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This Has All Been Wonderful: A Travel Monologue From Summer 1994: The Year Phish Became Phish Paperback – April 18, 2014
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About the Author
David Steinberg has been seeing Phish since 1989. He graduated from New Mexico State University with a Masters’ Degree in mathematics and used that knowledge to create the Phish Stats website (http://www.ihoz.com/PhishStats.html). In addition to that, he also was a writer for jambands.com since 1998 and was an occasional contributor for Deadbase. As a Jewish mathematician, his flare for obsessiveness comes naturally. Yes, indeed, he blames the system! David currently lives in Seattle with his wife Melissa, and some feline companions. None of them are named Poster Nutbag, and none will ever be. Don’t go there. David sits on the Board of Directors for the Mockingbird Foundation who will be receiving a percentage of the royalties from every book sold.
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Would I recommend this book to another Phish fan? Absolutely (and with highest praise). Would I recommend this book to a person who is not a fan of Phish? Probably. When things are written passionately and have interesting stories, typically they translate well across different fandoms. Every person in life has their own individual fanaticism in pop culture (sports teams, music, movies, etc) and the stories can transcend those individual genres to a more universal appeal. I feel this book does that.
My only request is to offer an expanded edition with more personal stories. These kind of tales are invaluable in creating a picture of what these kind of tours are like that later fans and newer fans will never get to experience.
More Phish books please!
Glad to hear a first hand account like this which surprisingly has almost no mention of the evils of the scene ie: selling drugs to finance travels.
If I were friends with the author back in the early 90's we would have been good thrifty tour partners.