. On a personal note, I can't thank Phish enough for turning me on to so much great new music since I started listening to them in high school (and also thanks to Mr. Cheapo's of Mineola, NY for having the tapes). I first heard of many of the artists on this mix thanks to Phish's covers (including "Sneakin' Sally," the opener at my first show), and became interested in exploring bluegrass, jazz, and funk because of them as well. Here's to whatever's next....
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Since their inception in 1983, Phish has accumulated a staggering number of cover songs in their expansive repertoire. This Phish Covers in Reverse playlist presents a selection of those tunes performed, in most cases, by the original artists, although some of the more traditional ones like 'Corrina,' 'Timber,' and 'Crossroads' are interpretations, and, as mentioned at the beginning of the Manfred Mann track here, "Quinn the Eskimo" is a Dylan song.

On a personal note, I can't thank Phish enough for turning me on to so much great new music since I started listening to them in high school (and also thanks to Mr. Cheapo's of Mineola, NY for having the tapes). I first heard of many of the artists on this mix thanks to Phish's covers (including "Sneakin' Sally," the opener at my first show), and became interested in exploring bluegrass, jazz, and funk because of them as well. Here's to whatever's next....