Jam Bands

Phish's ten most overlooked jams

Phish, which kicked off its fall tour this past weekend in Virgina, has a body of work large enough to provide fans with endless fodder for "best ever" and "all-time great" arguments. Such discussions often devolve into pointed and passionate debates. It's not that Phish fans are easily agitated or eager to disagree. It's just that they care about the music. A lot. So for those whose zeal for one poignant jam may have caused them to discount another, here's a list of the ten most overlooked Phish jams.

See also: Phish's twenty most interesting covers

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