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On January 26, 1989, Phish played the Paradise Rock Club in Boston.The owners of the club had never heard of Phish and refused to book them, so the band rented the club for the night.For instance, if Anastasio "teased" a motif from The Simpsons theme song, the audience would yell, "D'oh! In 1992, Phish introduced a collaboration between audience and band called the "Big Ball Jam" in which each band member would throw a large beach ball into the audience and play a note each time his ball was hit.
Since then, Languedoc has built exclusively for the two, and his designs and traditional wood choices have given Phish a unique instrumental identity.
Jesse Jarnow's book Heads: A Biography of Psychedelic America details much of the band's early years at Goddard College, including their early relationship with fellow Goddard students Richard "Nancy" Wright and Jim Pollock.
Pollock and Wright were musical collaborators, experimenting with multi-track cassette records to be broadcast on local radio.
Phish adopted a number of Nancy's songs into their own set, including "Halley's Comet", "I Didn't Know", and "Dear Mrs.
Reagan", the latter song being written by Nancy and Pollock.
which depict fictional and misappropriated versions of a Mandan Indian ceremony.