, comment by Corio3 , attached to 2022-12-29
Corio3 It's stuff like this that I will never grow tired of this band.
, comment by treyforda , attached to 2022-08-19
treyforda According to Trey, this is his grandmother’s favorite Phish song. She is under the impression that the lyrics are “Pasta” instead of “Possum”
, comment by kipmat , attached to 1993-07-29
kipmat The jam begins with Trey plucking his guitar strings between the bridge and tailpiece of his Languedoc, and there is also some PA feedback, followed by a loud pop, which was probably the crew fixing an issue with the PA. From there on out, I agree with @Culture_Czar - Trey wields his guitar like a flaming sword and leaves utter devastation in his wake.
, comment by Culture_Czar , attached to 1993-07-29
Culture_Czar Trey just shreds the mess out of this version. Really worth a listen.
, comment by chillwig , attached to 1993-04-30
chillwig Lazy tease from Trey as they are coming out of the last solo.
, comment by kipmat , attached to 1990-11-08
kipmat November '90 is a good era for Possum, as the band is playing the song almost nightly and getting slightly more experimental with the intro. The guitar solo is almost archetypal Machine Gun Trey, with trilling right out of the gate, then a classic straightforward build with nary a flubbed note to be heard. This version isn't as noteworthy as those that made the jamming chart from this period, but if you love hearing the 'doc pushed through a pair of Tube Screamers, 11/8/90 will do the job :)


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