Moreover, they sported a looser, goofier attitude; after all, their drummer regularly played a vacuum during their concerts. However, Phish 's main claim as the inheritors to the Dead 's legacy was their approach to their musical career. The band didn't concentrate on albums, dedicating themselves instead to live improvisation.
Band May After nearly three months of nationwide touring, Phish returned home to the northeast in May, to begin recording their third album, A Picture of Nectar. The band was riding in a minivan. In the previous months they had visited many new towns and venues in their second full national tour.
May represents an active time in Phish history with the last shows before the band began recording A Picture of Nectar and their next live appearances in July with the Giant Country Horns see This Month in Phish History, July, The band moved on to the Somerville Theatre in Somerville, Massachusetts for a two-night stand on May 3rd and 4th.
On May 9th, Phish played the intimate Portland Performing Arts Center for a show which was not announced in the newsletter.
On the 11th and 12th, they played their final two shows at The Front in Burlington, Vermont. He did a double take when he saw the patrons and performers, then went about his business of load-in and preparation for the show.
The show got off to a slow start with a power failure during the Chalk Dust Torture opener during which Fish took an impromptu drum solo while the crew scrambled to restore electricity in the venue. The band performed live one more time that month for an outdoor, daytime show at Salisbury School in Salisbury, Connecticut on Sunday, May 19th.
This show played on the Prep-School Hippie theme as the band and audience joked about prep schools of which Salisbury is one and headmasters. This show marked the end of touring for May, and the culmination of a long nationwide tour that left a strong impression on many new fans around the country.
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