The Phish Companion: A Guide to the Band and Their Music

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Backbeat Books, 2004 - Music - 898 pages
4 Reviews
(Book). Now in a second edition with many, many updates and additions, this book is simply the most comprehensive, accurate and thought-provoking reference ever published on Phish the quirky rock group that rose from the college scene to become the single most popular touring band in the U.S. Thousands of fans helped develop this book, contributing detailed set lists, show reviews, song histories, and more via the Internet. Incorporating unreleased information plus fact-checking from official band sources, this intimate guide also offers interviews with key Phish figures, complete discographies, essays, photos, a topical index of lyrics, and lots of fun Phish facts. 898 pages! "The most amazing compendium of facts about a single musical group published to date." San Francisco Chronicle

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User Review  - Elizabeth - Goodreads

I guess i will have to describe this one as "read" even though it is one of those "ongoing book projects". Read full review

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User Review  - Patrick Chappell - Goodreads

One of the most consulted books on my shelf! Along with detailed setlists and the song encyclopedia, the Companion has jamming charts and best-of reviews -- terrific for working on your live collection. Read full review

About the author (2004)

The Mockingbird Foundation benefits charity on behalf of Phish fandom. Foundation proceeds from this book support music education for children through a competitive grants process that has disbursed nearly a quarter of million dollars. It is based in Moorpark, CA.

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