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Some 30 years ago, a band called Phish were cutting their jib in the town of Burlington, VT, playing improvisation-heavy and often whimsical performances at a venue called Nectar’s. The place has become synonymous with Phish’s early career, perfecting a style that has earned them the reputation as one of the best touring bands ever. It was precisely that reputation that inspired Phish to release A Live One in 1995, documenting highlights from their 1994 tours in what was the band’s first ever live album.Last night, that story came full circle, as Pink Talking Fish hit the stage at Nectar’s for a themed performance, playing all of the songs from Phish’s A Live One album mixed in with Talking Heads and Pink Floyd music as well. The opening run of “Bouncing Around The Room > Nothing But Flowers,” followed by “Stash,” “Time” and “Gumbo” pretty much sets the course for the night ahead, weaving the three bands’ music together so eloquently as only PTF can do.The show was highlighted by special guest apperances, starting with percussionist Craig Myers, perhaps best known for his role in Mike Gordon‘s band. Saxophonist Dave Grippo also performed with the band during the first set, as the Big Country Horn player was actually featured on A Live One over 20 years ago! Finally, the talented singer Hayley Jane emerged and performed on “Moon Rocks” and the vocal jam of “You Enjoy Myself,” lending her powerful vocals to the classic songs.Fortunately, taper Keith Litzenberger was on hand to capture the music. Listen to his full recording below, and check out the full setlist beneath it.Setlist: Pink Talking Fish | Nectar’s | Burlington, VT | 3/4/17Set One: Bouncing Around The Room > Nothing But Flowers*, Stash*%, Time, Gumbo*%> Life During Wartime*%, Montana > You Enjoy Myself > On The Run > You Enjoy Myself* > Moon Rocks*%% > You Enjoy Myself%%, Chalkdust Torture*, Have A Cigar > Slave To The Traffic LightSet Two: Astronomy Domine > Wilson > Once In A Lifetime* > Wilson > Another Brick In The Wall* > Tweezer*+ > Burning Down The House*+ > Simple > Run Like Hell > Harry Hood > Big Business*, The Squirming Coil > Something++ > The Squirming CoilEncore: Tweezer Reprise**w/ Craig Myers on percussion%w/ Dave Grippo on saxophone%%w/ Hayley Jane on vocals+w/ Possum tease during intro++Solo piano and vocals in the middle of Coil solo. 1st verse only[Photo via Capacity Images from NYC 12/30/16] read more