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Grateful Dead related groups play Phish

The Grateful Dead did not play any Phish songs. However since the 1990's members of the Grateful Dead have performed with members of Phish and have performed a number of Phish songs in various settings.

For the purposes of this page a Phish song is a song written or co-written by a member of Phish.

This page documents 25 Phish related songs that have been performed by members of the Grateful Dead.

46 Days

46 Days was performed by Phil Lesh and Trey Anastasio in 2006.

The song was originally released on the Phish album Round Room.

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Arabian Wind

Arabian Wind, co-written by Mike Gordon, was performed by the Rhythm Devils and the Mickey Hart Band.

The song has only been released on a Rhythm Devils DVD.

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Back On The Train

Back On The Train was performed by Phil Lesh and Trey Anastasio in 2006.

The song was originally released on the Phish album Farmhouse.

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Car Carrier Blues

Car Carrier Blues was performed by Bill Kreutzmann, Steve Kimock and Mike Gordon in September 2007.

The song was originally released on the Mike Gordon / Leo Kottke album Clone.

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Chalk Dust Torture

Chalk Dust Torture was performed Phil & Friends in 1999, Bob Weir sitting in with Phish in 2000, SerialPod in 2005, and Billy & The Kids in 2014.

The song was originally released on the Phish album A Picture Of Nectar.

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Character Zero

Character Zero was performed by Bill Kreutzmann when sitting in with Phish in 2009.

The song was originally released on the Phish album Billy Breathes.

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Down With Disease

Down With Disease was performed by Phil Lesh & Friends.

The song was originally released on the Phish album Hoist.

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Drifting

Drifting was performed by Phil & Trey in 2006.

The song was originally released on the 2002 Trey Anastasio solo album.

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First Tube

First Tube was performed by Bill Kreutzmann when sitting in with the Trey Anastasio Band in 2008.

The song was originally released on the Phish album Farmhouse.

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Ghost

Ghost was performed by Phil Lesh & Friends and by Phil & Trey in 2006.

The song was originally released on the Phish album The Story of the Ghost in 1998.

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Miss You

Miss You was performed by Bob Weir sitting in with Phish in 2016 and by Bob Weir and Trey Anastasio during the 2017 Campfire Tour.

The song was originally released on the Phish album Big Boat.

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Plasma

Plasma was performed by Phil & Trey in 2006 and by Phil Lesh & Friends with Trey Anastasio in 2007.

The song was originally released on the Trey Anastasio album Plasma.

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Prince Caspian

Prince Caspian was performed by Phil Lesh & Friends.

The song was originally released on the Phish album Billy Breathes.

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Sample In A Jar

Sample In A Jar was performed by Phil Lesh & Friends.

The song was originally released on the Phish album Hoist.

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Seven Below

Seven Below was performed by Bill Kreutzmann when sitting in with Phish in 2009.

The song was originally released on the Phish album Round Room.

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Shine

Shine was performed by Phil & Trey in 2006 and by Phil Lesh & Friends with Trey Anastasio in 2007.

The song was originally released on the Trey Anastasio album Shine.

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Sleep Again

Sleep Again was performed by Phil & Trey in 2006.

The song was originally released on the Trey Anastasio album Shine.

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A Song I Heard The Ocean Sing

A Song I Heard The Ocean Sing was performed by Phil & Friends.

The song was originally released on the Phish album Undermind.

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Traveled Too Far

Traveled Too Far was performed by Bill Kreutzmann sitting in with Mike Gordon in 2008.

The song was originally released on the Mike Gordon album Green Sparrow.

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Twist

Twist was performed by the Rhythm Devils in 2006.

The song was originally released on the Phish album Farmhouse.

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Undermind

Undermind was performed by Bill Kreutzmann when sitting in with Phish in 2009.

The song was originally released on the Phish album Undermind.

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Waves

Waves was performed by SerialPod in 2005. It was also performed by Bill Kreutzmann when sitting in with Phish in 2009.

The song was originally released on the Phish album Round Room.

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The Wedge

The Wedge was performed by the Rhythm Devils in 2006.

The song was originally released on the Phish album Rift.

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Weekly Time

Weekly Time was performed by Bill Kreutzmann, Steve Kimock and Mike Gordon in September 2007.

The song has probably only been released on Mike Gordon concert recordings.

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Wolfman's Brother

Wolfman's Brother was performed by Phil Lesh & Friends.

The song was originally released on the Hoist album.

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Last updated March 2020