Golden Age

, comment by subfloor , attached to 2019-07-13
subfloor This is still one of my favorite covers that the band does...Sandwiched in between a pretty strong Ghost and a Great BOTT it may get a little lost, but this version is still solid. Looking over and seeing the smile on my son's gf's face even though she wasn't familiar with the song helped make this one a little more special for me.
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2018-10-19
n00b100 There ain't a lot of jams in ANY era (and even fewer in this one) that reach the places this sucker reaches, *especially* that remarkable segment where Fish catches onto that jittery, spidery groove and the band approximates a Caution Jam by Those Other Fellas for a few minutes. The rolling waves of effects at the end, reminiscent of the infamous IT Waves, is also very cool (if, perhaps, there to pad the jam length a tad). Probably my favorite jam of 2018, a year that didn't lack for top-level jams.
, comment by TanasRoot , attached to 2016-10-28
TanasRoot Doogie Howser opening theme tease from Page at 7:32!!!!!!!
, comment by gankmore , attached to 2016-10-28
gankmore Ka-pow! Up there with the Tahoe tweezer in my absolute favorite jams I ever saw.
, comment by SidewayJill , attached to 2016-10-28
SidewayJill tightttttttttttttttttttttttt
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2016-10-28
n00b100 One of those jams that just barrels like a freight train through every single possible point that you'd think they would end the jam (before the actual end of the jam, of course); there's playing major-key hose, and then there's slamming your foot on the gas pedal and continually one-upping yourself in terms of sheer balls-out rock from start to finish. An all-timer jam from the first show of an all-timer run.
, comment by Timbereba , attached to 2016-10-28
Timbereba Holy mackerel (phish), whatan unbelievable fresh mega jam with on intensity and director that has become rare. This jam holds up with the best of them.....
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2015-09-04
n00b100 The Golden Age of the year, and certainly the finest since its halcyon tour of Fall 2013, mainly in the way that it blooms and brightens in a very non-Golden Age jam kinda way in the final segment. Yet *another* reason why skipping Dick's 2015 is hazardous to your health.
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2013-10-27
n00b100 As wickedly funky as the Hampton version is wickedly evil. Well worth the listen. I probably underrate 10/27/13, and I really shouldn't.
, comment by ProfPhan , attached to 2013-10-20
ProfPhan Pink, I say, pure pink!!!
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2013-10-20
n00b100 Pure relentless power from the moment they lock into the jam to the moment Trey kicks into Piper. A truly *evil* jam.
, comment by jonnylips , attached to 2013-10-20
jonnylips There are some Shakedown Street teases by Trey in this as well.
, comment by n00b100 , attached to 2012-07-03
n00b100 The final few minutes of this jam dissolve into ambiance so sugary sweet that the CD should come with a toothbrush and a tube of Aquafresh. The October 2013 Golden Ages get the press, but it was a heck of a jam vehicle well before then. is a non-commercial project run by Phish fans and for Phish fans under the auspices of the all-volunteer, non-profit Mockingbird Foundation.

This project serves to compile, preserve, and protect encyclopedic information about Phish and their music.

Credits | Terms Of Use | Legal

© 1990-2019  The Mockingbird Foundation, Inc. | Hosted by End Point Corporation