Phish: The Biography Now Available to Order

by Kane on December 1, 2009

Phish: The Biography by Parke Puterbaugh

Phish: The Biography by Parke Puterbaugh

Somewhere in the hustle and bustle of Thanksgiving week I completely forgot that Phish: The Biography was released last Tuesday (Nov. 24th). I just received my copy in the mail and have had a chance to thumb through it, and thought in light of Phish’s amazing thanksgiving weekend, I should post a reminder to order a copy if you didn’t pre-order it.

So far I’ve only had a chance to sneak a peak at the last chapter “Reunion: 2008-2009″ and it doesn’t have many juicy details that die-hard fans didn’t already know, but I imagine there’s a lot more to be found in the chapters concerning “Growing Pains: 1997-2000″ and “Hiatus, Resumption, and Breakup: 2001-2007.”

Anyone who’s had a chance to read it, what did you think?

Amazon.com: Phish: The Biography

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Kane December 1, 2009 at 7:49 pm

Just noticed this review from Amazon, seems to be my inital impressions of the book after thumbing through it:

* * * * 4.0 out of 5 stars “Pretty Good,” November 16, 2009
By marisaleigh (NYC, NY)
“Certainly not an earth shattering tell-all book, but an interesting read that does bring some insight on the dynamics that lead to the bands breakup in 2004. If you are a hardcore fan, you will not likely learn much you don’t already know, but will appreciate some of the commentary from the likes of Tom Marshall, Amy Skelton, Paluska, etc. “

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