Rare Phish Videos From ’91 – ’00 Surface on YouTube

In 2001 Phish announced an innovative live archival series of releases called Live Phish in which they would put out batches of classic shows. Between September 18th, 2001 and May 2003 the group released 20 amazing performances from 1989 to 2000 under the Live Phish moniker as Live Phish Vol. 1 to Live Phish Vol. 20 that are now out of print. Back then, Phish launched a website to promote these releases that contained assorted video clips, audio and photos from many of them.

The video clips run the gamut from the band’s ’94, ’95, ’96 and ’98 Halloween shows to the Buried Alive > Wipeout opener from 14 years ago today (11/27/98) to a portion of the only known Phish performance of Charlie Parker’s Moose The Mooche from the Giant Country Horns tour. After all this time these Live Phish promotional clips have finally made it onto YouTube thanks to TylerPenn. Now, keep in mind these vids were put out way back in the early ’00s when bandwidth was hard to come by, so many are pixelated as hell and the audio is distorted. However, they still give a good look at the footage stuck in Phish’s archives and a view of a number of fine moments in the band’s history. Plus, the Moose The Mooche clip is the best of the bunch – a fun watch for Phish fans.

We’ve compiled a playlist of the 15 Live Phish website clips for your viewing pleasure:

Live Phish Website Videos Playlist

12/14/95 – Makisupa Policeman
8/13/96 – Tube
8/13/96 – Weekapaug Groove
10/31/94 – Don’t Pass Me By
10/31/95 – Free
10/31/95 – I’ve Had Enough
10/31/96 – Reba
10/31/96 – The Great Curve
10/31/98 – Roggae
10/31/98 – Rock And Roll
7/12/91 – Moose The Mooche
11/27/98 – Buried Alive > Wipeout
7/8/00 – Possum
12/14/95 – Bold As Love
7/8/00 – Rock N Roll

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2 thoughts on “Rare Phish Videos From ’91 – ’00 Surface on YouTube

  1. Mr.Marmar Reply

    I’d love to see the complete footage from the Binghamton show. I was there, and my good friend Dan was the cat who made the chess move. That show, from my hometown, was insanely good. I wish they’d play here again!

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