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Phish - Big Boat album download

Phish - Big Boat album download

Big Boat
American Trad Rock,Jam Bands,Alternative/Indie Rock,Neo-Psychedelia
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Big Boat is the fourteenth studio album by the American rock band Phish, released on October 7, 2016 on the band's own JEMP Records label. The album was produced by Bob Ezrin and recorded at The Barn, guitarist Trey Anastasio's studio in Burlington, Vermont.

Hear upcoming albums in their entirety. However, you can still listen with the this site playlist at the bottom of the page. Courtesy of the artist. In a run spanning more than 30 years, Phish has become one of rock's all-time great touring bands, thanks to dynamic live performances full of lengthy improvisations and whimsical antics. But even with 1,600-plus shows under its belt since the 1980s, the Vermont quartet still has detractors, including those who point to Phish's uneven discography.

On Big Boat, the band’s thirteenth album, Phish openly promise salvation from the get-go. In Friends, the dumb-as-rocks, vaguely triumphant opening number, drummer Jon Fishman forecasts the coming of the Lord, descending upon the Earth in some fiery fashion. As an opener, it offers a mission statement not dissimilar to My Morning Jacket’s Victory Dance, an enthusiastic, if overly simplistic song aimed squarely at the already-initiated

Taking inspiration from Noah’s Ark, Big Boat finds Phish creating a sense of togetherness. Drummer Jon Fishman invites the listener along on opener Friends as the titular big boat arrives and takes us to Breath and Burning, where frontman Trey Anastasio lackadaisically describes the apocalypse in the same way Jimmy Buffett describes cheeseburgers

Big Boat is a music studio album recording by PHISH (Prog Related/Progressive Rock) released in 2016 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. 1. Friends (3:42) 2. Breath and Burning (4:20) 3. Home (6:26) 4. Blaze On (4:20) 5. Tide Turns (4:21) 6. Things People Do (1:54) 7. Waking Up Dead (4:15) 8. Running Out of Time (3:32) 9. No Men in No Man's Land (4:59) 10.

Band: Phish Genre: Progressive Rock Country: USA (Burlington, VT) Year: 2016 Audio codec: MP3 Riptype: tracks Bitrate: 320 kbps Playtime: 01:07:37 Tracklist: 0.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Friends Jonathan Fishman Phish 3:43
2 Breath and Burning Trey Anastasio Phish 4:20
3 Home Page McConnell Phish 6:27
4 Blaze On Trey Anastasio / Tom Marshall Phish 4:20
5 Tide Turns Trey Anastasio Phish 4:21
6 Things People Do Page McConnell Phish 1:55
7 Waking Up Dead Mike Gordon / Scott Murawski Phish 4:15
8 Running Out of Time Trey Anastasio / Tom Marshall Phish 3:32
9 No Men in No Man's Land Trey Anastasio / Tom Marshall Phish 5:00
10 Miss You Trey Anastasio Phish 7:02
11 I Always Wanted It This Way Page McConnell Phish 4:29
12 More Trey Anastasio Phish 4:22
13 Petrichor Trey Anastasio Phish 13:33
  • First, I'm a huge Phish Phan. I've been following the band (in many cases, literally) for almost 25 years. So, like many of my brethren, I've come to expect to be disappointed when you combine Phish and the studio. However...Second, I was pleasantly surprised by Joy / Party Time as they were reasonably fun studio dates for Phish. A nice surprise. And...Third, I was in shock that Fuego was as strong an album as it was. I mean, the material is extremely solid, as evidenced by many, many live dates. But, after all, this is Phish and the Studio. Potential "bad juju". So...Fourth, I was really excited to see if the trend would continue. If Big Boat could be the best studio Phish album ever! Well...Fifth, the answer is a resounding NO! Some of the songs are great as live vehicles (e.g. NMINML and Blaze On). And some may get there. But the album is a bust... typical "live band stuck in a lifeless studio" syndrome. I lived this life before many times, so it's not surprising. But...Sixth, happily there is no potential "Touch of Grey" here. That was the worst thing that ever happened to my favorite band ever (excepting, of course, the pre-LP shows from 83-85). So no "Touch-Heads" or "Touch-Phans" from this album. HOORAY!!!