Backwards Food For Backwards Folks

ThunderBurn on October 17, 2011 13:04

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    Mike and Trey in the studio create an awesome version of a song that Trey and I wrote a long time ago...this came out on an unofficial leaked project called "Flotsam Five" -- this wasn't a Phish release or anything, and no one knows anything about it -- but it had a compilation of interesting songs.

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    • Jamie Sweet
      Jamie Sweet at 2.54 on March 23, 2012 03:05

      I love how haunting this song is

    • SamWeber
      SamWeber on February 16, 2012 02:25

      I'm so glad this song is now more readily available to the public. I first heard it a long time ago, and it has since become one of my favorite songs.

    • anniepletz
      anniepletz on October 19, 2011 23:15

      tom, thank you so much for sharing these tracks!!!
      it's so fun to listen to them!!
      like little surprises in the midst of an ordinary day.
      i wish i could send you something magic back.
      (in return for all of the magic i have found in your words)

    • Byrney
      Byrney on October 19, 2011 16:50

      Could have been EMPTY HOUSE too....I forget...but I know this music (almost exactly as its played here) is on 18 steps.

    • Byrney
      Byrney on October 19, 2011 16:48

      I believe this did indeed end up on an official Trey release. The lyrics changed a bit....but I think he titled it "ROSE ALONE" and it appears on 18 STEPS.

    • Jonathan Fitch
      Jonathan Fitch on October 19, 2011 03:39

      great tune...glad to get to hear it...

    • glenesis
      glenesis on October 19, 2011 00:03

      The crickets are awesome :-)

    • glenesis
      glenesis on October 19, 2011 00:02

      This is gorgeous, Tom. When was it written? When was it recorded?

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