Phish capped off their 1996 fall tour with a stop in Las Vegas that soon became legendary for its special appearances (Primus' Les Claypool), covers (from Zappa to Zeppelin) and general wackiness (Elvis impersonators, yodelers). Fans can re-live the experience November 20th with the release of Vegas 96, the fourth title in JEMP Records' series of epic Phish performances, but we've got a sneak peek at "Mike's Song" right here (the limited-edition version of the set includes a DVD and forty-page book of photos and more).
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