|Originally Performed By||Led Zeppelin|
|Original Album||Led Zeppelin (1969)|
Phish had an affinity for Led Zeppelin covers in the late-eighties, trying a handful of them on stage but only sticking with “Good Times Bad Times” for any extended period. “Dazed and Confused,” one of Zeppelin’s early anthems, made it to the Phish stage on one known occasion, following a novice “Split Open and Melt.” Coming nothing near the rock majesty of the epic Song Remains the Same version, Phish’s rendition is, as always, worth discovering for novelty value.
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