This Has All Been Wonderful: A Travel Monologue from Summer 1994, the Year Phish Became Phish

This Has All Been Wonderful A Travel Monologue from Summer the Year Phish Became Phish was part of an era before cell phones and ubiquitous Internet Trying to escape the oppressive New Mexico heat David ZZYZX Steinberg spent that summer driving around the country seeing a band Phi

  • Title: This Has All Been Wonderful: A Travel Monologue from Summer 1994, the Year Phish Became Phish
  • Author: David Steinberg
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1994 was part of an era before cell phones and ubiquitous Internet Trying to escape the oppressive New Mexico heat, David ZZYZX Steinberg spent that summer driving around the country seeing a band Phish was at a turning point in their career, still playing clubs and small theatres, but about to break into mainstream popularity From Las Cruces to Vancouver, Canada, bac1994 was part of an era before cell phones and ubiquitous Internet Trying to escape the oppressive New Mexico heat, David ZZYZX Steinberg spent that summer driving around the country seeing a band Phish was at a turning point in their career, still playing clubs and small theatres, but about to break into mainstream popularity From Las Cruces to Vancouver, Canada, back to New Mexico and across the nation to Trenton, New Jersey, David saw twenty six Phish concerts that summer Bringing the wry sense of humor and random digressions that have made his daily Phish Stats Facebook updates a favorite of veteran fans and newbies alike, this book details the journey he took in the summer of 94 Between pointing out the best rest stop locations and explaining how to accidentally infuriate the band that he loves, ZZYZX brings the richness of tour to life If you ve ever wondered why someone would pack up their car with nothing but a tour calendar and a few cases of soda to sell, come along for the ride There s always room for one .

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    845 thoughts on “This Has All Been Wonderful: A Travel Monologue from Summer 1994, the Year Phish Became Phish

    • David Steinberg aka ZZYZX aka The Timer recounts his experiences touring with Phish in 1994 as they evolve from a small-time club band to the arena-filling powerhouse we know and love today. I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone with just a passing interest in Phish or music history - there is full-on nerddom happening here. Chapters are broken up by specific shows on the run, and Steinberg intersperses stats, song descriptions and personal stories throughout. It can read a bit slow, but ther [...]


    • I spent way too much time during college on David Steinberg's website. His passion is infectious. I bought the book after hearing him interviewed on hfpod and loved it. It's amazing to me that you used to be able to road trip around the country on a shoestring budget and that there was a band worth seeing almost nightly that charged about $10 per ticket. I wish he'd added some more personal details and anecdotes The lack of pretension was refreshing.


    • Closer to a high-ish 3 than a low-ish 4. ZZYZX is legendary and this is a nice insight into his world in 1994. Hard to tell sometimes if he is joking or if he is oblivious to his tone. I suspect a bit of both at different times. Much more concrete text than A Tiny Space to Move and Breathe but the musical discussion is super inferior. A book mixing both would be great.






    • Love Phish and really wanted to like this book, but the writing is all over the place. It just isn't put together well, jumps all over the place, and frankly just isn't very interesting.



    • Not particularly well-written with entirely too many detours to non-Phishy realms. Still, it got me excited about the shows this summer!


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