Amfibian1999-02-03.heavy-things

ThunderBurn on August 16, 2012 15:01

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    The first version of Heavy Things...darker than Phish's...heavier really.

    My band Amfibian: Tom Marshall, Scott Metzger, Matt Kohut, Andrew Southern, Peter Cottone, JP Wasicko 1999

    http://phish.net/song/heavy-things/history

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    • 7272Smile
      7272Smile on August 21, 2012 04:39

      I've been waiting for the '70s glam rock' exploratory jam for some time now. Thanks Tom.

    • zachdugan
      zachdugan at 1.02 on August 18, 2012 15:06

      Amazing !! What a great show it must have been

    • The B Plan
      The B Plan at 1.03 on August 17, 2012 02:18

      Where was this Tom?Garwood?Wetlands?

    • nickavv
      nickavv on August 16, 2012 18:01

      Thanks so much for posting this! I heard about it and really wanted to hear it, now I can

    • ThunderBurn
      ThunderBurn on August 16, 2012 15:02

      alternate lyrics:

      stumbling as I run astray
      to a place I cannot stay
      seeking refuge in the night
      I’m quickly turned away

      once I climb the wire fence
      it is too late to repent
      my words are just a jasmine veil
      meant to throw you off the scent

      ‘til I’m brought down on my knees
      taste the soil with my teeth
      from the dust I see a place
      where I’ll find some peace

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