|Originally Performed By||The Rolling Stones|
|Original Album||Through the Past Darkly (1969)|
Phish have long covered the Rolling Stones, from “Emotional Rescue” to “Loving Cup” to “Sweet Virginia” and then to the unforgettable performance of Exile On Main Street in its entirety on 10/31/09. This popular Stones number has made the Phish stage in fragments but never in its entirety. Pick up 4/12/93 for a “Honky Tonk Women” jam out of “YEM”, 6/30/94 to hear audience member (and musician) Sean Hoppe belt out the lyrics inside “Harpua.”
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