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Phish - The New Orleans Jam - 1994 Broadcast, Volume Two (Import) (2 LP)

Phish - The New Orleans Jam - 1994 Broadcast, Volume Two (Import) (2 LP)

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View Artist: PHISH
SKU: R7OBHZ-DAR1-00

  |  UPC: 803343247800

4 May 1994 show at State Palace Theatre, New Orleans, LA - Set II and Encore. Carlos Santana did NOT actually play at this show, as it actually states.

  • Format: Vinyl
  • Released: 03/19/2021
  • Unofficial Import Release
  • Broadcast recording

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Tracklist

A1 Run Like An Antelope 10:30
A2 Bouncing Around The Room 3:39
B1 You Enjoy Myself 10:26
B2 Buried Alive / The Landlady 7:33
C1 Julius 6:24
C2 Wolfman's Brother 7:55
C3 Magilla 3:57
D1 Suzy Greenberg 6:35
D2 Caravan 10:11
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Tom Tolbert
Terrible

Sound quality on this recording is terrible.