LivePhish has announced the latest addition to its official catalog: Phish‘s 7/8/94 performance at Great Woods Center for the Performing Arts in Mansfield, MA, featuring the last full performance of the Gamehendge saga.
Fans were recently given a look back in nineteenth episode of Phish’s ongoing archival streaming series, Dinner and a Movie. The show will be available to stream and download via the band’s streaming platform at midnight ET. Ahead of the LivePhish drop at midnight, SiriusXM will broadcast the show in its entirety ay 9:00 p.m. ET.
Tune in tonight at 9PM ET on Phish Radio after Headbands to hear the new Great Woods release before it goes live !! ⚡️💥 https://t.co/alefD2Bkth
— PhishRadio (@PhishRadioSXM) August 20, 2020
Even beyond the Gamehendge saga played during set one on 7/8/94, that evening’s second set produced a number of time-tested highlights. The set featured the version of “Stash” that would end up on 1995’s A Live One, Phish’s first official live LP and the album that turned a whole generation of fans on to the band. The patiently exploding “Reba” jam into “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav” is a prime example of technically proficient ’94 Phish, and the “Frankenstein”-infused “You Enjoy Myself” is about as much of a live Phish highlight as you can hope for on a normal night.
For a succinct breakdown of the Gamehendge portion of the show, revisit our Dinner and a Movie Episode 19 Stream Companion.