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First of all, do not read the review by GPDIGGS because he has no idea what he is talking about. The album Ventura consists of two live shows from 1997 and 1998. At the time, Phish had not released The Story of the Ghost album yet. The songs they played in the first set of the 1998 such as Birds of a Feather, The Moma Dance, and Dirt had not been released yet. Those songs were brand new and Trey even says so at the end of My Sweet One. Recently, Phish has also began to play songs new songs that they have never played before such as Garden Party at the most recent New Year's Eve show. The Ventura album is about giving Phish phans more amazing music to listen to, and it is not just some simple money grab scheme. My favorite songs from this show would have to be Halley's Comet, Harry Hood, and the Prince Caspian from the 98 half of the album. You really can't go wrong with any of the songs from this album because Phish was on point in both shows. You can save money by getting it from the livephish website. Do some research and know your phish before you criticize them GPDIGGS.

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Great! LOVE this album and can't wait for summer tour. 🐠


Formed: 1983 in Burlington, VT

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

During the early '90s, Phish emerged as heirs to the Grateful Dead's throne. Although their music was somewhat similar to the Dead's sound -- an eclectic, free-form rock & roll encompassing elements of folk, jazz, country, bluegrass, and pop -- the group adhered more to jazz-derived improvisation than folk tradition. Moreover, they sported a looser, goofier attitude; after all, their drummer regularly played a vacuum during their concerts. However, Phish's main claim as the inheritors to the Dead's...
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