Guyute

Album: The Story Of The Ghost (1998)
  • Soon after Phish went on hiatus in 2000, guitarist Trey Anastasio spent months turning this song into an orchestral piece for the Vermont Youth Orchestra. Vermont is Anastasio's home state.
  • This was finally performed by the Vermont Youth Orchestra in February 2001.

Comments: 5

  • Winfield Jones from North Conway, Nhactually, it's spelled Guyute.
  • John from Santa Cruz, Caits actually spelled Goyute
  • Aashish from Westfield, NjFYI, Trey and Page were born and raised in New Jersey. Trey went to Rutgers Prep till 8th grade and then moved to Vermont. Page on the other hand moved from Basken Ridge, New Jersey to Vermont to go to Goddard
  • Liquid Len from Ottawa, CanadaOne of the stronger songs on 'Story of the Ghost', it starts as a simple piano jingle, builds into a standard Phish jam, with one a very riveting turnaround at the end of the jam.
  • Nick from Shelton, CtI saw it live yo yeah ,, trey rocks ,, and its nice to see him go back to his roots,,His concert was on a farm in Vermont,, some kids from his old high school were there with him,,, phish rocks
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