Amsterdam - Phish

Amsterdam

Phish

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2015-06-12
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 49

  • ℗ 1997-2015 Phish

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Soul Shakedown Party Phish 4:49
2
Divided Sky Phish 13:32
3
Wilson Phish 4:44
4
My Soul Phish 5:13
5
Guyute Phish 10:13
6
Timber (2/17/97) Phish 7:05
7
Billy Breathes Phish 6:56
8
Llama (2/17/97) Phish 4:02
9
Bathtub Gin (2/17/97) Phish 13:03
10
Golgi Apparatus Phish 4:57
11
The Squirming Coil Phish 10:17
12
Down With Disease (1) Phish 18:18
13
Carini Phish 21:26
14
Taste Phish 6:34
15
Down With Disease (2) Phish 1:24
16
Suzy Greenberg Phish 6:19
17
Prince Caspian Phish 8:17
18
Sleeping Monkey Phish 5:56
19
Rocky Top Phish 3:11
20
Ghost Phish 22:26
21
Horn Phish 4:06
22
Ya Mar Phish 10:00
23
Limb By Limb Phish 12:43
24
Ain't Love Funny Phish 4:44
25
Saw It Again Phish 7:08
26
Dirt Phish 4:29
27
Reba Phish 17:21
28
Dogs Stole Things Phish 5:25
29
Fish Keyboard Jam Phish 3:18
30
Timber (7/1/97) Phish 8:16
31
Bathtub Gin Phish 14:32
32
Cities Phish 24:37
33
Loving Cup Phish 6:07
34
Slave to the Traffic Light Phish 12:29
35
When the Circus Comes Phish 5:27
36
Mike's Song Phish 10:15
37
Simple Phish 12:03
38
Maze Phish 13:49
39
Strange Design Phish 3:21
40
Ginseng Sullivan Phish 3:25
41
Vultures Phish 6:18
42
Water in the Sky Phish 2:47
43
Weekapaug Groove Phish 13:39
44
Stash Phish 30:47
45
Llama (7/2/97) Phish 5:39
46
Wormtown Jam Phish 7:15
47
Wading in the Velvet Sea Phish 8:15
48
Free Phish 12:45
49
David Bowie Phish 16:11

Reviews

  • Badassness

    5
    By vatorman809
    Man, they were really on top of their game that year. That's the year when Phish found their phunk!
  • FAAAAN-Tastic

    5
    By jj.b.jj
    This collection is superb. Every single song is worth five stars. The best Reba, the DWD does not disappoint I might want to tell the guy in charge of mixing the album to wake up at a few points, but I will not ding this for such mistakes (only a few times was I snapped out of my groove with harsh transitions). One wish would have been a great Page piano-driven proper Harry Hood jam (my favorite, especially the performance of it from their 2/24/03 show, and included in many a setlist over the years), and how I wish that more flavors of the blues jam Corinna was something I could find outside of a few tapings and a bit of Phish’s live music shop… Regardless of there being no flavor of my favorite being included with this, it is worth every cent and every second spent. If you’re debating, go with the “I’ll get it” side and you will love it.
  • Transcendental Jams

    5
    By PCUTHB
    Simply put: these shows are insanely good. The jams are transcendental and clearly show the improvisational genius of this band.
  • Best band ever!!!!!

    5
    By lisare101
    Love these four musicians! If you have a chance to see them live DO IT!
  • A Good Crunchy Representative of '96

    5
    By BobPine
    This collection captures Phish right as the band is ascending to it's apex--creatively and culturally--as a band ('97 and '98 were just relentlessly awesome, culminating of course at Big Cypress on NYE 99...and maybe some of that 2000 tour as well). The jams on this set are focused and funky, Cactus is dropping as many bombs as he has in his arsenal and Trey...good heavens, the guy is able to do whatever he wants with his guitar. It's remarkable. Page has more than a few standout moments as well and even Fishman ups the ante here and there (he's Fishman, he's serviceable). The band is clearly having fun, a staple of a good Phish show, and it makes you long for those halcyon days of peak Phish 1.0. Alas, we won't ever see that band again, and the one kicking around now isn't such a bad substitute (I get sick of the hater critic "phans" as much as anyone). They don't tour nearly as much, they don't practice together much anymore-by their own admission. In '96, only Trey had a (young) family. Now they all do. The other elephant in the room of course is that Trey is now famously anti-drug/hardcore sober. He wasn't then, and it's not a bad thing. It's a part of what Phish is, whether you like it or not. There isn't any darkness to be heard either. Just four dudes being the absolute best they can be. I'm glad we can listen back.