Monday 10/17/2011 by Lemuria


Phish lyricisit Tom Marshall has been tweeting up a storm, featuring the release of unheard cuts including the original Backwards Down the Number Line, the original Silent in the Morning, and the original I Am Hydrogen.

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, comment by welikesnow
welikesnow The BDTNL story by Tom is a must read, even though it's a story most of us know. I've been thinking lately about the loyalty Phish and their fans, and Tom's story drives that home. The fact that Trey still writes songs with his childhood friend is pretty special.
, comment by Fitz2001
Fitz2001 I'm more shocked by the Walls = WTC link, changes the whole song for me. Which is nice.
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