Rolling Stone lists A Live One among the "best 25 live albums".
Mike Rowe has revised a collection of scans Phish posters he collected 1989-1990. The collection was originally on the Brown U. server Netspace that Lee Silverman set up circa 1991 to house the original Phish.net files. At some point, that server disappeared and Rowe's site went with it. Now... it's back!
Reunion NYE in Dubai? No. Is it funny? Kinda.
Winonans writer Brandon Rompa suggests that Phish, like other jambands, "gives listeners the illusion of musical freedom and explosive creativity when it is actually just sound flowing aimlessly." Editorial comment: Rompa is either confusing free jazz (which lacks any structure whatsover) and the band-wide transitions of jambands, or is simply ignorant about the latter.
The Mockingbird Foundation has announced a Phish Reunion Fund. Celebrate your hopes of a return, while supporting music education for kids!
Okay... Only a small mention, and it was mostly the alliterative opportunity that appealed, but... Live Phish is mentioned in a Paris post to the International Herald Tribune about "anti-MP3 audiophiles".
Good for a chuckle - and/or a sigh...