Readers' Poll: The 10 Best Phish Songs

"You Enjoy Myself," "Fluffhead" and your surprise pick for Number One

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10. "Farmhouse"

Easily the most radio friendly track in the Phish catalog, "Farmhouse" is to the Vermont band what "Touch of Grey" once was to the Grateful Dead: that accessible cut that's universally loved by both diehard and the casual fans. Written and recorded in – what else – a barn, the track's melody borrows so heavily from Bob Marley's "No Woman, No Cry" that frontman Trey Anastasio alludes to the reggae classic with the line "in the farmhouse, things will be all right."

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