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4.76 | 6 ratings | 1 reviews | 50% 5 stars

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Songs / Tracks Listing

Live Phish 20 - 12.29.94 - Providence Civic Center - Providence, Rhode Island
Disc one (75:52)
1. Runaway Jim (9:49)
2. Foam (9:51)
3. If I could (7:20)
4. Split open and melt (11:10)
5. The horse (1:32)
6. Silent in the morning (5:19)
7. Uncle Pen (4:10)
8. I didn't know (3:46)
9. Possum (11:59)
10. Guyute (10:56)

Disc two (73:02)
1. David Bowie (35:41)
2. Halley's comet (5:14)
3. Lizards (10:32)
4. Crackin' Rosie (5:48)
5. Good times, bad times (6:08)
6. My long journey home (3:20)
7. Sleeping monkey (6:19)

Total Time: 148:54

Line-up / Musicians

- Trey Anastasio / guitars, vocals
- Jonathan Fishman / drums, vocals
- Mike Gordon / bass, vocals
- Page McConnell / keyboards, vocals

Releases information

2xCD Elektra

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PHISH Live Phish 20 ratings distribution

(6 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of rock music(50%)
Excellent addition to any rock music collection(17%)
Good, but non-essential (17%)
Collectors/fans only (17%)
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Review by darkshade
COLLABORATOR Jazz Rock/Fusion Team
5 stars This is one of the best Live Phish albums. As the last one (so far) in the series, this is an excellent finale. Guyute, my god, is sooo much better than the studio, not that its bad at all, but this one just rules. they play so fast and the climax is just great, playing the main melody an octave up second time around.

David Bowie is just ridiculous. Over 35 minutes of magic, basically. The band just has this way of stretching a song without it ever getting boring.

The Lizards isnt the best version here (that would be on MSG New Years 95) but is still great as is the song. That closing melody at the end gets me everytime, so melodic.

Their rendition of Led Zeppelin's "Good Times Bad Times" is not bad, extending the song a bit to make it not a total cover. probably the only downer, but not bad

Besides Live Phish 11, 14 and 16, this is one you must get to fully appreciate the Phish live experience.Their improvisations are always top notch and they put on an incredible performance. Highly recommended, especially if you're a fan of live shows with lots of jams, improvs, tight-ass playing, etc...

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